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Art Drop Day | West Fax Art District

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Hey West Fax District artists!! We would love to see all of you get involved in this. Easy, free & fun!!! Please tag #westfaxdistrict if you drop in the neighborhood!! 
#artdropday #artdropdenver
Feel free to drop your art & clues in the discussion!!!  

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: World Art Drop Day – (First Tuesday in September) – September 5, 2017
Art Drop Day is the brain-child of Jake Parker of Provo, UT. His goal was to help people feel a little more connected to one another and to create random bonds between strangers through the act of creating and giving. World Art Drop Day is the first Tuesday in September of every year. This year’s art drop will occur on September 5, 2017.
Denver Arts & Venues wants to build momentum for Art Drop Day in and around Denver. We are encouraging artists to participate by dropping art throughout the Denver area.
Not an artist? You can participate by watching social media channels and getting out there to find hidden art throughout our great city! Be on the lookout for clues to where you can find artwork such as miniature “Blue Bears” throughout Denver.
You can follow along on Denver Arts & Venues' Facebook page and the World Art Drop Day website. You can also find out where art has been hidden in Denver by searching social media with the hashtag #artdropdenver
For Artists:
Here is how Art Drop works
Register for Art Drop Day Denver – tell us how you plan to participate by filling out the form below
Make art (sculpture, drawing, doodle, painting, cartoon, etc.)
Attach World Art Drop Day info sheet to your artwork
Hide/drop the art in the city where you find yourself on September 5
Take a photo of the art, or the hiding spot, or a combination of both
Post the image, the city it’s dropped in and hints on social media of your choice – use hash tags #artdropday and #artdropdenver
Move on and wait for someone to find your artwork – or hang out, watch and make a new friend!

Later Event: September 8
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