(Well, that was sure fun!) And the Winner is…

Kathy Tefft, of the Dartmouth Athletics Department!  Tomorrow, you will receive a glossy set of 4 hat notecards, each with a different, freehand embroidery design.Detail of snowflakes, an original freehand embroidery design on Carrie Cahill Mulligan's art-to-wear llama and wool, knitted felt hat, 2005.  Thanks to everyone for dropping by my ArtWorks Virtual Reception… It was the busiest couple of days yet, here on this fledgling site.  I appreciate all the kind comments!Didn’t win?  Fear not!  This virtual reception was so fun, I intend to hold another next month for the 3rd Annual League of New Hampshire Craftsmen’s Open Studio Tour.  Check back for details in the coming weeks…

ArtWorks: Exhibit, Virtual Reception and Free Notecards

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The 2nd annual ArtWorks, a multi-media exhibit by Dartmouth College employees, takes place today, October 17, 2007 at Alumni Hall and Top of the Hop, in Hanover, New Hampshire

Today, Wednesday, October 17, from 11 am to 6 pm, ArtWorks, the Dartmouth College employee arts festival, will be held in Alumni Hall and the Top of the Hop.  The event is open to the public and will feature exhibits and performances by more than fifty faculty and staff.

Experience the many talents of Dartmouth‘s employees as we present a wide variety of visual arts, music, video, poetry readings, comedy, and much more throughout the day.  Detailed information, including the exhibit layout, performance schedule, and list of contributing artists, can be found on the ArtWorks web site.

Since I have to work at the Dartmouth Alumni Gym front desk for most of exhibit, I thought I would borrow a page from Brenda Marks‘ blog and host a virtual reception myself.  (Thanks for the great idea, Brenda, and to Alyson B. Stanfield for sharing it on her helpful Art Biz Blog.)Heirloom handknit llama and wool felt hat with freehand embroidery (#58 of 2007) by Carrie Cahill Mulligan was on exhibit today at Dartmouth College's ArtWorks, in Hanover, New Hampshire.

So here’s the scoop: You have until the end of this weekend (Sunday, October 21, 2007, at midnight), to leave a comment on this post.On Monday morning, I will toss all names into a (luxuriously warm, elegantly stylish yet hard-wearing, llama and wool, handknit felt) hat, and pick out a winner!

The lucky commenter will receive a set of 4 glossy hat notecards, each with a different freehand embroidery design.

So don’t be shy… leave a comment,  and enter yourself to win.  Good luck, hat lovers!