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Friday
Apr152011

Robb to WOW audiences at Pirate Contemporary Art

The Gestalt Effect opens in Denver, CO on April 29th, 2011.Craig Robb will be get views youtube buy youtube views free subscribers opening a much anticipated new exhibition of works later this month at the Historic Pirate: Contemporary Art in Denver, CO. These new works come together in a show titled, The Gestalt Effect.

Robb describes the flat roofing motorhome roof repair leak sealer exhibition, "The Gestalt effect is the form-generating capability of our senses, particularly with respect to the visual recognition of figures and whole forms instead of just a collection of simple lines and curves. This body of halloween costumes for girls halloween costumes for kids baby grows work started with an idea about the lines we make as artists and how they define us," continues the artist. "It soon became a study of process and multiples, which evolved into an exploration of repetition and ritual."

For more information on the exhibition visit PirateArtOnline.org or visit the artist's website at http://www.CraigRobb.com.

Wednesday
Mar302011

Shack Man Glass on KDVR Fox 31

Shack Man Glass Studio and Gallery spent the morning with KDVR Fox 31's Dan Daru. http://www.kdvr.com/videobeta/9b28d7a1-7b5c-42a5-9f06-9a388d5ced24/News/Dan-learns-the-art-of-Glass-blowing-

For more information visit Shack Man Glass.

Thursday
Mar102011

SPS/SfA Ekundayo in Denver Post

In Denver, some women, including Ashara Ekundayo, a Denver food-justice activist who recently returned from the World Social Forum in Senegal, focused on equal rights for their global sisters.

"A group of rural women farmers from six different countries in West Africa (issued) a declaration about wanting to own land," she said. "The land is only able to be held by men."

Ekundayo also curated "Yansan: 100 Years of Womyn's Struggle, Ceremony and Sword," an exhibition by women of color to celebrate the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day. The exhibit will hang through March 29 at the Sellars Project Space in Denver's Berkeley Highland neighborhood.

The title of the show — a name for a powerful female deity of the Yoruba tradition — was chosen to convey the idea of self-actualization for women in modern society, she said.

"It is representative of the victories we have had, and our capacity to continue to craft our own image, our own beauty, and also to talk about the challenges we still face in the world," she said.

Read more:For women's success, "there's a lot left to be done" - The Denver Posthttp://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_17569902#ixzz1GDc5C0SL
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Wednesday
Mar022011

SPS' Yansan in Westword

Winds of Change
Susan Froyd

“If someone asked me at the end of the day, ‘Ashara, what do you want to be?,’ I would say that I want to be a curator. I’d have the unmitigated gall to think I could curate a show. But it’s true: When I grow up, I want to own a gallery where I’d show works by African and African-American women.” So says “artivist” Ashara Ekundayo, who now spreads herself thin between Denver and the Bay Area, disseminating the word about community, cultural diversity and urban gardening wherever she goes. But even before she finishes growing up, Ekundayo, who founded Denver’s Cafe Nuba (among so many other things), has gotten to try her hand at curating with the new exhibit Yansan: 100 Years of Womyn’s Struggle, Ceremony and Sword, which opens today at Sellars Project Space, 4383 Tennyson Street, in celebration of the not-insignificant hundredth anniversary of International Women’s Day.

read the rest of this article on Westword.com

Wednesday
Feb232011

GFAF Announces Call for Entry for 2011

Call for Artists
Golden Fine Arts Festival
Golden, CO
The 21st Annual Golden Fine Arts Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday, August 20 -21, 2011 in the historic downtown district of Golden, CO. 
Our 2010 Festival had 134 artists and historically, we have 35,000 - 40,000 attendees. In 2010, artists came from 13 states.
9 Categories including: Ceramics, Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, Mixed Media, 2D, Painting, Photography & Sculpture
2D is a new category for 2011
Cash awards for over $2000.00
Details and application at GoldenFineArtsFestival.org. Application deadline is April 15, 2011.
Comments from participating artists:
"Wonderful small town with good Festival attendance."
"Great mix of art."
"So much help from the organizers and volunteers."
"Wonderful opening Friday night party for artists at Table Mountain Inn."
"We feel welcomed and respected as artists."
We invite you to apply to our Festival and we welcome you to Golden.
Golden Fine Arts Festival
Golden Chamber of Commerce
GoldenFineArtsFestival.org
info@goldencochamber.org
Contact: Krista Braton
(303) 279-3113