E=mc2…a JDILLA love story to hip-hop
Presented by the James Dewitt Yancey Foundation, 3rd Eye Promo & East End Studio Gallery
One night only exhibition: Saturday, March 18, 2017/6-10PM/$5 entry
JDILLA was an American record producer and rapper who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip-hop scene. According to his obituary at NPR, he “was one of the music industry’s most influential hip-hop artists”, working with big-name acts including A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, Erykah Badu, The Roots, The Pharcyde and many others.
This exhibition will pay tribute to his memory and contributions to hip-hop music and culture. His mother, Maureen “Ma Dukes” Yancey, will be in attendance for the signing of her children’s book “The life story of James Dewitt Yancey”. Join us as we embrace the artistry of JDILLA and the influence of hip-hop culture in this one night only event! Music by DJ Kool Emdee…The Vinyl Veteran! & DJ Harvey Dent.
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East End Studio Gallery would like to invite artists to submit their works that incorporate the “JDILLA or hip-hop tribute” theme. All mediums are welcome. Work must be reviewed and accepted by the curator. Please email sketches or finished work to email@example.com, please include “JDILLA” in the subject line.
Once approved, you will be sent back payment information. Last day to submit will be Monday, March 13th. Drop off date is Tuesday, March 14th, 6-8pm – NO EXCEPTIONS!
Entry fee to cover hanging & promotion is $20 for 4 pieces (not exceeding 3′X3′), $5 for each additional piece. Gallery will handle all sales and will take a 30% commission. Upon acceptance into the show EESG will email you a contract and instructions for drop off. You can sell prints of work submitted to the show through our East End consignment for 30% commission. They must have plastic sleeves and pricing.
All work must be READY TO HANG. All paper or flat canvas art must be framed with either a single saw tooth hanger for lighter pieces or wired for heavier pieces. All unframed canvas/wood pieces must also have either a single saw tooth hanger for lighter pieces or wired for heavier pieces. Loose art/prints that are unframed on clips or any other type of hanging hardware not listed above will not be accepted.