Proceeds to benefit PARC’s Inspired Arts Program
- PETERSBURG, FL –PARC’s eleventh annual ‘Art in the PARC’ event will be held at the Duke Energy corporate offices on Friday, November 2, 2018. Highlighting artists withintellectual and developmental disabilities, PARC’s ‘Art in the PARC’ offers guests the opportunity to meet the artists, enjoy food and drinks, purchase custom paintings, jewelry, pottery, candles, fabric sculptures and much more.
This free local art show benefits the Inspired Artist Studios at PARC, a program at PARC where artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities can fully express their talents. Dozens of emerging artists with special needs will have their unique pieces of art on display and available for purchase at the event. All artists receive 50% of the proceeds from the sale of their one-of-a-kind creations. There will also be a special performance by PARC’s Inspired Choir starting at 6PM that will take place in the lobby of Duke Energy’s corporate office.
“St. Petersburg certainly embraces its artistic side, and PARC is honored to be a part of such a vibrant and culture art scene”, said Karen Higgins, President & CEO of PARC. Duke Energy, located in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, is hosting ‘Art in the PARC’ once again and PARC is so grateful for their continued support.
Duke Energy is located at 299 1st Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL. For more information on the 11th Annual Art in the PARC event, please contact Mattie Mingst at 727-341-6931 or email@example.com.
‘Art in the PARC’ takes place on Friday, November 2nd from 3pm to 8pm. Admission is free to the public. Learn more about this event on PARC’s website www.parc-fl.org. Sponsorships are still available; please contact Emery Johannes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-341-6962.
PARC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide opportunities for children & adults with developmental disabilities to exercise their independence and experience life to the fullest. PARC provides over 40 programs and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families. Established in 1953, PARC currently serves more than 800 people in the greater St. Petersburg area.