You are invited to the following events coming up at CSD: See you there!
Clovis Art Guild sponsors one-day workshop with Jerome Grimmer. Learn about atomsphere, lighting and direction in a landscape. When: March 30, 2013, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm; set up time 8:30 am. Price CAG members $45, non-members $55. Located at Bullard Chiropractic in Clovis, 330 Bullard and DeWitt. Registration deadline March 23, 2013. For more information contact Alice Sutton 787-2386. Registration forms at http://www.clovisartguild.com
THE FRESNO HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS The History Hour: The Society’s 93rd Annual Meeting and Program FEATURING Joel Pickford and “Soul Calling: A Photographic Journey Through the Hmong Diaspora” THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2013 FRESNO ART MUSEUM The Fresno Historical Society presents The History Hour: The Society’s 93rd Annual Meeting and Program featuring Joel Pickford and “Soul Calling: A Photographic Journey Through the Hmong Diaspora” at the Fresno Art Museum, Thursday, March 21, 2013. Wine and appetizers begin at 6:30 p.m. with the program to follow at 7:00 p.m. A members-only meeting takes place at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 for members/students […]
Meet Doug Hansen Local Author & Illustrator Join local author and illustrator, Doug Hansen, as we celebrate the publication of his new book, “Aesop in California” on Saturday, March 16 from 1pm – 3pm. Copies of the book are available at the store for signing. Doug will also talk about the illustration techniques he used. Aesop in California Guess who just arrived in California? Aesop! Here among the plants, animals, and places of the Golden State, his timeless fables from ancient Greece take on a new vitality and immediacy. From blackberry-munching grizzlies to Hollywood house mice, […]
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About Third Annual Art Scientifique Art Show, Theme: The Sustainable Earth (April 4th – 27th) Mission: THIRD ANNUAL ART SCIENTIFIQUE SHOW April 2012 Chris Sorensen Studio 2223 S. Van Ness (at the Fresno Arch) Fresno, CA 93721 (559) 237-4934 Sponsored by: California State University Fresno – College of Science and Mathematics; College of Arts and Humanities; and the Department of Psychology Show Concept: Ecology and Ecosystems Biodiversity Sustainability Habitats Flora and Fauna Climate Change Details: Multi artist, all media Juried exhibition Prizes Entries accepted on Saturday, March 30th from 12:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Show opens April 5 (Art Hop) […]
The Arts Alliance of Three Rivers announces an exciting new project with a call to all visual and literary artists. We are working on plans to publish an anthology of the best art and literature about the southern Sierra. The working title for the anthology is Wonders in Our Backyard, with a target release timing in the fall of 2013. Proceeds from the sale of the book benefit the Lorraine Young Memorial Scholarship Fund which provides financial assistance for local art students. Project Chairs, Nancy Jonnum and Karen Kimball of Three Rivers, had been mulling over this idea for some […]
KSEQ 97.1 Needs Your Art In Their Lobby
KSEQ 97.1 would like to work with an artist or several, to fill a various size wall spaces in in their lobby with original art of any medium. Pieces should be music or pop culture related. They have a very busy office and will be hosting an open house soon inviting local and national celebrities as well as ongoing visits from current recording artists. Some funds will be available for installation costs. To learn more about this opportunity contact: Rene Roberts Programing and operations at 266-9710 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations due by March 25th, 2013
The Fresno Arts Council, on behalf of the City of Fresno, seeks nominations for the position of Fresno Poet Laureate. The person selected shall seek to advance awareness of and appreciation for literary arts and humanities within the greater Fresno Community. As both a local resident and a distinguished poet, the Poet Laureate shall represent and celebrate the diversity and history of Fresno. As a spokesperson for the City¹s literary community, the Poet Laureate shall endeavor to promote the artistic achievements of the City of Fresno and shall actively participate in ceremonial, educational and cultural activities in the community at various times throughout his or her term of service.