New Year, New You! With Community Education, at the Art Academy of Cincinnati you can take your dreams into your own hands. Go ahead, Create Yourself.
Check out a great feature in City Beat on Aaron Kent (AAC ’09) and Southpaw Prints/DIY printing and his evolvement with Community Education.
LECTURE TUESDAY EVENING
Just a little arts to arts communication: Some of your staff and friends may want to attend this lecture next week at the Mercantile on the one artist’s thinking behind his work: http://www.nku.edu/news/_
Come if you can. Any help spreading the word appreciated. Students welcome!
Steven Finke, NKU professor
Mercantile Library, Cincinnati
6p, Oct. 22
“Impermanence and the Land”
Part of the Six@Six Lecture Series.
$6; students free with ID
Mark Neikirk | Executive Director | Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement | Northern Kentucky University | Founders Hall 536 | 859-572-1449
Home. Love. Neighborhood. Belonging.
Isolation. Outcast. Solitude. Longing.
What has your experience of community been?
We are looking for artists to submit pieces that share the varied interactions with or without a community.
Entry Deadline Sunday, November 3, 2013
No Entry Fee
Opening Night will be Friday, November 8, 2013 from 6-9pm
Show will run November 5th – December 7th
Theme & Eligibility
Work encompassing all styles and genres from emerging and established artists are encouraged in this exhibition. Examples include, but are not limited to paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, mixed media, etc…
Artist must be 18 or older and may be living anywhere in the World. All artwork must have been created in the last three years and not have been exhibited previously at Redtree Gallery. Work must be ready to install.
NO entry fee
Redtree Gallery retains a 35% commission and adds the required 6.5% sales tax for all gallery sales. All published and/or posted pricing of exhibited artwork will be determined directly from this entry form. Prices may not be changed during the coordination or the run of this exhibition.
Hand Delivered artwork and entry forms may be dropped off at any of the scheduled times:
Friday, November 1, 2013 from 7am-6pm
Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 8am-6pm
Sunday, November 3, 2013 from 10am-3pm
Mailed artwork and entry forms must be received by Saturday, November 2, 2013
Send to: Redtree Gallery, 3210 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45209, Re: Community
Mailed artwork must include an envelope/container for return shipping, with return postage and mailing labels included. Container must be adequate for return shipping.
Artists dropping artwork off will be notified of jury results by email (please make sure this is printed clearly on your form. If you do not have email we will call you) no later than Tuesday, November 5, 2013. Hand delivered artwork not selected may be picked up Tuesday, November 5, 2013 through Thursday, November 7, 2013 anytime between 7am-6pm. Mailed work not accepted will be returned the following week.
Each work is insured to a reasonable amount while turned over to the care of Redtree. Artists are responsible for insuring work while in transit. Artist are also responsible for providing work that is sturdy and durable for necessary hanging purposes.
Redtree reserves the right to photograph works for publicity and record.
Entering your art work in the competition shall indicate agreement with all of these terms and conditions.
Please download the Entry Form and submit artwork.
Make sure to stop by the Art Academy of Cincinnati to view Harper Ever After
October 4 – November 1, 2013
This is a museum quality exhibition featuring early works by husband and wife Charley & Edie Harper. Harper Ever After features hundreds of works that are rarely seen, and groupings depicting Charley’s relationship to the war. The exhibition is a dense network of drawings and prints that show a more complex vision of what you think you know about the Harpers.
Also, Art For Kids Class!
Link to more photos from the exhibition: http://www.artacademy.edu/exhibitions/2013/07harper/index.html
This year’s show is sure to be one of the most enjoyable! Thank you to all that applied and to our dedicated jurors, who really had their work cut out for them. We have a great variety of high quality artisans in this year’s show!!!
We continue to partner with The Art Academy of Cincinnati for our scholarship fund… Students up to age 24, will be considered for the scholarships which will be available from the proceeds of the show