Jersey Animal Coalition Call for “Animal Houses”

With great pleasure, Jersey Animal Coalition invites New Jersey architects to create one-of-a-kind dog houses and cat structures to be featured at its August 23, 2010 “Dog Days of Summer” event. The event has two goals: To give architects an opportunity to promote their work at a well-attended and widely publicized event; and, thru the auction of these creations items, to raise funds to allow JAC to continue its outstanding work of providing stray and abandoned dogs and cats with medical attention, shelter, and boarding until permanent loving homes can be found.

Architects are asked to create structures, scaled models, and/or concept drawings that are visually delightful and lots of fun, while meeting general utilitarian concerns or those of a specific breed. Architects names, firm descriptions, and contact information will be prominently displayed alongside their work, and in a program that will be distributed to all who attend. In addition, Architects will be given the names of those who purchase their work to allow for the possibility of future contact and dialogue. Donations are tax-deductible.

The event will be held on the spacious roof terrace at Above Restaurant and Bar, One South Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ, a restaurant praised highly by the New York Times and Star Ledger and located in the heart of the South Orange Transit Village.
For further information on Jersey Animal Coalition please visit: http://www.jaconline.org

If you wish to participate, contact : Risa Perlmutter Goldstein: [email protected] or Judy Donnelly: [email protected] by August 9, 2010.

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