Press Release: The League of Reston Artists announces the Westin Hotel – Dulles as an ArtsCapade Partner

posted Jul 26, 2010, 12:37 PM by League of Reston Artists Webmaster   [ updated Jul 26, 2010, 12:46 PM by Rudy Guernica ]
The League of Reston Artists announces the Westin Hotel – Dulles as an ArtsCapade Partner
For Immediate Release – for more information contact Cheryl Parsons, artscapade.info@gmail.com or call 703-585-6206
 
The League of Reston Artists welcomes Westin Hotel-Dulles as a business partner for the 2010 ArtsCapade Outdoor Festival planned for October 23rd & 24th at Dulles Station in Herndon.    

The Westin will be hosting a Preview Party the evening of Friday, October 22nd.  This event will feature artists participating in the festival and will be open to the patrons, partners and artists.

Also, the Westin will provide space for the League of Reston Artists to hang artwork in their magnificent lobby and restaurant from September 23rd thru October 22nd leading up to the opening of ArtsCapade.

The Second Annual ArtsCapade – an eclectic fine arts escape will feature juried artists from near and far in all mediums including photography, painting, sculpture, jewelry, fiber art, computer art and “the unusual”.  There will be interactive children’s activities, live music, international foods and a wine and beer garden.

Artist applications available at www.zapplication.org/festivals  (search for ArtsCapade Dulles Station, Herndon, VA).  The deadline is August 11th so apply now.  All the information is available on this website.  The application fee is $35. and there are various arrangements for space rental starting at $395. for a 10x10 space.  Also, tents are available for a fee for artists who require one.

Herndon is a diverse and above national norm community with the average home value of $445,556; and average incomes of $101,369 per household and highly educated with 51.8% attaining a bachelor’s degree or higher.

ArtsCapade and its business partners are committed to a public relations/media campaign to make this exciting event successful and fun for people of all ages. 

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