I'll go in chronological order since there is one deadline this Friday. Yes, as in two days from now.
Last month there was an opportunity to put up some work in Shuly's Bakery and a total of one person submitted work for it to Tabitha Jacobson ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). That was Grace, and the great news is that she sold the piece that she put up. So that's kind of awesome!
This Friday is the deadline for entry for a one month exhibit beginning on Jan. 16th. Personally I would like to see some of you put your oil or acrylic paintings from last year up there because they are so amazing. Please copy me on the email that you send to Tabitha if you submit a piece for this month. Below are the details:
1. image of your work
2. dimensions of the artwork (including frame size, if applicable)
3. your name, age, and high school
4. title of the piece, medium used, when it was completed
Email all of that to : email@example.com
There is also a great opportunity for an activity that is connected to the NUMU (Los Gatos Art Museum) on Jan. 16th. You can find out all the details HERE, but I will put part of the description below. While you'll need to sign up on their website, you can get an idea here. I will give extra credit for anyone who attends this three-hour activity and can get me proof that you were there. See me if you are confused. I think it is super worthwhile and could be really fun for you.
Learn tips for writing your own artist statement and framing your own
artwork. On the way to a pizza lunch, you will see how exhibits are
installed in a behind-the-scenes tour of Selfie, opening January 21.
Artist Danny Scheible will provide an introduction to the art of
Tapigami, in a "Make it Stick" collaborative group activity.
Registration is limited to the first 40 students who sign up.