Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, SCA’s on-site gallery is closed until local and national guidelines advise that it is safe to reopen such spaces. In the meantime, we’re continuing to hold Virtual Exhibitions and other events using the SCA website.
Please check-in with us as we begin to schedule new digital events.
Jully 11-Aug. 22, 2020
H20 Juried Exhibition: Artist Announcement
For this show, artists were asked to submit work related to anything and everything water related.... Think oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, brooks, but also aquariums, clouds, rain, flood, flow, steam, ice, glaciers, icebergs, wells, sources, or any other associations related.
After lengthy deliberation, the artists selected for this event have been announced!
September 1-30, 2020
"SebArts Virtual Open Studios”
Look for details on this very special event in the coming weeks.
Virtual Open Studios is our answer to the challenges quarantine has posed to both Art At The Source and Art Trails. While there is some chance social distancing restrictions will have loosened by September, when these beloved events typically occur, we have no way of knowing whether or not that will be the case, and also want to make sure our patrons have some options. We've therefore focused or attention on online exhibits and events.
We will still be putting our artists in contact with our members and the general public in a personal way, and want to showcase the jaw-dropping, diversity of talented local artists.
So, keep your eye out for details on this singular new event!
October 10 – November 24, 2020
"WHO ARE YOU?"
This exhibit is an exploration of identity, including its genesis, its relative permanence, and its performance. Is it something that comes from within? Is it imposed on one through social interactions? Is it adopted over time? What is the nature of this key element of how we understand and express ourselves. Specifically, artists were asked:
How is your identity informed by your ethnicity, who you love, your gender, your political or religious beliefs, the culture that resonates within you? How has your identity changed over the years? In what ways has your identity shaped or changed your life? Does the world see and accept you for who you are?
We hope art will help give voice to that which defines identity for a given person.. It can be very personal, or it can highlight a person or a cause that is about the concept.
Juror: Barbara Stout