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Ink and Clay 38

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INK AND CLAY 38
Exhibition Dates: Thurs, March 15 to Fri, April 27, 2012
Entries must be postmarked by Thursday, December 1, 2011

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Ink and Clay 38
Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of prints, drawings, ceramic ware and clay sculpture, sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. The primary underwriting is through the generosity of Col. Jim Jones. Ink & Clay is an exhibition open to all of the Western States includ- ing: AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, ND, NM, NV, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WY. A virtual catalog of the exhibition will be mounted on the gallery’s website. A PDF version of the catalog will be available for download. Each artist will receive a page featuring an image of their accepted work and an artist’s statement.

Jurors:  Ink - Michelle Deziel
Clay - Carol Sauvion 

Michelle Deziel is an Independent Contemporary Art Curator and Consultant. Deziel is currently organizing the first major West Coast retrospective of Los Angeles painter and printmaker Ynez Johnston at the Mingei Museum in San Diego (2011). She is also working as a consultant on the Norton Simon Museum of Art’s exhibition PROOF: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California (2011) and co-authoring the catalogue for the Torrance Art Museum’s 2012 show Between the Knowing. Deziel was formerly a curator at the Norton Simon Museum, where for ten years she managed the museum’s collection of 20th century art and organized numerous exhibitions, including works on paper exhibits by Goya, Picasso, Diebenkorn and Ruscha. She holds a B.A. degree in Art History and French from Cal State University, Long Beach. She also studied at the Université de Paris, Sorbonne and the Université d’Aix-Marseilles in France.
When asked by what criteria she would judge the “Ink” submissions, Deziel responded: “When asked to jury exhibitions, my approach is to carefully and critically examine each submission before making a selection.
I am interested in works of art that have the power to engage aesthetically, conceptually and technically. Whether a drawing or a print, the artist’s technical mastery must be evident-quality always stands out-as does originality and innovation.”
Carol Sauvion is the Founder and Director of Freehand Gallery in Los Angeles, California, and is theExecutive Producer of the Peabody Award winning and Emmy nominated CRAFT IN AMERICA television series broadcast nationwide on PBS.

Entries
Please submit images on a CD for jurying. Entries must be postmarked by Thursday, December 1, 2011. CD’s of accepted works will be retained for documentation and preparation of the catalog.

ENTRIES: Please submit images on a CD that is formatted to be readable on a MAC computer. Please be sure to write your name on the disk.
The following applies to EACH digital image:
1. File size should not exceed 2 MB
2. Resolution at 300 DPI
3. Save image file as JPEG (Do NOT use “Photo Library” files.)
4. Images should be named with the first initial and last name of the artist, and the number that corresponds to the number on the entry label. Example: JDoe#1. Detail images should be designated in the following manner: JDoe#1Adetail.

Submitting
Mail CD, entry form, and fee to: Kellogg Art Gallery, California State Polytechnic University 3801 W. Temple Ave. Pomona, CA 91768
Gallery phone number: 909-869-4302
Kellogg Art Gallery

Reception: Sat, March 24, 2012 from 5:00PM – 7:00PM

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LAPS Student Invitational

A Juried Printmaking Exhibition of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society
Student Members

Saddleback College Art Gallery
28000 Marguerite Parkway Mission Viejo, CA 92692

Exhibition Dates: Thursday, November 5 – Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Artist’s Reception: Thursday, November 5, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

 

Jurors: William Riley, Professor Printmaking/Drawing, Saddleback College, CA.
Bob Rickerson, Curator and Gallery Director, Saddleback College, CA

Working Proof: Printmaking podcasts

Seattle artist Ben Moreau has started a podcast series that focuses on printmakers and issues that are of interest to printmakers called Working Proof.

The latest Working Proof podcast is from celebrated woodcut artist, Karen Kunc. After a long hiatus Working Proof triumphantly returns. She talks about her beginnings
in printmaking, how travel affects her work, the role of bookarts in her studio practice, and changes she has
noticed in woodcut printmaking over the years. Check it out here

Working Proof officially launched in April 2009 with a discussion with University of Wisconsin's John Hitchcock; talking about his work, some of his projects and ends with
thoughts about current trends and practices in printmaking. Check it out here

Other Working Proof podcasts include a talk with Seattle gallery owner and print dealer Sam Davidson, Washington State University's Kevin Haas and more.....

 


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