The Texas Hemp Convention 2021 is Coming: Let’s Get Ready!

What is the Texas Hemp Convention 2021?

The Texas Hemp Convention, #THC2021, is the most fantastic event in the Lone Star State. It starts November 20 through November 21, 2021, at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. There will be hundreds of booths featuring products and services from around the country.

This is the second annual #THC2021. This year, it hosts over 50 educational sessions from experts in the cannabis space. The convention expects to see more than 20,000 attendees walk through its doors.

Texas Hemp Convention 2021 Host

Texas Hemp Convention 2021 Host Kush dot com

Kush.Com

Kush.com is a managed marketplace for cannabis businesses. They bridge licensed producers, processors, retailers, and cultivators with an innovative B2B platform.

In addition, Kush.com dedicates its efforts to connect companies with the most relevant products and services to focus on their core competencies.

Texas Hemp Convention 2021 Headline Sponsor

Texas Hemp Convention 2021 Headline Sponsor  Generation Hemp Inc.

Generation Hemp, Inc.

Generation Hemp, Inc. aims to build a company by acquiring more companies with solid expertise in the hemp industry. They then partner with the new companies to work together on boosting their presence in the market.

Their expertise and talent have been invaluable. They can help companies present a professional image and create an elegant, well-thought-out business plan. In addition to this, they provide ways for online shopping to become more seamless.

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Why Attend the Texas Hemp Convention?

The Texas Hemp Convention is a two-day event when major players in the industry gather to share information and educate attendees. Everything from business practices to legal matters is on the agenda.

Notably, one reason to attend the Texas Hemp Convention is that there is an opportunity to find a community of like-minded people.


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Special Guest

Texas Hemp Convention Special Guest David Angelo Roman

David Angelo Roman

David Angelo Roman makes the iconic Rick and Morty cover art. With that, he is a classically disciplined artist studying in Spain and Italy. He was always a big comic fan, so he applied his skills to comic art.

Roman has also worked on the storyboards for Star Wars, Walking Dead, and Marvel under Topps and Upperdeck. Furthermore, David recently reached an agreement with Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe Cryptozoic Trading Cards.

Educational Sessions

Sit in to hear from industry experts as they discuss today’s top business challenges, share tips and tricks, and so much more. Industry experts will share their insights on today’s top business challenges and give you the tools to take your work to the next level.

Sessions provide information about hemp and cannabis, their cultivation, processing, and consumption to participants. There is also an effort put into creating engagement between participants to encourage dialogue on how best practices can be implemented in order to address social equity concerns.

Exhibitors

There will be hundreds of booths showcasing hemp products and services from around the country at the Texas Hemp Convention.

Attendees will also be able to experience different products from cannabis, including how they smell and feel. Edibles, topical treatments, and other products will be available for sampling and purchase. Make sure they’re compliant with State & Federal laws (less than 3% Delta-9 THC).

How to Get Tickets to the Texas Hemp Convention 2021

Tickets for the second annual #THC2021 Conference are available now on Eventbrite. Prices vary by level of registration to reflect varying levels of access! Sales end on November 21, 2021.

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Single Day Pass – Exhibit Hall Only

  • $25.00 + Fees & Sales Tax
  • Browse over 250 booths from the nation’s leading hemp and CBD brands. Sample products, purchase goods and learn more about how hemp can help improve your health while providing a sustainable product for the environment.

Two Day Pass – Exhibit Hall Only

  • $50.00 + Fees & Sales Tax
  • Get all of the benefits of the Single Day Pass for both days of the convention.

Educational Pass

  • $100.00 + Fees & Sales Tax
  • Attend educational sessions put on by leading hemp professionals. Additionally, you’ll get access to the trade show floor for both days of the convention!

Questions About The Texas Hemp Convention Answered

Since Covid-19, Things Will Be Different.

Since the pandemic, many precautions are being taken to ensure the Texas Hemp Convention is a safe event for both vendors and attendees. The venue is stepping up its general safety measures, including adding extra hand sanitation stations.

Are children allowed?

Children are welcome to visit, but they will need to be accompanied by their adults. So bring your family out for some fun and educational experiences.

Are Animals Allowed?

To ensure visitors enjoy a safe experience, only approved service animals will be allowed.

Is This a Consumable Convention?

No smoking will be allowed at this event. However, edibles, topical treatments, and other products will be available for the public to sample & buy. Ensure that your products are both compliant with State & Federal laws (less than 3% Delta-9 THC).

