Orlando GuitarTown unveils the first of the ten-foot Gibson Les Paul guitar sculptures
Gibson Guitar and the Downtown Arts District unveiled the first of the ten-foot Gibson Les Paul guitar sculptures as part of the Orlando GuitarTown project. The guitar sculpture which was placed at the City Arts Factory in downtown Orlando was painted by regional artist Tattood Bill Roberts over the period of the last few weeks. The guitar sculpture's completion also symbolizes the call for Visual Artists to submit their application and artwork to be considered. The deadline for the visual artists' applications is this Monday, July 14, 2008 at 5pm EDT.
The Orlando GuitarTown project is a celebration of art and music in the city of Orlando and all visual artists who participate will have the opportunity to be publicly recognized through their contribution of art and in all press and promotional materials and campaigns for the project.
Visual artists interested in submitting an application and artwork should download the forms at www.orlandoguitartown.com. All original applications should be mailed or delivered to the Gibson Guitar Entertainment Relations Showroom in Orlando and include a detailed drawing concept using the guitar template provided. Visual artists can submit more than one proposal. Detailed information about the submission process can be found on the official website. No Visual applications will be considered after 5pm EDT on Monday, July 14, 2008.
For more information, please visit www.orlandoguitartown.com
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