BAGF this weekend


R-H Staff



Peggy Schuning gives Dan Denlinger feedback on his work.


EATON — The Preble County Art Association will host this year’s Bad Art, Good Folk event this weekend. This year’s gala event, Bad Art, Good Folk 2016, will take place on Saturday, April 2, at the Grange, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

The cost for the entire evening of events and a “heavy hors d’oeuvres munchfest,” is $25 per person or $200 per table of nine. Call 456-3999 to make reservations or visit the Visual Art Center at 601 Hillcrest Dr. Eaton.

Payment is requested at theh time of reservation.

This year’s competition and celebration will feature many members of the Preble County community’s artist superstars of tomorrow. The artists/participants this year include, Kyle Hamilton, Lisa Wise, Sheriff Mike Simpson, Steve Maggard, Dr. Earl House, Rev. Dan Denlinger, Becky Morin, Commissioner Rodney Creech, and Debbie Kramer. The instructors/team leaders this year are Patty Emerson, Peggy Schuning, and Robert Coveney.

Good Art, Bad Folk involves local community residents to create a personal piece of art. This friendly competition encourages the artists to get votes, from supporters. The cost to sponsor an artist is $1 per vote. Voters can vote as often as they like. Proceeds benefit the Preble County Art Association to make art available and accessible to the Preble County community. Learn more and vote online at http://vote.takepartinart.net. The PCAA accepts credit cards, cash and checks.

The artists’ pieces will be up for sale at a live auction, hosted by John Kramer. The participant accumulating the most “value” for their work, wins the notability of being BAGF Artist of the Year.

In addition, the PCAA will have a silent auction which is sure to draw attention worldwide, and live music by the Lawson Reunion Band. Adult and kid beverages will be available.

Peggy Schuning gives Dan Denlinger feedback on his work.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_1BadArtTickets.jpgPeggy Schuning gives Dan Denlinger feedback on his work.

R-H Staff

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