Riverside Art Museum

Riverside Art Museum The Riverside Art Museum integrates art into the lives of people in a way that engages, inspires, and builds community by providing high quality exhibits and art education programs that instill a lifelong love of the arts.
(243)

The Riverside Art Museum strives to integrate art into the lives of people in a way that engages, inspires, and builds community by presenting thought-provoking exhibits and providing quality art classes that instill a lifelong love of the arts. Located in the historic Mission Inn district of downtown Riverside, our architecturally significant 1929 building is a former YWCA facility designed by Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan. The building’s distinctive architecture as a work of art in its own right brought it to the attention of the Riverside Art Center in the 1960s. Purchased from the YWCA on July 5, 1967, Morgan’s building became the proud home of the Riverside Art Museum. The building is now home to artists and art lovers as a place to quietly roam and experience the world of art. Discover a wealth of opportunities to learn and be inspired in our galleries where there’s something to pique everyone’s interests and to challenge their perceptions of what art is. Join us for: art classes for the young and young at heart alike that teach art history and technique, free family activities, lectures, book readings and signings, film screenings, and a Museum Store filled with items you won’t find elsewhere. DONORS MATTER As a non-profit institution RAM relies on the generosity of donors like you to support a place where a love of the arts can be sparked and nurtured. Your thoughtful gift will provide children and adults the opportunity to see art and to learn through hands-on experiences. YOUR support is critical to our mission.

Mission: The Riverside Art Museum integrates art into the lives of people in a way that engages, inspires, and builds community by providing high quality exhibits and art education programs that instill a lifelong love of the arts.

We have been asked where we stand and we want to be clear—Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with Black artists,...
06/02/2020

We have been asked where we stand and we want to be clear—Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with Black artists, visitors, partners, families, and friends, and it will continue to be our mission to provide a safe place for artists and visitors to inspire, engage, and build community with one another.

We know that we need to learn more and do more, and be more accountable to our community. And we will take steps to do so.

In the meantime, we see you, we hear you, and we are with you. #blacklivesmatter

We're catching up today with artist Wendy Maruyama whose work was last exhibited at RAM in 2016 in E. O. 9066.In this se...
05/30/2020

We're catching up today with artist Wendy Maruyama whose work was last exhibited at RAM in 2016 in E. O. 9066.

In this series, Artist Stories, you’ll find out how artists who have exhibited at RAM in the past are sheltering in place, what they are working on, what inspires them, and, perhaps, even what they’re baking or cooking!

To see this and all our other Artist Stories and current online exhibitions, visit: http://riversideartmuseum.org/exhibits/

05/30/2020
Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry

You’re missing out if you’re not following The Cheech Marin Center’s video series where Cheech talks about artists and artwork that will be featured at The Cheech in the fall of 2021. Go check out the latest video in the series, “Cheech Talks About: Michael Alvarez”, on The Cheech’s page.

You’ll remember that Michael Alvarez showed at the Riverside Art Museum in 2019: http://riversideartmuseum.org/exhibits/exhibit-archive/michael-alvarez-mamas-boys-and-other-stories/.

Take a look at this special In the Studio with Michael Alvarez video as the artist himself talks more in-depth about the two pieces mentioned by Cheech.

Check out our previous post if you missed “Cheech Talks About: Michael Alvarez” and then take a look at this special In the Studio with Michael Alvarez video as the artist himself talks more in-depth about the two pieces mentioned by Cheech.

"The account is a collection of images that helps others remember the aspects of life they will love again after the pan...
05/26/2020
When this is over: Artists depict what they’re looking forward to

"The account is a collection of images that helps others remember the aspects of life they will love again after the pandemic is over. Artists, photographers, and students have contributed."

When the pandemic is over and life goes back to “normal” this is what these artists plan to do.

❤️😭🙏❤️
05/25/2020
UNICEF USA

❤️😭🙏❤️

Children all over the world are dealing with big changes in the time of #COVID19. But 10-year-old Chelsea Phaire is lifting their spirits through art.

"I feel good inside knowing how happy they are when they get their art kits," she says. "Now my dream is to meet every kid in the entire world and give them art. Who knows, maybe if we do that and then our kids do that, we'll have world peace!"

Today we honor all who have lost their lives serving our country. They may be gone, but they are not forgotten. Have a s...
05/25/2020

Today we honor all who have lost their lives serving our country. They may be gone, but they are not forgotten. Have a safe Memorial Day, everyone. We might not get to celebrate this holiday like we have in the past, but we can still pay it forward and do a kind service for someone today.

