This year, the American River College Student Art Show will be completely online, to accommodate social distancing under the recent California quarantine order. We look forward to seeing what you have been creating and hope that you will consider submitting to this free student contest. Any questions about this contest can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.... Continue Reading →
Viewpoint is having another exciting gallery show, Wendy Baker: Urban Dreamscapes. In this series, Wendy Baker combines her passions for travel and architectural and portrait photography to create visual stories evoking a feeling of mystery. Her dreamlike images always begin with a sense of place. She then adds her photographs of models, clothing, and other elements. She... Continue Reading →
The Placerville Arts Association is having its up-coming national juried show, the 52nd annual Mother Lode Art Exhibition, to be held August 5-19 in Placerville, CA. The deadline to enter is June 18. You can find all the information on their website, here. In addition to the rules, you can see a slide show of the... Continue Reading →
Viewpoint Photographic Art Center and the Crocker Art Museum come together to showcase photographic works by college and high school students in Sacramento. This is a special exhibition for the inaugural Photography Month Sacramento (and will be accepted as one of the Second Saturday events for Professor Worsfold's Extra Credit, even though it's not on... Continue Reading →
Please join UNITE and American River College on Thursday, February 22 for Black History 101 Mobile Museum. The pop up museum will be located in The HUB (located in ARC Student Center) from 10 AM-2 PM, with artifacts ranging from...
Hey guys! Maura sent me an email with this fun opportunity for an exhibition she found! It's free to enter, and everyone who does (and follows the rules) will be part of the exhibition! How to Be Part of a Global Food Photo Exhibit (Help End Hunger, Too) On February 24th at 12pm EST, you’ll... Continue Reading →