to enter work go to "call for entries" on the homepage. Paper prospectuses are generally available two months in advance of the entry deadline and can be picked up at the Art Center, downloaded by clicking on the link in the call for entries, or requested by e-mail from email@example.com
February 17 - March 26
Main Gallery: "Reflections & Shadows"
Open to all mediums, this exhibition focuses on the duality of light and dark, and on reflections of every kind, including the introspective or narcissistic ones.
March 31 - April 16
Main Gallery : “Exhibition 60+, Creative expression by artists 60 and over”
A repeat of the wildly successful salon style show we had in our former gallery on Depot Street, this exhibition will specifically feature work by artists 60 and over. One piece per artist, we accept work until there is no space left! Intake is March 29, between 2 and 6 pm. HAND DELIVERED work only.
April 21 - May 7
Main Gallery: Youth Show: "LET IT BE...KIDS"
Following on the success of this year’s Youth Art Show, once again young artists from local Elementary schools are taking over the gallery.
June 16 - July 23
Main Gallery: "Blue"
Blue oceans, blue skies, blue cars, blue eyes, cornflowers and blueberries, seeing blue. All Blue.
Gallery II: "Painted Words" Juried Calligraphy Exhibition
Juror: Carl Rohrs.
July 28 - September 3
Main Gallery: FIBER ART VIII International Biennial Fiber Arts Exhibition in collaboration with Surface Design Association
Deadline Submissions: Monday, June 19, 4 pm ONLINE applications ONLY
International Biennial Exhibition. This signature biennial exhibition, in collaboration with Surface Design Association, invites national and international artists to submit innovative and traditional fiber art work, contemporary concepts using either traditional or unusual materials. Accepting both two and three dimensional pieces, including wearable and large installation art. Jurors: Wendy Lugg, Jason Pollen and Eszter Bornemisza.
Awards: Best of Show $500, Second Prize $200, Surface Design Association Award of Excellence: Membership to SDA, Coordinators' Merit Awards.
Eszter Bornemisza creates wall-hangings, installations, and objects from the ubiquitous material of waste newspaper and cloth. The choice of material plays a central role in her work as it provides further visual experiences by their ephemeral character. Originally a mathematician, she started working with textiles in the late 1990’s with exploring her own ways in surface design and quilting. She has extensively exhibited internationally and won several prizes. She lives in Budapest, Hungary. http://www.bornemisza.com/
Wendy Lugg is an internationally respected Australian artist, curator, writer and teacher. She has been Artist in Residence with the Royal Western Australian Historical Society since 2009 and was the past International Representative for Surface Design Association. In a career spanning 30 years she has taught, curated many exhibitions, undertaken arts residencies, and has had solo exhibitions in numerous countries. Her current on-line exhibition "Mapping Memory" is at http://slwa.gov.au/mappingmemory/ Her website is https://wendylugg.com/
Jason Pollen is an internationally renowned artist/educator. He served on the faculties of the Royal College of Art in London, Parsons School of Design in New York, and Kansas City Art Institute. He was President of Surface Design Association for 16 years. Penland School of Crafts named him Outstanding Artist/Educator of the year in 2012. Recent installations are currently on view in Paris and Venice. "Shimmer", a one-person show, will open in November 2016 in Kansas City. http://www.jasonpollen.com/
October 27 – December 3
Main Gallery: "Got Glass!!!"
Glass work as never seen here before. Deadline for submissions September 12.