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GearBox Gallery is seeking new member

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GearBox Gallery now has openings for artist members. Join us in showing your work, the work of your contemporaries, and fostering community and education through intellectual and cultural exchange focused on the visual arts. 

GearBox Gallery is an artist-run contemporary art gallery located at 770 W. Grand Ave, Oakland, directly below the well-established Transmission Gallery and across the street from Aggregate Space Gallery. GearBox is dedicated to showcasing the work of a broad range of regional contemporary guest artists alongside the work of member artists in a professional space. As a member of Oakland Art Murmur, we participate in the famous First Friday Art Walks and other OAM events. 

Member Artists collaborate in running the gallery, curating & installing exhibits, & P.R. activities. GearBox Artists are featured in an exhibit once a year, and are able to show their works along with other members 11 months out of the year. All members are expected to participate in ongoing operations, which include gallery-sitting, and serving on task committees such as installation or P.R. For these reasons, member artists must reside in the San Francisco Bay area.

Link to short video: https://youtu.be/GACLUSyElWY

 

Benefits of joining our Gallery:

  • Exposure of your work: Member’s art on display in the gallery on an ongoing basis.
  • Professional relationships:  with our members, other artists, curators, critics and gallerists from the Bay Area and beyond. GB members also host an “artshare” every other month in one of their studios.
  • Exclusive “gallery only” Artist Opportunities through the Oakland Art Murmur.
  • Marketing benefits: Social media posts, press releases, etc.
  • Educational activities, such as our recent Social Media Seminar.
  • More independence and control: Without having to work through a dealer, GearBox artist-members may assume more independence in what they create and how the work is priced.
  • Increased earning potential: GearBox Gallery’s commission on sold work is much less than the conventional galleries that often take 50%.  Gearbox’s commission is 20%, our artist’s retain 80% of a cash sale.
  • Technical/business assistance: GearBox Gallery provides its members with opportunities to learn more about working with general business matters, such as obtaining insurance and accounting.

 

Gallery Open Hours:
Thurs & Fri from12 noon - 6 pm,
Sat from 11 am - 5 pm
and the First Friday of every month 6 - 9 pm
(Closed on Major Holidays)

info@gearboxgallery.com

BIPOLAR PROJECTS MEMBERSHIP FOR FULLY FUNDED ART PROJECTS

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Bipolar Projects Art Initiative is coming to big opportunities to all over ! Our all projects and founding inspiration registered with international patent.. 

We are inviting bipolar artists, bipolar designers, curators, galleries and institutions for becoming member to join the funded projects ! During the one year, Bipolar Projects will take place 7 big project in all over the world. You would join if you would become a member ...

Please share your cv and send 10USD via Paypal : bipolarprojects.art@gmail.com

Get confirmation and have change to join fully funded projects...

Wood Lithography Prints For Sale to Support Audio Tapestry Project!

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NYC-based artist, Jenn Cacciola, will be presenting the project she has been working on during residencies at the Sheen Center For Thought & Culture and at Manassas National Battlefield Park in a solo exhibition this September in the Sheen Center Gallery and is seeking support for the final materials and equipment costs in the end stages of the project's development.

It is a large-scale, multi-layered tapestry piece that involves audio interviews as a "soundtrack" to the piece. The project seeks to question how growth occurs while a person is affected by environments, decisions, circumstances, and the intersection between self and others. The tapestry, along with an interactive recording booth and large-scale portrait prints of some of the interviewees will be in the exhibition.
 

Check out the Indiegogo page to see the contribution perks and project video at https://igg.me/at/who-are-you/x/18728693

 

There are also original art prints for sale to support the project at https://www.saatchiart.com/art-collection/Printmaking/Who-Are-You-Interview-Prints/1101409/243030/view

Manchester based women we need you!

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LADIES OF MANCHESTER! 

We are running a verbatim project with the women of Greater Manchester for our show MOTHERLOGUES. If you have a story to tell, whether its being a mum, losing a mum or struggling to become a mum, then get in touch! We are looking for women to come forward and tell us your relationship 'motherhood' - are you adopting? Are you going thorugh IVF? Are you a surrogate mother? Perhaps you choose to be childfree or maybe you've been forced to be childless? What is your story? TELL US!! 

Draw to Perform Residency Program

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Draw to Perform Residency Program

6-20 October 2018

Headed by artist and curator Ram Samocha, founder of Draw to Perform, the D2P Residency program for Drawing Performance is a unique opportunity for professional artists and art students to engage in this dynamic artistic discipline.  The program provides foundation to develop drawing and performance skills and translate creative practice into live action. This is a 15 days structured program of mentored residency. It includes one on one mentorship, workshops, intensive studio time, studio visits and artist talks by UK drawing performance artists.

The program is located at the heart of the vibrant and creative city of Brighton. It also includes guided tours to key exhibitions and art events in Brighton and London, and ends with an evening of live drawing performances to celebrate and showcase the output of this creative time.

Focus Group Research Invitation: Calling for Art Lovers & Emerging Artists

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This is a master project from Goldsmiths, the University of London. We are conducting a study on building communication between emeging artists and public art lovers through sharing their inspirations. We need a few people who are art lovers, art buyers, creative practitioners, emerging artists to join our discussion. You don't have to be so professional or experienced in art buying/ selling, but we do expect that you are interested in creative & art, and have paid/ willing to pay for it. We will have a 1-2 hour discussion about the current art market (online especially), the situation of emerging artists, and the connection between artists and the buyers. Prototype test may also be included. 

The discussion will be held in two ways: 

One way is online discussion (Skype) in a 3-5 people group, and it's voluntary. The date is optional and you can choose from one of our slots here: 13th May 8pm,15th May 8pm, 16th May 8pm.

The other way is a meetup discussion at Barbican's Cinema Cafe, if you are based in London and available on 13th May 3pm, 15th May 3pm, 16th May 4pm, 17th May 4pm. Travel expenses assistance will be provided, and also coffee & snack refreshments. 

All the information you give will be confidentially used to inform parts of our market research. Welcome to share your thoughts with us.

We also attached our questionaiires that are related to the focus group topic. If you are interested in, please feel free to check. 

 

Meetup Discussion Address: Barbican's cinema cafe, Barbican Art’s Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

Nearest Tube: Barbican; Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 8am–10.30pm; Saturday and Sunday: 10am–10.30pm

 

 

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