Thursday, March 31, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
- Artists/contact information listed at event
- Artist’s cards/brochures may be displayed with work
- Completed work not to exceed 36”w s 36”h s 18”d (or combination no larger than 3’x 3’).
- Multiple pieces per artist welcome.
- Each piece submitted must include on back: name, address, phone number, email, title of work, medium, initial bid amount.
- Artist sets minimum bid for work. Initial bid may not exceed $100. Highest bidder wins.
- Artists encouraged to submit work with a minimum bid of $35 or less.
- Artist may retain up to 50% of sale, or choose to donate full amount to FAIR School PTO.
- FAIR School PTO reserves right to refuse work containing language or imagery inappropriate to a K-12 school event.
- Submit registration to: McGrillArt@q.com, or to FAIR School Crystal, 3915 Adair Ave. N., Crystal, MN 55422, Attn: Sarah McGrill/FAIR School PTO
- Unsold art may be picked up by arrangement within 7 days.
- Unsold art left past 7 days becomes the property of FAIR School PTO.
- Any artists choosing not to donate the full auction amount to FAIR School PTO will receive a check for their share within 30 days of the event.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Featuring figurative works by Alec Smith, the new show at The FrameWorks will run from March 26 through May 7 and will also include new work from a handful of other new artists.
Monday, March 14, 2011
Where to go:
Friday, March 11, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Every ARTCRANK show features posters created by local artists from the host city. Admission is always free, and posters are priced to let everybody take home at least one.
ARTCRANK began in 2007 in Minneapolis and has expanded to Denver, St. Louis, Portland, San Francisco, Des Moines and Bend. They held their first international show in September 2010 in London.
Opening: Saturday, April 2
Shelter Studios, Minneapolis
Continues: April 8 to May 6
One On One Bikes, Minneapolis
Continues: May 20-22 (Art-A-Whirl)
Northrup King Building, Minneapolis
For more information check out the ARTCRANK Minneapolis 2011 website.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
- Each project will receive a stipend of $150
- Logistical and set-up help.
- For more info about Art Shanties, explore www.artshantyprojects.org.
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
This is a must-see show. Email now!
Monday, March 7, 2011
Where to go:
2013 2nd Ave, Anoka, MN (Map)
What to do and see:
Get lost wandering through the 1700 square foot gallery--it's an art lover's dream. Find paintings, pottery, wood, metal, garden accents, jewelry, textiles, accessories and more!
2. Get lucky
Save the date--March 17--for the annual Luck o' the Irish sale. It's the biggest sale of the year--everything in the store is 17% off!
3. Support local artists
Krista Artista Gallery keeps it local by featuring contemporary art and fine craft from more than 70 local Minnesota artists.
Must-see piece right now:
"Vanity Cafe" by Glenn Quist (pictured above)
While you're in the area:
After visiting Krista Artista Gallery make sure to take a walk through historic downtown Anoka. You'll find a variety of stores, including several antique shops, like Artique Inc., with hidden treasures. Treat yourself to a show at the Lyric Arts community center and then take a walk down Main Street for dinner at one of the many restaurants on the river.
Want more info?
Visit the gallery online.
Friday, March 4, 2011
Director of Research and Evaluation
The person selected for this important new role will provide leadership and direction for the board efforts to establish and articulate performance goals and measure outcomes. They will serve as a resource to constituents, helping to develop the overall capacity of the arts sector to articulate goals and assess impact.
More information about the position and a link to apply online are available on the Arts Board website.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Be a part of the world-wide celebration of book arts -- with over $8,000 in awards!
The MCBA Prize 2011 is the first honor in the United States to recognize book art from across the field and around the world. Five finalists will be selected to each receive a $500 cash award, and up to $750 travel and lodging stipend to be honored at a gala celebration at MCBA's Book Art Biennial. From these five finalists, the jury will select the MCBA Prize winner and award them an additional $2,000 (winner's total cash award $2,500).
All artists who use the book format are eligible, and all techniques and methods -- from fine press works to inexpensive multiples, to installation or sculptural book work -- will be considered. Work must have been completed since August 1, 2009. Complete eligibility guidelines are available on MCBA's website.
Deadline for entries is April 8, 2011. Submit your entry today!
Learn more at: http://www.mnbookarts.org/mcbaprize.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.