Joshua Tree Art Gallery is announcing an open call for artists to participate in a December exhibition. The Theme of the Exhibition is “Place.” The geography of one’s being. Places in our history, psyche, dreams or experience. Where you’ve been, where you are, where you’re going. This is an invitation to explore and expand your personal geography, wherever it may take you.
Registration Deadline: November 30th
Opening Reception: December 14th 6-8 PM
For more information please visit http://www.joshuatreeartgallery.com
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Location:Pixels Bar 3535 University AvenueRiverside, CA 92501
Jon “Roach” Brosius, RoachesNeedLoveToo@gmail.com
Prizes: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place cash prize
“Righteous, Gnarly, Fersure!” is a skateboard art show and contest hosted by Pixels and Collaboration X.
This is an open call from November 7th to December 31st, 2013, to all artists interested in participating. To sign up for the contest, pick up an entry form from Pixels or download it here: http://goo.gl/APIr5Z
Once completed return it to Pixels by December 31st, 2013, along with your $20 entry fee, which will be added to the cash prize pool. You will receive one blank Inkonsiderate Boardshop
wooden deck courtesy of Pixels. You, the artist, will paint/modify/decorate the wooden deck and submit to curator, Jon “Roach” Brosius
, between the dates of January 25th and January 31st, 2014. Please include the attached Artist Inventory Sheet upon submission of your completed skateboard deck.
All submissions will be on display at Pixels from February 6th through March 28th, 2014. The artwork will be judged by the public from February 6th through February 28th, 2014. In that time frame, ballots will be available at Pixels during its hours of operation (Monday through Friday 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Saturday/Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.) and must be submitted to Pixels by February 28th, 2014.
The winners will be announced March 6th, 2014. A cash prize will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place artists.
On March 6th, 2014, all submissions will be posted for sale through March 28th, 2014. All sales will be coordinated through Pixels’ curator, Jon “Roach” Brosius, and is subject to a 30% commission fee. No later than 30 days from the close of the show, 70% of the sale amount will be remitted to the artist.
Should you choose not to sell your skateboard deck, please list it as “Not For Sale” on the Artist Inventory Sheet when submitting your artwork.
All submissions not sold may be kept by the artist at the end of the show.
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Art for the Animals is a fundraiser to benefit shelter animals in Riverside County. Every year, thousands of animals come into Riverside County/City shelters in need of special care. Artists of all ages are invited to donate original two and three dimensional artwork. Selected pieces are auctioned off at our live auction event or on the Department of Animal Services webpage to raise funds for homeless pets. 100% of the contributions are used to provide special care and enrichment for the Riverside County shelter animals.
Artwork Submission: February 1 - April 3, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m.
Live Auction: April 27, 2014 @ Riverside Art Museum
Online Auction: April 28 - May 11, 2014
Every year children's artwork is judged and children are presented awards in a special ceremony at the Western Riverside Animal Shelter. If your child is selected as a winner you will be notified.
All shows at The Arts Colony are OPEN, you do not have to enter in Theme.
The Theme for this show is, "Windows & Doors." All work is eligible to win one of the six top awards.