Today, we're debuting Anders Aldrin: Variations on a Theme as our newest online exhibition.Straight from our permanent c...
05/23/2020

Today, we're debuting Anders Aldrin: Variations on a Theme as our newest online exhibition.

Straight from our permanent collection, learn more about Aldrin and his color woodcut prints.

See Variations on a Theme at: http://riversideartmuseum.org/exhibits/

05/21/2020
Riverside Unified School District

We've been proud and lucky to host the Riverside Unified School District Middle School Art Show for the last several years. So when a Virtual Art Show was announced, we were happy to be part of it, with our Art Education Coordinator Bethany Molyneaux helping to judge the middle school (and high school) art shows this year! Congratulations to the winners! 👏👏👏

Please join us for the virtual event to showcase the middle and high school visual arts students from across the district!
#BeExtraordinary

Earlier this month for #GivingTuesdayNow, you helped us fund Family Art Supply Packs for families picking up food as par...
05/20/2020

Earlier this month for #GivingTuesdayNow, you helped us fund Family Art Supply Packs for families picking up food as part of @rivcohealthfoundation's Community Settlement Association's Food Pantry Program.

Well, the supplies have arrived and we're hard at work making those 125+ Art Packs!!!

We hope to deliver them to the food pantry soon to give out to families.

Thank you again for your support of RAM, the arts, and the art of giving back to the community. Together, we're making an impact.

❤️
05/18/2020

❤️

We've created a photo album that we will be adding to during the next month to honor the past presidents of the Art Alliance of the Riverside Art Museum.

If you have a fond memory to share about any of our past presidents and the events they spearheaded, we hope you'll add them as comments to the album or specific photos in the album.

Visit the album here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ArtAllianceofRAM/photos/?tab=album&album_id=942229566215178

Empire KVCR
05/18/2020

Empire KVCR

This week's At-Home Learning TV schedule is available on our website. Stay strong and stay safe SB/Riverside Counties. ❤️ More info at KVCR.org/education

The last theme for #MuseumWeek is #dreamsMW. Ending this week on a note of hope, here’s Pedro Friedeberg’s “Untitled (Ar...
05/17/2020

The last theme for #MuseumWeek is #dreamsMW. Ending this week on a note of hope, here’s Pedro Friedeberg’s “Untitled (Art Patrons View Paintings)” from our permanent collection. We sincerely hope to see you back at the museum to view art in person in the near future. See you soon! ❤️

05/16/2020
Michael Skura - Tendrils Gallery Exhibit

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #technologyMW, so we’re highlighting Michael Skura’s 2019 exhibit at RAM, Tendrils.

Skura’s work explored materials and technologies with minds of their own, and celebrated conventional defects as opportunities for the expression of the essence of the materials. Lighting phenomena and interactive technology were integral to Skura's work.

Skura and collaborators AJ Freysteinson, Creative Director at RabCup, and Meghan Athavale, CEO of LUMOplay, used 19 Epson LightScene accent lighting and three PowerLite L615Ulaser projectors for the interactive light art exhibit.

Read the “Is This The Best Projection Mapping Story Ever?” article for more information regarding the technology behind the exhibit here: https://www.ravepubs.com/is-this-the-best-projection-mapping-story-ever/

The Tendrils gallery exhibit, created by Michael Skura, can be experienced at the Riverside Art Museum from Nov 21 2019 - Jan 05 2020. Artist website: http:/...

05/16/2020
Inlandia Institute

A poem written by Angelov Farooq, Riverside Unified School District School Board Trustee, who was moved to write one for the first in time in 10 years after his experiences with students and parents during COVID-19. We are inspired to see people like Angelov use the arts as a way to reflect and share their experiences during this unprecedented time.

The poem below was written by Angelov Farooq, Board of Education for Riverside Unified School District, to commemorate our 2020 graduates who are missing out due to the pandemic. If you enjoy the poem, we hope you'll take a moment to share it with your own graduates at home.

#RUSD #ClassOf2020 #Graduation #COVID-19

***

A Class of its Own

Arriving at the moment to memorialize our youth
Searching for truth of the right (way) of passage
And graduate to perpetuate what is possible to create

Can we commiserate with our mates and still feel safe?
We yearn for an embrace but can envision peace in our own place
We will make our impact by forming a compact
Because our class will realize our legacy...in solidarity!

