Call for California Artists: “California Now” at Richmond Art Center — Due: February 2, 2015

by admin on October 25, 2014

Richmond Art Center Call for California Artists:
California Now
Deadline: February 2nd, 2015, Midnight PST
For Clay, Glass & Enamel Artists


Hosted by The Richmond Art Center 
Sponsored by Center for Enamel Art
and Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California (ACGA)

Statement of Purpose: California Now offers the opportunity to show the most contemporary and innovative California clay, glass & enamel art that is being created today in these three important and related craft media. The exhibition will include functional and non-functional, two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that illustrate the wide scope of artwork. Work is chosen for its melding of technical excellence and content, and for daring to push boundaries. Students with a California address are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be a California resident.


Ruth Braunstein (clay) advanced the cultural history of art in the San Francisco Bay Area, and beyond, as a gallerist, art advocate, and collector. Through her support for the significance of “clay” as a fine art medium, she expanded and redefined the parameters of what constitutes a legitimate “art” form. She opened her first gallery in 1961 in Tiburon, and was instrumental as a charter member in forming Art Table, a large art advocacy group of women. She also was a founder of the San Francisco Art Dealers Association.

Mary Bayard White (glass) is a Bay Area sculptor and adjunct instructor at St. Marys College. She is currently Chair of the Women Environmental Artists Directory. She has served as head of the Glass Area of the San Jose State University Spatial Arts/ Glass Program, was a visiting Fulbright Scholar and Lecturer at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland. M.F.A. and B.F.A California College of the Arts.

Deborah Lozier (enamel) is an internationally known metalsmith and enamelist residing in Oakland, California. Lozier is noted for her innovative use of enamel on organic copper forms. Her jewelry and sculpture can be seen in the pages of numerous books and magazines. She is a past president of the San Francisco Bay Area Metal Arts Guild and a former chair of the Public Art Advisory Committee for the City of Oakland. Along with many private collections, her work is also included in the permanent collection of the Oakland Museum of California. BFA Arizona State University, magna cum laude. Adjunct professor at California College of the Art since 1994.

Entry fee: $30 for submission of up to 3 pieces
Cash Awards: $500 each in each category

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