The 6th annual So Small: Miniature Art Show and Silent Auction for OSLP
June 22 • 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm• Free
The 6th annual So Small: Miniature Art Show is a free event and silent auction of donated artwork for the Oregon Supported Living Program (OSLP) Arts & Culture Program. All proceeds will benefit the OSLP Arts & Culture Scholarship Program: providing full and partial scholarships to participants who could not otherwise afford to attend classes, workshops, and/or mentorships at the OSLP Arts & Culture Program.
So Small is a silent auction of donated miniature artwork, an evening of miniature performances, mini prizes, mini foods, and delicious beverages. Buy little art, make a big impact!
The parameters for artwork submitted are as follows: 2D artwork must have an area of no more than 9 square inches. Examples include 3” x 3”, 2” x 4”, and 1” x 9”. 3D artwork must have a volume of no more than 27 cubic inches (about the size of a Rubik’s Cube). In addition, the footprint of 3D artwork must be 4” x 4” or smaller.
Last year, So Small had over 500 pieces of donated miniature artwork to bid on! This year, enjoy Tiny Art, Tiny Prizes, Tiny Food, and Cider from WildCraft Cider Works
Over the last two years we have awarded full and partial scholarships to over 150 individuals for classes in art, music therapy, sculpture, sign language, chair-yoga, and culinary arts, as well as one-time workshops and mentorships.
Sponsors of the event include Imagination International, Inc., Oregon Art Supply, Raven Frameworks, WildCraft Cider Works, and the Pearl Day Spa, who will be providing on the spot mini manicures.
Visit: http://www.artsandcultureeugene.org/so-small.html for more information.
The OSLP Arts & Culture Program’s mission is to break down barriers to participation in the arts for people of all abilities and to build bridges to a more diverse and inclusive community. We offer creative and cultural classes and workshops, exhibitions in our gallery and out in the community as well as facilitating mentorships.
OSLP (Oregon Supported Living Program) enhances the lives of adults with developmental disabilities by providing person-centered residential, vocational and supported living programs with emphasis on the arts and community integration.
Since 1978, OSLP has served adults with developmental disabilities in residential homes, a supported living program, a community inclusion and employment program, and in the Arts & Culture Program. The OSLP Arts & Culture Program was formed in 2012 to create an all-inclusive, creative environment for the people we serve and our greater community.