It’s time!

Kyle Franklin

**Deadline is just 2 hours away! Get those submissions in Students!**

Submissions close at NOON!

Jim Bowling, sculptor, Associate Professor at Otterbein, and Ohio Designer Craftsman board member, is our Juror of Esteem for this year’s Student Juried Exhibition!

This annual exhibition offers student artists the opportunity to show work professionally and takes place this year at the Fisher Gallery at Otterbein University

 Aug. 24 – Oct. 2.

Join us for the Opening Reception on Friday, September 18th from 4-7pm

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Artists interested in entering works are asked to associate with the theme of the exhibition, Narratives and Story Telling.

For more information on how to submit, visit http://www.oal.org/studentjuried

‪#‎ohioartleague‬ ‪#‎studentjuriedexhibition‬ ‪#‎ohioart‬ ‪#‎otterbein‬ ‪#‎OAL‬

Hannah Macklin

Image 1: by Kyle Franklin, Primary Award Winner 2013
Image 2: Hannah Mason- Macklin, Secondary Award Winner 2013

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Image: ‘Nothing’ by Kate Grove

Student Juried Exhibition

Kyle Franklin

Jim Bowling, sculptor, Associate Professor at Otterbein, and Ohio Designer Craftsman board member, is our Juror of Esteem for this year’s Student Juried Exhibition!

This annual exhibition offers student artists the opportunity to show work professionally and takes place this year at the

Fisher Gallery at Otterbein University

 Aug. 24 – Oct. 2.

Join us for the Opening Reception on Friday, September 18th from 4-7pm

**Deadline for submission is Friday, July 31st by 11:59 AM (noon)**

OAL_Student Juried Exhibition_Prospectus

Artists interested in entering works are asked to associate with the theme of the exhibition, Narratives and Story Telling.

For more information on how to get the ball rolling, visit http://www.oal.org/studentjuried

‪#‎ohioartleague‬ ‪#‎studentjuriedexhibition‬ ‪#‎ohioart‬ ‪#‎otterbein‬ ‪#‎OAL‬

Hannah Macklin

Image 1: by Kyle Franklin, Primary Award Winner 2013
Image 2: Hannah Mason- Macklin, Secondary Award Winner 2013

Calling All Students: Student Juried Exhibition

Kyle Franklin

Jim Bowling, sculptor, Associate Professor at Otterbein, and Ohio Designer Craftsman board member, is our Juror of Esteem for this year’s Student Juried Exhibition!

This annual exhibition offers student artists the opportunity to show work professionally and takes place this year at the

Fisher Gallery at Otterbein University

 Aug. 24 – Oct. 2.

Opening Reception is Friday, September 18th from 4 – 7pm at Fisher Gallery, Otterbein University

**Deadline for submission is Friday, July 31st by 11:59 AM (noon)**

OAL_Student Juried Exhibition_Prospectus

Artists interested in entering works are asked to associate with the theme of the exhibition, Narratives and Story Telling.

For more information on how to get the ball rolling, visit http://www.oal.org/studentjuried

‪#‎ohioartleague‬ ‪#‎studentjuriedexhibition‬ ‪#‎ohioart‬ ‪#‎otterbein‬ ‪#‎OAL‬

Hannah Macklin

Image 1: by Kyle Franklin, Primary Award Winner 2013
Image 2: Hannah Mason- Macklin, Secondary Award Winner 2013

ROY G BIV: Only a few more days!

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Jurors Denny Griffith, Natalie Marsh and Rose Bouthillier will select the exhibiting artists. Each selected artist will be grouped with one or two other artists to show at ROY G BIV Gallery for  one month. Group show proposals will also be accepted. ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY is known for presenting innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.

Submission Deadline: Monday, June 22, 2015

About the Jurors

Dennison Griffith served as President of Columbus College of Art & Design from 1998 to 2014, and before that he was Deputy Director of The Columbus Museum of Art. Alongside his administrative career, Griffith is an artist whose work has been exhibited extensively, both domestically and abroad.

Natalie Marsh is Director of the Graham Gund Gallery at Kenyon College. She previously served as Director of the Denison Museum at Denison University and as Director of the exhibitions program at Columbus College of Art & Design.

Rose Bouthillier is Associate Curator and Publications Manager at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. Her writing has been published in C Magazinefriezeesse, and Art Criticism & Other Short Stories.

To Enter 
  1. Fill out the entry form on www.roygbivgallery.org/2016cfe.
  2. Email 10-15 images or video links, a resume, list of works and artist’s statement to info@roygbivgallery.org. Submission guidelines are listed on www.roygbivgallery.org/2016cfe.
  3. Submit the $25 entry fee either through PayPal or by mailing a check to ROY G BIV Gallery. (All entry fees are waived for current ROY members.)

