3.14 Pie Art Celebration in Braham exhibits Pie Art

All visual artwork focused on pie and the mathematical symbol pi are welcome at the second annual 3.14 Pie Art Celebration on Wednesday, March 14, at the Braham Area High School performance space (C100).

Aprons and pie making go together, so why not apron pie art for a pie art show? Terri Hendricks has entered this piece at one of the summer Pie Day Art Shows. Photo by V.S. Arrowsmith

“To be included in the show, arrive one hour early by 5:30 p.m. with your pie or pi art,” said Patty Wagner, Pie Art Curator.  “This is a one-evening event hosted by Braham Pie Day, so we invite you to stay for some artistic conversations, homemade pie, and the premier of the latest pie song “Fruit Fillin,” performed by the Pie-Alluia Chorus. The 3.14 Pie Art Celebration starts at 6:30 p.m.”

Area residents who have entered the Braham Pie Day art show in previous years are especially invited to help created a pie artwork reunion.

“Share your delicious pie colors through art as we try to stay warm and look forward to the spring,” Wagner said.

All are welcome to attend the second annual 3.14 Pie Art Celebration, made possible by a grant from the East Central Regional Arts Council with funds provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.

For more information call 320-396-4956 and leave a message on the Pie Day answering machine.