This Saturday, March 26, from 5-8pm, the Maude Kerns Art Center presents the annual Jell-O Art Show, “Jell-O Mojo: Bringing the Silly Back,” celebrating 33 years of the wackiest funky food show in the U.S.
The suggested donation for the Jell-O Art Show, which is a fundraiser, is $3 per person and $5 for families. Wear your silliest mask for this mask required event.
Join in the springtime foolishness and enjoy this annual celebration of jiggly wiggly artworks made of Jell-O.
This year's show features artworks made of Jell-O, a benediction by Slug Queen Galaxia Cosmos, and a recorded performance by Eugene’s irrepressible Radar Angels at 7 pm.
Although there will be no Tacky Food Buffet this year, think about making your edible Jell-O into artworks to display in the show. Get your “Jell-O Mojo” running again and let’s celebrate 33 years of Jell-O.
Let’s bring the silly back in 2022 with fun for the whole family!
Make those Jell-O 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!
Jell-O artists are invited to bring their Jell-O artworks to the Art Center for display between 3pm and 4:30 pm on Saturday, March 26 before the show. There is a $3 display fee for each Jell-O artwork submitted. Artists are requested to take home their Jell-O creations after the show.
The Jell-O Queen Gelatinaceae has decided to share her extensive personal dried Jell-O collection so that everyone can find their inner Jell-O Artist. She will hold an interactive zoom workshop on how to make gelatin flowers, creatures, and other items limited only by your imagination. Registration includes a Jell-O Box O’ Fun (pick-up in advance at the Art Center) which will include assorted components, instructions, and a coupon to get a free t-shirt at this year's Jell-O Art Show on Saturday, March 26th. Space is limited, so register today!