The Courvoisier Collective aims to integrate the local art community by bringing it back to the streets.
Toronto, ON – June 6, 2011 – The Courvoisier brand announces the latest stage of its 'Revolutionary Spirit' campaign with the introduction of the Courvoisier Collective. Beginning June 6, 2011, Courvoisier will be accepting art submissions at CourvoisierCollective.com, with the purpose of reinventing the revolutionary power of art together with the local art community.
Courvoisier is seeking artistic submissions from inspired artists intrigued by the unique opportunity to showcase their work around the city of Toronto. The three winning entries will be determined by an esteemed panel of representatives from the art community and will appear on high-traffic urban billboards and PATH posters. All submissions will also be eligible for the Gallery Award call, where selected works, chosen by online votes and the judging panel, will be exhibited at Gallery 1313, a well-known art hub located at 1313 Queen West in downtown Toronto from August 10-September 4, 2011.
“We are excited to create an artist network that not only celebrates the local art scene, but also brings the art community together by supporting the need for space and exposure of local talent,” said Nina Kneževi?, Courvoisier Canada Brand Manager. “Courvoisier is a brand known for its ‘Revolutionary Spirit’ and we aim to inspire and support like-minded individuals that are keen to embrace and discover what is next. The brand has always revolutionized the art of making cognac and it supports every community that embraces revolutionary thinking in their own profession.”
The Courvoisier Collective will provide local artists with space to display their art, while connecting the art community and creating exposure for the best and brightest local talents.