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2014 Exhibition Schedule for Full Schedule Proposal Guidelines The Arts Center schedules 4 to 6 exhibitions per year and serves as an educational resource for children and adults, offering hands-on art classes that relate to current exhibitions as well as lectures, docent tours and special events. Proposals for Exhibitions will be reviewed by the exhibition committee on a regular basis. Jan. 17-… Read more →

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Open: December 5th, 2014  |  Close: January 4th, 2015

  The Members’ Annual Exhibition features a diverse array of artworks by talented Arts Center members.  This is a non-juried exhibition which is open to all current members of the arts center. Holiday art sales are encouraged. Purchased artwork will be taken off the wall at the time of purchase, and the artist may replace it, keeping the exhibition ever… Read more →

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Open: January 17th, 2015  |  Close: March 8th, 2015

Work & Play: The Eames Approach January 17-March 8, 2015  |  Opening Reception Saturday January 24, 2015, 4 to 7pm “Toys are not really as innocent as they look. Toys and games are the preludes to serious ideas.” -Charles Eames The twentieth century design duo of Charles and Ray Eames approached their craft through play and experimentation that was known to… Read more →

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Open: July 25, 2014  |  Close: September 14, 2014
(n)collage – Organized by Joe McDonald

Collage = A new* way of seeing.  It is different from other art forms because it does not dictate a particular style – it is truly “mixed media”. The inventiveness and creativity used in a collage usually do not result from experience but from a willingness to experiment with the basic procedure.  (n)collage is organized by Petaluma artist Joe McDonald,… Read more →

Found in Archive, Exhibitions
Open: May 9, 2014  |  Close: July 6, 2014
FonFoto: A Mobile Phone Photography Exhibit

May 9- July 6, 2014   Artists Reception, May 10, 4 – 6 pm FonFoto, a juried exhibition is currently accepting entries of images photographed with cell phone cameras. As the heated discussion over the capability, viability, credibility of the camera phone continues among photographers, many have embraced the technology and the all-in-one, multi-media lifestyle of the cellphone-toting imagist. Smart phones are… Read more →

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