The Arsenal Center for the Arts is seeking the work of professional artists from the Greater Boston area under the age of 30 years old. The 30 Under 30 Exhibition is designed to display and encourage the dialogue of 30 young artists in the Boston area. This exhibition will present a diversified look at emerging artistic talent in Massachusetts. All media is accepted, 2D and 3D – All work must be submitted electronically. Deadline: November 1, 2014.
Eligible applicants include artists in all disciplines — visual artists, musicians, performers, designers, photographers, filmmakers, artisans, etc. — whose practice would benefit from the opportunity to receive working capital funds and improve their financial and business management skills to make valuable investments aimed at growing their creative enterprises. (Income and household asset guidelines also apply. See application form for details.)
Application Deadline: November 7th, 2014 by 5:00 pm.
For more details and to download application, visit website – http://assetsforartists.org/
IFA’s 9th Annual Juried Exhibit Multiplicities: New Directions in Fiber
Juror: Elin Noble
On View October 17 – November 8, 2014
Artist Reception: Friday, October 24, 6-8pm
Works were selected from 165 submissions. The exhibit includes a wide variety of two- and three-dimensional wall pieces, sculpture, wearable art, tapestries and collage using a wide variety of materials including felt, quilting, armature wire, slinkies, cable ties, thread, metal, cotton warp, plastic bottle caps, plaster, beads and leather.
Image: Breakdown (Red and Blue) | by Suzanne Taetzsch from Rhode Island
Visit website for more details – http://www.imagofoundation4art.org/IFA/Welcome.html
Image: “Quilt Squares,” neckpiece by Joyce J. Scott.
Joyce J. Scott will teach Improvisational & Sculptural Beadwork at Metalwerx in Waltham, Friday through Sunday, October 24 – 26.
This workshop presents a special opportunity to study with internationally renowned artist Joyce J. Scott, often referred to and celebrated as the “Queen of Beadwork”. Her exuberant beaded sculptural forms and neckpieces reflect her take on all aspects of American popular culture, her ancestry, and the immediate world of her neighborhood. This class is specifically for students who are advanced in the Peyote stitch and wish to expand their technical and conceptual repertoire.
Metalwerx and Mobilia Gallery in Cambridge have gotten together to create more opportunities during Joyce’s visit. Mobilia will be holding an exhibition featuring some of Joyce’s latest artwork. The opening reception will take place on Saturday afternoon (class ends at 2PM that day). Students will have the opportunity to be taken to the opening reception at Mobilia Gallery so everyone can see and discuss work on display.
In addition Joyce will also be a presenter at Make/Speak, which is being held at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston on Wednesday, October 22, 7-8:30 PM. Make/Speak is a bi-annual one-night event that celebrates contemporary takes on craft with 7 not-so-conventional craftspeople. It is sponsored by the Commonwealth of Craft, a Consortium of Massachusetts Educational and Cultural Organizations that Metalwerx is part of. This event is free and open to the public.
For tickets to Make/Speak event at MFA, visit website: http://www.mfa.org/programs/lecture/makespeak
Join SDA member Valarie Poitier at her workshops during “A Quilters’ Gathering” (Nov. 5-9) in Manchester, NH.
Two events on Sunday, November 9th -
Jurying, Judging & Curating
9:00 AM half day Workshop
– As always I Have Lots of learned lessons to Share
Mrs. V’s Solo Act
12:30 P.M. Lunch/Lecture, A Day in “A Quilter’s Life”
– A Rib Tickling & Off the Wall Lecture!
Visit website to register and to see other events – http://www.aquiltersgathering.com/
Download brochure (pdf): A Quilters Gathering Brochure
Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA
Game Changers Speaker Series
“Art World Under the Spell” a Lecture by Warren Seelig
Sunday, October 19, 2014, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Seelig is visiting professor in the Fibers/Mixed Media program at
The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He teaches, curates, and
writes on various subjects related to textile, fiber, and material
studies. Please register by phone at 508.588.6000. Talk begins at 2:00 pm followed by discussion and questions. $15 ($7 Members)
Visit website for more details: http://fullercraft.org/event/art-world-under-the-spell-a-lecture-by-warren-seelig/
Join Adrienne Sloane for these upcoming workshops -
Artful Knit: A Sculptural Approach to Knitting
Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton
Two-day workshop, Saturday and Sunday, December 6 and 7, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Metalwerx in Waltham
Dec 12, 2014 10-5pm