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  • Wednesday, January 21, 2015 2:56 PM | Deleted user


    ImageOHIO 15 is the 15th annual celebration exhibition of the best photography, video and digital art created by Ohio artists! Proudly presented by ROY G BIV on N. High Street in Columbus, ImageOHIO 15 will take place at the Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery from January 20 (this Friday!) through February 20


    Join us this Friday, January 23rd, from 7- 9 in the evening at the Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery -located at 546 Jack Gibbs Blvd., Columbus, OH 43215- for the ImageOHIO 15 Opening Reception!

    An Artists' Panel Discussion is scheduled at the Shot Tower Gallery the afternoon of the exhibition closing (Feb. 20) from 1- 2 pm. 


    Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery hours are Monday- Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm.


    For more information on the ImageOHIO 15 exhibition, visit the ROY G BIV Facebook event page.


    In spirit of the exhibition, we would like to congratulate current OAL member Virginia Kistler, along with Darren Baker, Michelle Burdine, Kimberly Burleigh, Joy Christiansen Erb, Nicole Crock, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler with Nathaniel Bartlett, Ray Klimek, Paula Willmot Kraus, Kent Krugh, Tracy Longley-Cook, Lillianna Marie, Anna McDonough, Daniel McInnis, Frederick Needham, Ardine Nelson, The Page Collective, Griffin Pines, Jill Raymundo, Rachel Girard Reisert, Jason Schwab, Kaitlyn Jo Smith, Jessica Wascak, Nick Weiss, Joel Whitaker, Rachel Yurkovich

  • Wednesday, January 21, 2015 2:13 PM | Deleted user


    Majority Rising
    Cleveland’s Female Gaze

    OAL member,Judy Takács, is debuting her curatorial skills at the Majority Rising: Cleveland's Female Gaze Exhibition.  The exhibition showcases the work of some of Cleveland's most famous female artists such as: Shirley Aley Campbell, Lee Heinen, Kathleen McKenna, Marsha Sweet and Marilyn Szalay.  Judy will also be including her paintings of the other artists as her contribution to the exhibition.  Don't miss this wonderful exhibition of some of Cleveland's most talented and legendary artists!

    Public Opening Reception: Thursday March 12, 5:30 to 8:30


    Show dates March 12 through May 2 

    Artist Archives of the Western Reserve
    1834 East 123rd Street
    Cleveland, Ohio 44106


    Private Studio tours in conjunction with the exhibit:

    Lee Heinen Studio Tour, March 21, 2015, 1:00 to 2:30

    Judy Takács Studio Tour, April 11, 2015, 1:00 to 2:30

    Kathleen McKenna Studio Tour, April 18, 2015, 1:00 to 2:30

    Individual $20
    AAWR Member $15 

    To reserve your spot and buy your ticket to any of the studio tours, email Katelyn Gainer, Gallery and Administrative Assistant at kgainer@artistsarchives.org or call 216.721.9020.


  • Tuesday, January 13, 2015 2:40 PM | Deleted user


    Are you a fiber artist? Do you crochet or cross-stitch? Here is a TEDtalk that will be sure to light your fire for fiber! 

    For anyone who's been on the fence about the value of cross-stitchery in the modern world, then take a look at this amusingly insightful talk that the infamous Jamie 'Mr X Stitch' Chalmers recently gave at a TEDxBedford event back in November 2014 called "Why X Stitch is important".

    Check out the TEDx talk via the link below!

    http://youtu.be/kr154jHDeLY



  • Tuesday, January 13, 2015 2:36 PM | Deleted user


    Congratulations to OAL member Christine Guillot Ryan on her work featured in ‘Collage 2015′ at the Concourse Gallery in Upper Arlington.

    Collage 2015 features the artwork of six contemporary artists, Louise Captein, N. Penney Denning, Egle’ Gatins, Martin Hugo, Margee Bright-Ragland, and OAL member artist Christine Guillot Ryan, who explore a wide range of approaches to the media of collage and mixed media collage.

    Collage came out of the studio and into the exhibition halls early in the 20th century when Cubism fractured the traditional images of painting and sculpture. Often called the poor artist’s medium, it enabled the artist to be spontaneous and flexible, to move elements around quickly before committing to a final composition.

