Calls for Entry, Exhibitions, Workshops, etc…)
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: THE NEW BEHIVE
The goal of the New Beehive project is to explore, expand, and challenge the uses of beehive iconography in Utah. Artists from diverse creative and cultural perspectives are invited to propose an original artwork inspired by Utah’s state symbol, the beehive, or associated imagery such as honeycomb, bees, and beekeeping. Read More…
Registration is now underway for the popular annual “Plein Air Utah” going online with an amazing workshop January 21-23, 2021. Learn from many of Utah’s most acclaimed plein air artists from the comfort of your own homes. UWS members Rebecca Hartvigsen, Tom Howard, and Roland Lee will all be presenting live demos along with dozens of other top artists . A full 3-day schedule of live demonstrations, discussions, and workshops has been organized through association with the Sentient Academy. Get your questions answered and pump up your art with this amazing three-day virtual conference. Early bird price of $300. Details at pleinairutahlive.sentientacademy.com/
Winslow Art Center Winter 2021 Online Juried Show and Sale
Plein Air sessions are in full swing!
There are currently two sessions a week that you may attend. Artists meet on location on Saturday mornings at 8:00 am and on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm. Locations are announced on our FB page. Artists bring their own supplies. You can paint, draw, photograph, etc.! This is a great activity for artists to socialize while still practicing social distancing since we are outside! We can still stay connected and create together! You do not have to be a member of TCAG to participate in our Plein Air sessions. Everyone is welcome no matter what your skill level is. Please join us!
Make a Splash! Call for Entries
EXHIBITION DATES: Nov 14, 2020-Feb 20, 2021
Entry Deadline-July 31, 2020
Be a part of the National Watercolor Society (NWS) 100 Year Celebratory Exhibition
at the Hilbert Museum of California Art
We have teamed up to organize a must-enter exhibition.
|This exhibition is open to ALL current members of NWS|
|NWS First 100 Years Exhibition |
CLICK HERE FOR PROSPECTUS
Entry is through – CallforEntry
Direct link to CaFE
This November, as a final culmination of the NWS 100 year anniversary celebrations, the National Watercolor Society and Hilbert Museum of California Art have teemed up to organize a must-enter juried exhibition (see a write up in The Art of Watercolour Magazine, issue #38).The paintings in this exhibition will be selected by NWS past presidents, Gerald Brommer and Ken Goldman, and will feature up to 80 artworks of NWS members displayed in close proximity to famous 20th century “California Scene Painters.” It was this group who originally formed the California Watercolor Society in 1920 with a goal of arranging high quality exhibitions of watercolors to help further the appreciation and understanding of work done in this medium. This same society, now called the National Watercolor Society, still maintains the same high standards of excellence begun 100 years ago.
Images courtesy of the Hilbert Museum of California Art Chapman University
CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://www.smofa.org/96th-spring-salon.php
UWS member, Jana Parkin, will be teaching a workshop at a castle in France in June 2020. Marouatte Castle, in the Dordogne region, sits on 240 acres of woodlands and looks like a fairy tale castle! Artists actually get to stay at a private room in the castle. Each has a private bath as well. We will also take day trips to the surrounding villages, which are amazingly picturesque and begging to be painted. Fairly nearby are the famed Lascaux caves, and Grotte de Villars with Neolithic paintings dating from 19,000 BC.
UWS Member Becky Hartvigsen is teaching painting classes at her home every Friday.
Morning: 10:00am – 12:00pm – Watercolor class ($20 per class)
Afternoon: 1:00pm – 3:00pm – Oil class ($20 per class)
Contact her to reserve a spot. (firstname.lastname@example.org or use your UWS directory to look up her phone number)