Just had a good walkthrough of Options 2005 and I'll be writing a review for a local paper later this week.
Tonight I'll be at the The 12th annual cocktail reception and live auction benefiting Whitman-Walker Clinic.
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Capitol Arts Network presents "125", a holiday art sale as part of the next Bethesda Art Walk, taking place at 4850 Rugby Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland.
The concept is simple: bring your art, up to five pieces (any media) to the gallery on October 29th, from 1pm to 4pm, along with the registration form and $25.
The night of the show, November 11th, all work will be priced at $125. If your work sells, you get $100, the nonprofit gets $25. No jurying, no hassle. Work can be framed, matted, and/or bin ready, or tabletop. Registration forms and more info can be found at www.capitolartsnetwork.com.
They will accept work until the gallery is full, so come early!
Opportunity for Artists
Deadline December 9, 2005.
Call for Entries: Stretched Tight at Target Gallery. The juror is my good friend and fellow blogger Jack Rasmussen, Director and Curator of the Katzen Arts Center at American University.
Stretched Tight is an exhibition that is open to all artists in the United States and abroad working in the medium of painting. Artists are encouraged to submit work that challenges conventional notions. Work may represent a broad range of subjects, genres, concepts and/or processes. Show dates February 24-March 26, 2006
Entry fee $30.00 for 3 images (slide or CD). $500.00 in award money. For a prospectus send a SASE to:
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 North Union Street, Alexandria VA 22314
Call 703-838-4565 ext 4, or E-mail: email@example.com
In just a handful of hours I'm receiving a lot of feedback on my old Video Biennial idea, including some great feedback from a Smithsonian specialist who informs me that the booths shouldn't use Lexan, but instead perhaps something along this Mylar polyester coating.