The Fresh Up Club
Closes February 15, 2005
The sisterly bond between the artists in the current exhibition is, if not strictly, then largely genetic rather than gendered; the premise of the show describes the relationships between the artists on the walls and their friends more than it indicates a thematic criteria for inclusion. That said, with the exception of one large quite beautiful drawing, most of the works are hand-holding size. And appropriately, many of the works feature or indicate hands—sorting, holding, drumming, and drawing—as their subject matter. Other themes include sex and family—again, appropriately. All in all, it is nice to see a pendant show to "Brothers"; the works grew on me the longer I stayed.
The Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin
Starts Thursday, February 3, 4pm
The Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin is pleased to announce Viewpoint 2005. In it's fourteenth year, Viewpoints has invited Michael Duncan and Marcia E. Vetrocq who will present various programs consisting of public lectures, seminars, and studio critiques. Viewpoint 2005 will begin with a public presentation by both guests on Thursday, February 3, 2005 at 4:00 p.m. and a seminar will be held on Friday, February 4, in room 3.206, (Art Bldg.) from 3-5pm.
Women & Their Work Call For Entries
Deadline: February 1, 2005
Women & Their Work is soliciting proposals for individual and curated group exhibitions for its 2005/6 Gallery Artist Series. Works in all media will be accepted.
Eligibility: Women artists residing in Texas who have not has a solo exhibition in the Women & Their Work gallery within the past five years are eligible. Work done under supervision cannot be accepted. Enrolled Fine Arts students cannot exhibit. Recent or newly created work in all media will be considered. Artist must be able to exhibit their work by August 2005. The work exhibited must not have been previously exhibited in Austin.
Criteria: Selections are based on a strong, consistent aesthetic vision. Selections will be made by Women & Their Work Statewide Artists Advisory Council.
Calendar: February 1, 2005: Postmark deadline for all entry materials. March 15, 2005: Notification and slides mailed to
applicants. Slides of accepted work will be retained by Women & Their Work. July 2005 - July 2006: Exhibition and
installations will be scheduled for five week periods between these dates. Click here for application form.
Project Row Houses seeks Submissions
Saturday, January 8, 8pm, $5 Admission
Deadline: February 2, 2005
Project Row Houses has extended its submission deadline to February 2nd! A note from Project Row Houses (excerpt):
We are looking for proposals for the next round (spring) of installations, which will open in Mid April. The Artists Committee is encouraging artists to submit proposals for projects that are interactive as well interdisciplinary.... Selected artists receive an honorarium of $2,500.00 and the exhibition will run for six months. Please submit slides of your previous work with your proposals.
For more information and entry specifics, contact Robert Pruitt, Project Row Houses Arts Coordinator at 713.526.7662. Installation Projects, Attn: Robert Pruitt, 2521 Hoiman St, Houston TX, 77004.