Mindfulness on this journey can harness your destiny
Cherish loved ones no matter the space
And transcend the arc to beauty and grace.

Dr. Angelov Farooq
Board of Education for Riverside Unified School District

Today, we're debuting View From Here as our newest online exhibition. Landscapes, whether pastoral or urban, provide us ...
05/16/2020

Today, we're debuting View From Here as our newest online exhibition.

Landscapes, whether pastoral or urban, provide us with images of places we would like to go or remind us of places that are familiar to us. In a moment when travel has all but stopped, it is hard to imagine making the trek to the countryside or jetting across the globe to a new destination.

Inspired by the uber popular page View from My Window, RAM shares 16 works from our collection. They cover a gamut of geographic territories and artistic styles from fantastically built environments to others untouched by humanity.

See View From Here at: http://riversideartmuseum.org/exhibits/

We need a variety of fields to navigate our way through a global health crisis. They all deserve our support. Science an...
05/16/2020
While science is saving lives, the arts can mend souls

We need a variety of fields to navigate our way through a global health crisis. They all deserve our support. Science and medicine are the disciplines that help to save lives — the humanities and arts help us understand why they are worth saving in the first place.

One silver lining of this crisis is that the arts and humanities are widely available to people who might not have been able to access them otherwise.

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #climateMW. Not only have we frequently taught recycled art classes at RAM, we’ve also dive...
05/15/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #climateMW. Not only have we frequently taught recycled art classes at RAM, we’ve also dived deeper into environmental issues with environmental art installations like There is a River Here at the Santa Ana River near Martha McLean-Anza Narrows Park. Made possible by the James Irvine Foundation’s New California Art Fund and California Water Environmental Association, There is a River Here featured a yarnbombing of several boulders with crocheted and recycled textile pieces by Threadwinners (Alyssa Arney + Liz Flynn) and community members to highlight the river as a cultural and natural resource. the river knows, choreographed by Crystal Sepulveda in collaboration with Gwen Benitez, Jonathan Godoy, Rebekah Johnson, and Kylie Kruger, was also performed in the river and was co-created with members of the community in a workshop held before the event.

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #climateMW. We’re highlighting our Eco Art: Graphic Design for Change exhibit curated by Ol...
05/15/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #climateMW. We’re highlighting our Eco Art: Graphic Design for Change exhibit curated by Olga Severina back in 2013. These graphically compelling posters used design as a tool for addressing issues directly and increasingly affecting the lives of the everyday residents of Riverside, the surrounding Southern California region, and beyond. They promoted ecological values central to the global environment and sustainable lifestyles on a macroscopic scale. https://vimeo.com/57758466?fbclid=IwAR0Dg7qqrJ8GA8axwtt6512obfcNLAGt6Ux0fRiZHVGi3SGZ-bS5xtDT460

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's the last of some of our favorite m...
05/15/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's the last of some of our favorite museum moments. Here are some of the super fun events we’ve held at the museum.

Art & Sole. DJ AFTA-1 reaches for the moon while painting shoes for Art & Sole; Gregory Adamson holds up the shoe he painted.

Art Float—Riverside.

Pop-a-Balloonza, before and after.

May the 4th Be With You: A Dance Sunriser.

Happenings: Selections from the Riverside Art Make Pinata Whacking!

What are some of your favorite moments at RAM? Share them here in the comments or post yours and tag us!

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's another favorite museum moment, th...
05/15/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's another favorite museum moment, the opening reception for More Dreamers of the Golden Dream.

"More Dreamers of the Golden Dream, the show Douglas McCulloch and I created for RAM in 2012, changed the lives of thousands of people in the Inland Empire. I wrote stories of the amazing resilience, beauty, and history of families making this place their home, their restaurants, and boxing gyms, the schools they integrated, the driveways my own family knows are anchors for true community. Thousands of people saw the stories and images, and told us more, and so we've worked on two other shows with RAM, featuring the military in our area and the badass women who are the core of inland southern California. RAM is a place my own family loves like family."—Susan Straight

We asked one of our long-time art students and volunteers, Sebrae, to share some of his favorite memories at the museum ...
05/15/2020

We asked one of our long-time art students and volunteers, Sebrae, to share some of his favorite memories at the museum for #MuseumWeek's #museummomentsmw theme.

