Friday, March 29, 2019

Portland Museum of Art, "In the Vanguard", May 24 -September 8th


MAY 24–SEPTEMBER 8, 2019

In the Vanguard: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1950-1969 explores how an experimental school in rural Maine transformed art, craft, and design in the 20th century and helped define the aesthetics of the nation’s counterculture.

Weaving instructor Trude Guermonprez, 1956. Image courtesy Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.
The artists of the school’s early years—Anni Albers, Dale Chihuly, Robert Ebendorf, Jack Lenor Larsen, M.C. Richards, and Toshiko Takaezu—contributed to a dynamic community of craftspeople who broke new ground across a wide range of media. In the Vanguard is the first major museum exhibition focused solely on this school, as well as the PMA’s first exhibition to be supported by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Its insights will revise the narrative of midcentury art and craft in America.

Portland Museum of Art
7 Congress Square
Portland, ME 04101

Philadelphia Fine Art Fair, Fremin Gallery, April 4th. Would be great to visit !!!

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Fremin Gallery is delighted to announce our participation at the upcoming Philadelphia Fine Art Fair, visit us at booth 135. Tickets available upon request at

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Thursday, April 4th 
Opening Night Preview 
6pm to 10pm
Friday, April 5th 
Show Hours | 11am to 7pm
Saturday, April 6th 
Show Hours | 11am to 6pm
Sunday, April 7th 
Show Hours | 11am to 5pm
Location at the 23rd Street Armory 
The City Troop 23rd Street Armory, FTPCC Armory 
22 South 23rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Rochester Contemporary Art Center displays the 6X6 exhibition. Catch it till April 16th.!!!!

Rochester Contemporary Art Center
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Have You Made Your 6x6?
Every day we’re receiving artworks that will be part of the international small art phenomenon. Packages have arrived from Spain, Portugal, Germany, Japan, Canada and many U.S. states! Thank you if you’ve already mailed or dropped off your 6x6 entries and if not…get those creative juices flowing! There is still plenty of time to create your artwork before April 14!Mail to:
Rochester Contemporary Art Center
137 East Ave
Rochester, NY 14604
Use #RoCo6x6 on your favorite social media platform!

Catch the Maybaum Gallery Exhibition of Simon Nicholas in San Francisco

We are pleased to introduce a new artist to our roster, British painter- Simon Nicholas.

"Using formal elements such as underlying grids, repetition and pattern, I wish to create pictures which swing ambiguously between figuration and abstraction." -Nicholas

This series is based on gallery and museum spaces, where the borders between reality, fiction and photographic representation are brought into question. The perceptive process in these paintings is apparently reversed: the viewers in the gallery often appear to be seen from the perspective of the actual paintings hanging on the wall. The paintings are entirely dependent on a working process of “making it up as you go along”, the results more often than not being the sum of an endless series of corrections and over-paintings.

To view the full collection please click here. Please stop by the gallery to view these museum quality works in person.

Kind Regards,


Maybaum Gallery
49 Geary Street, Suite 416
San Francisco, CA 94108

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:30am - 5:30pm
Crossing III, Oil on Linen, 65 x 61 inches
Bankside, Oil on Linen, 61 x 65 inches
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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Deadline to apply for the 25th Annual Stone Arch Bridge Festival June 15-16, 2019 April 10th

 25th Annual Stone Arch Bridge Festival
June 15-16, 2019
Apply Here
Deadline 4/10/19
   Call to Artists
Watch our Video Here

WHAT: 25th Annual Stone Arch Bridge Festival 
LOCATION: Minneapolis Riverfront, MN 
DATE: June 15-16, 2019 
Saturday 10am-7pm / Sunday 10am-5pm

*Limited to 200 artists 
*Estimated attendance 75,000
*Friday Set-up 
*Nearby and Free artist parking
*Overnight Security
*Festival Favorite Awards (13/one each category)
*On-site Festival Staff
*Over $150,000 in PR and Marketing
*Jury Fee: $25
*Booth Fee: $350-$475 (12'x10'), Corner +$100

Minneapolis Riverfront District is an ideal setting for this legacy festival of the arts! The festival stretches along the Mississippi River anchored by the historic Stone Arch Bridge and iconic Hennepin Avenue Bridge.

NEW SPECIAL OFFER -  Stone Arch Bridge Festival artists will receive an automatic invite and acceptance with NO jury fee to participate in Art in Bayfront Park! If you are accepted to the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, and want to participate in Art in Bayfront Park your jury fee for Art in Bayfront Park will be applied towards your booth fee. 
Deadline: April 10, 2019
Notification: April 17, 2019
Booth Payment Due: April 29, 2019

Email inquiries to Heather Williams at or call 952-473-6422
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Catch the The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum & Historical Society educational programs!!!

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The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum is planning to pilot the Sag Harbor Maritime Conservation Center for Children with a summer education program. The program consists of four one-week sessions in which students ages 8-12 take classes that integrate marine conservation, art projects inspired by the Museum’s collection, and visits from local artists, maritime industry professionals, and environmentalists.
Weekly session topics include:
· Ocean Cycles and ‘Up Cycling” Marine Debris – Learn about ocean conservation and the challenge of marine debris in our seas and beaches. The program culminates in creating an art piece from recycled debris. 
· Young Detectives - Learn about the life of Sag Harbor village children in ages past by deciphering clues from historical toys and objects. Design and build toys telling your story of village life today. 
· Luring a Fish (or Whale!) – Discover techniques used by fisherman over the last 400 years. Visiting fishermen can teach the children how it’s responsibly done today including how they build traps, nets, lures and even shellfish hatcheries. 
· A Young Person’s View: Telling Personal Stories Through Words and Pictures - Reflect on how villagers have told their stories of coastal life over time. Children work with local writers and artists to express their modern-day coastal experiences.
The objectives are to:
· Celebrate Sag Harbor’s maritime culture and history through the Museum’s collection and community. 
· Engage children with local artists, writers, tradesman, and maritime industry professionals. 
· Teach youth to engage with the waterfront and marine ecosystem in environmental responsible, culturally aware and creative ways.
The sessions will have a capacity of 10-12 students and will be held in the Whaling Museum’s galleries, classroom and grounds. The classes are designed and led by a qualified marine science educator and teaching assistant with contributions from the Museum’s Curator and special guests.
We ask that you kindly help us design our Pilot Program by providing feedback in the 1-minute survey here:

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Catch Danny Simmons , pattet Smith and others for The Art Of Poetry!!!!! See the schedule