MAY ART SHARE at the studio of ANN RHODES
When: Thursday, May 28
Where: Ann Rhodes' studio at TULA , Bennett St., Atlanta, GA
RSVP: Ann Rhodes firstname.lastname@example.org,
What to bring: Bring finished work or work-in-progress to share. Please keep your presentation and discussion to about 10 minutes… Or just come and enjoy the company. Please bring a nibble…WCA will provide beverages, including soda and wine. Guests and prospective members are welcome to attend.
Echo: Variations on a Theme at Meredith College (presented by WCAGA) - Deadline May 25, 2009:
Echo: Variations on a Theme provides opportunities for artists to explore and elaborate on the endless possibilities of a specific idea or theme as it unfolds and develops in the artist’s mind. Like the variations on a theme in a musical composition, the artist can revise the composition, color, line, texture, shape or media of the original theme in order to further the inherent conversation or dialogue with the viewer. Working in a series rather than on a single presentation of a theme acknowledges the natural process that ideas undergo as they illuminate, develop, change and give rise to related and new ideas.
Ann Roth is gallery director and teaches color theory at Meredith College, Raleigh, North Carolina. She has held curatorial and administrative positions in universities, non-profit arts organizations and commercial galleries since 1976. She has served as Juror for numerous exhibitions, including the Town of Cary's Lazy Daze Arts Festival, Artspace, the Visual Art Exchange and the Raleigh Arts Commission. Ms. Roth is also a weaver. Her hand dyed and woven rugs have been exhibited at the NC State Craft Center, American Craft Council Southeastern Regional Exhibition and in Meredith College art faculty shows. She received her MFA in textile design from the University of Kansas and her BFA from the University of Michigan.
Requirements for accepted work:
1. All Two-Dimensional work must be appropriately and professionally presented and ready to hang. Information regarding hanging requirements at Meredith’s Gallery will be sent along with notification to accepted artists.
2. Three-Dimensional work must be stable on a flat surface.3. Include special instructions for installation work, if necessary. Artist must handle any involved installations.
Current and new members of the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) are invited to submit up to six pieces of original art work. Accepted artists must be a paid-up 2009 WCA member in order to exhibit. The exhibition entry fee does not cover the WCA membership. For new or renewal WCA membership see: www.nationalwca.org
Rules of Entry:
1. Entries will be judged from digital, Jpeg format,300 dpi, size 4” x 6”. A maximum of six works may be submitted in either of the following two formats:
a. One series of 3 to 6 images to form a
thematic body of work
b. Two series of 3 images, each series
to form a thematic body of work
2. Each 2D work may NOT exceed 36” including framed images.
3. All media except video are accepted.
3-D work will be placed close to a wall due to traffic flow through the gallery space. Nothing may be hung from the ceiling.
4. All digital files must be accompanied by an Official Entry Form that lists title, media, size, date and price.
5. Attach a short statement of no more than 150 words about your work as it relates to the exhibition theme.
6. Entries must be received by
May 25, 2009. Late entries will not be considered.
7. There is a $25.00 entry fee.
For more information, visit the Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia website.