Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Huntington Arts Council : Call to artists, Objects Found, Early Deadline Dec. 21.2018

CALL TARTISTS
Siddhartha Relic by Tara Leale Porter

OBJECTS FOUND

ENTRY DEADLINE DECEMBER 21, 2018
The "Objects Found" exhibition will feature artwork that incorporates salvaged materials. During the creative process, consider still lifes, Joseph Cornell's ephemera-filled boxes, Tim Noble's and Sue Webster's discarded item assemblages, Jim Golden's object photography, Jane Perkins' 3D-collage portraits, etc. Use items you've found or collected-from twigs, buttons, and antiques to toys, textiles, etc.-to complete your work. 
Juror Tara Leale Porter of Red Lotus Fused Glass Art creates a narrative in her artwork through a dialogue of materials. She interweaves her fused glass with found objects that have a time-worn patina to construct stories of destruction and regeneration. Leale Porter has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute and a Master of Arts in Art Therapy via Hofstra University.


EXHIBIT DATES 
* February 15 - March 23, 2019

ENTRIES 
* Entries must be original to entrant. Framed 
entries require hanging wire. Submission  
materials cannot be returned.
* Selected works are chosen by the juror. No  
more than two works per artist are selected. 

ELIGIBILITY
* All artists and media.

For more information and to submit online click here.
To download prospectus click here.
About Huntington Arts Council
Now celebrating its 56th Anniversary, the Huntington Arts Council is a legitimate 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization which enriches the quality of life of Long Islanders with programs and services that address the needs and interests of artists, cultural organizations and the community. The Council's programs reach over one million Long Island residents, and it serves the entire region with its cultural listings at www.huntingtonarts.org. The Huntington Arts Council has been designated a "Primary Institution" by the New York State Council on the Arts, a title meaning "vital to the cultural life of New York State." The Council is the official arts coordinating agency for the Town of Huntington, and serves as the primary regranting agency on Long Island for the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), in addition to its services to over 600 member cultural organizations and individual artist members. Programs are made possible in part by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts, the Town of Huntington, the Suffolk County Department of Cultural Affairs, the County of Suffolk, corporations, foundations and individuals.
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Emily Fromm Opening Reception Friday 1/11/2019 from 5:00 PM - 11:30 PM 111 Minna Gallery



































































What: 'NO VACANCY' Solo Exhibition by Emily Fromm

When: Begins 1/11/2018- Ends 2/23/2018
Opening Reception Friday 1/11/2019 from 5:00 PM - 11:30 PM

Where: 111 Minna Gallery
  111 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94105

Emily Fromm Artist Statement - NO VACANCY:
          
Emily Fromm employs a style reminiscent of vintage cartoons and comic books to illustrate the over-the-top yet seedy aesthetic of the American West. Her large-scale landscapes are rendered in flat, limited color palettes with bold hand-painted line work, and have centralized on subjects from forgotten corners of Los Angeles, seedy stops along highways in the Southwest, staples of downtown Las Vegas and of course, iconic locations in San Francisco. Her new series, No Vacancy, narrows her lens to focus on the unique qualities of the contemporary urban landscape, and the interaction between the city’s ever-changing physical construction and residents.

The show will also contain several paintings created for a public art project in conjunction with the San Francisco Arts Commission for San Francisco International Airport, to be installed in early 2020. These paintings will ultimately be adapted into ceramic tile mosaic to create large-scale wall-mounted vignettes of Fromm’s San Francisco-centric scenes, which will be installed in the redeveloped Terminal One upon its opening. The paintings will be available to view at 111 Minna, and some of the earlier concept paintings will be available for purchase.

Finally, No Vacancy will also include a smaller experimental project entitled Barry. Harkening back to her earlier career when she would paint on scrap wood discarded from construction sites and scavenged under freeway overpasses, this series is painted exclusively on found materials collected from the streets of San Francisco’s Sunset District and Ocean Beach, including pieces of broken furniture and planks of wood from a discarded fence. The focus of the series is on one character named Barry, who lives in an alternate version of San Francisco. Designed as an experiment to develop an identity for a single character, Barry has allowed Emily to part from direct depiction and to flesh out a slice of life for an imagined individual, allowing inspiration to come from friends, family and experiences in the city.
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Marco Sassone : Homeless on the Streets Jan.24-April 21







































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Thursday, December 6, 2018

SATELLITE ART SHOW OPENING TODAY! DECEMBER 6 - 9 • MIAMI, FL

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SATELLITE ART SHOW


OPENING TODAY!

