Three fine opportunities sent to us by SDA – Washington members.
Leah Adams and Maude May are opening up their studio for a sale this weekend.
SDA member Jacqueline Calladine let us know about the VALA Eastside’s Redmond Centential Collection Show.
To commemorate Redmond’s 100th Anniversary, and to share the rich history of art and artists in the area, VALA Eastside [Venues for Artists in the Local Area] has selected 22 local artists to create the Redmond Centennial Collection. This includes work by SDA member Jacqueline Calladine whose work was awarded both the VALA Juried Artist Award and the Featured Artist Award.
The Redmond Centennial Collection is in partnership with Redmond Town Center and is sanctioned by the Redmond Centennial Planning Committee.
The VALA Gallery is located on the second floor of Redmond Town Center (next to GameStop). Regular VALA Gallery hours are Friday – Sunday 10am-5pm with fee entry.
For more information, please visit www.valaeastside.org or follow us at www.facebook.com/valaeastside.
And Last but not least – Roberta Nelson wanted to alert everyone about the upcoming opportunity to advance your art by enrolling in the Edge Program at Edmonds College. Artist Trust developed the curriculum and trained the instructors to give you for 50+ hours of intensive training in goal setting, business planning, portfolio development, marketing, funding, grant writing, and exhibiting. Click HERE for more information.