Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Members' news

Sandra Holubow received a best-of-show award for her collage oil painting Off the Beaten Track, below, at the Senior Artists Network 2010 members' exhibit at the South Shore Cultural Center.  Exhibit continues through April 8.  7059 South Shore Drive, Chicago.

George C. Clark has been invited to teach two workshops on creating miniature rustic twig furniture at this summer's Woodlanders Gathering, July 9-12,  at the Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts in Mineral Point, WI.  
Sample of George's miniatures:

Amanda Ross-Ho's exhibit SOMEBODY STOP ME opens Thursday, April 1 at Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery in New York City.  Her show includes sculpture, photographs, paintings, and engages the gallery's architecture, as well, with the overall aim of dissolving distinctions between studio practice and public display.  This will be her first solo exhibit in New York, continuing through May 1.  Amanda lives in Los Angeles and  is the daughter of member Ruyell Ho.

Woman Made Gallery will host a reading for Women's History Month on Sunday, March 21, 2-4 PM.  Five women writers will read from their works; this is concurrent with the 13th International Open exhibit at the gallery.  Event is free.  685 N. Milwaukee.

"We are all born naked; the rest is just drag." [Rupaul]
Plan now!  You may want to make work for this show:   Woman Made invites ALL GENDERS to apply to  Girl, Please!, an exhibit exploring gender and how it defines us, and how we push back or transcend such definitions.  Deadline is August 11.   See for details.

Scroll back for announcements about continuing exhibits.

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