DECEMBER 6 - 9 • MIAMI, FL

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SATELLITE ART SHOW OPENS TODAY!


SATELLITE triumphantly returns to Miami Art Week with a brand new format and an increased focus on experiential works of art. SATELLITE will forgo a typical tent structure and will instead present large-scale outdoor installations, gallery exhibitions inside of shipping containers, exhibitions inside of vehicles and of course a robust performance program (full listing below). Our alternative venue coupled with our focus on experiential installations makes SATELLITE the antithesis to the standard art fair. We look forward to welcoming you!
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2018 EXHIBITORS

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Cool Shit; London, UK 
Electric Pickle; Miami, FL 
Chapman University; Orange, CA 
Famous on Mars; Brooklyn, NY 
Smooth Muscle; Brooklyn, NY 
Fountain of Pythons; Tampa, FL 
SOMArts; San Francisco 
Toxic Waste Face; San Francisco 
Center Street Studio; Boston, MA 
Millagros Collective; Miami, FL 
Frida Kahlo House; Mexico City, CDMX / New York, NY 
Dangerous Rose; New Orleans, LA 
SVA MFA Fine Arts; New York, NY 
The Remix; New York, NY 
Soft Power (Julia Sinelnikova and Zandi Dandizette); Brooklyn NY 
Current Museum; New York, NY 
Sleeper; Miami, FL 
Amazing Industries; Brooklyn, NY 
Phoenix Liberation Studios; New Orleans, LA 
SVA MFA Art Practice; New York, NY 
Curatious; New York, NY 
Tailgate Project; Miami, FL 
Arcade Project; New York, NY 
Arts + Crafts Research Studio; Brooklyn, NY 
The Femocrats; Brooklyn, NY 
Lori Cuisinier; New Orleans, LA 
King Mallard; Brooklyn, NY 
Anything Project; Roaming, US 
Real Donna J Trump (Making You Say Merry Christmas Again); Atlanta, GA 
Aubrey Vollrath; Miami, FL 
Barbie Dreamhouse; New York, NY 
TANGA; Miami, FL 
Norman Paris; New York, NY 
Spicy Curtains Cabaret; New Orleans, LA 
Flatsitter; Buffalo, NY 
Performance is Alive; New York, NY 
Bravin Lee Programing; New York, NY 
Broken Heart Repair Shop; Los Angeles, CA 
Erin KO; New York, NY 
Eco Age; Brooklyn, NY 
Portal; Providence, RI 
Unite Design CO; Harbour Beach, FL

PUBLIC INSTALLATIONS AND VEHICLE EXHIBITIONS:

Snoop Dog Hot Dogs” by Cool Shit, “light baths” by King Mallard, “The Donald Trump Tombstone” by Center Street Studio XXXX” by Sleeper, "Trump Rat” Produced by and Courtesy of Bravin Lee Programs, “Shipping Loss” by Norman Paris, “Witness I & II” by Sonya Blesofsky, “Ice Cream Dream” by Millagros Collective, “Fantastic Fiat” by the School of Visual Arts MFA dept, “Llama Bus” by Anything Project, “Sanctum” VR experience by Flatsitter, sculptural installations by Zach Cahill and “Original Mouth Salacious South” by Tailgate Projects.
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Works by Aubrey Vollrath

VISIT


PRESS PREVIEW 
December 6th: 3pm – 11pm
2018 HOURS 
December 6th: 3pm – 11pm 
December 7th: 3pm – 11pm 
December 8th: 3pm – 11pm 
December 9th: 2pm – 7pm
LATE NIGHT 
December 6th: 11pm - late 
December 7th: 11pm - late 
December 8th: 11pm - late
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SCOPE MIAMI BEACH | OPEN TODAY 11AM-8PM

GBG Arts at SCOPE Miami Beach 2018
SCOPE MIAMI BEACH | OPEN TODAY 11AM-8PM
DECEMBER 04-09 | 8TH + OCEAN
Celebrating its 18th edition, SCOPE Miami Beach returns to its bespoke pavilion on the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Honoring its ongoing mission to provide a platform for discovery, SCOPE welcomes a diverse range of over 130 contemporary exhibitors, including a selection of participants representing SCOPE's New Contemporary section.

SCOPE will continue acclaimed 360° experience of VIP Programming, immersive Special Projects, compelling brand integrations and a dynamic array of Museum and Cultural Partners, as well as welcoming legendary publication HI-FRUCTOSE to the SCOPE Atrium.

