Monday, April 30, 2018

TPS 27 Photography Exhibition - Gallery reception at the Bath House Cultural Center

Exhibition Dates: May 5-June 2, 2018

Reception: Saturday, May 5, 2018 (7-9 PM)

Featuring live music by Mack Price

The Texas Photographic Society presents TPS 27: The International Competition. This annual photography exhibition, now in its 27th year, was juried by Kate Breakey, renowned visual artist based in Arizona. The show is opened-themed and highlights fifty images by 43 artists from 18 U.S. states as well as Canada.

After the show at the Bath House, TPS 27 is set to travel to The Center for Contemporary Arts in Abilene, Texas, as well as Options Gallery at Odessa College in Odessa, Texas, over the course of the next year.

Participating Artists: Linda Alterwitz, Zia Ayub, Anne Berry, Victoria Bracken, Joel Butler, James Cooper, Anastasia Davis, Patricia de Ocio Dudley, David Dennard, Chance DeVille, Norm Diamond, Haakon Donnelly, Anne Eder, Thomas Foster, Steffani Frideres, Nadide Goksun, Diana Nicholette Jeon, April Kao, Eleanor Kerr, Karen Klinedinst, Kendra Laflin, Irwin Lightstone, Marilyn Maxwell, Calli McCaw, Christine Meytras, Robert Moore, Linda M. Morrow, Dale Niles, George Nobechi, Andrew Ortiz, Neal Panton, Sirous Partovi, Justin Ruiz, Joshua Sariñana, Catherine W. Singer, Peter Stern, Peter Stitt, JP Terlizzi, Beckwith Thompson, Ashton Thornhill, Mark Vitaris, Lynn Whitney, and Clifford Wright.

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Opening reception: What is the opposite of a computer

– Opening date: May 5, 2018
– Closing date: May 27th, 2018
– Reception date/time:Saturday, May 5, 2018 4:00 - 7:00 pm

Inner Space: a chamber gallery
7923 Mohawk Dr. Dallas, TX 75235

– Participating Artists
Ashlyn Lee - Dallas, TX -
Lauren Cardenas- Reno, NV -
Megan Mueller - Los Angeles, CA -
Simon Welch -Strasbourg, France -
Meredith Cawley - Dallas, TX -

Exhibit title: What is the opposite of a computer

As we upload our memories, hopes and dreams in an attempt to escape our mortal flesh, stitching together bits from Instagram/ Twitter/Snapchat to the next hot app of the minute, embedding ourselves to the eternal interwebs - we stare into the flickering blue depths of HEV, a Frankenstein - our avatar stares back and reaches outward for connection. These incorporeal beings are straining for touch, deprived of body and thus of all sense organs. In a state of desolate loneliness, our human desire for meaning is reduced to existential anxiety. With every memory we share digital decay, begins a single bit that changes from 0 to 1, every repost - another two; three bits are flipped and the digital self does not endure. As Hume put it, “nothing but a bundle of different perceptions, which succeed each other with an inconceivable rapidity.”

Closing Reception: Sunday, May 27, 2018 2:00 - 5:00 pm

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Scott Froschauer's new solo exhibition confronts divisiveness in America




(Los Angeles, California) Ark Gallery and Studios is pleased to present a solo exhibit with Los Angeles multimedia artist Scott Froschauer. The artist explores themes of social connectivity, community and complexity. Froschauer gained notoriety with his “The Word on The Street” series of subversively positive street signs.

In Froschauer’s latest exhibit at ARK, the artist reflects on America’s increasingly polarized climate, etching distressed mirrors with portraits of various historical American figures. The artist injects elements that complicate otherwise one-dimensional narratives. He states that, “Deciding how to categorize them becomes more of a statement about the viewer, who is reflected in the distressed surface of each piece.” Hero and villain become blurred in the complex reality of the subjects humanity.

