CALL FOR ART: RHODE ISLAND STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS (RISCA) PRESENTS THE ARTISTS LOOP MEMORY-QUILT COLLAGE EXHIBIT AT ATRIUM GALLERY JULY 15TH - AUGUST 19TH
Call for Art
Participation is FREE.
First time exhibitors are welcome to submit.
Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA)
William E. Powers Administration Building
One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02908
The Artists Loop
Memory Quilt-Collage Exhibit
July 15th - August 19th, 2017
Michele Chisholm Leavitt & Pnina Pressburger
You are invited to submit up to 3 original mixed media collage art. Work will be juried from jpeg images and statements submitted via email by March 31st 2017 at email@example.com
Each collage inspired by quilts and elements of quilt making should include at least one piece of FABRIC & one piece of PAPER with personal meaning.
Statements: One about the Artist & One about the Art are required. 100 words or less each.
Maximum size - 18”x 24”.
Notifications of qualified work will be send via email by May 2017.
About Memory Quilt-Collage:
Pnina Pressburger founded and developed the Artists Loop program. Since September 2015, The Artists Loop: Memory Quilt-Collage project, was led by Pnina Pressburger in collaboration with textile and collage artists to explore mixed media art making. Martha Jackson at Restored by Design reviewed her process working with fabric and Lauren Pearlman together with collage artists discussed working with special paper at Paper Connection International. We also visited RISD Museum to view a collage Romare Bearden (1911-88) led by curator Emily Peters following the screening and discussion of the documentary about this artist at the Weaver Library with artist/educator Keith Fox. Additional events further the idea for this upcoming Memory Quilt-Collage Exhibit.
For additional information follow: facebook.com/TheArtistsLoop
About Michele Chisholm Leavitt
Michele Chisholm Leavitt is a RI artist who was born in Louisville, KY and later grew up on Long Island, NY. Michele graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology and earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from Cornell University. She has been an adjunct art professor since 1976 including when she moved to RI in 1991, teaching at CCRI and RISD Pre College. Her textiles, collages, drawings and paintings can be found in the collections of the Newport Art Museum, The University of Virginia Art Museum and more.
About the Atrium Gallery
The Atrium Gallery was developed to exhibit the work of public artists in the State Capitol Complex. It hosts exhibits on a rotating basis, in partnership with community artists and arts organizations from across the state. The Atrium showcases artwork from a variety of groups from diverse communities.
These exhibits and receptions have become an important and anticipated event for everyone, as they provide a wonderful venue for a greater appreciation of the artistic talent from various communities. Web: www.arts.ri.gov