Prescott Center for the Arts, Prescott AZ
 

PCA Gallery presents DRIP, DRIBBLE AND SPLAT EXHIBIT May 11-June 27,

Opening Reception, May 15, 5-8pm. Art Walks May 22 and June 26, 5-8pm, Refreshments, Entertainment

 
  Current Season  

Gallery hours: Mon: 11am - 3pm

Tues - Sat: 10am - 3pm

Sun: Noon - 4pm

 
   

2014 - 2015

Prescott Center for the Arts

Gallery Season

The Exhibit Schedule is as follows:

 

DRIP, DRIBBLE & SPLAT

May 11 - June 27

Opening reception: Friday, May 15     5 - 8 pm

Art Walk: Friday, May 22  & June 26   5 - 8 pm

Light refreshments and beverages

served at both functions

Go abstract and have fun! Using drips and splats is a way to give energy and movement to your artwork. Artists have the option of interpreting this theme literally or inventing some news ways of artistically dripping, dribbling and splatting.  Painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, metal and glass--  all have techniques and tools for interpreting this lively theme.

 

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Call for Art for 2015-2016 Publicity Images.

PCA Gallery Publicity 2015-2016 – Call for Art Deadline: May 16.

Enter the seventh annual selection process for art to be displayed in PCA Gallery 2015-2016 promotions. Art selected will be printed with the artist’s name in: PCA Season Guide – distributed state-wide, e-cards and newsletters, PCA Gallery Artist Connection, all sent to over 2,200 patrons, rack cards and posters on display at the Gallery and distributed throughout the quad-cities (may be shared with theater information, submitted to various publications along with gallery news release, artwork featured in the selected show (with no additional entry fee).

 

 

   

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STREET SEEN CALL FOR ART

DEADLINE: May 30.

 

STREET SEEN

June 29 - August 15

Opening reception: Friday, July 3     5 - 8 pm

Art Walk: Friday, July 24   5 - 8 pm

Light refreshments and beverages

served at both functions

As you traverse streets looking at the buildings, cars, people, sidewalks, landscapes or alleys, you see a number of vignettes or smaller areas that capture your interest. Capture the light, colors, graffiti or landscapes – the options are endless. This show asks artists “What is seen on the streets you travel”?