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Color Your World Open Exhibition

Exhibit: Sep 5- Sep 29
Searle & Reid Hodges Galleries

Online Entry: Until Aug 23, until 5:00pm EDST
Notify: by Aug 25

Receiving: Aug 28, 29, 30, 9:00-4:00pm*

Opening Reception:
Thursday, Sep 7, 5:00-7:00pm
Free – All Welcome

Pick up Sep 30, 9am – 1pm

*Note, the ArtCenter will be closed during this time for clean up so please ring the bell if the door is locked.

Color Your world is an open, all media, juried exhibit. The all media work will be displayed in all two galleries. The Instructor’s exhibit will be in the Kellogg GalleryTheme is a suggestion only. All artists

Entry Fees: Entry fees support the exhibition program at ArtCenter Manatee and help to keep the arts alive and vibrant in our community. If you are not currently a member, an individual membership is available for $60 for one full year.

1 piece – members $20
2 pieces – members $30
3 pieces – members $35

1 piece – non-members $30
2 pieces – non-members $50
3 pieces – non-members $65

Diptych – members add $5, non-members add $10,
Triptych –  members add $15, non-members add $30

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Color Your World

color web banner_postponedExhibit: Sep 5- Sep 29
Kellogg & Reid Hodges Galleries

Opening Reception Postponed until Sep 14 due to weather – stay safe and dry, then join us on
Thursday, Sep 14, 5:00-7:00pm
Free – All Welcome

Pick up Sep 30, 9am – 1pm

Color Your World is an open, all media, juried exhibit. The all media work will be displayed in the Kellogg and Reid Hodges  galleries. The Instructor’s exhibit will be in the Searle  Gallery.

Juror: Patricia Turner
Mixing powdered dyes to paint on papers and silks, Patricia Anderson Turner creates unique art that addresses issues of social, cultural, and political gravity. Turner’s work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally; her awards include a First Place for Contemporary Silk Art at the Verona Museum of Modern Art in Italy. Major museums and universities have purchased her work for their permanent collections. Her art has been featured in numerous publications to include a reference book on art and human rights introduced by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. This year, Turner’s work is in prestigious national social and political commentary art exhibits in Washington, D.C., Tennessee, St Louis, St Charles, MO, and Denver. Her installation, “Flight”, will be exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Tallahassee the spring and summer of 2018.