    About the Concourse Gallery: The Concourse Gallery is a public reception area of the Municipal Services Center and home to our Visual Arts Series. The City of Upper Arlington has dedicated this space to the arts for over 30 years. Their mission is to provide challenging, thought provoking, and dynamic exhibitions that foster discussion and education to all viewers. To learn more, please visit http://www.uaoh.net

  • Monday, January 12, 2015 1:09 PM | Deleted user



    Minerva Financial Arts is a company devoted to enhancing business and financial literacy among artists and arts organizations.  These courses are designed to do just that via self-study or online learning.  

    Affordable online classes, for only $29. But for OAL members receive a 50% discount with the following code, Minerva50.

    The material for each class offered will be available to review on-demand (for flexibility), and we've scheduled weekly chat times to preserve the community aspect of the courses. 

    January's first course: Goal Setting for Portfolio Careers

    Starts January 14, 2015, class scheduled to 'meet' every Wednesday in January, Allowing one week to finish each lesson.

    Goal Setting for Portfolio Careers is tailored for creative entrepreneurs looking to develop better tools to manage the business side of their art.  By managing multiple sources of income through a portfolio career and developing goals that are both quantified and attainable, creative entrepreneurs will increase their confidence in business financial matters... and maybe even their financial health in the process.   

    Online classes will be monitored by Minerva's founder, Elaine Grogan Luttrull. 

    For more information about Minerva and to register, please visit their registration page

  • Friday, January 09, 2015 8:05 PM | Deleted user

    The City of Kettering, Ohio, and the Kettering Arts Council invite artists working in any media to submit proposals for exhibition in Rosewood Gallery during the 2016 Exhibition Season (January - December). 

    Proposals must be postmarked by April, 30 2015! 

    Rosewood Gallery specializes in the exhibition of contemporary art by emerging local, regional and national artists. It is dedicated to the encouragement and creation of new works and to the promotion of the visual arts in the Dayton, Ohio area. Eight solo exhibitions are presented each year in Rosewood Gallery, sponsored by the Kettering Arts Council and the City of Kettering Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts, with support from the Ohio Arts Council.


    A selection committee composed of regional art professionals will make recommendations from submissions of work for exhibition. 2016 Exhibition Season jurors are Aaron Cowan, Director, DAAP Galleries; Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Design, University of Dayton; and Jessica Barry, Owner/President, School of Advertising Art and Member, Kettering Arts Council. Notifications of the jurors' decision will be mailed by the end of May 2015.
    All media will be considered for exhibition, including video and installation pieces. Exhibition proposals must include the following:

    1. A cover letter describing the proposed exhibition, any special installation requirements, and available dates.

    2. A resume, an artist's statement, a 2-3 line summary of artist’s statement, and previous exhibition record.

    3. Ten (10) images and a corresponding list stating titles, media, dimensions and dates. The committee will be presented with only 10 images for consideration. If the work you are submitting is for example only, please be specific in your explanation of what you propose to present in the gallery if selected. Digital submissions should be in JPEG format and must be labeled with the artist’s last name and entry number corresponding with the list provided. Example: Lastname1.jpg, Lastname2.jpg

    4. A self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like your submission information returned.
    The City of Kettering insures all works while on exhibition (please refer to our policy) and covers printing and distribution costs of an announcement mailer for each exhibit. A transportation and shipping honorarium of $100 is provided to artists. Any cost reimbursement requirements over and above the $100 honorarium should be listed and explained in the proposal. Rosewood Gallery does not provide equipment for multimedia installations. The gallery walls are fabric covered and cannot be altered other than standard hanging fasteners. Various pedestals are available for exhibitions. Educational programs and Artist Talks are encouraged. All inquiries and materials should be mailed to the address below.

    Tracy Flagg, Gallery Coordinator
    Rosewood Gallery
    2655 Olson Drive


  • Friday, January 09, 2015 7:39 PM | Deleted user
     

    Public Art Chattanooga

    January 30  

    Public Art Chattanooga is seeking qualifications from artists or artist teams for the commission and installation of a mural at 2001 Chestnut Street at West 20th Street in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Up to three finalists will be selected to develop concept proposals for this project.  Each finalist will be paid a $500 stipend.  The project budget for the selected commission is $25,000.  The Chestnut Street Gateway Mural will provide a transformative and dynamic visual anchor to this important gateway.

