to Guild Artists: The Corrine Woodman Gallery requests
Guild members of all ArtCentric affiliated guilds to
submit work for consideration for the January 2004 -
October 2004 exhibition schedule
Each submission should be accompanied
with a submission form (see aside) and a 6x9 SASE for
juror's action (Juror's action is several pages of paper
and does not fit in a business size envelop). Submissions
without a SASE will not be considered. Photos and slides
will be returned at the same time. Actual work needs
to be picked up on October 7 (see below).
Calendar: Send in photos or slides prior to September
Bring in actual work Saturday, October 4, 2002, noon
- 5 PM.
Pick up actual work Tuesday October 7, 9:30 AM- 5:00
1: Artists that are interested being part of Winterlight,
ArtCentric's holiday gift show, are invited to contact
Hester Coucke or Gretchen Cuevas to be accepted. This
is a fundraising event: sales are important and "sale-ability"
will be an important consideration. Think outside your
usual box and produce work with an extra holiday appeal.
4: Entries due for LaPetite XI, a Small Format Show.
Jurors Dena E. Brown, Stever Reinmuth, Jill Atkin. Open
to all living artists in U.S. Artwork completed during
last 3 years. Submit by slide or CD with SASE. $10 per
entry, 3 for $25, Maximum of 3 artworks. Alder Gallery,
PO Box 8517 Cobrug, OR 97408. (541) 342-6411. www.alderart.com.
and craftspeople are invited to submit applications
for participating in the annual Holiday Bazaar of the
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis, which
will be held on Saturday, December 6, 2003. We are seeking
items which are affordable for holiday shoppers, are
aesthetically pleasing, innovative and created with
durable construction or archival standards. Once again,
the emphasis is on original works of art and crafts.
Individuals may request an entire display space or several
people may wish to go together to submit an eclectic
collection of their work. The booth may be staffed by
the artists or the organizers can provide staffing.
For an application or more information, contact Loreen
Olufson (541)754-6207 (evenings) or firstname.lastname@example.org
2: The College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon
State University invites artists to investigate the
visual resources available from the culture, economy,
science and practice of agriculture and natural resources
for its 22th annual fine art competition and exhibition,
Art About Agriculture Tour 2004. The exhibit will tour
the Pacific Norwest next year from March through August.
Entries are sought in all visual fine art media. Open
to artists living in Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho,
Hawaii, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Jurors for the
competition will be Harrison Branch, Corvallis; John
Maul, Corvallis; and Sue Lynn Thomas, Portland. More
than $4,000 will be available for purchase and honor
awards granted by the jurors. To receive a prospectus,
send a postcard, including your name and complete mailing
address, to Art About Agriculture, 127 Strand Hall,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331-2213, or
send an electronic mail message to: email@example.com.
20, 2004: Maude Kerns Art Center accepting submissions
for 2005-06 schedule. Made Kerns Art Center, www.mkartcenter.org.
Corvallis' first Book Festival includes writing
workshops for adults and youth. Saturday, Oct. 18, 9
- noon, various locations: Fiction Writing with Jane
Hamilton, The Personal Essay with Tracy Daugherty and
Marjorie Sandor; The Short Story and Poetry with Keith
Scribner and Jennifer Richter. Adult workshops $25.
Call 754-1551 for pre-registration information. Writing
Workshop for Kids from 2nd to 5th grade with Jessica
Lamb, poet and teacher; Writing Workshop for middle
and high school students with author Tom Birdseye, public
library. Register at event. For more information, visit
Workshop with Tom Allen. Tuesday, Nov. 4, 9 - 4
p.m. Schmidt's Garden Center, Greeley & 29th Streets,
Corvallis. Tom Allen, an award-winning artists specializing
in watercolors, is a delightfully engaging teacher.
He has the extraordinary ability to paint, teach, laugh,
and tell stories all at the same time. In Tom's workshop
you'll learn thte joy of the creative process and bringin
your paintings to life with vivid colors. $45, limited
to 12 participants. Mail check payable to Rivertooth
Artworks, 2101 NW Garfield Av, Corvallis. firstname.lastname@example.org
Adventures. Behind-the-Scenes, Dynamic, Inventive,
Inspiring, Fun. ARTrageous Travel Adventures for Arts
Enthusiasts. For more information/trip/brochure/mailing
list, contact ARTrageous director: Barbara Sobo Gast,