 
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
PLATINUM FIRST VIEW
Tues | Dec 4 | 12pm - 4pm  
Platinum Cardholders  
VIP + PRESS PREVIEW  
Tues | Dec 4 | 4pm - 8pm   
VIP Cardholders + Press  
PUBLIC HOURS  
Wed-Sun | Dec 5-9 | 11am- 8pm
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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Tonight!!! Catch Jon Paris ,JIMI HENDRIX BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION at the THE CUTTING ROOM 44 E. 32nd St.

JIMI HENDRIX BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!  
featuring JON PARIS with Amy Madden (bass) and Steve Holley (drums) plus Special Guests!
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 - 9:30pm   
THE CUTTING ROOM 
44 E. 32nd St. (btwn. Madison Ave. and Park Avenue South)
New York, NY 10016

 
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I enjoyed this: Denise Bibro, Nov. 15-Dec.15, 2018,Frances Middendorf, Dog Fight and Visitor, Sanguine chalk and gum arabic on paper, 30 x 22 inches, 2004



November, 2018

PICK OF THE WEEK
Sleepless Nights


November 15 - December 15, 2018

          Frances Middendorf, Dog Fight and Visitor, Sanguine chalk and gum arabic on paper, 30 x 22 inches, 2004
Click here for the Press Release
  
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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

A Very INteresting Eco-Art Exhibition:Julian Charrière: An Invitation to Disappear Ben Brown Fine Arts, Hong Kong 2 November 2018 – 12 January 2019

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An Invitation to Disappear - Sabah, 2018
Archival pigment print, 150 x 187.5 cm; (59 1/8 x 73 7/8 in.), Edition of 3 + 1 AP

Julian Charrière: An Invitation to Disappear

Ben Brown Fine Arts, Hong Kong

2 November 2018 – 12 January 2019


朱利安•夏利耶:《一场消失的邀请》

Ben Brown画廊,香港

展期:2018年11月2日至2019年1月12日

Ben Brown Fine Arts is pleased to present our first solo exhibition with Julian Charrière, An Invitation to Disappear, at the Hong Kong gallery. Charrière is a conceptual artist whose work includes installation, performance, sculpture, video and photography, often informed by his expeditions to remote, geologically imperiled parts of the world.  His work offers a poignant reflection and vital commentary on the effects of mankind on the Earth’s precious and fleeting resources, and how rapidly our cultural and geological landscapes are shifting.

HONG KONG GALLERY
303 Pedder Building, 
12 Pedder Street
Central, Hong Kong
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Call to artists!!! This looks like fun if you like summer art getaways:47th Crested Butte Arts Festival (CO) August 2-4, 2019

47th Crested Butte Arts Festival (CO)
August 2-4, 2019
Apply Here
Application Deadline 3/1/19


Call to Artists

WHAT: 47th Annual Crested Butte Arts Festival
 
WHERE: Historic Elk Avenue, Crested Butte Colorado
    

WHEN: August 2-4, 2019
           Friday 5pm - 9pm; Saturday - Sunday 10am - 5pm

The Festival is opening on Friday evening! Please plan on arriving in Crested Butte no later than 11 am on Friday, August 2nd, to ensure your booth is set up by 5 pm, when the Festival officially opens. 
            
NOTEWORTHY:  
*Limited to approximately 165 artists
*Reserved artist parking
*Security throughout show
*Booth Sitting
*Food and drinks throughout show
*Artist and VIP awards dinner
*Color thumbnail in program with artist contact information      *Links on festival website to artists gallery
*Extensive marketing of show in key media outlets including: print, digital, social and radio.
*Booth Space is 10'x10' with 1' buffer
*Jury fee $35
*Booth Fee $386 single booth, $465 corner, doubles are available
  
The Crested Butte Arts Festival will be August 2-4, 2019. Approximately 165 artists will line Historic Elk Avenue - nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountains. Sales at this show continue to increase as word spreads about the quality of artists exhibiting after a very competitive jury process. The Crested Butte Arts Festival is gaining national attention and sponsorship and draws a savvy, sophisticated art buying clientele.
The charming and eclectic town of Crested Butte, a National Historic District, is the venue for this outdoor show. Admission and parking are free and entertainment, children's programs and hands-on workshops are scheduled throughout the weekend. Truly one of the industry's best kept secrets, the Crested Butte Arts Festival must be experienced to be believed!
     

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS on ZAPP
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Notification Emailed: Mid-April, 2019 
Booth Fee Due: May 28, 2019
For more information please visit www.crestedbutteartsfestival.com
Email questions to Chelsea Dalporto-McDowell, Executive Director at Chelsea@crestedbutteartsfestival.com  or call 970-349-1184


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