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Graffiti Artist Needed! Check it out…

Got this posting off of Craigslist.com. If interested just send an email to the address below….get on it.-BG

42 Monroe st
a gallery of hip hop/graffiti art from Jacksonville, and other cities around the country.  This project is being started with a “Space and a Dream” & WE NEED YOUR HELP. In many places, painting graffiti is illegal. We don’t advocate breaking the law, but we think art belongs in public spaces and that more legal walls should be made available for this fascinating art form. The Monroe is offering 650 sq feet to display your art form. Pick a space and let your dreams flow. For your service we will display & sell pieces of your art without fee.

If you are interested in this opportunity please email a picture of your art ,contact info (cell#), And any questions you may have.

Email at comm-ktwcr-2345383654@craigslist.org

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Thrilla in Manilla = AWESOME

To see the first issu of Thrilla in Manila click on the following link:  http://issuu.com/thrillainmanila/docs/issue1/58

From Tom P @ Versus Gallery/JaxScene:  “This is a online version of what is going in the Thrilla In Manila art project packets. Thrilla In Manila is a project that was thought up 2 months ago and has went through the process of open call, and then open to writers and is now being packaged. The package consist of over 35 original pieces of artwork most of them signed and numbered and is limited to only 50 copies. Tomorrow there is going to be a release for it at Birdies during First Friday. There is a no raffle or a way to purchase Thrilla In Manilla. The only way to get a copy is by performing a talent or showing that you really want it by eating something bizarre. You can reserve a copy here.

Designers in Toyland

Designers in Toyland

    When? 12.11.10 @ 6:00pm Where? TBA directions Type? Local Chapter Event Cost? $5 or FREE if you make a Toy (Proceeds go to Discover Design: discoverdesign.aigajacksonville.org)

A Custom Toy Show

Do you remember your favorite childhood toy? Gone (perhaps) but not forgotten. Toys are about imagination and imagination is the first tool of all artists and designers. So sharpen up your tools, tap into your inner child and create a custom toy!

AIGA Jacksonville is now accepting entries for our 2nd annual custom toy show, Designers in Toyland, on December 11 from 6-9 pm.
Participation is open to all. Sign up by filling out this form.

Design a toy from scratch, add to an existing toy, or customize a blank vinyl toy. Last year we had over 80 artists exhibiting. To see their work, check out these excellent sources for ideas and inspiration:

 

Although we are still working on the venue, here are some other dates to be aware of:
  • Deadline to sign up: November 30
  • Toy drop off: December 9 from 5:30 to 8pm
  • Event date: December 11 from 6pm to 9 pm
  • Toy pick up: December 12 from 1 to 5 pm
Questions?

Email Katy Garrison at programming@aigajacksonville.org

Brian

Oil Relief @ 323 Modernism

ART mediums and styles of all varieties will be available at all price points.  Proceeds go to the National Audubon Society.  323 Modernism features works by both local and famous artists.Door Admission is $8, Free Admission to contributors/sponsors.  Come out and help support Audubon’s work protecting birds, other wildlife, and their habitats. 

Local Contributing Artists/Organizations SO FAR Include:

Brenden Manning
Marcus Allen Doornbosch
Alexis Audate
Rachel Levanger
Christianna White
Tony Rodrigues
Mark George
Nancy Asbell
Jason Gawronski
Jason Campioni
Derek Des Islets
Tyler Lewis Goshen
Polly Taylor
Crystal Floyd
Jeremiah Douglas
Fena Foley
Christy Hernandez-Block
Artefact Redux
Naomi Vail
Sharla Valeski “The Next Gallery”
Maria Dunlap
Martha Holloway “Flying Phoenix”
Anna Funk
Campbell Carroll
Lulu Kelly
John Wehrheim (Pugsley Wehrheim)
Sue Meadows Ellis
Rena Rettinger

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Salon Gallery

There’s a new gallery on the block! Lets give a big welcome to Salon. A brand spanking new gallery that’s set to have its “soft” opening during the July art walk. Always good to see a new gallery open up here in the ville. I have also been invited to show some work with them so, it will also be nice to be back in a gallery that’s a participant in Art Walk each month. Salon is having an open call to artists as well. Here is the details that I got from Salon- For any additional details visit their web site at www.salonjax.com . Salon Gallery is located at 109 East Bay St in downtown Jacksonville. Dont forget to check them out during the July art walk, they are very open to feedback so let them know what ya think about the new gallery.-BG

This is a call for all artists in all media.

If you are interested in showing at Salon please forward the following to art@salonjax.com:
• picture of the piece(s)
• brief description of the materials used
• specific dimensions
• suggested retail price(s)
• your contact information

Upon review by Salon’s principals we will then reach out to you to schedule a time for you to drop off the selected work(s). At this meeting you will review and sign our consignment agreement (30% commission/no hanging fees). We can also create the bio that will accompany your work(s) at Salon. The space is still undergoing renovations but we would love to have you stop in to see the raw space and possibly give us some cool design ideas (wink, wink). We are all about collaboration so we will be holding a mixer/open house soon. We will keep you posted on the details.

Visit http://www.salonjax.com for more information. Salon is located at 109 E. Bay St.

5 Points Mural by Shaun Thrurston

Shaun Thurston, local graffiti artist extraordinaire, has completed a rockin’ revamp of the 5 Points mural at Lomax. The original mural, completed in the 1980s, had grown tired and sported multiple tags; local businesses and residents wanted to keep the the wall a place for public art, but also yearned for a fresh new face on this iconic corner.
Members of the new RAP180 group spearheaded the project, and RAP pulled together the funds to buy the supplies. Over the course of a couple of weeks, Shaun sketched out his vision, and then got to work. You have just GOT to see what this man can do with nine days and some tubes of spray paint–the artistry is incredible. Check it out, and let us know what you think.
Photo credit:  Daniel Goncalves

Greta Songe @ Nullspace 5-14

From Nullspace Gallery:

Nullspace gallery is pleased to present a new installation by artist Greta Songe. Her work consists of paintings, drawings, prints, stop motion animation, and installations, which have been exhibited both nationally and internationally at such shows as The Domestico Drawing Invitational in Madrid, Spain. She is a member of two collaborative art groups, Paintallica (paintallica.com) and Tiny Circus (tinycircus.org). She is a founding member of Tiny Circus, which makes and shows stop motion animations as an artist collective and with community groups across the country.

For this exhibit, Songe will create an expansive wall installation involving printed materials, painting, and drawing. The installation centers around the concept of disasters, a timely theme which will be represented visually and via the process of the making of the piece.

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