That complexity becomes the underlying fabric of the shows centerpiece. The exhibit’s focal point is a model for a large-scale artwork entitled United Divider that proposes a size of 15 feet tall by 20 feet long. Reminiscent of Richard Serra’s Tilted Arc that infamously overtook Federal Plaza in New York in the 1980’s, the 120-foot-long curved steel panel divided an otherwise open public space and was eventually taken down due to public outcry. Froschauer proposes a monument of polished stainless steel, waving, and etched with the likeness of the American flag. When viewed up close, the flag’s stars and stripes consist of lines of text bearing the names of historical Americans, human beings who we might find ourselves simplifying into heroes or villains, but which are actually more complex. Again, the polished surface reminds the viewer that their impression of these individuals is more of a reflection of their own preconceptions. Froschauer comments, “The epic scale of this piece gives it a stance as a wall, separating those who might stand on either side of it. The reflective quality of the piece denotes that this idea of America is a reflection of all who observe it. The symbol of the flag brings us all together and tears us all apart. It is the United Divider.”

Several related events will follow the April 29th opening from 3-6 p.m. including a May 20th artist talk from 3-5 p.m., an Altadena Open Studios Tour day on 3rd from 11-5 p.m., and a closing reception on June 10th from 2-5 p.m.

Ark Gallery and Studios is located at 2599 Fair Oaks Ave., Altadena, CA 91001

Image pictured, by Scott Froschauer:
Top: “United Divider”, 2018

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Location:Los Angeles

$15,000 Tito’s Prize Available for One Austin Artist

$15,000 Tito’s Prize Available for One Austin Artist
Open Call: April 24 - May 31, 2018

Big Medium is now accepting applications for the second annual Tito's Prize! Austin artists are invited to apply online at until May 31.

The Tito’s Prize is funded by a generous gift from Tito’s Handmade Vodka and facilitated by Big Medium. The award includes a solo exhibition during the 2018 East Austin Studio Tour in the Big Medium Gallery at Canopy.

This opportunity is available to any artist living and working in Austin. For this purpose, Austin is defined as the area contained within the ten city council districts. Artists working in any artistic media and at any stage in their career are eligible. A four member curatorial panel will unanimously select the prize-winning artist.

“We're proud to be partnering with Big Medium for the second year in a row. We invite our fans to join us in supporting and cultivating creativity in the community. At Tito’s Handmade Vodka we take great pride in our creative community and those organizations such as Big Medium that help support and cultivate that creativity.” – Zack Flores, Director of Philanthropic Programming at Tito's Handmade Vodka

The winner of the Tito’s Prize will be announced July 17, 2018. The winning artist’s solo exhibition will open on October 19 in the Big Medium Gallery and run through the 2018 East Austin Studio Tour, closing on November 18.

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Save the Date! Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas celebrates 100 years with robotics for children and youth

Save the Date! Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas celebrates 100 years with robotics for children and youth

To celebrate its Centennial (1918-2018), the General Consulate of Mexico in Dallas invites the public to the interactive event RobotiX Summer Camp: a robotics and STEM education program (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), with fun challenges for children and youth participants.

The RobotiX demonstration will be held on Thursday April 26th at 6:30 pm at the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas, aiming to provide opportunities in the field of robotics to the children, youth and educators through the School Districts and Community Organizations in the North Region of Texas.

The event will present the RobotiX in the Box Program, a model that transforms classrooms in technologic labs, ideal for K-12 schools.

The RobotiX educational model has been proved in more than a thousand educational centers in Mexico, impacting more than 170 thousand children and youth.

Join us!

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Call for Sculptors! Entries open for "ScoglieraViva. Sculpting the Sea", international outdoor sculpture competition

Call for Sculptors! Entries open for "ScoglieraViva. Sculpting the Sea", international outdoor sculpture competition

Deadline 15 May, free application worldwide

Entries are open to "ScoglieraViva. Sculpting the Sea", international outdoor sculpture prize with free participation until 15 May 2018.

The competition, now in its 19th edition, features the direct intervention of sculptors on the cliffs in the town of Caorle, near Venice, Italy. The sculptures turn the cliff into a real open-air contemporary art gallery, whose changes will be given by time and natural agents.

The theme is free: every artist can freely choose the subject of his/her work, which will be carved on the large rocks of Euganean trachyte in Caorle by the 3 winning artists, selected by the Jury. The works will be made in the days between 21 June and 30 June 2018. The winning artworks will be presented to the public on the evening of June 30 in Caorle's town centre.

