CALL TO ARTISTS: 64 ARTS is celebrating its 11th year. Open to artists working in all mediums, Ben Owen, Director of Arts@MSP, will serve as this year’s juror and award $4,100 in prizes. DEADLINE FOR ENTRY: Monday, July 15, 2019 at 11:59pm.
ENTRY PROCEDURE: All entries are submitted digitally through www.callforentry.org (CaFÉ). Please retain a copy of the information you provide on the entry form. If you have not registered with CaFÉ, setting up your portfolio is free. There is a $30 charge for entering up to three (3) pieces of artwork in this exhibition, with one image per piece of artwork. After completing the entry information, a credit card number or check number will be required to confirm the entry process. CaFÉ requires all images to conform to a specific format. The Buchanan Center for the Arts encourages artists to review the instructions and tutorials for formatting images and entering before beginning the actual entry process. Entries will be active on the CaFÉ website February 15 through July 15, 2019, and all entries must be submitted by 11:59pm CST on July 15, 2019. Please click on the link for more details and a copy of the prospectus.
Brian and Stephanie Baugh joined the Monmouth community in 2005 when Brian began teaching at Monmouth College. Both of them now teach at Monmouth: Brian is a Professor of Art and chair of the Art Department; and Stephanie is an Assistant Professor of Art and Coordinator of the first-year general education course, Introduction to Liberal Arts. Brian teaches painting and drawing, and his artworks include paintings from observation and abstraction. Stephanie teaches graphic design, and her work includes collages, linear abstractions, and text-based paintings. Brian and Stephanie's work is on display in the James Keefe Gallery through June 30.
Join us in the BCA gallery as we continue our 30th anniversary celebration at 10am Wednesday, May 8, for Old Friends Talk Art with Tom Lytle and Paulette Thenhaus, and 5-7pm Friday, May 10, for the opening reception of Canvas, Metal & More. The opening reception will also include the music of The Polytones as well as the culinary delights of our famous hospitality committee. These events are free and open to the public. See you in the gallery!