Withstanding Time by Eva Antebi-Lerman

First Place

 

Visit the Exhibit through August 12, 2017

Riverside Arts Center
76 North Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI  48197

Gallery Hours:
Thursday-Saturday 3-8 pm
Sunday 1:30-4 pm

 

 

The Juror:   Valerie Allen (http://valerieallenart.com) is a professional artist residing in Michigan. Valerie received her BFA from University of Cincinnati. Valerie is the Curator for Studio 23 / The Arts Center in Bay City,Michigan. She is also on the faculty at Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art in Midland, MI and Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center in Detroit. As a Certified Working Artist for Golden Artist Colors, she gives lectures and workshops in the Midwest on arts materials. Her workshops cover topics such as Innovations in Acrylics, Painting through Thick and Thin, and The Painterly Print.

Valerie has exhibited nationally in the Chicago Biennial, New American Drawing in Santa Fe, National Collage Society Exhibit at Montserrat College of Art, “Heart Rate-The Artistic Pulse of Post-Industrial Michigan” at Buckham Gallery and “From Margin to Center: Explorations in Mixed Media” at Central Michigan University.

 

The Awards Presentation: Valerie Allen talked about each of the Awarded Art Pieces.

  • "Weisman Art Center" by Mary Whiteside

 

 

 

2017 Summer Juried Exhibit

The Summer Juried Exhibit

July 7 – August 12, 2017

Artist Reception:
July 7 @ 5 – 7 pm
Award Presentations @ 6 pm

The Summer Exhibit this year includes 46 artists with 64 pieces of art.
It is a multi-media exhibit of both 2D and 3D artwork.

Riverside Arts Center
76 N Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
734.480.ARTS (2787)

Open Gallery Hours:
Thursday – Saturday: 3 – 8 pm
Sunday:  1:30 – 4 pm

 
 

Monday Night Program

Catie Newell

Monday, March 20 @ 7pm

Catie Newell is the founding principal of the art and architecture practice Alibi Studio and the Director of the Master of Science in Architectural Design and Research program with concentrations in Material Systems and Digital Technologies at the University of Michigan.

Using site-specific installations and photography as the main mediums of her practice, Newell re-presents existing spaces through an obscuring of the relevant embedded materials. She deploys material manipulation, illumination and darkness, and implications of occupation to intervene in a space where something unanticipated has already happened. The materials and their tectonic are chosen for their relevance to the site and the history they infuse.

Ann Arbor Women Artists Hdqrs
4844 Jackson Road
Suite 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Read more on our Programs page.

 

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