Call for Artists
Deadline: Monday, September 27, 2004.
War or Peace at Warehouse Gallery. October 15-November 14, 2004. Opening reception Friday, October 15. One of five Washington exhibitions relating to the theme. All work in War or Peace will be juried from digital images. Juror for two dimensional work is Molly Ruppert, Director of Warehouse Gallery; Juror for sculpture: Judy A. Greenberg, Director of The Kreeger Museum.
Two-dimensional work: Send Jpegs to: RuppertM@erols.com.
Sculpture: Send Jpegs (two views of each work) to: email@example.com.
Please include in the text of the email the following info:
title of work
There will be no entry or hanging fees but a commission of 20% of all sales will be taken by the gallery.
Maximum dimensions: 9 feet height, 8 or 10 feet width.
Notification by October 4. Further information: email MJ@webworqs.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, September 10, 2004
Call for Artists
In a show surely to stir controversy, GMU professor Chawky Frenn opens tonite at our Bethesda gallery with a show titled "US and Them." Read an excellent profile of Frenn by Dave Jamieson in the current issue of the Washington City Paper here.
The opening reception is from 6-9 PM as part of the Bethesda Art Walk. See you there!
Those of you who know me, also know how much I dislike stereo-typing anything. And this being the first ever visit for me to Omaha (or Nebraska for that matter), guess what is the first thing that greet new arrivals to Omaha's Eppley Field Airport?
Thinking About Art has some pretty potent words both in praise of the Trawick Prize: The Bethesda Contemporary Art Awards, and also in criticism of the poor curatorial job done by the three jurors.
As soon as I get back from Cornhuskerland I will go see the show and offer my own comments on the subject, but judging from the photos posted by J.T. about the selected works, I am already finding myself somewhat agreeing with Kirkland.