Due to the Coronavirus, the Plymouth Arts Center has decided to extend the deadline to enter your prospectus for the “Alive in the Arts” exhibition. The original due date was March 31st. The new due date is April 30th. We will also be delaying the opening date of the Alive in the Arts exhibition to June 5th instead of May 8th. This will be a soft opening instead of our typical reception. We will notify you with any future changes.
Plymouth Arts Center’s current exhibition is Wear ‘Fore’ Art. We invite you to take a virtual tour this show by viewing the YouTube video….. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3J3_dWeusM If an item speaks to you….we could arrange for a sale and shipment at the end of this show. We are extending the ending date of the show. We hope we’ll be able to open to the public in May so that everyone can see the many lovely pieces in this show.
Wisconsin professional artists and Wisconsin residents for whom fine art is an avocation, are invited to submit entries for Gallery 110 North’s 25th Annual Juried Exhibit, “Alive in the Arts.” Artists must be 18 years and over to enter. Open to all two and three-dimensional fine art media including, but not limited to, pastel, painting, sculpture, graphite, drawing, photography, fiber, ceramics, metal, glass, wood, paper, jewelry, leather, printmaking and mixed media. Postmark deadline for entries is March 31, 2020. “Alive in the Arts” will open on Friday, May 8, 2020 with a festive reception beginning at 4:30 and an awards ceremony at 6:30pm. To receive a prospectus, please call the Plymouth Arts Center (920) 892-8409, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or applications may be downloaded from the PAC website:www.plymoutharts.org
The JURORS for this annual juried competition Richeson School of Art & Gallery, Kimberly, WI. MICHELLE RICHESON is an award-winning painter and art educator. Her works in oil, watercolor and acrylic are found in galleries, private and public collections throughout the Midwest. She is a published author and a sought after Juror. SHANNON PIETTE: Executive Director for, Richeson School of Art & Gallery, and for the Richeson’s 75 International Art Competitions. She teaches classes, curates exhibits and creates her own works in oil, casein and dry point etching. Shannon has served on the Board of Directors for the Glass Art Society.
Awards for this show will be determined at the Juror/Judge’s discretion from the actual work. $1000 in cash awards will be presented.
The Alive in the Arts Annual Juried show is generously underwritten by Wisconsin Bank and Trust, 20/20 Visions, Dr. Sharon Roberts and Dr. Brad Wicklund, and Conrad and Barbara Barrows.
Gallery 110 North is located in the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 E. Mill Street in historic downtown Plymouth. Regular gallery hours are: Tuesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm; Saturday and Sunday, Noon-3:00pm. Closed Mondays and Holidays. Admission to Gallery 110 North is always free!
ARTISTS Please click HERE to download a pdf copy of the 2020 Alive in the Arts Prospectus.
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