Where: Williams Center for the Arts, Room 108, Corner of High Street and Hamilton Street, Easton, PA
When: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 7:00 PM to about 8:30 PM
Please join us at our next general membership meeting.
Stop by, learn, and share!
ACE Monthly meetings are a great place to learn about what's happening in ACE and meet other ACE members. The basic agenda of every member meeting is:
* Officer's Report - learn about our current finanes
* Upcoming Activities - reports by committee members on upcoming ACE events
* President's Address
* Member's Address - any member can announce their upcoming exhibits or anything else of interest to the community
* Refreshments - Coffee and goodies!
* Featured Speaker Presentation
We have openings for future speakers for ACE events. The goal of our speaker series is to share and educate ACE members and guests about artists, techniques, opportunities, and topics related to the arts.
January 3rd through January 31st
ACE Room C Gallery
Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House
20 N. Third Street
Easton, PA 18042
The Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House in conjunction with the Arts Community of Easton (ACE) will be hosting a unique art exhibit featuring young Lehigh Valley artists Saturday January 3 through January 31. Here There and Everywhere will feature nearly 30 works by thirteen different artists, each bringing something new and fresh to the table.
Here There and Everywhere, a one of a kind show put together with no theme or demands for anything except, exceptional works of art from emerging artists around the valley.
Exhibition by Yevette Hendler
The show will run through January 4
Hunterdon Art Museum
7 Lower Center St, Clinton, New Jersey 08809
Textures, abstracts, reclaimed by nature and lots of history... all these things attract us to abandoned locations. There is beauty and art in all things even the crumbling decay of past dreams.
All the images included in this show are from my Abandoned Beauty series and local to NJ/PA. Some of them are still standing, some have been destroyed by nature and/or humans and some are collapsing in on themselves.
The show will run from November 2 thru December 21, 2014
ARTIST TALK by RICHARD BEGBIE, Photographer
Sunday, November 2, 12:00 to 3:00 pm
Sunday, November 23 at 12:30 pm
The Gallery is free and open to the public
Hours: Sundays from 12:00- 3:00 pm and Weekdays by Appointment
THE ANNUAL HOLIDAY ART SHOW will feature fine art and fine art crafts by area artists. Among the original artworks presented in this show will be paintings, photography, pottery, wood crafts and more, including items suitable for gift giving.
“PORTRAIT OF VENICE” exhibit showcases selected work from a series of photographs taken during a March 2014 visit to Venice, Italy. The images highlight this city and its unique “sense of place.” Not meant to be the typical images of monuments and tourist attractions, these works capture some everyday scenes of Venice’s architecture, streets and alleys. The photographs transport the viewer to this historic locale and can evoke a
connection to a time and place.
The show will run through January 30
Passionate about photography and passionate about rust! What could be better than bringing the two together. This exhibit will be on display in the FRONT HALL Gallery of Nurture Nature Center from November through the end of January.
Join the Facebook event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/640999079352137/
ACE Room C Gallery at the Quadrant
The Lehigh Valley Vanguard:
“The Lehigh Valley Vanguard is a progressive visual and literary symposium of Lehigh Valley intellectuals and artists. We try to feature narratives that speculate on the state of our current society and the betterment of its future: locally and globally.”
What we are looking for:
We are currently seeking visual art work, op-eds, book reviews, short fiction and poetry that fits the mission of the publication for inclusion in our introductory issue, launching April 2014.
The Vanguard is primarily an online publication. However, in an attempt to preserve the intellectual culture of our time in an archive, with every online issue 100 print copies will be issued. This will serve as a time capsule of our regional, progressive intellectual culture.
Op-eds and book reviews should be around 1500 words. Short fiction will be evaluated case-by-case.
Poetry should be around 200 lines or less.
Art work should be submitted with an artist statement and a description of the artwork.
This is an opportunity for subversive artists and writers seeking an outlet in alternative new media. The Vanguard is sponsored and cross promoted by Raging Chicken Press.
Deadline to submit: March 17th, 2014
Two ACE artists are getting international exposure with images in published books.
Maryann Riker’s Crocked, or Will the Real Betty Crocker Please Stand Up was juried into 500 Handmade Books, Volume 2, published by Lark, well-known as one of the authoritative voices in the book-art community.
Howard McGinn’s photograph of a relected image of Susan Huxley’s graffiti installation at Lafayette College is in the ebook The Fine Art of Crochet, written by internationally acclaimed expert Gwen Blakely Kinsler, founder of the Crochet Guild of America.