About ROY G BIV

ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the historic Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY G BIV is known for showcasing innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.

ROY G BIV’s programming enhances Central Ohio’s cultural landscape by exposing the public, through the artists’ work, to current modes of art-making and thinking. Artists chosen to exhibit at ROY G BIV receive constructive criticism and educational feedback from the public, the artists’ peers, eminent jurors, and the press. Inclusion in a ROY G BIV exhibition is often the opportunity that an emerging artist needs to begin to court commercial gallery representation.

ROY G BIV: Call for Entries for 2016 Exhibition Season

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Jurors Denny Griffith, Natalie Marsh and Rose Bouthillier will select the exhibiting artists. Each selected artist will be grouped with one or two other artists to show at ROY G BIV Gallery for  one month. Group show proposals will also be accepted. ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY is known for presenting innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.

Submission Deadline: Monday, June 22, 2015

About the Jurors

Dennison Griffith served as President of Columbus College of Art & Design from 1998 to 2014, and before that he was Deputy Director of The Columbus Museum of Art. Alongside his administrative career, Griffith is an artist whose work has been exhibited extensively, both domestically and abroad.

Natalie Marsh is Director of the Graham Gund Gallery at Kenyon College. She previously served as Director of the Denison Museum at Denison University and as Director of the exhibitions program at Columbus College of Art & Design.

Rose Bouthillier is Associate Curator and Publications Manager at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. Her writing has been published in C Magazinefriezeesse, and Art Criticism & Other Short Stories.

To Enter 
  1. Fill out the entry form on www.roygbivgallery.org/2016cfe.
  2. Email 10-15 images or video links, a resume, list of works and artist’s statement to info@roygbivgallery.org. Submission guidelines are listed on www.roygbivgallery.org/2016cfe.
  3. Submit the $25 entry fee either through PayPal or by mailing a check to ROY G BIV Gallery. (All entry fees are waived for current ROY members.)

About ROY G BIV

ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the historic Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY G BIV is known for showcasing innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.

ROY G BIV’s programming enhances Central Ohio’s cultural landscape by exposing the public, through the artists’ work, to current modes of art-making and thinking. Artists chosen to exhibit at ROY G BIV receive constructive criticism and educational feedback from the public, the artists’ peers, eminent jurors, and the press. Inclusion in a ROY G BIV exhibition is often the opportunity that an emerging artist needs to begin to court commercial gallery representation.

ROY G BIV: Call for Entries for 2016 Exhibition Season

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Jurors Denny Griffith, Natalie Marsh and Rose Bouthillier will select the exhibiting artists. Each selected artist will be grouped with one or two other artists to show at ROY G BIV Gallery for  one month. Group show proposals will also be accepted. ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY is known for presenting innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.

 Submission Deadline: Monday, June 22, 2015

About the Jurors

Dennison Griffith served as President of Columbus College of Art & Design from 1998 to 2014, and before that he was Deputy Director of The Columbus Museum of Art. Alongside his administrative career, Griffith is an artist whose work has been exhibited extensively, both domestically and abroad.

Natalie Marsh is Director of the Graham Gund Gallery at Kenyon College. She previously served as Director of the Denison Museum at Denison University and as Director of the exhibitions program at Columbus College of Art & Design.

Rose Bouthillier is Associate Curator and Publications Manager at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. Her writing has been published in C Magazinefriezeesse, and Art Criticism & Other Short Stories.

To Enter 
  1. Fill out the entry form on www.roygbivgallery.org/2016cfe.
  2. Email 10-15 images or video links, a resume, list of works and artist’s statement to info@roygbivgallery.org. Submission guidelines are listed on www.roygbivgallery.org/2016cfe.
  3. Submit the $25 entry fee either through PayPal or by mailing a check to ROY G BIV Gallery. (All entry fees are waived for current ROY members.)

About ROY G BIV

ROY G BIV Gallery is a nonprofit art gallery located in the historic Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1989, ROY G BIV is known for showcasing innovative contemporary art by emerging artists from around the world.

ROY G BIV’s programming enhances Central Ohio’s cultural landscape by exposing the public, through the artists’ work, to current modes of art-making and thinking. Artists chosen to exhibit at ROY G BIV receive constructive criticism and educational feedback from the public, the artists’ peers, eminent jurors, and the press. Inclusion in a ROY G BIV exhibition is often the opportunity that an emerging artist needs to begin to court commercial gallery representation.

Calling All Students!

Kyle Franklin

Jim Bowling, sculptor, Associate Professor at Otterbein, and Ohio Designer Craftsman board member, is our Juror of Esteem for this year’s Student Juried Exhibition!