The contest sees the awarding of 3 cash prizes of € 2,000 for each of the 3 winning artists. Board and lodging are also included during the stay at the City of Caorle, from 21 to 30 June 2018, for the creation of the work on site.

The selection of the submitted projects will be made by an Awarding Jury including some prestigious names in the international Contemporary Art scene:
Paolo De Grandis (Venice, Italy | Curator and Organizer of Exhibitions)
Simone Pallotta (Rome, Italy | Curator of Public and Urban Art)
Matteo Zauli (Faenza, Italy | Director at Carlo Zauli Museum)

Eligibility: sculptors from all over the world, with no restrictions in terms of age, sex or other qualifications

Contest terms >>>

Free application until May 15, 2018, FILL IN THE ONLINE FORM >>>

Discover more on the town of Caorle >>>

Contact and information
tel. +39 041 5937242

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Monday, April 23, 2018

Art Students to Receive 2018 DADA Scholarship Awards & Exhibition

The 2018 DADA Scholarship Awards & Exhibition,
Opening Reception and Ceremony

The Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) will honor 14 Booker T. Washington High School visual art students on May 10 from 6-8 p.m. Join DADA to celebrate talented young artists at the Awards & Exhibition - Opening Ceremony at One Arts in the Dallas Arts District. The Exhibition will be on view May 6-18.

With additional gifts and prominent exposure, the Edith Baker Art Scholarship is expanding its artistic influence. "My goal is to give young artists the opportunity for recognition, exhibition and scholarship," says Baker. "We created the scholarship in 2005 to give young artists access to mentors and funding to help them pursue higher education in art." The Edith Baker Art Scholarship is a $5,000 award. Further enhancing the program is an additional award funded by gallery owners Kenneth Craighead and Steve Green. The Craighead Green Fund for the Arts awards a $2,500 scholarship to inspire a young artist a career in art. DADA Excellence in Art award - $1,000.

Selected works are based on artistic originality, technique, presentation, and evidence of personal vision or voice. Three artists, whose work exemplifies confidence in their craft and a vision of their future goals will be awarded scholarships toward higher education in the visual arts.

Featured Artists:

Conner Chase
Connor Coleman
Lily Edwards
Cameron Eisenberg
Angie Fuentes
Wells Goetzmann
Molly Mitchell
Bernadette Negrete
Gabriela Noriega
James Page
Finn Segal
Daniela Segovia
Terrance Suber
Benjamin Vega

"With the help of DADA Friends and other sponsors, we continue to enhance the scope of the awards both in gifts and outreach," stated Cathy Drennan, Executive Director of DADA. Adding more scholarships is the goal to provide young artists the opportunity to pursue a career in art. It is third year showcasing the student work at One Arts, thanks to the generosity of the Billingsley Co and Hamilton Sneed."

Our prestigious jurors, Winter Rusiloski, Professor of Painting at Baylor University; Mary Tomás - artist and owner Mary Tomás Gallery; and Kenneth Craighead - designer and owner Craighead Green Gallery. Additional thanks to scholarship committee, Rini Andres, Alberto Tomas and BTW visual arts coordinator,Kyle Clark. And special thank you to our Sponsor Terri Provencal and PATRON Magazine.

DADA - Dallas Art Dealers Association
The Dallas Art Dealers Association, an affiliation of established independent gallery owners and nonprofit art organizations in the Dallas metropolitan area, is dedicated to enriching the lives of the public through visual art.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Call For Artists: Bayou City Art Festival Downtown 2018

Call For Artists: Bayou City Art Festival Downtown 2018

HOUSTON (April 10, 2018) – Bayou City Art Festival, produced by the Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA) and benefiting Houston non-profits, is inviting artists from around the world to submit applications and have the opportunity to showcase their art at one of the nation’s premier outdoor fine art events on Saturday and Sunday, October 13-14, 2018. The artist application deadline for Bayou City Art Festival Downtown is Sunday, June 3, 2018 at midnight CST.

“We are always excited to see what artists have to offer and are always in awe with the work that they present,” said Joe Pogge, ACA board president. “Bringing in new and returning artists from across the country and beyond not only ensures a fruitful festival for everyone but most importantly, it helps us continue to give back and support local charities.”

