After blitzing the internet with Single Sentence Reviews, Raffle Prize Announcements, and other promotional things for about a month,, I realize you may have some questions about the upcoming festivities. So here’s our first ever Vouched Presents FAQ.
When does this shin-dig start?
7pm, approximately. I estimate readings to begin between 7:15 and 7:30.
Is there a cost for admission?
Nope, you can attend for free! That being said, there will be things for sale: food from the Good Food Truck, drinks, popsicles from the King of Pops, t-shirts, books, etc. so it would be very wise of you to bring money with you in case you may get hungry, parched, etc.
I heard there’s an art opening involved too, can you tell me more about that?
Happily! We’re lucky enough to have the very talented Atlantan sculptor, Duncan Shirah, host the opening evening of his exhibition ‘Tools’ in conjunction with our party. He’s even been kind enough to donate his sculpture “Wood Pecker Awl” as the grand prize of the evening. Here’s what that looks like:
How do I win those totally sweet raffle prizes?
Great question! Participants in our raffle will receive 1 raffle ticket for every $5 donated or spent on WINK, Wren’s Nest Publishing Co., or Vouched merchandise. So say, for instance, you buy a book from me that costs $10. For that you will receive not only your book, but 2 raffle tickets! Which could win you all sorts of amazing prizes!
Where do my donations go?
Where can I learn more about the Wren’s Nest Publishing Co. and WINK?
Both organizations have really splendid websites, which give background information on both of their tutoring organizations, the work that they do, and other information about how to get involved.
You can learn more about the Wren’s Nest Publshing Co. here!
You can learn more about WINK here!
I only attend parties where there are photo-booths. Will there be a photo-booth?
YES! Our good friends at Smilebooth have been kind enough to donate us a photo-booth for the evening to better capture all of the debauchery.
Can I win multiple raffle prizes?
No. Sorry, but that just doesn’t seem fair. Winners will be collecting their prizes at the Vouched Books table throughout the evening where we will be keeping track of who wins what. One prize per attendee.
What’s the Goatfarm, are there goats?
In their own words: The Goat Farm Arts Center is a major visual & performing arts center in Atlanta. What was once an underutilized historic site went through a major expansion and was given new form in 2009. Part of the expansion opened up 20,000 square feet dedicated to five new performance and exhibition halls and spaces. The Center now hosts classical & contemporary music concerts, traditional and experimental theatrical performances, film screenings, contemporary dance performances and art exhibitions.
And yes, there are real-life goats!
The poster has a lot of balloons. Will there be balloons?
Yes, there will be at least 1 dozen 3′ circular balloons. There will not be bears.