SEABA Media Contact:
Adam Brooks, Executive Director
SEABA and Dealer.com present Call to Artist Silo Project
February 6, 2013 – The South End Arts and Business Association (SEABA) in conjunction with Dealer.com, is pleased to present a Call to Artist for the Silo Project. SEABA will be administering this Call to Artist, to select an artist/architect for a large scale art installation at the two silos on the west side of Dealer.com on Pine Street.
“Dealer.com is pleased to be partnering with SEABA to transform the silos into an innovative sculpture that promotes creativity and community while reflecting the fusion of art, technology and business.” says Jill Badolato, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Dealer.com. “It is an honor to host and curate this enormous canvas in the heart of the South End Arts District. When art is installed for the public to enjoy, it says this is a place that is thriving, worthy of living in, and being nurtured for future enjoyment.”
Dealer.com is a leading technology company that is evolving the online car buying experience by better connecting car shoppers, auto manufacturers and dealers. The company is located in the heart of the South End Arts District, which is dedicated to stimulating the creative economy in Burlington, and along the Pine Street Corridor. Dealer.com is deeply committed to supporting local initiatives that lead to a healthy and sustainable environment and community.
SEABA (South End Arts & Business Association) is a member based non-profit organization located at 404 Pine Street, which Fuses Culture and Commerce in the South End of Burlington. Its signature event, the South End Art Hop, is entering its 21st year in 2013 on September 6-8. SEABA is involved in the curatorial needs of local businesses, marketing their artist & business members, community outreach and advocacy, and operation of the SEABA Center as an Information Center.
For more information, please visit www.seaba.com or contact Adam Brooks at 802.859.9222