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Grants Pass Museum Summer 2019 Adult Art Classes

Summer 2019 classes at Grants Pass Museum of Art include Elements of Art - Value with Kristen O'Neill Saturday, August 3 1 - 4 pm and more

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Click on any picture to reach our website class signup page. We now have two levels of pricing for classes. Museum members receive a $5 discount on all classes this year. To become a member or to renew a membership: Click here

Elements of Art – Line with Kristen O’Neill Saturday, July 20 1 – 4 pm

Part of the new series of fundamental art classes: Elements of Art Lines! What starts as a simple mark becomes the basis of art. • How does a line move through an artwork, lead the eye, and interact? Is it bold or passive? Precise or irregular? What type of line is it? • Using art history, we will explore powerful examples of lines in

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Calls For Art- Woman Made Gallery

Show Your Paper Exhibition Dates: Sept. 20 - Oct. 19, 2019 Entry Due Date: July 11, 2019 Juror: Kathryn Markel CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT WORK https://womanmadegallery.submittable.com/submit

Show Your Paper Exhibition Dates: Sept. 20 – Oct. 19, 2019 Entry Due Date: July 11, 2019 Juror: Kathryn Markel

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT WORK https://womanmadegallery.submittable.com/submit

Exhibition Description: Open to artists who use paper as their substrate or primary medium. Works made on, or of paper may include, (but are not limited to) – painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, collage, cut paper, paper constructions, etc. All mediums on paper will be considered.

The application fee for our juried exhibitions is $30 for up to three images of work, plus one detail image if necessary. A limited number of artists who experience financial hardship may be exempt from paying the entry fee; please send us an email to request a fee waiver:[email protected] All applicants should submit an artist’s statement about their body of work. Accepted artworks must not exceed 72″ horizontally and must not have been previously shown at WMG.

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Winning Playwrights Announced for ANPF 2019

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Ashland New Plays Festival Announces Winning Playwrights for ANPF 2019

Four new plays chosen for annual Fall Festival supporting new works for the stage

More info: https://www.ashlandnewplays.org/

Ashland, Oregon – In its 28thseason, Ashland New Plays Festival will present four playwrights’ new works at its flagship annual event ANPF 2019 from October 16–20 in Ashland at the Unitarian Center, 87 Fourth Street.

“I’m excited about our four winning plays and can’t wait to share them with audiences in October,” ANPF’s Artistic Director Kyle Haden said, “This was the deepest pool of finalists we’ve had in my tenure at ANPF, but these four plays stood out. The stories are all very different, but are all well-crafted and will stick with you.”

The ANPF 2019 winners are:

Starter Pistol by Michael Gotch

Michael Gotch for Starter Pistol

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Oil v. Acrylic Part II

Hello from Atlanta, GA! I’m in the swing of trade show season but wanted to follow up on my painting experiment. First and most satisfying result: I finished the 30 paintings! No small feat when life happens, days turn into a few days into a weekend into…oh shoot, it’s Christmas! But I stuck with it, […]

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Painting to Music

The Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland has always been a special place, one where I feel particularly at home showing my work. Now that the gallery is under new ownership by Peter Stone, it has become even more of a community space offering new ways to experience art. Peter is always coming up with […]

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Imagination’s worlds

At the risk of coming across as a human billboard for Arcadia Gallery, I have to note with pleasure a show that has already come down—with the same inadvertently useless timing of my last post on the gallery. Maybe this helps offset the impression that I’m standing on the street directing passersby through the front […]

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Winnifred Liang

Winnifred exemplifies diversity. She was born in Malaysia of Chinese ancestry. She lived and was educated in Malaysia, the U.K. and the U.S.  Winnifred studied classical piano in all three locations, and earned undergraduate degrees in Oil Paintin…

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Celestial Journeys Exhibit and More July News

Celestial Journeys member show & guest exhibit: “A Year in Jacksonville, A Story in Photographs,” images from Ken Gregg’s new book. Shows open Friday, July 5; reception from 1–3pm on July 6, with wine tasting from Dancin Vineyards and book signings by Ken.

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Max Gottschlich on the limits of knowledge

A few months ago, I came across what for most people other than professional philosophers would be an obscure, academic essay on Kant in the journal Metaphysics from 2015. I stumbled onto it after skimming through some art criticism online and finding a phrase about “Kant’s theories on the limitations of logic.” This intrigued me; […]

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Paint Brushes

Let’s talk tools of the trade. I’m looking at my supplies more closely recently–oils v. acrylics, canvas v. masonite board or panels, “everyday” brushes v. investment brushes, spray varnish v. gloss medium…and on. I changed up my brushes a few months ago. The whole truth is that my aunt in Victoria was taking a painting […]

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