Friday, September 24, 2010
September 17, 2010
For Immediate Release
Sixth Star Entertainment and Marketing
PROP WAREHOUSE OPEN TO PUBLIC FOR ARTISTIC RECYCLING PROGRAM
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL SEPTEMBER 25, 2010 - Sixth Star Entertainment and Marketing and Trash to Treasure Creative Reuse Center have joined forces to recycle used props and scenic décor leftover from special events and transform them into works of art. For the first time, Sixth Star will open its warehouse to artists and the general public to tour 20,000 square feet of “treasure”. Items run the gamut and include holiday lights, Styrofoam shapes, 4’x8’ painted scenic theatrical flats and cut outs, metal and plastic pieces, and even some household items. Visitors will preview the prop and scenic warehouse during the upcoming F.A.T. Village Artwalk on Saturday, September 25, 2010 from 7pm-11pm. They will return on Sunday, September 26, 2010 between 10am and 2pm to collect items that will be recycled and repurposed into works of art. Representatives from Trash to Treasure will be on site to assist the public and answer questions about their program. The efforts are coordinated through a partnership Sixth Star has developed with Trash to Treasure Creative Reuse Center, a 501c3 not for profit organization. Doug Jones, President of Sixth Star stated, “Sustainability and supporting our local arts community is important to Sixth Star and this is a perfect project for us to support.”
F.A.T. Village Art Walks feature open galleries and special theatre events. They are held on the last Saturday of each month at 505 NW 1st Avenue, Ft Lauderdale (F.A.T. Village).
For more information about Trash to Treasure’s membership, programs and activities, please email email@example.com, or contact Nanette Saylor at 561-504-1078.
Sixth Star Entertainment and Marketing (www.sixthstar.com)is a Fort Lauderdale-based special event and entertainment company specializing in providing memorable events for corporate, casino, not for profit, resort, theme park and cruise clients. Sixth Star’s maintains 40,000 sq feet scenic décor, props and costumes in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale.
Trash to Treasure (www.trash2treasureFL.org) is a non-profit, membership-based, organization that has a mission to locate clean, re-usable materials and redistribute these items as valuable educational and artistic resources. T2T was created to raise awareness and educate people about the role of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, i.e., managing the "stuff" of our lives, in a sustainable way. Toward this end, we offer a warehouse, located at 1100 NW 53 Street, #1Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309, full of donated scrap items that have great potential for art, education and daily use, and also programs that encourage creativity and discovery.
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Simply Puppets presents: "Plastic Water Bottle Transformations"
Don’t dump that Gallon Plastic Water Bottle! Save your Bottle Caps! Re-use old Video Tapes. Find the hidden faces and create new objects from these and many other scrap / recycled / and everyday things. Come play with us and go home with a mask, puppet, pet or fabulous art project. (See some examples at: http://www.simplypuppets.com/Home/workshops ) September 16, 2010 (Thursday) 7-9 pm September 18, 2010 (Saturday) 10:30 AM -12:30 PM Ages 4 to Adult, (4-8, adult supervision please) Members $5 per individual/family membership Non Members $10 adult, $3 per child 4-15 At Trash to Treasure Creative Reuse Center, 1100 NW 53rd Street, Fort Lauderdale, 33309. Reply to this email or call 888-828-8242 to RSVP. About Simply Puppets & David Goboff Simply Puppets came into existence in early 2000 as a platform for the Goboff family to write plays, make puppets and perform together. David is now working with Simply Puppets full time offering puppet shows and workshops for schools, libraries, museums and birthday parties. Most recently Simply Puppets has been visiting many Broward County libraries during the summer in 2010. He is also available to build props and puppets for shows, events and Halloween displays. If you can imagine it, Simply Puppets can make it happen. You can visit Simply Puppets at: http://www.simplypuppets.com. You can write to Simply Puppets at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can call David at (954) 667-3283 David is also the current President of The Puppet Guild of South Florida. PGSF meets monthly and is open to the public. Check their website for more details and events at: http://www.puppetguildofsouthflorida.com/ .