This annual exhibition offers student artists the opportunity to show work professionally and takes place this year at the

Fisher Gallery at Otterbein University

 Aug. 24 – Oct. 2.

**Deadline for submission is Friday, July 31st by 11:59 AM (noon)**

OAL_Student Juried Exhibition_Prospectus

Artists interested in entering works are asked to associate with the theme of the exhibition, Narratives and Story Telling.

For more information on how to get the ball rolling, visit http://www.oal.org/studentjuried

‪#‎ohioartleague‬ ‪#‎studentjuriedexhibition‬ ‪#‎ohioart‬ ‪#‎otterbein‬ ‪#‎OAL‬

Hannah Macklin

Image 1: by Kyle Franklin, Primary Award Winner 2013
Image 2: Hannah Mason- Macklin, Secondary Award Winner 2013

Before They’re Famous: The CCAD Spring Art Sale

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Saturday, April 4, 10 a.m.
Loann Crane Center for Design

First Choice Admission 9 a.m., $50
General Admission 10 a.m., $5

Don’t miss Before They’re Famous: The CCAD Spring Art Sale—a semiannual juried showcase of works by more than 100 CCAD students, faculty, and alumni. Admissions fund student scholarships, and sales proceeds go directly to the artists.

Parking is free on CCAD lots.

Extra! Extra! Read All About Job Opportunities!!

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CCAD has two current job openings: Vice President for Marketing and Communications and Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

Vice President for Institutional Advancement Summary:

The Vice President for Advancement is responsible for designing and implementing integrated

institutional advancement programming to significantly increase the College’s constituent involvement and

philanthropic support. The Vice President must have strong organizational, supervisory, and leadership

capabilities and be able to lead the successful solicitation of gifts. The Vice President supervises the

following areas in line with these priorities: corporate and government grants, alumni and staff giving,

major donor gifts, the annual fund, and development and implementation of the College’s next

comprehensive campaign. Working in partnership with the President and Board of Trustees, the Vice

President is a dynamic and enthusiastic individual who serves as an active participant in making strategic

decisions affecting revenue generation and advancing the position of the College.

Vice President for Marketing and Communications Summary:

The Vice President for Marketing and Communications leads his/her team in promoting,

enhancing and communicating the value of the College to all relevant constituents in support of CCAD’s

strategic goal to be nationally recognized in providing exceptional educational experiences of value to

both graduates and society. Leveraging brand-building strategies that utilize various platforms, the goal

of the Vice President is to drive messaging that enhances geographically-diverse enrollment and

philanthropic support.

For more detailed information go to CCAD’s website

The Ohio Arts Council also has a job opening:

Public Information Officer 1 also called Director of the PIO Office  

Plans & directs the Ohio Arts Council’s overall public information program, oversees preparation & dissemination of educational & informational material reflecting agency activities & performs related program activities (e.g., develops, prepares, types, proofs & issues news releases &/or public advisory group announcements & meeting minutes &/or speeches to media &/or public advisory groups; develops public advisory groups & statute mandated task forces or councils; coordinates agency program in rule making & permit public information meetings & hearings; develops & presents information &  educational displays, programs, materials &/or speeches to media; writes, types, edits & performs lay-out work on publications, articles &/or newsletters; assists with budget preparation & coordination of special projects).

Advises & consults with agency director & staff regarding public relations aspects; serves as resource person for information on positive public presentation of agency programs & activities; responds to written &/or telephone requests for speeches &/or presentation; delivers speeches & gives presentations; supervises assigned personnel (e.g., secretary, layout design artist, public information specialist, college co-op).

Sets up conferences & coordinates arrangements with media; evaluates development, preparation & dissemination of public information.

For more information check out http://agency.governmentjobs.com/

Hello 2015! We are excited to Congratulate Kellie McDermott on her Colab show with Carol Snyder.

Luminous Landscapes in Ceramics & Encaustic Painting

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Date: March 5 – April 26, 2015
Location: Main Gallery
Price: Free

FREE Artists’ talk: Wednesday, March 25, 6 – 7pm

Hey Ohioans we want to encourage you to stop on by the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington to see Luminous Landscapes in Ceramics & Encaustic Paintings. You will not want to miss this show!

Kellie McDermott will impress you with her encaustic paintings. What this woman can do with wax is amazing. We appreciate your talent here at Ohio Art League and congratulate you on your current Exhibition.

Please Click the Links below for more information.

Kellie McDermott Website

Peggy R. McConnell Website

Ohio Art League Website

Luminous Landscapes in Ceramic & Encaustic Paintings – Exhibition