ACA produces Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park in the spring and Bayou City Art Festival Downtown in the fall. For 47 years, ACA has provided a venue for more than 20,000 artists to showcase their work to thousands of art lovers from all over the world. Patrons have the opportunity to personally meet the artists, view original works and purchase world class art. The festival benefits local non-profits and features live music, food, beverages, entertainment, a Children’s Creative Zone and much more.

Twice a year, more than 1,000 qualified applicants from 19 different disciplines and from submit their applications to be reviewed by ACA jurors. The festival receives applicants from around the world including Canada, Mexico, South America and Israel. For each festival, a new juror panel is invited and consists of artists, collectors, educators, curators and industry professionals. To build a jury that is experienced in all forms of art, professionals from the performing and literary arts industry are also invited to participate. The panel of five to seven jurors are selected based on their specific interests, professional knowledge and background with the festival. Only 300 artists will be selected to exhibit at the 2018 Bayou City Art Festival Downtown. Cash Prizes are awarded for “Best in Show”, second and third place, as selected by on-site judges. Ribbons are awarded for “Best Booth” and all winners receive jury exempt status for two years as well as priority booth placement.

Artists are required to submit five images and an application fee of $45 before the deadline. All artists selected to participate in the 2018 Bayou City Art Festival Downtown will be notified by Friday, June 15, 2018. For more information or to submit an artist application for Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, please click here.

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About Bayou City Art Festival:

Entering its 47th year in 2018, the Art Colony Association has raised $3.6 million for local non-profit programs through the festivals. A percentage of the proceeds support local art organizations and nonprofits. The Festivals are funded in part by grants from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, corporate sponsorships, private contributions, in-kind support and volunteer assistance. Volunteer and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, please visit

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Fisterra Retrospective Exhibition Opening on April 27

Fisterra Retrospective
April 27 - May 18

Opening Reception: Friday, April 27, 7-10pm
Address: 916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2, #101
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12-6pm

In November 2003, 28 artists opened their homes and studios for the first East Austin Studio Tour. The orange house on the corner of east 2nd Street at Waller, with its backyard studio, became a spot that thousands of visitors have returned to each year. A new group of guest artists created exhibits of their art in each room of the house, while the home cooked posole and hospitality of Jennifer Chenoweth's house remained a staple. November 2017 was the last year for Fisterra Studio to participate in EAST in this space, but the annual event had a deep effect on Austin's sense of community and connectedness. This show will feature over 50 guest artists collaborating again to inspire artists and art lovers about the beauty, quality and diversity of visual art in Austin.

Artists include: Stella Alesi, C. Andrew Boyd, Todd Campbell, Monique Capanelli, Valerie Chaussonnet, Jennifer Chenoweth, Lisa Choinacky, Christina Coleman, Beth Consetta Rubel, Brooke Davis, Autumn Ewalt, Holly Fisher, Virginia Fleck, Emma Hadzi-Antich, Norman Hera, Katelena Hernandez Cowles, Will Heron, Jennifer Hill, Felice House, Carla Hughes, Janine Hughes, Calder Kamin, Gabel Karsten, Lauren Klotzman, Robby Lee, David Lovas, Richard Mansfield, Wells Mason, Brian McKinney, Sebastian Miles, Andrea Nelson, Theresa Noyes, L. Renee Nunez, Dawn Okoro, Dharmesh Patel, Rob Pettingill, Gretchen Phillips, Andrea Pramuk, Bridget Quinn, Jay Roff-Garcia, Philip Rogers, Katie Rose Pipkin, Tammie Rubin, Shibiya Sabu, Kristen Saska Juen, Jenny Sathngam, Amy Scofield, Elise Sibley Chandler, Judith Simonds, Annie Simpson, Jeff Stockton, The Afro Gypsy, The Theorists, Erik Tragus, Carlotta Vann, Glen Vigus, Jade Walker, Johnny Walker, Jason Webb, Lee Webster, Aaron Weiss, Kayci Wheatly, and Dana Younger

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Artist J. Fredric May honors stroke month with solo show at CA Center for Digital Arts

Artist J Fredric May shouldn’t be alive to open his solo exhibition during Stroke month. Thanks to his cat, Apparition: Postcards from Eye See You will be on view at the California Center for Digital Arts, Santa Ana in May.

