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Reminder: Same Day Jurying today and Monday for RGAC “Spirit in Hand” Holiday Boutique

We’ve received new local calls to artists with November deadlines we think you should know about.

Rogue Gallery & Art Center has announced a Call to Artists and Craftspeople for THE ROGUE GALLERY & ART CENTER’S “SPIRIT IN HAND” HOLIDAY ART BOUTIQUE, which will begin mid-November. “Spirit in Hand” is a juried show and sale of one-of-a-kind hand-made craft items such as ceramics, wood, glass, wearables, jewelry, and book arts. Small framed artwork (no larger than 12” in any direction) will also be accepted. The suggested number of pieces for jurying is up to 12 items per artist, ranging in price from $15-$300. Artists and craftspeople receive 60% of the retail price.

To simplify the process, artists will submit artwork for jurying and be notified the same day if their work has been accepted. This same day jurying will take place on Saturday, November 13, with drop off from 11am-12 noon and pick up between 2-3:00pm, and again on Monday, November 15 with drop off from 11am-12 noon and pick up between 2-3:00pm. These are the only days on which artwork will be accepted. Artwork will be for sale through the end of the year.
For more info, contact Nancy Jo Mullen at (541)772-8118 x305 or .

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center is the Rogue Valley’s premier non-profit community art center, founded in 1960 to promote and support the arts in the Rogue Valley. The Gallery offers local artists an opportunity to display their work, and because of its non-profit status can display a wide range of artistic styles and mediums not seen in commercial galleries. Aspiring artists, both children and adults, take classes from local artists and are exposed to a wide variety of artistic mediums.

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