The Visual Arts committee, composed of volunteers, works to provide an opportunity for all levels of artists and artisans, ranging from hobby or emerging artists to professionals to come together in the community to exhibit their work. By offering exhibitions that celebrate all facets of creativity, including craft, wearable art and more traditional art forms, we hope to inspire our community to push their creative boundaries. Exhibitions introduce artist and craft persons to the broader community that can encourage financial support through the purchasing of an art piece or functional craft piece as well as introducing the community to traditional crafts and various art forms that may or may not be in danger of dying out.
To support the efforts of providing exhibitions, in 2019 the RCAC installed an art hanging system in the Miners Hall Lily May Room. These exhibitions provide the opportunity for locals and tourists alike to interact with local art, but will also increase the opportunity for artists to exhibit their work and raise their profile in the community. By supporting artists we are supporting the economy and vibrancy of Rossland.
Spring Equinox Visual Art Exhibition
Calling all artists!
The RCAC invites you to submit your art work into the Spring Equinox Exhibition!
This exhibition is open to all mediums with works inspired by the theme of “Spring Equinox”.
Spring is a time of change, renewal in our environment and inspiration to the human spirit. Being a mountain community the celebration of Spring can evoke countless ideas, relating to weather changes, awakening animal life, garden preparation, verdant growth in nature and sport activities to name a few. By offering the exhibition to all mediums we are encouraging a wide array of submissions and therefore a wide array of creative expressions and interpretations of the theme “Spring Equinox”.
We cannot wait to see what you submit!
Mandatory Submission Criteria:
Submission criteria for the Spring Equinox Visual Art Exhibition are open to all mediums and artists 12 years and up.
The submitted works must be an original design. No kits or patterns qualify. Artists/Artisans may submit a maximum of two (2) submissions each. There is a fee of $10 per submission. This fee helps balance the costs of hosting this exhibition.
Submission information will include the title, materials, medium, and an artist statement of a minimum of 120 words to a maximum 250 words. For information on how to write an artist statement please go to: https://www.agora-gallery.com/advice/blog/2016/07/23/how-to-write-artist-statement/
Submissions must be ready to display with installation instructions if necessary. For any items that require to be hung on the wall must have proper hardware with hanging wire attached. We ask for one digital photo with the submission form to help us ensure any inappropriate content.
Artists/artisans are responsible for transportation of works and carry their own insurance. RCAC is not liable for damages.
Submission of completed entry form and photos are due Monday, March 1, 2021. Intake of work is Wednesday, March 17 between 1pm and 4pm in the Lily May Room.
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