Longmont is a partner in hosting a benefit label art exhibition on June 11th


Longmont partners come together to host a label show to raise money for local nonprofits.

Featuring art by labels, the art exhibit will be held Saturday, June 11 from 4pm to 9pm at Left Hand Brewing’s Beer Garden, 1245 Boston Ave. There is live music from the bands Cat Jerky and Parchment Doll and an art auction.

According to a press release from Left Hand Artist Group, proceeds from the event will benefit Homeless Outreach Providing Encouragement, the Longmont Community Foundation and Left Hand Artist Group.

Label art incorporates labels into the design of the piece. The Left Hand Artist Group is looking for artists to contribute label art made from beer labels, cans or other labels for the silent auction. Artists can contribute up to five works per person. All artwork sold requires a minimum donation of 50% to the event. Artists should not use glass in their pieces.

Artists can submit their art in advance at the next meeting of the Left Hand Artist Group on Sunday afternoon in the beer garden. You can also hand in art on the day of the exhibition between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. via the east gate of the venue

The entrance to the event is free. Bracelets for beer and food are $15 each, but if attendees can purchase both for $25. Dining will be provided by Summit Tacos and Main Street Eatery.

Volunteers are needed for the event. Interested parties can register online at signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4ea5a62ba1ffc25-lhag. Volunteers have a choice of a food or beer wristband.

To learn more about the Left Hand Artist Group, visit lefthandartistgroup.org.


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