Mugs to feature St. Andrew’s Episcopal Chapel
(Seguin) — The 2022 Sip n’ Stroll Committee and Seguin Main Street Program are inviting local artists to submit artwork from the historic chapel of Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church to be featured on the 2022 Sip n’ Stroll mug. Artwork must be an original piece and all mediums are welcome. Artwork should be a rectangle measuring 8″ wide x 4″ high or a similar 2:1 ratio.
“This will be the 12th Sip ‘n Stroll and each year the cup features a different Seguin cue. In previous years, the cup has featured the Pecan, First Church, Sebastopol House, Aumont and Texas Theatre,” said Kyle Kramm, Director of Seguin Main Street and CVB, “The committee has decided to feature our historic churches over the next few years. years, last year’s first church was chosen, this year with Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church, located at 201 East Nolte Street.
St. Andrew’s was founded in Seguin in 1853. The original building of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church was completed in 1876. Over the next century, changes and additions included the construction of a vestibule and vestry, exterior limestone cladding, and reconstruction of the bell tower. For more information about the church and additional photos, visit http://www.standrewseguin.org.
All artists are welcome to participate with all interpretations of the subject matter. The artwork can be from any period in the chapel’s history. Artwork must be submitted to the Seguin Main Street office at 116 N. Camp Street by Friday, July 15. Contact Christy Hopper at (830) 401-2475 to confirm return time. The 2022 Sip ‘n Stroll Committee will evaluate the submissions and select the works.
The chosen artwork will be featured on over 1,000 mugs, featured in press releases, news articles and shared on social media platforms. The artist will also be invited to be present at the Pecan Fest on October 29 where the sale of the Sip n’ Stroll 2022 mug will be launched. The selected artist will also receive a $100 stipend.
For more information, contact Kyle Kramm with the Seguin Main Street Program at (830) 401-2448 or [email protected]