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escolhidos por MARIA PINTO
(Maria Regina Pinto Pereira)

sábado, 16 de maio de 2015

Pairings: Collaborative Works by Two or More Artists




Pairings: Collaborative Works by Two or More Artists is a juried exhibition that presents works created by artists working together. For centuries artists have collaborated, creating new forms, combining materials in radically new ways, or engaging in a rivalry of invention and technique. Picasso and Braque worked together to devise cubism, often using a healthy dose of collage and mundane materials. Robert Rauschenberg collaborated with Merce Cunningham, creating sets, lighting, scenery, and costumes for the Cunningham dance company, which Rauschenberg called his biggest canvas. Pairings will feature collaborative work by 21st-century artists and celebrate the creative acts of multiple contributors.
The juried exhibition will consist of original, collaborative artwork from approximately 50 artists, in the media of book arts, collage, drawing, encaustics, furniture, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. All work must have been created collaboratively, by two or more artists.

Important Dates
Exhibition Dates:  August 19 – October 4, 2015
Application Deadline:  June 14, 2015
Artwork delivered to HCA for show:
Shipped work (return shipping must be prepaid):  Delivery on August 10, 12, 13, 14, and 15: 
 NOT on August 11
Hand-delivered work:  Delivery on August 10 from 11 AM – 4 PM ONLY
ARTIST RECEPTION: Saturday, August 22, 2015 from 5 – 8PM.
Artists are encouraged to invite friends, clients and family to the reception and to the gallery during the show.
Pickup of unsold work: Sunday October 4 from 5 – 6 PM or Monday October 5 from 11 AM – 2 PM
Due to space limitations, work left after October 5 may be subject to a $15 per week storage fee.
Chairs:  Jeremy Joan Hewes and Phyllis Rapp
Jurors:  Susan Cornelis and Suzanne Edminster

GUIDELINES / Eligibility
All artists are eligible.
All work must be original and have been created by at least two artists.
Eligible media include book arts, collage, drawing, encaustics, furniture, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.
Artists may submit a maximum of 3 pieces for consideration (an artist may have different collaborators but may enter a total of only 3 works).
Jurying will be conducted from uploaded photos of actual works available for the exhibition. No substitutions will be allowed.
Work must be for sale.
Work must be wired, in a secure frame or housing, and ready to hang; be free-standing; or otherwise be professionally mounted.
Maximum size: 2-dimensional work may be no larger than 50 inches on the longest side, including frame, and may weigh no more than 30 pounds; 3-dimensional work may be no larger than 30 inches high or 30 inches wide and must weigh no more than 30 pounds.
Electricity using standard home-use amperage is available.
Healdsburg Center for the Arts reserves the right to exclude work that cannot be physically accommodated.
Other exclusions may apply. If you have any specific questions about eligibility, contact us BEFORE you complete the application: Jeremy Joan Hewes at or Phyllis Rapp at
Submissions for Pairings are accepted ONLINE ONLY. The application deadline is June 14, 2015. 
To apply:
Click here for
COMPLETE the registration and online application process
UPLOAD high-quality images of your work, according to JAS specifications
PAY the entry fee: $35 for up to three pieces
Artwork must be for sale and must remain through the end of the exhibit. HCA commission is 40%. All sales are paid within a month following the end of the exhibition.
Healdsburg Center for the Arts will provide an electronic show announcement, send out press releases and calendar announcements, provide show announcement cards to artists and local businesses, and host the Artist Reception. HCA will take all reasonable care of submitted art, but insurance is the responsibility of the artist.
Contact Show Chairs:  Jeremy Joan Hewes: or Phyllis Rapp:

desenhadeira - Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo - SP

sexta-feira, 15 de maio de 2015

oficina Releituras do Urbano - Maria do Carmo Carvalho e Selma Daffré - SP ESTAMPA


Oficina- 04 encontros- 19, 26 de maio e 02 e 09 de junho- das 10h30 às 13h30
(como opção também aos sábados- 23 e 30 de maio e 06 e 13 de junho das 10h30 às 13h30)

“Releituras do Urbano”-
Maria do Carmo Carvalho e Selma Daffré

Formação de um grupo de trabalho visando uma releitura urbana num dos bairros da cidade, por meio da criação, elaboração e produção de gravuras, desenhos e monotipias.
Tudo isto permite abrir potencialidades construtivas do espaço urbano e em diálogo com ele, propondo novas percepções e situações no plano do registro das matérias e materiais.
Número de vagas- 08
Valor- R$ 90,00 cada aula, num total de R$ 360,00
Lista de material- 20 fls de papel canson A4; máquina fotográfica ou celular com máquina fotográfica; lápis preto 2B e 6B, Guache ou aquarela (o que tiver); filme de radiografia usado
Inscrições por email-
Espaço Oficina de Gravura
Rua Caminha de Amorim, 338, Vila Madalena
(Perto da Estação Vila Madalena)
f. 11 99843 3509 (Selma Daffré), 11 92199 9993 (Maria do Carmo Carvalho)

quinta-feira, 14 de maio de 2015

the fifth annual exposure Photography Award

More opportunities for Exposure:
We are thrilled to announce the Special Curation Panel.

This year we are excited to include an amazing panel of notable Instagram photographers that are curating our weekly features email reaching over 650,000 people as well as Facebook albums shared with 360,000 people. 

The Official Jury Panel will be reviewing portfolios of photographers who have applied for the Exposure Award, offering a photo reception at the Louvre Museum in Paris, a $15,000 cash grant, global publicity and more.

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The Exposure Award Special Curation Panel 

Molly Cranna 


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Kevin Russ 

Simone Bramante 

Ami Vitale 

Victoria Siemer 

Michael Christopher Brown 

Kirsten Alana 

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Linhas de horizonte: entre o corpo, o olhar e o espaço - Edith Derdyk - SP

Linhas de horizonte: entre o corpo, o olhar e o espaço
Coordenação: EDITH DERDYK
A experiência de percorrer fisicamente os espaços - sejam eles públicos, privados, urbanos, rurais - adotando o enunciado "caminhar como prática estética", é uma prática que serviu como fundamento para a produção de muitos artistas, projetos e coletivos. Datas: 13, 20, 27/06 e 04/07, sábados, das 10h às 13h. Clique aqui e saiba mais!
Rua Capitão Macedo 370 - Vila Mariana – São Paulo - SP / CEP: 04021-020 Telefone: (11) 2337 3015

transmissão - André Yassuda -SP