For more visit: Frequently Asked Questions #THC2021

In Conclusion

The Cannabis Convention is just around the corner. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about different cannabis products, attend educational presentations, and network with other future cannabis entrepreneurs.

Resources:

2021 Texas Hemp Convention. (n.d.). Eventbrite. Retrieved November 2, 2021, from https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-texas-hemp-convention-tickets-168890111871

Generation Hemp, Inc. Hemp Chats. (n.d.). Hemp | Generation Hemp, Inc. | United States. Retrieved November 2, 2021, from https://www.genhempinc.com/

Kush.com. (n.d.). Kush.Com. Retrieved November 2, 2021, from https://kush.com/

Rick & Morty Artist — David Angelo Roman comes to. (n.d.). Traders Village. Retrieved November 2, 2021, from https://tradersvillage.com/san-antonio/events/rick-morty-artist-david-angelo-roman-comes-traders-village/

Texas Hemp Convention | November 20–21, 2021 | Dallas, TX. (n.d.). Texas Hemp Convention | November 20–21, 2021. Retrieved November 2, 2021, from https://texashempconvention.com/

The Best Party to Celebrate Halloween at Home this Year!

Break the norm this holiday. Turn your blah Halloween into an immersive, virtual experience! Join CannabisArtGuild.Org‘s launch party on the WJAE420.com for their latest exhibit, The Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit.

Besides, you can get a jump on Halloween at this event because the party starts on October 30th at 10 PM EST.

Secondly, visitors can get a VIP seat of what’s in store on Halloween at the launch party. There will be spooky music, interactive games, guests, and of course – high-end art.

But, last things first. Here’s more about the exhibit.

How to Participate in The Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit

Undead visitors who dare to enter the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit can do so for free by visiting CannabisArtGuild.org/hauntedartexhibit at 12:00 PM EST on Oct. 30th. Once there, click on the “Enter Exhibit” button to explore the art gallery.

“I’d like people to walk away realizing that the Loving, Caring, Creative, Healing, All-Inclusive Cannabis Community they read about in books is real, alive, and waiting for them.”

Lee Estes

A Sneak Peek Into My Favorite Pieces at the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit!

Halloween- a holiday marked by the observance of all things spooky. In my opinion, The Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit brings eerie entertainment to a new level. 

The show features artworks from traditional paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Further, it includes photography, video art, animations, and digital art! Accordingly, artists from across the world showed up and show off their talent at this exhibition.

As an illustration, some of my favorites are: “The Weed Art Process” by Serge Goldwicht, “Light Amphibian” by Johannes Stötter, and “Dracula” by Natasha Kinaru.

Where Da Party At? WJAE420.Com

WJAE420 sprung from the creative minds of Angela and Wendy Love Edge. When the Edges started thinking about what they wanted to do with their station, they were interested in bringing the community together. Spiritually, they saw music, art & healing all coming from the same place.


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Cannabis gets a lot of attention, so the station gives cannabis & music lovers a larger, more diverse platform to promote their favorite topics. Wendy is one of them — she credits cannabis with saving her life. Angela seems to be all for this, and she doesn’t use weed, but she knows the importance of making sure that people have all the facts about it.

Simply go to WJAE420.Com and click “Listen Now” to pull up to the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit Launch Party.

What to Expect at the Party

Join WJAE420.Com on October 30th at 9 PM EST for the free, live audio Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit Launch Party hosted by the Cannabis Community’s Master of Macabre Lee Estes. Undoubtedly, he’ll be sharing rotting tricks, treats, and tunes that guarantee to give you the creeps!

The evening includes:

Hear shout-outs from some of your favorite cannabis community activists. 

Hear from some of the Cannabis Community’s famous activists such as Richard Rose, Wendy Love Edge, Candis Dyer, and Marihemp Shields. Then, learn about their backgrounds, what they’re doing now, and what their passions are. Discover how these individuals are effecting change in their communities today.

Play an interactive cannabis game. 

Play Smoke the Ghost with the audience. Not only is Smoke the Ghost an interactive cannabis smoking game but, this game is a spin-off of the classic drink-on queue game. Instead of alcohol, players match the Ghost’s puff every time he hits his ghostly bong during the program.

Take the virtual haunted art exhibit challenge. 

The first person to email support@cannabisartguild.org the correct answer gets the prize! Emails timestamp will determine the time of the submission.

Identify the dead cartoon characters hidden away in the gallery by painter Michael CanadaMan Gonzalez. In addition, the art title is the final curtain, identity the cartoon character’s skeletal remains correctly ( from left to right), and win a haunted treat from the CannabisArtGuild.org.

