What is the meaning of “abundance” in life? Entries are invited for two-dimensional media thatexplore the theme of “Abundance.” Works in painting, photography, drawing, collage, and digital images are eligible for this juried exhibit.Participation is open to Bay Area residents, 16 years and older.The non-refundable online art entry fee is $5.00 per entry.Participants should complete theonline entry formand submit an image of their art by the deadline date of Thursday, January 19, 2023.Art should be hand-delivered to the Betty Weber Gallery at the SSF Municipal Services Building,33 Arroyo Drive.on Tuesday, January 24, between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.Drop-in submissions may only be accepted during the hand-delivery date and time, space permitting. See entry guidelines for fee & restrictions.
Detailed information and online entry form is located on the Cultural Arts webpageCurrent Opportunities for Artists. Read the complete entry guidelines before submitting art.
An extended exhibit of selected art will follow the show.The virtual gallery location will be posted atwww.ssf.net/culturalartsAdmission to the in-person show and virtual extended gallery exhibit is free.For detailed information, visitwww.ssf.net/culturalartsor contact Ercie Santos, Cultural Arts Specialist email@example.com (650) 829-3810.
The County of San Mateo has posted a Request for Proposalfor artists for a mural project in unincorporated NORTH FAIR OAKS:
The San Mateo County Office of Arts & Culture invites local professional and emerging artists to transform the pedestrian walkway on both sides of the 5th Avenue underpass, North Fair Oaks, into a vibrant work of art highlighting the theme of "Healthy Community”.
Goals of this project include bringing culturally significant public art to the North Fair Oaks community and enhancing the beautification of the community, specifically on the 5th Avenue underpass. The underpass is a well-travelled pedestrian and bicycle path used by residents and visitors. Interested artists are encouraged to visit the North Fair Oaks community and the mural site for this project.
The Art Gallery Program encourages artistic expression and fosters greater a greater appreciation for art in our community. Artists are invited annually to submit applications to exhibit 2-D work in San Bruno Public Library's main reading room. Accepted artists receive a $250 stipend.
Applications may be submitted individually or as a group; preference will be given to local artists.
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