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Virtual Bad Art Night
April 22, 3:00 pm - April 24, 3:00 pm
Members of local creative organizations Artworks, The Art Academy of Cincinnati, The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, and AGAR have joined forces to promote widespread inspiration with a fun, irreverent event.
On Wednesday, April 22, 2020, the people of Greater Cincinnati are encouraged to join together for a community-wide Bad Art Night. The event uses creativity to spread hope in a time of fear, to create beauty in a time of despair, and to unite our community in a time of isolation.
- For 48 hours, beginning Wednesday, April 22 at 7 p.m., a creative (and inspirational) firestorm will be taking place online—and you’re invited to join! • We’re encouraging YOU to get creative, make your own inspirational art, you’re invited to join!
- We’re encouraging YOU to get creative, make your own inspirational art, and share it with us using the hashtag #UInspireUsAll!
Join us for the kickoff on Facebook Live April 22 at 7 p.m.
How to Participate:
Step 1) Make something (anything) creative that spurs inspiration *There is no limit to the creativity of the presentation – this could be a song, a painting, a photo, a performance, chalk art or 3D art created from recycled household goods.
Step 2) Capture the creative essence of your project in photo, video, or audio format
Step 3) Share your inspirational work with us and we’ll be sure to share with others! Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply post to IG, Facebook, or Twitter and tag @badartvirtual and hashtag #UInspireUsAll
The Rules There are no rules!…..other than you have 48 hours to submit your art! Follow along! Starting at 7pm on April 22 through April 24, we will live share your inspiring creations for all to see! Visifor more information on Virtual Bad Art Night and follow along at @badartvirtual to be inspired!
About Bad Art Night
The idea was sparked when Matthew Dayler and Pam Kravetz, founders of Bad Art Night, were forced to reschedule the formerly-planned social experience to fit a time of national quarantine.
“We wanted to move forward with this project to see how people are being creative and staying inspired during these unprecedented times. I feel that it is important for others to share what is inspiring them even when we are alone,” said Matthew Dayler, Associate Professor at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.
“Creating art together, even when apart!!! Inspiring each other and being inspired by the amazing kindness and resilience of our city (Cincinnati, NKY and beyond) is why we just have to move forward with Bad Art Night!!! I can’t wait to see all the crazy amazing inspiring art, film, songs and silliness that are created!!!” said Pam Kravetz, local artist and educator.