[Sponsored Listing] The O’Hanlon Center for the Arts announces a call for artists for Red, an online gallery show. How do you approach the color red in your work? What does the red connote for you? It is passion, anger, courage, fire, fever, embarrassment, or blood?
Enter by: 1 July 2022
The O’Hanlon online gallery will see red this summer, from light pink to dark maroon or vibrant vermilion. All artists invited to submit their work that features the color red. This is not a monochromatic show. The Center is looking for work that features the color red. This is an online only show.
Art will be chosen by Jen Tough. Jen has worked as an Art Director for Urban Outfitters, Warners Bro Records, Hollywood Records, and numerous magazines. She created The Artist Alliance Community, an online membership site focusing on both professional and creative development for visual arts. She hosts a podcast, Tough on Arts, where artists can submit questions. Jen has juried and curated numerous national and regional exhibitions.
Red Artist Benefits
If accepted, the artist’s work will be:
- Included in a curated exhibition on the center’s website
- Promoted through media outlets such as Facebook and Instagram as well as promoted to a 4000-person email list
- Part of a professionally-designed program that highlights each artist and available to be downloaded and printed from the exhibitions page
- Archived on the center’s website in perpetuity
There will be an online roundtable art discussion to celebrate the show on Tuesday, July 12th at 4 PM Pacific Time. Open to all.
Buyers will pay the artist directly for any sales.
About O’Hanlon Center for the Arts
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts is a nonprofit educational organization (501(c)3) whose mission is to provide an environment and spaces where creativity and community can develop, expand, and flourish. The center emphasizes the creative process and continued pursuit of meaning and authenticity through observation, exploration, and experimentation. With joyful hearts and curious minds, the center honors each individual’s creative exploration, encourages artistic practice, and offers the freedom to begin, discover, express, and reflect. All are welcome at O’Hanlon Center for the Arts
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O’Hanlon Center for the Arts announces an international call for artists for the 12th annual Women Artists Making Their Mark exhibition. The O’Hanlon Center is committed to bringing more gender equity to the world of art. Artists who identify as female are encouraged to submit.
Deadline: 21 Aug 2020
This show is dedicated in honor of the pioneer women artists who paved the way. To name a few: Artemisia Gentileschi 1593 – c. 1656), Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (1749–1803), Harriet Powers (1839–1910), Augusta Savage (1892-1962), Lee Krasner (1908-1984), Louise Bourgeois (1911- 2010), and Yayoi Kusama (1929 – present).
Women Artists Making Their Mark Jurors: Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray, owners and curators of one of the most prestigious galleries on the west coast, Seager Gray Gallery.
This show will be online on the O’Hanlon Center website and viewed at the live Zoomed Artist round table where the jurors and artists can talk about the work. This will be recorded and promoted after the event through the O’Hanlon website and social media. The show will be promoted with the San Francisco Bay Area Media and have adjunct events related to Women in the arts for the month of September.
About O’Hanlon Center for the Arts
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts is a community-focused nonprofit art center located on two acres at the base of Marin County’s Mount Tamalpais. The Center is known in the San Francisco Bay Area as a progressive and experiential art center. From a rich history to a beautiful setting, O’Hanlon Center has much in common with other California artists’ colonies founded in the early and mid 20th century.
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts provides an environment and spaces where creativity and community can develop, expand, and flourish. Due to the current pandemic all shows and classes have gone online and facilities, including the gallery, are being used as artists studios.
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