Student art exhibit opens Aug. 23 at CMC Aspen
For the first time ever, all Colorado Mountain College Aspen art students are invited to submit one piece of art work for CMC-Aspen’s All Media Student Art Exhibit at the campus gallery. Students in ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking, stained glass, photography (traditional and digital) are asked to have their submissions in by Aug. 19.
Aspen division director Doug Rhinehart is curator for the campus gallery and will receive all submissions at the Aspen Gallery.
“It’s been wonderful and really important that students can show their work at the CMC Aspen Gallery and get feedback from additional people in the community. That’s really important for your growth as an artist,” Rhinehart said.
The show opens Friday, Aug. 23; the gallery reception will be from 5 to 7 p.m.
Be a purchase patron at Fall Art Festival
Become a purchase patron at the annual Glenwood Springs Fall Art Festival, Sept. 25 to 29. Each year the purchase patrons are the first to view the show and make their selections for purchase. The Art Guild will host an exclusive purchase patron evening Sept. 24 to meet the artists and feast on hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds from the festival support deserving high school graduates and help provide art materials to local schools. Patrons must purchase one piece of art for $50 or more. For more information call Kate Nielsen at 945-5204.
Calling all artists
Artists are invited to submit works to the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts for the upcoming Borderlands exhibit, set for Sept. 5 to 27. It is a celebration of cultural heritage and art. For information call 945-2414.
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