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Arteast Ottawa Ontario
Arteast is a highly active not-for-profit visual arts organization.
Arteast est une association très active dans les arts visuels.
Some Arteast Works
Call for Artwork
Arteast’s "Mosaic - Mosaïque"
February 12th, to March 17th, 2015
A juried exhibition to be presented in the Trinity gallery, Shenkman Arts centre. Jury Day- January 10th, 2015 Coming up in February 2015 is the next Arteast juried show. There is no theme for this show. We want to showcase the wide variety of artwork that members produce. Arteast members are encouraged to submit their best two and three dimensional work to this annual juried exhibition. We are looking for insightful, creative, visual art in all media. Jury day is January 10th, 2015 with drop off from 10am – Noon and pick up from 4pm -4:30pm.
No pre-registration required, just bring the completed, signed form with your work on jury day.
Dates To Remember
Drop off of artwork(s) and application form for jury selection
Where: Studio A
3rd floor Shenkman Arts Centre,
245 Centrum Blvd, Ottawa
Saturday, January 10th, 10:00 a.m. to Noon
Pick-up artworks Saturday, January 10th, 4:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Drop off selected artworks for exhibition Wednesday, February 11th 11:00 a.m. to noon
Trinity Art Gallery, Shenkman Arts Centre
For information or if you wish to volunteer for jury day contact:
Maureen Rooney Mitchell
Arteast Group exhibition of paintings
Blackburn Hamlet Library in conjunction with Arteast is proud to present an exhibition of paintings by a group of artists who manage the various venues where Arteast hangs work. This show is titled “Arteast Venues” and runs from December 2nd to January 31st.
The volunteers who have art on display are Elisabeth Baechlin, Josie De Meo, Carmen Dufault, Virginia Dupuis, Christine Gendron, Beata Jakubek, Ted Johnston, Isabella Lévèsque Bouchard, Maureen Rooney Mitchell, Pari Zati.
2015 marks the 25th anniversary of Arteast and this show draws attention to the various venues where Arteast hangs work as well as the volunteer managers of various venues.
This is a unique opportunity for the public to enjoy, encourage and support artists in their local community as well as the Blackburn Hamlet Library.Location: Blackburn Hamlet branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 199 Glenpark, Ottawa K1B 5B8 Hours: Monday to Thursday: 10 - 8:30, Friday: 1:00 - 6:00, Saturday: 10:00- 5:00, Sunday: closed.
"Harbinger" Maureen Rooney Mitchell
Call for Art
“Silver Celebration - Winter”
January 8 – March 17
Coming up in January 2015 is the next unjuried Promenade Arteast exhibition.
One artwork per member may be submitted.
(One piece up to a width of 38 inches x 72 inches tall including frame or one three dimensional work:- size limit-12” x 12” x 36” h)
Members who wish to participate are requested to fill out an application form for Promenade
There is no theme for this show though as it is the first show in our 25th anniversary year we ask that the word ‘silver’ is kept in mind when submitting. Whether that be silver colour, silver frame or something suggestive of silver or anniversary in the title.
If a large selection of work is submitted the applicants will be added to the list for subsequent shows providing applications are received by the posted deadline. Members will be informed if they are accepted in the posted exhibition or a subsequent show.
(Drop off day for selected artwork is the day before the exhibition starts 10am – 11am)
Exhibitors must bring the completed, signed form with their work on changeover day.
Entrants must be members or will become members of Arteast. There is a $5 hanging fee.
For information contact:
Maureen Rooney Mitchell email@example.com