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"Call for Artists: New Visions - Introductions 2005 at Pro Arts"
2005-07-11 until 2005-08-02
ProArts Gallery
Oakland, CA, USA United States of America

The prospectus is available for Pro Arts' New Visions: Introductions 2005. Original works will be juried by Catharine Clark and Jack Hanley. Entry forms and labels are available at Pro Arts and can be downloaded from www.proartsgallery.org. This year artists will have the option to pre-register by mail, online and at Pro Arts. Pre-registration deadline is July 30. Same day registration/work drop off will take place on Tuesday, August 2 from 12 - 7pm. The exhibition will open Saturday, August 13 at Noon. An artists' reception will take place on Thursday, August 18, from 6 - 8pm. An Artists' Talk will take place Saturday, August 27at 1pm.

New Visions: Introductions 2005 is organized by Christian L. Frock, Director of Exhibitions & Programming and is an annual juried exhibition produced by Pro Arts. Selections are made from actual works in person. Participation is open to all artists, from anywhere, of any age. The exhibition guidelines allow for the submission of works in a wide array of media. For prospectus information go to http://proartsgallery.org/exhibitions/2005_nv.html

The jurors for this year's exhibition are both well respected gallerists, prominent within and beyond the San Francisco art community. Catharine Clark established Catharine Clark Gallery at 49 Geary Street in San Francisco in 1995. Although the gallery has exhibited works by artists at varying stages of their careers and from various locales, the gallery largely focuses on showcasing and supporting emerging artists from the West Coast. In 2002, it was the first San Francisco art gallery to create a dedicated screening room for showcasing video work with each changing exhibition.

In addition to his gallery experience, Jack Hanley has extensive academic experience and has taught art for graduate level artists at Princeton, University of Texas at Austin, and University of Rhode Island. In 1990 he opened Jack Hanley Gallery in San Francisco's Mission District and last year opened a second gallery in Los Angeles. The artists he represents work in a wide range of media, from drawing to mixed media installation--and are engaged in projects with many esteemed art institutions, including SFMOMA, SITE Santa Fe, and Whitney Museum of American Art.

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