Another ARTS ALIVE UNVEILING RECEPTION was a rousing success!The reception that was held Saturday, February 16, 2013 at the former Cabo Grill off Coast Hwy 101 in Leucadia, was attended by close to 300 artists and citizens of the community. Several Encinitas City Council members joined in the countdown to unveil the 101 banners and County Supervisor Dave Roberts and representatives from his office attended for the first time. Once the banners were unveiled, the Auction Guides were in use and the Bid Sheets started filling up with the first of hopefully many "silent" bids. A couple of days later, the Arts Alive Exhibit was enhancing the Coast Hwy 101 drive from Cardiff through Leucadia. The art will hang on the lightpoles until just before the Live Auction on May 26 at Cardiff Town Center. (See Events/Arts Alive link for more information on the Exhibit and Bidding)This 14th year of Arts Alive is brought to you by 101 Artists' Colony, Cardiff 101, and Leucadia 101 with sponsorship by Belmont Village Senior Living, Cardiff Seaside Market, Hansen's and The Coast News Group. Click below for more information. The 101 Artists’ Colony seeks to foster an awareness of all forms of art and encourage the interaction between artists and the community at large. We accomplish this by showcasing music, poetry, dance and theater events, participating in community art projects, and serving as a conduit between the artists and community at large.
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Special thanks to County Supervisor Pam Slater-Price for awarding the 101 Artists' Colony a Community Projects Program Grant to help underwrite the cost of this website.