This exhibit traces a fateful moment in 2012 in which May, a photojournalist and film industry professional arrived home after a trip and found it strange for his cat not to greet him. Instead, May heard unusual sounds outside. “In all these years he had never heard or seen his cat act like this. It worried him,” comments May’s wife Lisa. Something unusual was in the air. May pursued his cat high up in his yard’s tree, slipped and fell breaking several of his ribs. In the hospital it was discovered that May was having an aortic aneurysm and a stroke and was able to get help quickly. “It all links back to the cat, who we think had a sense something was wrong, and saved his life” Lisa says.

May became partially blind and diagnosed with Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS). What he didn’t lose however was his ever-restless urge to create. May uses his now-skewed vision and has pioneered a unique technical and expressive approach to photography. May’s engaging with both digital and analog photographic processes and consequently aided in May's recovery and has landed him with numerous awards, and upcoming exhibits.

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Friday, April 13, 2018

A.M. Rousseau opens solo show at Jason Vass May 5th

May 5 to June 2, 2018
Opening Reception: May 5, 6-9pm
Artist Talk/Book Signing:
June 2, 2-4pm

Jason Vass
1452 E. Sixth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021

(Los Angeles, California) – Jason Vass is pleased to present Lines of Inquiry, an exhibition of paintings and works on paper by A.M. Rousseau. Rousseau is a multi-disciplined artist, writer and photographer currently living in Southern California who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Rousseau’s works are imbued with an investigation of line. She takes her inspiration from a Paul Klee dictum: “Take a line for a walk, aimlessly for the sake of the walk.” She sees each line as a metaphor for the way life happens: one point leading to another, ever changing. For her, “Every line is a reflection of individual will, a unique indicator of purpose and direction, just as in hieroglyphics, a kind of handwriting that can be read if the system of mark making is understood.”

The works on view range from black and white works on paper like Downward Hang, and Left Leaning in which a succession of quasi concentric black lines gracefully flow as if suspended across two supports. The algorithm used in creating these works becomes more complex as Rousseau moves across multiple sheets of paper adding color into the mix. In works like Fire and Ice Quartet and 100 Line Rush Triptych the undulating curves have a wave-like pattern reminiscent of an abstracted ocean. When Rousseau moves from paper to canvas and from ink and colored pencil to acrylic paint, she begins to fill in shapes creating denser compositions where the linear elements originate from a central core.

Rousseau’s lines are both gestural and used to outline geometric forms as in Perspective Collective and Spiral Quartet. Her work has much in common with the timeless quality of ancient Chinese and Japanese calligraphy, at the same time as it is firmly rooted in contemporary art practice as comparisons to works by conceptual artists Sol LeWitt or Robert Mangold are apt as are connections to the works of Julie Mehretu.

A.M. Rousseau received her undergraduate degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and a Master’s Degree in Fine Art from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. She is the recipient of a National Endowment in the Arts Fellowship, The Djerassi Foundation Affymax Fellowship, the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Artist Residency, Yaddo Artist residency, the Virginia Center for the Arts residency, the Manhattan Borough President’s Award for Excellence and Service in the Arts, and the Harc Foundation Award. She has been exhibiting since 1990 including most recently exhibitions at the Upland Museum of Art (2017), the Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (2016), CMay Gallery, Los Angeles and Korea (2015).

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Location:Los Angeles

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Due WEST: Tickets on sale now!

Join us on the Lawn at Seaholm

This is your chance to support Austin's local creative community. Join Big Medium on Thursday, May 10 from 7-10pm on the Lawn at Seaholm to kick off the 2018 West Austin Studio Tour. Get your copy of the WEST catalog and map, and enjoy light installations by local artists, music, lawn games, bites by Le Politique, and open bar under the night sky. Walk across the street to the Austin Central Library and experience over 300 artists in the 2018 West Austin Studio Tour Group Exhibition.

Join Big Medium as a member at the $150 level or higher, and attend the Member Preview and Reception at the library from 6-7PM before heading over to party on the lawn.

