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2018 Artoberfest in Kerby This Weekend!

2018 Artoberfest in Kerby This Weekend!




Guild Gallery & Art Center
Hours: 10-4pm, Tue-Sat
541-592-5019
 
Mailing
P.O. Box 1596, Cave Junction, OR 97523

Octoberfest Call to Artists Deadline Extended

Call to Artists DEADLINE EXTENDED

To FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2018

for 7th Annual Artoberfest  
A Juried Art & Fine Craft Fair 
in the Beautiful Illinois Valley of Southern Oregon
Saturday & Sunday, October 20 and 21
 
Sponsored by the Southern Oregon Guild of Artists & Artisans
For Prospectus & Application go to
APPLY ONLINE
http://www.southernoregonguild.org
Questions: Call 541-659-3858 or 541-592-5019


SouthernOregonGuild.org

 
Guild Gallery & Art Center
Hours: 10-4pm, Tue-Sat
541-592-5019

 

 
Mailing
P.O. Box 1596, Cave Junction, OR 97523

Call to Artists 7th Annual Artoberfest

Call to Artists

SouthernOregonGuild.org

for 7th Annual Artoberfest  
A Juried Art & Fine Craft Fair 
in the Beautiful Illinois Valley of Southern Oregon

Saturday & Sunday, October 20 and 21

Sponsored by the Southern Oregon Guild of Artists & Artisans
For Prospectus & Application go to
APPLY ONLINE
<http://www.southernoregonguild.org
Questions: Call 541-659-3858 or 541-592-5019
DEADLINE
SATURDAY, JULY 14, 2018 


 
Guild Gallery & Art Center
Hours: 10-4pm, Tue-Sat
541-592-5019
 
Mailing
P.O. Box 1596, Cave Junction, OR 97523
The prospectus with details about the show, as well as the application, is online at:
SouthernOregonGuild.org

Guild Hosts Conversation with with Acclaimed Artist & Educator, Jason Graham (Hip-Hop Name MOsley WOtta)

Oregon Humanities’ Conversation Project offers unique and exciting conversation at Southern Oregon Guild

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Community Conversation to Explore “What We Risk – Creativity, Vulnerability, and Art”

Snacks & Social 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Interactive Program 4:00 – 5:30

Made Possible by Oregon Humanities Conversation Project

Free Program

Donations Appreciated

Pre-registration Helpful Call 541-5019

Location: Guild Gallery & Art Center at RCC, Kerby 24353 Redwood Highway, Kerby, OR

www.southernoregonguild.org [email protected] with Acclaimed Artist & Educator, Jason Graham (Hip-Hop Name MOsley WOtta – check him out on TEDx)

 

Needlefelting Puppies Workshop April 8

Southern Oregon Guild Hosting Concert and Cakewalk

Southern Oregon region’s 3 Rivers Chorale has been invited to join choral groups & musicians from around the world to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City, April 15th!

Bid on Beautiful Cakes & Enjoy Celtic Songs plus Music from Wailin’ Jennys Performed by the Songbirds from the 3 Rivers Chorale (Jeni Foster, Kate Campbel, and Alisa Bary)

Saturday, March 17, 3:00 – 5:00P.M.

Southern Oregon Guild Gallery and Art Center

RCC Kerby Campus, 24353 Redwood Highway, Kerby

 

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Hearts and Hopes Show Opening at Guild

Hearts and Hopes Guild Show Flyer

Ready, Set, Show! Workshop On Expanding Success for Visual Artists and Craftspeople

Registration Deadline: September 21, 2017 Event Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

Guild Offers Workshop On Expanding Success for Visual Artists and Craftspeople

Do your creations sell as well as you would like? Are they seen by lots of people who buy art?

If you are a visual artist who wants your creations to be enjoyed by many and to sell well, your work must be seen and appreciated by a loyal and ever expanding audience of people who buy art.

However, if you are to climb the ladder of success – whether from the first rung or higher up the ladder — your work must be properly prepared, presented, and appropriately placed in public spaces.

Workshop presenter, Susan Eileen Burnes, is an exceptional artist in her own right. Even a partial list of exhibits of her art is impressive. She is also a seasoned art administrator and curator. She served as president of the Grants Pass Museum of Art’s Board of Directors for five years and has envisioned and curated 100 exhibitions over 12 years as Chair of the Museum’s Exhibitions Committee.

Based on her wealth of experience, Burnes will offer ways for artists to successfully move their work out into the world of people who buy art. Whether a beginning artist, a hobbyist, or a professional, participants will gain insight into what curators and jurors expect and what buyers look for. Burnes will also offer suggestions about attendees’ own work in a show-and-tell critique session in the afternoon.

Some of the issues to be covered are: 1) Getting accepted into an exhibit, competition, or gallery — how to avoid mistakes when applying; 2) Making a positive impression in your first (and every) exhibit — how to make sure that happens; 3) Finding new venues — what are the different options and how to locate them, and 4) Establishing a name – how to build the reputation that allows you to increase your prices (and how to price your work to begin with).

Overall, the workshop will help participants learn how an artist can get beyond where he or she is now. An individual’s goal may be being accepted in a gallery, competition or show for the first time, or it may be expanding exposure to distant venues. Burnes will share specific information as well as inspiration to help artists grow in the direction they choose.

The Guild Gallery & Art Center is on the RCC Kerby Campus, 24353 Redwood Highway in Kerby. The workshop hours are 10:00 am to 3:00 pm with an hour for a light lunch that is included. Participants should bring two or three pieces of their own work as part of the afternoon session discussion.

Fees for Guild members are $10-$25 sliding scale, for non-members $25-$45 sliding scale. For scholarship information, contact Guild president, Joyce Abrams at 541-659-3858 or [email protected]

Pre-registration is required. Register by phone at 541-592-5019, by email at [email protected] or in person at the Guild Gallery & Art Center in Kerby. For additional information, check the Guild website www.southernoregonguild.org

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Artoberfest Application Deadline Extended to August 4

Southern Oregon Guild of Artists and Artisans logo

Call to Artists
Artoberfest Application Deadline Extended to August 4

for 6th Annual Artoberfest  
A Juried Art & Fine Craft Fair
in the Beautiful Illinois Valley of Southern Oregon
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, October 20, 21 and 22

Sponsored by the Southern Oregon Guild of Artists & Artisans
For Prospectus & Application go to

 http://www.southernoregonguild.org

APPLY ONLINE

http://www.southernoregonguild.org
Questions: Call 541-659-3858 or 541-592-5019

or email [email protected]

NEW DEADLINE

FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 2017

JUST A FEW WEEKS AWAY!

6th Annual Artoberfest Application Deadline Approaching!

Southern Oregon Guild of Artists and Artisans logoCall to Artists
6th Annual Artoberfest
A Juried Art & Fine Craft Fair
in the Beautiful Illinois Valley of Southern Oregon
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, October 20, 21 and 22

Sponsored by the Southern Oregon Guild of Artists & Artisans
For Prospectus & Application go to

 http://www.southernoregonguild.org

APPLY ONLINE

<http://www.southernoregonguild.org>
Questions: Call 541-659-3858 or 541-592-5019

or email [email protected]

REMINDER!

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, JULY 14th, 2017

JUST A FEW WEEKS AWAY!