Learn how to cast Love Spells and Revenge Curses. 

Halloween is the perfect time for all things dark, scary and spooky. Of course, some people are looking for something a little more lighthearted. If you’re looking to find true love this Halloween, learn how to cast love spells on someone special. If you’re looking for something more sinister, try throwing a revenge curse on your enemy.


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How You Can Prepare for the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibition and Launch Party

You can do a few things to prepare ahead of time for the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibition and Launch Party. First, send out the link to a list of the people you think would attend to join you in the festivities.

Additionally, make it a thing! Invite everyone to a zoom call on the big night to share in the ghastly sights. Afterward, have all the decorations and refreshments ready in advance.

For more giggles, dress up like a kind of cannabis (strains) – maybe an OG Kush or Sour Diesel. Another idea. Dress up as one of your favorite artists like Andy Warhol or Georgia O’Keefe. Next, grab your laptop or phone with good internet service as the exhibit is virtual. Then, click the “Enter Exhibit” button and enjoy.

For consumers, you can prepare for this event just the same. In addition, you can prep by stocking up on your liken of cannabis accessories like pipes, grinders, rolling papers, and all-important lighters. Let us not forget the medium – cannabis. Along with the appropriate accessories, you’ll want the perfect strain of flower or CBD.


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Finally, explore all the different cannabis-inspired activities that await.

At the End of the Day

By and large, if you want to enjoy a spooky Halloween experience from the comfort of your candy-filled Halloween bucket, then click to join the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit and Launch Party.

Resources:

Trupp, J. (2020, October 29). New radio station WJAE 420 to host a Halloween-themed show with an interactive game, activism, and new music. THE IDLE CLASS. http://idleclassmag.com/new-radio-station-wjae-420-host-halloween-themed-show-interactive-game-activism-new-music/

WJAE420 Internet Radio Feat. Music and Cannabis Talk. (n.d.). Mysite. Retrieved October 23, 2021, from https://www.wjae420.com/

The Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit Is Possibly Making History

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The CannabisArtGuild.Org’s inaugural Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit is an online gallery. Not only does it feature a curation of hauntingly beautiful paintings and sculptures, but it is created by emerging and established cannabis-inspired artists.  

What is the CannabisArtGuild.Org?

The CannabisArtGuild.Org is a full-throttle organization that believes in the versatility of cannabis. By the same, they showcase this by exposing works of art to normalize the plant worldwide. 

Equally, The Guild’s artistic endeavors have always been forward-thinking, and this is evident in their inaugural Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit. Open to the public on October 30th, this tailor-made spectacle has artists from all over the map working together for a collective vision of creativity.

So get excited! The haunting starts later this month, stays through November, and will take place throughout Halloween.

What is a Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit?

The Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit is an experience you won’t find anywhere else. Art is an acquired taste. Undoubtedly, there are shadowy pieces. Others are spell-binding; some might even be creepy.

Moreover, this is a fright night cerebral rush– without leaving the comfort of your caramel corn.

Further, it is strictly a grassroots initiative. Proceeds from the exhibition directly empower small cannabis farms in the Emerald Triangle following the California Wild Fires

Similarly, the Guild focuses on freeing cannabis prisoners.

Title : Fungal Friend
Artist : Sam Mason
United State
Title : Fungal Friend
Artist : Sam Mason
United States

Double, double toil, and trouble: What to expect at the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit. 

Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit visitors are in for a real treat this Halloween. They will have the chance to view never-before-seen artwork from some of the world’s most renowned artists while being immersed in an atmosphere complete with chilling musical sounds.

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Bone-chilling Musical Feature

Bridge City Sinners is a Portland-based traditional string band composed of five members who started their journey by performing on sidewalks. 

Nowadays, you can find this supergroup touring cities on the national circuit.

virtual haunted art exhibit band bridge city sinners

Thrilling Artists and Masterpieces

For centuries, cannabis-based art has been part of human expression. In as well for today’s artists participating in the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit.

These enchanted creatives from around the world have created fang-tastic pieces from painting to sculpture to digital art.