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Monday, April 2, 2018

Psychic states emerge in L.A. artist Glenn Waggner’s paintings at Neutra Institute Museum and Gallery

Glenn Waggner
The Existential Afterparty
Solo Exhibit
March 31st-April 15th, 2018

Opening reception: Saturday, March 31st, 7-10 p.m.
Neutra Institute Museum and Gallery
2379 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039

Psychic states emerge in L.A. artist Glenn Waggner’s paintings at Neutra Institute
Museum and Gallery
Los Angeles, CA) – The Neutra Museum Gallery is pleased to present a solo painting exhibit with L.A. artist Glenn Waggner. The artist capitalizes on painting’s formal language to animate his psychologically-charged scenarios. Minimalistic, Waggner’s paintings optimize the use of color as light that is activated between foreground and
background, or between the subject and its liminal surroundings. The artist’s surprising formal invention is a product of mapping spaces. Their overarching geometries are suspended between abstraction and representation, and
anchored by figures, architecture, landscape, and other recognizable imagery. Waggner credits this to his process of allowing spontaneous gestures to inform the construction of pictorial space and stimulate new formal and narrative relationships. The artist’s
anecdotal titles further contextualize the ambiguous relationships posed. Waggner states, “I ask the viewer to determine their own narrative. Maybe it starts a dialog. The title answers the question or suggests a direction.”Waggner’s work engages numerous nineteenth and twentieth-century painters in the renewed exploration of formal language to articulate human drama and the unconscious.

Among those are the paintings of Edward Hopper and Philip Guston. Waggner was born and raised in Southern California. Growing up in the beach communities, he was immersed in the 1970’s surfing and skateboarding culture. Always drawing and sketching, Glenn has worked in the architectural profession for many years. In the year 2000, Waggner discovered oil painting, taking to its qualities of being a freer and looser medium. It was the perfect fit that allowed art to be made using vivid color and no precise lines. It was “plein air” that helped to capture subject matter quickly and avoided precise detailing, like that required in architecture.

Glenn Waggner’s work won 3rd place in ART + SCIENCE’s 2008 juried show, and was featured in Artscene magazine. Waggner has art is in several private collections.

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Location:Los Angeles

ART214 Gallery reception at the Bath House Cultural Center on April 8

Exhibition Dates: March 24-April 21, 2018
Reception: Sunday, April 8, 2018 (5-7 PM)

As part of Dallas Arts Month, four cultural centers of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) are hosting a multi-venue juried exhibition to showcase the works of artists who live and work in Dallas and the Greater North Texas region from late March to early June.

Through this exhibition, OCA hopes to discover and develop relationships with new artists, provide opportunities for artists to exhibit their work for the first time ever or for the first time in one of our cultural centers, and cross pollinate artists who have previously exhibited at one cultural center by exhibiting their work at a different center. Another goal of this collaborative project is to draw in new audiences who have never been to (or even heard of) our Cultural Centers and to share audiences who frequent a specific center but have never experienced the others.

Juried by Elizabeth Mellott, Tori Phillips, Jim Burton and Arthur Peña.

All four shows curated by Christina Estrella Riggs

BATH HOUSE CULTURAL CENTER ARTISTS: Cate Baker, Sue Benner, Christopher Bingha, David Blow, Bernard Bortnick, Du Chau, Arfa Chowdhary, Justin Coursey, Vanhue Davis Jr., Angelika Ejtel, Reyna Flores, Moriah Garcia, Chunyu Han, Seth Hudson, Benjamine Lester, Sam Marie, Virginia Marsh, Tina Medina, William Messimer, Hannah (Bernadette) Negrete, Kevin Owens, Chancellor Page, Siliva Parra Dela Longa, Paul Pena, Maia Pizarro, Erika Pochybova, Erin Puckett, Steve Quevedo, Fari Rahimi, Katrina Rasmussen, Carol Riedel, Alex Rose, Wendi Ruth, Ernest Scheihagen, Una Scott, Jerry Skibell, Gisela-Heidi Strunck, Juergen Strunck, Jose Vargas, Katerina Verguelis, Marilyn Waligore, Robert Walker, William Webster, Terri Wilder, Matthew Wood, Nicholas Wood, James Yonkman, and Ramon Zozaya.

For information about the ART214 exhibitions at the other OCA venues, please visit

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