GPMA November 2021 eNews

GPMA November 2021 eNews

This is month number eleven for the year 2021. We have had an interesting and mostly good year at the museum. We have been open full time almost all year and have enjoyed having visitors. The exhibits have been varied and wonderful. This current exhibit is one of the most unusual. Our board president, Penelope DiGennaro, said of the exhibit, “it’s peaceful, otherworldly, meditative, and inspiring.”

We hope to see you here soon. We will be open for First Friday until 8pm.

This is also the time of year end giving. Further down in this eNewsletter are some ideas of how you can help us sustain our viability and continue presenting great programs and exhibitions. We are very appreciative of your support. Thank you.
Enjoy! Hyla Executive Director

Current Exhibition

This traveling exhibition consists of sculptures of animals in motion. The sculptures are created using plastic objects found here and there by Sayaka Ganz. On opening day we had over 50 visitors. People are really excited because this exhibit is totally different from anything the museum has ever had. Come and see!

Current Exhibition in the News
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What’s Next?

Ideas for Faux Fun Download Application for 6 x 6 FAQS about 6 x 6 Happening on G Street

Hundreds of children (and grownups) filed in front of Gallery One and the museum to fill their baskets with sugary goodies.

Board secretary Kate Bortells (and official sales lady at Shoefly) is ready with fun yummies for the kiddos.

Even shop dog Kobi gets in the act. Shoefly owner, Sydney, makes sure he is always dressed appropriately.

Artists in the News

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Gallery One News

Exciting news for Gallery One. First of all, Gallery One has had great sales this year. The artists have been very generous with their time, helping to staff the gallery. We wanted to feature them on the website. We are creating a directory of the artists in the gallery. Now you can see who has art in the gallery and also what kind of art each person creates. We hope this will create an even bigger buzz around this great place to purchase one of a kind art. It is still in progress. Last month there were 37 artists listed. This month there are 48! CLICK HERE OR THE PICTURE TO ENJOY IT FIRST HAND.

November and December Gallery One features holiday treasures.

Thanks to the Southern Oregon Magazine for this great coverage!

Something to think about


Help keep the museum free for all! The museum does not receive government funding (other than grants from the Josephine County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust via JCCC). Keeping the doors open depends on grants, donations, memberships, sponsorships, and rent from the street level businesses (Shoefly and Gallery One). You can make a one time donations and you can also make monthly donations. It’s easy – and we appreciate you very much! One additional side benefit – the foundations that offer grants are very pleased to see community involvement. Your donations show your support!

What you are supporting: We provide professional opportunities for artists, We sustain free events and admission to the museum, We promote innovation and inclusiveness, We connect residents and visitors through shared conversation, and We contribute to the identity of Grants Pass. You can DONATE by clicking here Monthly donations are so amazing. They add up quickly. Just $10 a month means a donation to the museum of $120 for the year. That’s fabulous. Please consider this option. The payments are safely charged to your credit card. Be a “Monthly Sustainer” and click here! One more idea

You can also call us at 541-479-3290 or send mail to us at Grants Pass Museum of Art, P.O. Box 966, Grants Pass, OR 97528 Do you shop on Amazon? This quarter, we received $39.80. Every little bit helps a lot. Thank you!

Did you know that if you go to a special link called Amazon Smile you can choose a nonprofit to benefit from your purchase. Each nonprofit has a unique link. Here’s the portal you can use for the museum. Every little bit helps! CLICK HERE or click the picture to shop and benefit the museum.The best part is that it doesn’t cost you any extra! THANK YOU! If you get this far… CBS Sunday Morning had a fascinating story about a new and very huge public art project in Ohio…

Toledo's Glass City River Wall featured on CBS News Sunday Morning

And here’s Steve Martin discussing how to look at abstract art…

Steve Martin on how to look at abstract art | MoMA BBC | THE WAY I SEE IT

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