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Fine Art America Based Masters Advocacy

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Fine Art America Based Masters Advocacy(Disclaimer: Not affiliated with FAA in any way)

About This Group:
Fine Art America Based Masters Advocacy is a different type of group. I am Debora Lewis, founder of this group and I work to expose your art through my charity work and networking with community functions nationally throughout the United States.

Regarding any contests this group sponsors, you will realize everyone is a winner. We have determined that the internal voting is for guidance and is a nominal aspect to what this group is geared for.

This group accepts 10 (10) images a day , realizing that many of us load several at one time dependent upon our schedules. I want your best work, the work you are proud to display and I want your work that is worthy of the efforts I am willing to do for you! I will not consider adding distasteful work to our images.

I will announce Pop-Up contests in the contests section of FAA or I will communicate via FAA email new events that will need the group’s participation.

If you are willing to work for me, I am willing to work for you.
Here’s to your success!
Aloha.
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GROUP UPDATE:

POP UP 20 - NAACP 100TH ANNIVERSARY CALL FOR ARTWORK CURRENTLY RUNNING

BEFORE YOU ENTER:

-If your piece is selected you will be required to pay to ship the piece to the event and to donate your artwork

-If you are not willing to pay for shipment, do not enter the contest.

The NAACP will:

• Display your work on their website before and after the event, including contact information/links for you
• Display your work during our entire event, including making your business card and/or flyer available at the event
• Sell your work to the highest bidder, and provide you the name and contact information of the buyer

Member Inez Ellen Titchenal is a member of the committee seeking artwork for the NAACP 100th Anniversary Freedom Fund Dinner. She has generously offered to select artwork for a silent auction from this large event. This will provide a lot of media coverage and exposure for the person or persons selected as described in the letter below.

The art must fit the theme of the Event: 100 hundred years anniversary of the NAACP. Please see the logo, Ms. Titchenal's artwork, entitled The African Plain.

Painting, sculpture, abstract, and photo art are welcome. Two images are allowed.

Voting starts August 22st winners will be announced August 25th. The winning pieces, as indicated in the letter below, will be selected by the NAACP organization.

From Group Member: Inez Ellen Titchenal:

I want to thank all that are donating their art for this cause. All artwork needs to be in San Diego by October 6, 2019


AGAIN BEFORE YOU ENTER, be certain you are able and will send your piece if it is selected by the committee to Miss Titchenal when notified to the following address:

Inez Ellen Titchenal
4653 Carmel Mountain Road 308-231
San Diego, CA 92130

*If you are unable or not willing to donate the original artwork, then the option is available to order your artwork through the site and ship it to Ms. Titchenal.

WINNERS 1st, 2nd and 3rd PLACE:

-The artwork is selected by a committee that they will request to be shipped to the event



-See the DETAILS BELOW in the July 13, 2019 letter entitled Against All Opposition Still Standing in Power below.


info@sandiegonaacp.org
www.sandiegonaacp.org

Against All Opposition Still Standing in Power
100th Anniversary

July 13th, 2019

Dear Artists and Photographers who wish to support the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) San Diego Branch.

It is with boundless joy and excitement that I greet you as the President of the NAACP San Diego Branch in this, our 100th year of Civil Rights service to San Diego. We stand on the shoulders of the bold and courageous women and men who have served this city for so long. It is an honor to serve.

On October 11, 2019, the NAACP San Diego Branch will engage in a grand celebration of our 100th Anniversary with the best Freedom Fund Dinner we have ever had. This year we have the opportunity to obtain the Grammy Award-Winning Artist, Mr. Curtis Taylor and his trio to entertain us during this grand celebration.

You won’t want to miss him.

The Freedom Fund Dinner is an annual event that, in addition to celebrating our supporters, recognizes groups and individuals who have contributed to the cause of Civil Rights and racial justice throughout the City, County, State and Nation. This year will be an extraordinary celebration, as we look back on the 100 years since the founding of the San Diego Branch and look forward to our bright future.
The evening is sure to be memorable and enjoyable for all. Tickets to the celebration are on sale now, at sandiegonaacp.org/ffd.

We are writing to ask if you would be willing to donate a painting, sculpture or photograph for sale at our silent auction the night of the dinner. We would:

• Display your work on our website before and after the event, including contact information/links for you
• Display your work during our entire event, including making your business card and/or flyer available at the event
• Sell your work to the highest bidder, and provide you the name and contact information of the buyer
If you would like to support us in this way, we ask that you email a digital copy of your work to freedomfund@sandiegonaacp.org with the subject line “Silent Auction Artwork.” We will select those pieces we think would be best received by our attendees for inclusion in our auction. If your work is selected, we will contact you with instructions on how to get it to us.
The NAACP San Diego Branch is an IRS 501(c)(4). Contributions or gifts to this NAACP Unit are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes, however they are deductible as an ordinary business expenses
We look forward to seeing your creations, and we are grateful to you for your support!

Sincerely,
Clovis M. Honoré, President
NAACP San Diego Branch

Administrator

Debora Lewis

Honolulu, HI

United States

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