Feb
2
Apr 4

Material: Hard & Soft

This annual competition and exhibition of contemporary crafts was started in 1987 and is now in it's 27th year. Recognized nationally, Materials: Hard & Soft attracts hundreds of entries from every state in the union. Nationally recognized jurors select the show from slides and then award $5000 in prize money. The juror has always selected the winning pieces on-site. A catalog is printed. Many of the artists seen in the Materials exhibitions have been featured in national publications such as American Craft.

400 East Hickory St

Denton, TX 76201

Telephone: (940) 382-2787

Fax: (940) 383-1467

Jan
24
Feb 8

Triage

C4 Atlanta, Alternate ROOTS and WonderRoot are proud to announce an all-media exhibition, “Triage”, the 1st Annual Juried Exhibition to be hosted at Fuse Arts Center in Atlanta, GA in February 2014. Juried by Louise Shaw, Wyatt Williams and Stuart Shapiro, “Triage” will showcase artwork by C4 Atlanta, WonderRoot and Alternate ROOTS members that explores broad issues of health and wellness, exploring its presence or absence. 

Exhibition Dates: Friday, January 24 – Saturday, February 8, 2013

Opening: 7 -9 pm, Friday, January 24

Panel and “Best in Show” Announcement: 6 – 9 pm, First Thursday, February 6

Place: Fuse Arts Center, 115 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta  GA 30303. Directions & Parking

Dec
6
Jan 25

Craft Forms

Dec 6, 2013 - Jan 25, 2014

Exhibition Events:

Preview Party Friday, December 6

6:00 - 10:00 pm

Call for Tickets 610-688-3553

Sat, Dec 7 1:00 - 4pm

Juror’s Lecture & Meet

the Artists

Wed, Dec 11 1:30 - 4pm Patron Collector’s Tour

Sat, Dec 14 10am - 3pm Holiday Shopping Sale

Craft & Cuisine

www.craftforms.org

413 Maplewood Ave

Wayne, PA 19087

610-688-3553

www.wayneart.org

Oct
18
Nov 17

Threads Contemporary Fiber Art

Call 520-398-2371 or visit www.TubacArts.org.

Sat. October 19th, 4pm - Speaker Series: - “Contemporary Fiber Art” presentation

with “Threads” juror, Kay Khan, 4pm at the art center

Sun., October 20th - Annual Meeting & “Wild West Fest” dinner

Sat., November 2nd, 2pm - Speaker Series - “Goldie Tracy Richmond: Indian Trader &

Quiltmaker” with Carolyn O’Bagy Davis - in partnership with the AZ Humanities Council

Sat. & Sun., November 2nd & 3rd, Printmaking demonstrations with Nicholas Wilson

Fri., November 15th - Jack Williams - Guitar & Song, 7:30pm

Fri. - Sun., November 15th, 16th, 17th - “Principles of Field Sketching”

workshop with Nicholas Wilson

Fri., November 22nd - Holiday Artisan Market Opening Reception, 5-7pm

Fri., November 22nd - “Best of the West” - Mountain Oyster Club Exhibit opens


Opening Reception Friday, October 18, 2013,

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Exhibit Dates: Fri., October 18 - Sun., November 17, 2013



 

Oct
12
10:00 am10:00

Artistic Genealogy: Charting Your Creative Journey

Saturday, October 12, 2013

 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Place: FUSE Arts Center

115 Martin Luther King Drive, Suite 225

Atlanta, GA 30303

Email: Actionteam@c4Atlanta.org

Phone: 404-WOW-ARTS (404-969-2787)

 TO SIGN UP OR INQUIRE ABOUT FUTURE ARTISTIC GENEALOGY WORKSHOPS:

http://c4atlanta.org/contact/

 What makes you an artist? Where does your unique voice come from? How does your creative work connect with your viewers? Could your past- and past experiences- hold half-buried clues for a richer future? Using psychology, anthropology, genetics, ancestry and more, human beings ask probing questions that look to the past, the present and the future, in a personal search to better understand themselves and their connection with others.

What is the “personal record” that YOU will leave behind? There certainly is a plethora of information available to artists on how to succeed financially, how to write a CV, how to find gallery representation, use social media promotional materials and more. Artists acquire skills, hone their craft with time and practice (and an inordinate amount of patience!) but often are not quite sure what meaning the making has. How does your creative work speak to your viewer? Does it speak at all?

Join nationally known Atlanta artist Leisa Rich for an enlightening, comprehensive and transformational workshop titled “Artistic Genealogy: Charting Your Creative Journey”. This brand-new approach is available nowhere else and is the culmination of 7 years of intensive research Leisa has done.

With Leisa’s help you’ll examine your ancestral, family, health, social, educational, artistic (visual arts/music/creative writing/dance/theatre- whatever your passion is!) and technological influences to create “trees” of your creative self. You’ll work on your own using introspective, personal response charts and in dynamic discussion groups to heighten your awareness of subtle connections, and will uncover fruitful directions for future work. Attendees will receive specific examples of how successful artists put their personal voice into their body of work, complete comprehensive worksheets in genealogy format to help them delve deeply into the things that can inspire heightened awareness of, and reveal, the self in the arts and participate in group and individual idea-building activities. According to Rich, the process is an excellent way for artists to get unstuck, find a new direction in their work and reveal new sources of ideas. Expect thoughtful insights, moments of self‐discovery, creative new avenues to pursue, and lots of fun with fellow artists.

Discover a better understanding of how your work has been informed by the past, and where it is going tomorrow!