  • Tom Estes – England
  • Volkmar Hoppe – Germany
  • Trog – Australia
  • RonX111 – Australia
  • Destrola – Australia
  • Serge Goldwicht – Belgium
  • Kerry Cannon – U.S.
  • Natasha Kinaru – England
  • Gazink – Netherlands
  • Jessica Laura – U.S.
  • Wendy Love Edge – U.S.
  • Ryan Eric Kaminsky – U.S.
  • Angel Egle Wierenga – U.S.
  • MariHemp Shields – U.S.
  • Kirsty Memory – England
  • Roger Sonnenfeld – Sweden
  • Johannes Stotter – Italy
  • Stephen Jung – U.S.
  • Linda Biggs – U.S.
  • Sam Mason – U.S.
  • Sam Fontaine – U.S.
  • Iedda Shiotae – U.S.
  • Dawn Frasca Stancliff – U.S.
  • Michael Canadaman Gonzales – Canada

Howling Non-fungible Tokens (NFT) Auction 

In the past, Halloween was a day meant for children. However, as time has changed, so has the celebration of Halloween. This exhibit could be the first-ever cannabis community NFT (Non-Fungible Token) Auction. Spooky right!

Cannabisartguild.org teamed up with Street Artist RonX111 and world-class animator Destrola. As a result, they will auction off a special Non-Fungible Token that will benefit Humboldt Grace’s Fire Recovery Project.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

The team of RonX111 with the actual originals, and then Destrola, who is the animation artist, are taking the cannabis community to a whole new level.

Australian Street Artist RonX111

RonX111 is an activist artist born in Australia, focusing on bringing balance and preserving the things he loves, from family to nature. In addition, one of his many talents is channeling his emotions and sharing them with the world through his art.

World-Class Animator Destrola

Destrola’s evolution to reinvent himself led him to realize he had a knack for understanding expression. Afterward, he used his skills to influence perceptions.

What are NFTs, and Why Should They Matter to Art?

Non-fungible tokens are a new digital asset. They are distinct because each token is unique and provides its individualized attributes. NFTs allow for the trading and selling products that cannot be replicated, like art or collectibles.

The idea behind these tokens is that NFTs can trade like stocks, but they also provide the same kind of transparency you would expect from physical objects.

The technology could benefit both artists and investors in the art market by creating more transparency in pricing, ownership, condition, provenance, and authenticity.

Australian Street Artist RonX111 explains NFTs

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ronx111.com

How Artists can Sell Art Online with Blockchain

With the use of blockchain, artists can issue digital art and sell it online.

Blockchain uses cryptography to store and transfer data while making sure that the owner is the rightful owner. Rather, artists can safely sell their artwork without worrying about someone stealing it or copying it.

Blockchain also ensures transparency for both the artist and buyer. Hence, buyers can be sure that they are getting what they paid for – a genuine piece of artwork from an established artist with a verified identity.

How to Participate in the First Cannabis NFT Art Auction

Cannabisartguild.org is embracing technology and the evolution of Fine Art. Visitors interested in becoming a part of history can do so on CannabisArtGuild.Org’s verified Rarible account

Join Rarible, follow CannabisArtistGuild.Org’s page, then start bidding!

Rarible is a digital art marketplace where users can buy and sell the rights to their creations. In fact, using Ethereum-based NFTs, arrangements can be made from anywhere in the world. This gives a user full ownership of a given piece of art.

The auction will take place on October 30th-November 30th. Everyone can watch the auction by following this link.

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How to Participate in The Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit

Witches and wizards 18 years and older can participate in the free exhibition by visiting Cannabisartguild.org. Then click the “Enter Exhibit” button for your ticket to terror.

Final Thoughts

The future of Halloween is here! The virtual haunted art exhibit is a creepy-crawly innovation to satisfy the scream queen in everyone.

Visit cannabisartguild.org now for more info. 

Resources:

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Bridge City Sinners. (n.d.). Bridge City Sinners. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://www.bridgecitysinners.com/

Destrola. (n.d.). Https://Www.Destrola.Com/. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://www.destrola.com/

Fire Recovery Project | Humboldt Grace. (n.d.). Humboldt Grace.Org. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://humboldtgrace.org/fire-recovery/

Rarible: NFT Marketplace. (n.d.). Rarible. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://rarible.com/

Rarible NFT Marketplace: RARI Coin & NFT Crypto Art. (n.d.). Gemini. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://www.gemini.com/cryptopedia/rarible-nft-art-marketplace-rari-coin#section-the-rarible-nft-art-marketplace

RonX111. (2021, October 5). about the artist. Retrieved October 19, 2021, from https://ronx111.com/about-the-artist/

Cannabis Based-Art | How CannabisArtGuild.org Is Transforming Halloween

Cannabis based-art is a new art movement that has been evolving in recent years. It includes a variety of disciplines, but the goal is always to use cannabis as a medium.

