Cardboard Ball, Saturday September 28th, Steinfeld Warehouse

September 3, 2013

The Cardboard Ball is a participatory art party, cardboard fueled super dance destroyer. Once a year local artists and the general public are invited to make art and fashions out of cardboard (or any recycled repurposed material) and come together in celebration and support of the creative spirit. All proceeds from the Cardboard Ball pay for the All Souls Procession Workshops. A free workshop series, open to the public that runs through October. Advanced Tickets Go on Sale September 7th at Yikes Toys in Broadway Village, Pop Cycle  on Fourth Ave. and Borderlands Brewery on Toole Ave.DJ’s and Live Music provide the sonic backdrop. Food trucks will be serving up some deliciousness and what better to go with that than a cold dark malty brew made specifically for the Cardboard Ball By Tucson’s own Borderlands Brewery. Perhaps wine is more to your tastes, which we have courtesy of Tucson’s Premier Beer bar, Tap & Bottle. A photobooth will be on hand to document your evening. And Art lots of Art! Over thirty artists are creating 2D and 3D works. Attendees are encouraged to dress up in their own cardboard creations,SO GET CREATIVE!



If you are an Artist, Maker, Creative, or Lunatic and you want to make a piece for the Cardboard Ball, it’s open to everyone who wants to participate. Please inform me that you would like to be part of the fun. Call o Artists is open until September 27th when your cardboard creations have to be dropped off at the Steinfeld Warehouse, 101 W. Sixth Street. Drop off is noon to seven PM.

Participating artists get free admission, though we encourage making a donation since it is a fundraiser.



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Get ready, set GO!

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