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Pink Week- opening art reception
November 4, 2016
6:00 pm
Sacramento
1104 R street

PINK WEEK 2016

Opening art reception:

#firstfridaysacramento

WAL PUBLIC MARKET GALLERY
1104 R ST.
SACRAMENTO CA 95811

6-8pm

FIRST FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 2016.

Pink Postcards from near and far.

“The main purpose of the holiday is to celebrate, observe and commemorate the color pink for pink’s sake. Pink Week is essentially a non-profit art piece with absolutely no political, religious or social agenda other than pink. Please do not confuse pink week tags with pink ribbons for breast cancer awareness or pink triangles representing homosexual identity. During Pink Week, pink just means pink.

Some find pink week a great excuse to be festive and neighborly without the fuss, stress and stigma attached to more traditional holidays. It can serve as a common ground, a way to reach out and participate. It can be a joyful reminder to live in the present.

Lastly, over the years, Pink Week has been, for many, an important educational opportunity. Pink week illustrates the endless possibility of forms “art” can take and that art is indeed accessible, affordable and needed by all in our contemporary culture.” –pinkweek.org

On view all month at 1104 R St.
Open 7 days a week.
walpublicmarket.com

This year marks the 23rd annual pink week. Ruminating upon the number 23, we came across so many possible inspirations, it was Michael Jordan’s number, it’s considered both a “happy” and “fortunate” number, it’s a number related to the birthday paradox, the human sex cell has 23 chromosomes, it is also the sacred number of Eris, the goddess of discord and holds a myriad of meanings in numerology. With all of this in consideration, we’ve come to see 23 as a number both auspicious and uncanny, so our design this year attempts to convey a rather rosy unknown.

PINK WEEK POSTCARD SHOW
WAL Public Market
1104 R Street
Sacramento, CA 94811
Join us for a First Friday opening reception on November 4,
6-8pm.

Last year’s exhibit featured over 200 postcards from across the country and abroad. See the archive here.

To participate:
Media: open, use whatever you want, “pinkness”
Size: postcard size or smaller (A6), 4.25″ x 6″
All work MUST be sent in the mail as a postcard
No fees, no jury, no return, limit one piece per artist

Please label your work with your name, address and website (if applicable)
Keep in mind, WAL Marketplace is a family friendly space. Any work deemed inappropriate will not be exhibited.

Send your pink mail art to:
Pink Mail Art
c/o Tofu
P.O. Box 170681
San Francisco, CA 94117 USA
Please share, share, share with artists everywhere! Deadline Oct 20