Thank you all (Town of Pekin, artists, judge, purchasers, volunteers, board members, vendors, musicians, everyone that attended and bought original art works) for coming out and supporting a super year for NCAC!
2015 Pekin Days Art Show
June 24th – 28th
FYI: Around the same time every year!
Form Deadline – June 6th
Artwork Delivery - No later than June 17th.
(Judged NOT jurried, misprint)
Judge – Greg Vettel
Eligibility: All Artists Age 18 and older. All work must be for sale and original. See/Download form above.
Pekin Days Art Show if vast approaching. You still have a few days to get your forms in! Artist Reception tickets can be bought through Sue Olson at 701-676-2725 or 701-797-7053. If you are interested in being a purchaser (an exclusive to purchase art) please contact: email@example.com .
Thank you to all who participated in the 2014 Pekin Days Art Show.
We look forward to seeing you next year! See awarded here.
Nelson County Arts Council
PO Box 83
Pekin, North Dakota, 58361
Artist reception – Wednesday June 24 at 6:30PM: You need tickets if MORE than (2) artist and other attending. Contact: 701-296-4410 If no answer, leave a message and she will return call. Thank you.
“Exclusive Purchasers” must be there at 6PM.
If you would like to be a purchaser email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 701-296-4410
– Attention Artists: If your mailing info has changed in the last year. Please give us an update so we are sure to get you important letters.
The Mudbucket band hails from Grand Forks, North Dakota. Member include, Richard McGurran, Tom Johnson, Steve Augustin, Lee Barnum and Dewaine Wakeman.
The band took years to take shape, I guess we are just a collection of musicians that through the years, after filling in with each other for an occasional gig or playing in some other sort of group, we finally got this crazy idea that rather than playing in a Top 40 bands to make money, we should just get together and play music that makes us happy, and surprisingly, it seems to work pretty well.
Our music covers a lot of ground; we love to play early American music, the type of songs that were passed from hand to ear in the fields and minstrel shows of our countries past. In addition to the old music we are more than likely to pass through many decades of popular music and put our own little spin on a tune that you loved from your teenage years, regardless of your age.
In short Mudbucket is out to have fun and to share that fun with anyone who comes out to hear us…. dancing is encouraged!