“Ten Days in December”
Artist Days At Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary
Free entrance is being offered to artists, photographers, poets and writers to the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary December 3-12, 2008. In exchange, artists are asked to share their interpretations of the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary and the RAMSAR Wetland with the Sanctuary and the nonprofit organization working to save it.
The Sanctuary’s owner, Peter Allard, has announced that the Sanctuary will close on December 15, 2008.
“Peter Allard asked us to open the Sanctuary so that Barbadian artists can produce expressions and archives for the historical record,” said Harry Roberts, General Manager of the Sanctuary.
Allard supports the arts in North America and Europe.
Announcement: Free Entry announced to Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary for artists, photographers, poets and writers
Period: December 3-12, 2008
Requirements: Entry is for the artist alone, and a release is required allowing the Sanctuary or the Friends of Graeme Hall to use derivative works from the visit to help foster environmental awareness and preservation of the Graeme Hall lands on a non-profit basis. Artists are asked to send photographs on DVD/CD’s to Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary.
The Artist Release can be found HERE, or one can be signed at the Sanctuary.
To obtain a free pass, registration is required. Call the Sanctuary at 435-9727.