The CannabisArtGuild.Org is one organization on a mission to show off cannabis’ versatility. As a result, normalizing the plant. The Guild strives to unite artists voices from the four ends to take part in cannabis-based art exhibitions. They’re launching their first ever Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit this October. It’ll be here for Halloween and stay until the end of November.

But, before we get into the tricks and treats, let’s take a look at what cannabis-based art is.

What is Cannabis-Based Art?

Cannabis-based art is a type of fine art that utilizes the cannabis plant and its extracts for the sole purpose of artistic expression. Even though, it’s been around us for centuries, cannabis-based art has gained notoriety. This is partly due to increased social acceptance in the United States.

Notably, some artists who work with cannabis use the plant in both their process and execution of work. The materials allow artist to create pieces from different facets of cannabis culture, such as music, mental health or how it affects people’s perceptions.

Furthermore, the word “canvas” originates from “cannabis”.


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cannabisartguild.org.

What Is CannabisArtGuild.org?

CannabisArtGuild.org is an online art gallery. Its Founders include Lee Estes, Wendy Love Edge, and Tom Estes. With the expertise of Richard Rose, the trio tapped into the potential of art in the cannabis space.

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cannabisartguild.org.

Meet the Founders

LEE ESTES – DETROIT, MICHIGAN

cannabisartguild.org company director, Lee Estes.

Company Director – Lee Estes worked for several years with international indie musical artists as an online promoter. He had a vision of cannabis-based art displayed on a global scale. From there he used his background in music to bring his knowledge & love of art to the cannabis industry. With that, innovative technology.

Wendy Love Edge – Fayetteville, USA

cannabisartguild.org executive director, Wendy Love Edge.

Executive Director – Wendy Love Edge is an author, illustrator, painter, talk show host, and activist for cannabis medicine and health freedom. Even though she’s disabled, this survivor of the American healthcare system believes people should make informed decisions about their well-being.

Tom Estes – London, ENG

cannabisartguild.org guild rep for united kingdom, Tom Estes.

Guild Rep. EU – Tom Estes studied his craft in France and the United Kingdom. His work transports the observer to dark futuristic wonderlands. Although skilled in many disciplines, digital photography is the pulse of Tom’s practice.

Richard Rose – Legendary Hemp Foods Pioneer

cannabisartguild.org advisor, Richard Rose.

Guild Adviser – Richard has designed food for people for over 30 years. Hence, Richard is the Hemp Nut of HempNut Inc. He created the company around the vision of shelled hempseed as a replacement for soy in the food industry. His dream became the prototype business model for the hempseed industry.

The founders of CannabisArtGuild.org hope to provide a platform for artists interested in exploring new ways of expressing themselves through their paintings and digital artwork.

And, it seems like they’re on the right track. There are several talented artists lined up for their 1st Annual Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit!

First Annual Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit

CannabisArtGuild.Org’s Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit is a free online event happening October 30 – November 30. To begin with, it is for anyone 18 and up in the community. Next, efforts go to support healing and self-expression. 

The exhibit is a grassroots initiative with no corporate cannabis funding. Its motivation is supporting Humboldt Grace’s Fire Recovery Project. Efforts help small cannabis farms and the community of the Emerald Triangle recover from California Wildfires. Equally important, the Guild focuses on freeing cannabis prisoners.

Like in all forms of art, not everyone will appreciate the 1st Annual Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit. It’s deep and gritty. The art pieces are thought-provoking. On the other hand, some are light and whimsical Yet, others are a bit scary. Moreover, the 1st Annual Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit is visually refined entertainment.

In addition, it’s a great way to celebrate Halloween!

Here’s what to expect from the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit

Artists

Visitors will indulge in fifty-plus mind-bubbling mixed media artworks from over twenty worldwide. With that, the 1st Annual Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit features musical artist – Bridge City Sinners. A top artist in the rapidly growing Blackgrass music movement. This band’s funky folk sound does everything but stay in one genre.

Innovation

The 1st Annual Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit could be the cannabis community’s first Charitable NFT auction. 

That said, Cannabisartguild.org along with legendary Australian Street Artist RonX111 and World-Class Animator Destrola to auctions off art pieces that benefit Humboldt Grace’s Fire Recovery Project. 

Festivities

Celebrate the holiday with the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibit at the Launch Party on WJAE420.com. The party starts at 10:00 PM EST. The Master of the Macabre, Lee Estes, promises 90 minutes of tricks, treats, and tunes for ghouls and goblins alike.

Conclusion

Experience Cannabis in a whole new way this Halloween! Get involved in the Virtual Haunted Art Exhibition and help the CannabisArtGuild’s change the world’s relationship with cannabis.

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