Exquisite Corpse Viewing and Raffle
Twelve artists from Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal are participating in this collaborative, surreal game known as the Exquisite Corpse, in which artists draw a top, middle, or bottom portion of the artwork without knowing what the other artists have drawn, and then the three are combined to create an Exquisite Corpse. The resulting works will be exhibited in the Main Gallery during the run of the exhibition.
You have the chance to win one of these unique works of art, each containing the creative efforts of three different artists, an artistic collaboration like you've never seen before!
Raffle tickets will be available to purchase starting June 4 and will be on sale until the drawing on . Tickets are available for purchase through the raffle ticket booth in the plaza for all Summer Stage Concert events. Tickets are also available for purchase - and Sundays at the Arvada Center. Visit the box office or see a Gallery Interpreter to purchase your ticket today.
Ticket buyers must be 18 years of age to purchase a raffle ticket. Tickets must be purchased with either cash or check only; no credit/debit cards will be accepted.
Raffle Ticket Prices
1 ticket for $5
5 tickets for $20
Everyone who buys a raffle ticket will be invited to attend the Exquisite Corpse Party on Saturday, August 29, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Drawing at 7:00 p.m.
You do not need to be present to win. All winners will be notified by mail. All money raised from this raffle will go toward supporting the galleries at the Center, which includes supporting the participating artists.
Help us keep the galleries free by entering to win your own Exquisite Corpse!
Artists John Bonath and Anna Kaye work on their Exquisite Corpse portions. Daryll Peirce, an artist out of California, sent an image of his completed section before he put it in the mail back to us.
|Piece 1||Piece 2||Piece 3||Piece 4|
|Donald Fodness||Daryll Peirce||John Bonath||Peter Illig|
|Evan Mann||Judy Gardner||Scott Fraser||Irene Delka McCray|
|Anna Kaye||Peter Cunis||Jimmy Fike||Paula Peacock|
Artist Daryll Peirce explains his portion of one of 4 Exquisite Corpses