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AGA October Art Opportunities


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October Visual Arts News

October = Art Opportunities


We’re excited to share a handful of fun art opportunities that are being offered to foster your inner creativity whether it be getting out and about or enjoying from the comfort of your own home. 

Clayfolk 2021.
Cheryl Kempner, Bird Bases, Ceramic

2021 Outdoor Clayfolk Pottery Show & Sale


Out of the Fire


Saturday, October 23, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Clayfolk is excited to continue their tradition of having a yearly pottery show and sale! This year, it will take place at the heart of Downtown Talent where the Almeda Fire burned. Over a dozen Clayfolk Artists will fill the parking lot of the historic Malmgren Garage Building at 111 Talent Avenue with their wonderful clay artwork. Wake ‘N Bake Food Truck will be serving food as well!

For those who are interested in attending, please click here for more information. 


Roxanne Evans Stout.
Roxanne Evans Stout, Scroll 1, Mixed Media

Roxanne Evans Stout, Seth Apter, Lisa Agaran


The Illuminated Scroll


Thursday – Saturday, November 11 – 13

Join Roxanne Evans Stout, Seth Apter, and Lisa Agaran for a three day virtual workshop that includes the creating of three different scroll projects. Each day, a different artist/instructor will provide step-by-step instructions to create a handmade scroll inspired by their artistic approach and style. 

For those who are interested in attending, please click here for more information. 


Grants Pass Museum of Art.
Catherine Wiley, Girl with the Pearl Earring, Acrylic

Grants Pass Museum of Art


Faux Fun & 6×6


Submit your art now – Saturday, December 18



Support the Grants Pass Museum of Art and exhibit artwork in their winter exhibition! All artwork will be on display from January 18 – February 19, 2022. 

Faux Fun:


Create a copy of a masterwork with your own twist! Masterworks should be well known so that viewers are able to understand the ‘spoof’ of it. The museum has even provided a list of recommendations for inspiration. 

For those who are interested in participating and would like more information, please email the Grants Pass Museum of Art at [email protected]

6×6:


Create a 6”x6” artwork for auction! Artists can create as many artworks as they wish to donate and both 2D and 3D artwork is welcome. Please do not modify the size or edges or create parts that stick out beyond 6”x6”.  

For those who are interested in participating and would like more information, please email the Grants Pass Museum of Art at [email protected].



Peter Finkle, Walk Ashland.
Truth to Power Club, Untitled, Mural

Peter Finkle, Walk Ashland


BIPOC Celebration Mural


Tuesday, November 23 

Join the Truth to Power Club at Ashland High School to dedicate a new public art mural to Ashland High School student, Aidan Ellison, who was shot and killed last November 23. In addition to serving as a memorial, the mural also celebrates Rogue Valley Black, Indigenous, and People of Color who have made and continue to make a positive difference in our community. 

For more information about the mural, please click here


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