    The site is located on the southwest perimeter of Chattanooga's revitalized Southside neighborhood, and is adjacent to Finley Stadium and First Tennessee Pavilion, home to a variety of heavily attended public events including sports, a major fine art festival, and the Chattanooga Market, a weekly community farmer's and craft market.  Once a blighted and severely neglected industrial district, the Southside has experienced a rebirth through reinvestment and is being transformed into a thriving and urban neighborhood.  Only blocks away, a 3.5-mile extension of the award-winning Tennessee Riverpark is under construction that will connect Chattanooga;s downtown to South Chattanooga and significantly increase pedestrian and bike traffic.  Here, old and new neighbors embrace diversity, urban living, and the return of locally-owned businesses.

    For more information the full RFQ is available at: http://www.chattanooga.gov/images/citymedia/generalservices/Chesnut_Street_Gateway_Mural.pdf



  • Friday, January 09, 2015 6:59 PM | Deleted user

    VSA Ohio 

    January 27 

    On January 27 from 3-4pm VSA Ohio will offer a webinar titled "Tools and Techniques for Artists with and without Disabilities: How to Handle the Resistance in the Creative Process".  Many creatives experience creative blocks due to the resistance that is part of the creative process.  Too often, resistance stops the artist from making movement in their art work or out in their careers.  This includes artists with disabilities and without disabilities--no artist is immune to this challenge.  However, resistance can be a conduit for change when the artist uses techniques and strategies alongside their art making process.  When someone attains a disability or goes through some changes in their lives or artisitically this resistance can be stonger than normal.  This where developing a tookbox to handle the many changes that effects one's creativity becomes highly valuable to the artist.  This presentation addresses the many ways in which to redirect one's creativity. 

    To register visit: http://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/200000000028189472


  • Friday, January 09, 2015 6:41 PM | Deleted user

    Hearts United for One Billion Rising, the 2nd annual "Hearts United" Public Art Project.  Second Sight Studio will once again be facilitating a public art display that is open to anyone who would like to participate. Hearts United for One Billion Rising is a project in which individuals and collaborative groups create heart-shaped or heart-themed art to be displayed at the Bellows End schoolyard, just across the street from the studio.  Everyone is invited to convene at the schoolyard from 11am to 2pm on Saturday, February 14 to hang their artwork on the fences, enjoy the work of others, and then warm up at the studio with coffee and donuts. 

    This project is part of the global observance of One Billion Rising's "V-Day", a movement to draw attention to the need to end violence against women.  Last year, there were over 100 Columbus artist participants from elementary-school age all the way through adults.  This year, "Hearts United" is two cities strong, with a concurrent happening at House Tremont, an alternative art space in Cleveland.  

    For more information go to: http://www.secondsightfranklinton.com/#!hearts-united/c1oy6


  • Friday, January 09, 2015 4:46 PM | Deleted user

    ImageOHIO 15 

    Juried by Benjamin Montague  

    Exhibition runs from January 20-February 20, 2015, at the Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery 

    Opening Reception: Friday, January 23, from 7-9pm

    Artists' Panel Discussion: Friday, February 20, from 1-2pm  

    ROY G BIV presents ImageOHIO 15, their 15th annual exhibition of the best photography, video and digital art by Ohio artists.  This year's juror Benjamin Montague (Wright State University) selected 42 works by 25 artists and 1 artist collective, which collectively represent the innovative artwork produced in the Midwest. 


    Exhibition is at the Fort Hayes Shot Tower Gallery (546 Jack Gibbs Blvd., Columbus, OH 43215).  Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, from 9am-5pm 


    We would like to congratulate Ohio Art League artist, Virginia Kistler, for being selected along with Darren Baker, Michelle Burdine, Kimberly Burleigh, Joy Christiansen Erb, Nicole Crock, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler with Nathaniel Bartlett, Ray Klimek, Paula Willmot Kraus, Kent Krugh, Tracy Longley-Cook, Lillianna Marie, Anna McDonough, Daniel McInnis, Frederick Needham, Ardine Nelson, The Page Collective, Griffin Pines, Jill Raymundo, Rachel Girard Reisert, Jason Schwab, Kaitlyn Jo Smith, Jessica Wascak, Nick Weiss, Joel Whitaker, Rachel Yurkovich 

    For more information, visit http://roygbivgallery.org/exhibitions/imageohio-15/ 

    ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the historic Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY G BIV is known for showcasing innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.


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