O'Steen on Caldwell
Danielle O'Steen reviews Colby Caldwell's two concurrent exhibitions in DC - read that review here.
This dual-solo show event(s) has got to be a first for me and for the DMV in general: one artist having two individual shows at the same time in two separate individually owned, independent commercial fine arts galleries.
Caldwell is one of the artists in my 100 Artists of Washington, DC book.
Way to go Colby!
Friday, March 30, 2012
O'Steen on Caldwell
WaPo announces the new guy in charge of Arts coverage
John Temple, former editor and publisher of the Rocky Mountain News, has been hired by the WaPo as a managing editor.
Temple will oversee the areas that focus on the WaPo's local DMV audience, including its Metro section, sports and arts coverage.
DC Art News welcomes Temple to the area, and if he ever wants to listen to the DMV's number one expert on how the WaPo can improve its local arts coverage, the beer is on me.
Opportunity for DC area artists
Deadline: April 19, 2012
The Capitol Hill ART League presents its Third Annual Metro DC open juried exhibition: It’s a Wonderful World?
All artists, 18 years of age or older residing in the Washington, DC metropolitan area are eligible to enter.
Deadline for submissions is Thursday April 19, 2012.
The Capitol Hill ART League (CHAL) is a program of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Located in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood in Washington, DC, CHAL is composed of approximately 100 artists. Each season CHAL mounts a series of seven juried exhibitions and conducts gallery talks at the openings; CHAL hosts lectures on a variety of art related topics, offers workshops, and strives to develop a supportive artistic community. The greater Washington community is encouraged to participate in all of these events.
JUROR: I am honored to return as this year's juror.
ENTRY: Selections for the show will be made by the judge from JPEG images submitted by the artists. All work must be original and signed by the artist. Any work previously shown at a Capitol Hill ART League juried show is ineligible. All work must have been created within the last three years.
ENTRY FEES: Up to 3 entries may be submitted for a non-refundable fee of $15 for current Capitol Hill Art League members or $30 for the community at large (non members). Up to two additional entries may be submitted at $5 each. Artists submitting 3-dimensional work may provide two images of each piece.
AWARDS: Awards will be decided by the judge and will include cash awards for ‘Best in Show’, and ‘Merit’ awards. Two Honorable mentions will be awarded. All awards will be presented at the opening reception with the judge’s talk on Saturday, May 12, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 PM.
SALES: A 30% commission will be deducted from CHAL members’ exhibition sales and 35% commission on all non-member exhibition sales. All work must be for sale and the price submitted on the registration form will be the price presented at the time of the show for accepted work.
April 19, 2012 - deadline for entries
April 30, 2012 - Notification sent to accepted Artists
May 4-9, 2012 - Art delivery dates
May 12, 2012 - Artists’ Reception and Awards, Presentation (5:00 - 7:00 pm)
June 1, 2012 - Exhibition closes
June 2-6, 2012 - Pick up artwork
Contact info: email@example.com Prospectus at: www.caphillartleague.org