Word: Art Meets Advertising: November 7-December 5, 2020

Word: Art Meets Advertising: November 7-December 5, 2020
Featuring Artwork by: Chris Krieg, David Russell, David Conger, Mark David Baer, Will Krieg

Word: Art Meets Advertising explores the intersection of the creative experience and everyday life. What is the shared experience encountered when navigating the public realm whether it is the streets of the urban core or the latest social media platform? As text, signage and various forms of visual language are used in the advertising industry; it can also be re-appropriated in an art context representing place, identity and interconnectivity. Art can function in multiplicity.  Word: Art Meets Advertising aims to represent artworks that straddle the precipice of arts’ autonomy and art and design that functions in daily life.

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Wonders of Winter: December 11, 2020-January 8, 2021

Wonders of Winter: December 11, 2020-January 8, 2021
Guest Jurors: CAE Curatorial Committee

Discover an art show that captures the essence of the winter season: holiday celebrations, frosted landscapes, Nordic sports. Or maybe it’s the darker side of winter: winter blues or melting icecaps. Discover what the Wonders of Winter mean to you. The CAE Curatorial Committee chose 56 pieces from all genres: oil, pastel, watercolor, sculpture, jewelry, wood, acrylic, and more, to create this amazing show. Prize money will be $250 Best in Show; $150 2nd place, $100 3rd place, 4th place $60 merchandise award. Due to COVID restrictions, this show will not have an opening reception, however, the exhibition will be open for viewing in the gallery from 2-5:30 pm on Friday, December 11 and during our regular business hours on all other days through January 8.

 

Hear Me: Teen Show: January 22-February 20, 2021

Hear Me: Teen Show January 22-February 20, 2021
Guest Jurors: CAE Teens Arts Council & CAE Curatorial Committee

Now more than ever teens are interested and involved in social, political, mental health, and environmental issues that the world faces. As young people, these issues were passed on from previous generations, but teens are affected nonetheless. The demand for change seen throughout 2020 has empowered teenagers more than ever before. The desire for involvement in political, environmental, and social awareness issues is strong in the face of these difficult times. As a community, recognizing the power of our young people can keep their desires for change alive and help them find their voice.

Center for the Arts Evergreen’s (CAE) teen exhibition, Hear Me, seeks 2-D, 3-D, or video artwork that reflects on the issues that are most important to teenagers today and will provide a platform for others to see and understand today’s teenagers through their art. Hear Me: Teen Exhibition welcomes students of ages 13-18, in public, private, or home school to enter one piece of original artwork online at www.evergreenarts.org/HearMe. There is no entry fee for this competition and there are awards given for First Place ($200), Second Place ($150), and Third Place ($100). This exhibition will be curated by the Center for the Arts Evergreen’s Teen Arts Council with help from CAE staff and CAE’s Curatorial Committee. Click here for the Call for Entries and Submission Form.

 

2021-2022 Exhibitions

Center for the Arts Evergreen has a variety of exhibitions in its main gallery. The exhibitions listed below are scheduled for the remainder of 2020 and 2021. Each all-call show (as marked) will have a Call for Entry posted in the coming weeks and months. Each Themed Show will have a Call for Proposals posted at least 6-16 weeks prior to the show opening date.

  • November 7-December 5, 2020                  Word: Art & Advertising
  • December 11, 2020-January 8, 2021         Wonders of Winter
  • January 22-February 20, 2021                   Hear Me Teen Show: (ALL-CALL TEEN SHOW: Click here for the call for entries.)
  • March 5-April 9, 2021                                   histordomest-icity: Melissa Furness & Rian Kerrane
  • April 23-May 21, 2021                                   Planning in process
  • June 4-July 3, 2021                                        Sports Journeys: Richard Sullivan & Gail Folwell
  • July 9-August 7, 2021                                    Love (ALL-CALL TEEN SHOW: Call for Entries is not open yet)
  • August 13-September 10, 2021                   120 for $120
  • September 24-October 30, 2021                Rocky Mountain National Watermedia: (ALL-CALL SHOW: Call for Entries is not open yet)
  • November 12-December 23, 2021             CAE Member Show: (ALL-CALL SHOW for CAE Artist Members: Call for Entries is not open yet)
  • January 14-February 11, 2022                    I’m Here Teen Show: (ALL-CALL TEEN SHOW: Call for Entries is not open yet)
  • February 25-March 26, 2022                      Silence. In the Absence of Noise: (PROPOSAL EXHIBITION: Call for Proposals is not open yet)

Cancellation/Postponement Notice

Due to Covid-19 CAE has made the difficult decision to postpone Portrayals of the American West scheduled for June of 2020 and A History of Evergreen scheduled for August of 2020. Please check back for updates.

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