WE ARE PLEASED TO HOST:
The Seventh International Encaustic Conference Conference Instructors Exhibition
In cooperation with
We are pleased to host an exhibition of works from the instructors at the Seventh Annual Encaustic Conference. The exhibition is presented in co-operation with artSTRAND Gallery and will take place from May 29 through June 4, 2013. There will be a public reception on Friday May 31 from 6-9 PM.
The Encaustic Conference takes place from May 31 – June 2, 2013 in Provincetown, Massachusetts with pre and post Conference Workshops from May 28th – June 7th, 2013.
The exhibition will feature works from: Tracey Adams, Susanne Arnold, Lynn Basa, Binnie Birstein, David A. Clark, Dorothy Cochran, Cat Crotchett , Elena De La Ville, Patricia Dusman, Jennie Frederick , Milisa Galazzi, Lorraine Glessner, Jane Guthridge, Lynette Haggard , Howard Hersh, Deborah Kapoor,
Supria Karmakar, Kimberly Kent, Susan Lasch Krevitt, Joanne Mattera, Cherie Mittenthal, Kelly McGrath, Wayne Montecalvo, Laura Moriarty, Catherine Nash, Nancy Natale, Sherrie Posternak, Lisa Pressman, Jane Pagliarulo, Lynda Ray, Sarah Rehmer, Paula Roland, Marybeth Rothman, Patti Russotti, Tobi Sisson, Patricia Spainhour, Elise Wagner, Pamela Wallace, Catherine Weber, and Deborah Winiarski.
The Schoolhouse Gallery is located at 494 Commercial Street in the heart of Provincetown’s East End Gallery District. For information contact Mike Carroll at 508.487.4800 or email email@example.com.
The TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL is located at 10 Meetinghouse Road, P.O. Box 756, Truro, MA 02666. For information about Castle Hill or the Encaustic Conference go to http://www.castlehill.org, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 508 349-7511.
artSTRAND is located at the Howland Street entrance to 494 Commercial Street in Provincetown or at 508-487-1153 and www.artstrand.com.
SOCIAL CHANGE: Performance and Protest June 9 – 26, 2013
The gallery is pleased to present a photographic discussion of the moment of movement in social action and the results of those movements as they become articulate in the aesthetic culture. The works selected for this exhibition, which coincides with the Provincetown International Film Festival and include festival video, source the emotion that make movements move, and the results we see through the lens of media, photojournalism, cinema and theater.