Check-in Dates: Tuesday Nov. 5th & Wednesday Nov. 6th., 2:00-8:00
510 W. Foothill Parkway at Corona Heritage Park & Museum, one block W. of Main St.
Juror for the show is San Diego Mixed Media Artist, Helen Shafer Gracia www.helenshafergarcia.com
All rules may be found on the website: wwwtheartscolony.org
The Riverside Art Museum (RAM) is soliciting artist proposals as part of RAM’s inaugural Riverside Art Make project. Riverside Art Make events will take place in April and May of 2014 and 2015. Funded in part by a City of Riverside Arts and Culture Grant and the Exploring Engagement Fund for Priority Regions Grant from the James Irvine Foundation, the Riverside Art Make will produce art "happenings" that evoke a sense of shared community among neighbors, families, and friends who live, work, and play in the city. Art happenings are public events that include elements of chance, performance, and are seemingly spontaneous. Riverside Art Make happenings will draw upon the art movements of the 1960s and 70s and will reflect aspects of everyday life, confronting or dismantling conventional notions of art.RAM is seeking artists currently engaging in public art activity, community outreach, and art education to facilitate a series of art happenings in four Riverside neighborhoods. RAM is seeking fun, interactive, experimental projects that create and increase opportunities for community participation in the arts. Projects will ideally place artists in the role of facilitators who can connect participants in the community to art through making, performing, and learning. These happenings will occur over three consecutive weekends in April or May in 2014 or April or May in 2015 and will be two to three hours in duration. Happenings should be structured to allow participants to create new original work – either something to take home or a community piece to be exhibited. Happenings in 2014 and 2015 will be in the following four neighborhoods in non-traditional venues: Eastside, La Sierra, Magnolia Center, and Mission Grove/Orange Crest. Artwork created at happenings and photographs of the events will be displayed at a non-traditional public art venue."RAM encourages artists to take part in this project to bring arts into our community," says RAM Executive Director Drew Oberjuerge. "We know that there are so many people who are creating art in their homes. We want to connect them to the museum."The stipend for each happening is $1000 and artists will have access to a materials budget of $300-$500 for each happening. There is also $300 to fund musicians for each happening, so hopefully artists will consider how music might play a role in their proposals.RAM kicked off the Riverside Art Make with "Motor Rhythms" by Jordan Hill at the Mayor’s Celebration for Arts & Innovation. "Motor Rhythms" is a drum set built from scrap auto parts. Hill's project blends elements of percussion and automotive/salvage art to create a one-of-a-kind sound where he invites others to make music. The Riverside Art Museum is looking forward to two years of making art in Riverside neighborhoods.Make music. Make art.The artist proposal deadline is November 22, 2013 at 9:00 p.m.For more information and an application: http://www.riversideartmuseum.org/artmake
You are invited to Darla Bostick’s 6th Annual Ghost Ranch Workshop/Retreat in Abiquiu , NM 13-19 October Includes digital photography, watercolors/acrylics, pencil, incorporating text, mixed media work with opportunity for plein air painting and comfort of a group activity room (floor to ceiling vista views). For 7 days/6 nights you can relax, enjoy, create. Lodging/meals included at Ghost Ranch property. The Georgia O'Keeffe Landscape Tour takes you where she painted from the magnificent area scenery. Visit the O’Keeffe studio/home on tour. Space limited/registration begun. Bring materials you love to work with (or try something new) and join us! In the past the workshop has been held in Aug-Sept. It is moved later in the year to take advantage of fall colors. The workshop is $475. Room and board at the Ranch are per their rates. Unclaimed rooms will be released 10 September, but I may be able to get rooms after that date.
Come and see for yourself why Georgia O’Keeffe loved Ghost Ranch!
My website has more details: www.darlabostick.com
Darla Bostick, 940.320.5660
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Summer Show, with Theme “Shadows”
The Arts Colony of Heritage Park in Corona invites all Southern California artists to
enter up to three pieces of art in the “Summer Show,” an open, juried and judged art show. You may paint to Shadow theme if you wish. Show runs from July 16th. through September 7th., 2013. The show is open to members and non-members and open to a variety of media. We will be taking in art work on Tuesday July 9th. & Wednesday
July 10th. from 2-8 p.m. each day.
Entry Fees: for members--$15 first piece, $10 second piece, $5 third piece. Nonmembers pay an additional $5 per piece. Membership fee is $20 for the year. All fees are non-refundable. For an entry form visit the TAC website www.theartscolony.org Please bring completed entry form with you, it will enable you to pass through the show entry much quicker. We will have entry forms at entry.
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The bi-annual rotating art exhibition at the Riverside County Administration Center will be rotating again in August so new submissions will be accepted until the end of July. Please download the submission checklist form and contact Rachael Dzikonski at email@example.com
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