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Calls to Artists – Deadlines from August 27 to October 31

Check this list for an extensive list of artist opportunities with August 2017, September 2017, October 2017, December 2017 deadlines, calls to artists, calls for entries, for grants, art exhibitions, international shows, juried shows, many with free entry. Some are exhibitions, some are competitions, all worth your review: photography shows, art about trees, illustration art, literary art, travel writer award, art on the human head, environmental photography, drawing, cityscapes, social justice issues, earth justice issues, creative action, the future of the arts

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July Exhibits at Rogue Gallery - Third Friday ArtWalk Reception Tonight!

Retrato 16 Matriz, Miguel Aragon

The Rogue Gallery & Art Center will have opening receptions for two exhibitions from 5:00 – 8:00 pm on this Third Friday’s Art Walk. Wine from Weissinger Winery, food from Harry and David, and cheese from Rogue Creamery will be served.

Main Gallery exhibit: Bodies for Billions: The Work of Miguel Aragón July 11 – August 15, Opening Reception: July 18, 5-8pm

The Rogue Gallery presents works of artist Miguel Aragon. Miguel Aragon uses his own method of layered hand drilled prints to create a series of works that address the Mexican Drug Cartel Wars. The large scale works on partially destroyed paper depict violent imagery of death. The affect reflects the fragile nature of life and the deeply spiritual process of exploring perception and memory while coping with images of profound violence.

As a native of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, Texas artist Miguel Aragón grew up surrounded by the fallout

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