On Saturday, April 3, from 1 - 5 pm, the Maude Kerns Art Center presents the annual Jello Art Show, “At Least We Still Have Jello,” celebrating 32 years of the wackiest funky food show in the U.S. Join in the springtime foolishness and enjoy this annual celebration of jiggly wiggly artworks made of jello.
Eugene’s ever zany Radar Angels, along with the Slug Queen, present a pre-recorded Zoom performance in honor of “At Least We Still Have Jello.” The suggested donation for the Jello Art Show, which is a fundraiser, is $3 per person and $5 for families.
The Maude Kerns Art Center is adhering to all State of Oregon and Oregon Health Authority guidelines with limited numbers of visitors inside the gallery.
Jello artists are invited to bring their jello artworks to the Art Center for display between 11 am and 1 pm on Saturday, April 3 before the show. Make those jello dreams a reality - the sky’s the limit! In this non-juried show, everyone’s creations are welcome. It’s fun for the whole family. There is a $3 display fee for each jello artwork submitted. Artists are requested to take home their jello creations after the show.