“The first memory is from 2012. This was during one of my first art exhibitions at the museum. I recently turned twelve and was excited to be featured not only as a participant, but also the door opener to the event.

“The second memory was from 2016 when I was able to share my first animated series with the different artists and teachers who have taught me so much throughout the years.

“These two memories at the museum have always stuck with me up until now as I’m now 19, graduating from college, and turning 20 next month.

“The museum has been a safe haven for me to truly express my love and passion for the arts. I'm so grateful for the opportunities and experiences the RAM team have given me over the course of a decade. They are what makes me proud to be an artist.”

We ❤️ you, Sebrae! 😭 (happy tears)

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's another favorite museum moment, th...
05/15/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's another favorite museum moment, the exhibition that started it all when it comes to @TheCheechCenter, Papel Chicano Dos. #ChicanoArtIsAmericanArt

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's another favorite museum moment.“Mu...
05/15/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here's another favorite museum moment.

“Museums breathe life into a community. They reflect the community’s history, its culture, diversity, and its “spirit”. There is no better example than RAM’s contribution to our region over the decades. I am proud to have been part of its past, present, and future as we look forward to The Cheech. Go RAM!!”—Senator Roth

Here are a few pictures from our 50 Years of Art & Architecture Gala Celebration in 2017 to celebrate 50 years as an art center and museum in our Julia Morgan-designed building.

IT WAS A BLAST!!! We partied well past our official end time with all the artists, vendors, members, DJs, bands, and special guests who came out in style to celebrate with us.

Did you party with us that night? What are some of your favorite moments at RAM? Share them here in the comments or post yours and tag us!

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here some more favorite museum moments. W...
05/14/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #ThrowbackThursday! So here some more favorite museum moments.

We asked Bethany, from our art education department, what one of her favorite moments was. She replied, "Summer classes 2019. Every summer, when we have weeklong classes, I get excited to see what the students create. One of my favorite classes to teach is Paint, Twist, & Sculpt, where students get to make sculptures and use materials they don’t usually get to use. This picture is of giant flowers the students made with plaster, wood, and paint."

What are some of your favorite art education moments at or with RAM? Share them here in the comments or post yours and tag us!

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #throwbackthursdays . So here are a few of our favorite (things)...
05/14/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #MuseumMomentsMW. AND it’s #throwbackthursdays . So here are a few of our favorite (things) museum moments over the years!

Exhibitions. Rather an important part of our museum. We can't post all of our amazing exhibits (although we wish we could), but here are some pretty memorable ones.

You Are Breathing In It! Alternative Art Practices. Getting to paint the truck was pretty fun!

Wendy Maruyama's moving E. O. 9066 exhibition and Brenda Wong Aoki and Mark Izu's performances of stories from the incarceration. Pictured, Brenda Wong Aoki with a survivor from one of the camps.

Our long history with The Press-Enterprise Riverside County High School Art Show. We're constantly being blown away by the amazing talent and great support.

Beyond Science Fiction: The Alternative Realism of Michael Whelan

The Backward Forward and Upside Down: Gregory Adamson, a Ten-Year Beginning exhibition, where Greg taught an Art d'Vine class!

Beast

Trabajamos/We Work: In the Fields of the North | Photographs by David Bacon

Naida Osline: Photosynthetic | Portraits

Visual Voice

All of the past Baby Tattooville exhibits. Pictured, the featured Baby Tattooville artists of 2014: Brom, Laurie Lee Brom, Jeff Soto, (Bob Self, the guy behind Baby Tattoo), Brian Smith, Joe Sorren, Tara McPherson, Bob Dob, and Eric Fortune!

What are some of your favorite moments at RAM? Share them here in the comments or post yours and tag us!

"We all need respite and places that can heal us emotionally, mentally, and physically. Whether through giving us a sens...
05/13/2020

"We all need respite and places that can heal us emotionally, mentally, and physically. Whether through giving us a sense of purpose, exploring what it means to be human, gaining knowledge, or allowing us to escape … museum-goers believe museums play a key role here."

We have all been marked by the challenges of this pandemic. How can museums help with hope and healing?

Here's the link to the full-length, downloadable, and printable Data Story.

http://www.wilkeningconsulting.com/uploads/8/6/3/2/86329422/museums_and_the_pandemic_-_data_story_5_-_wilkening_consulting.pdf

American Alliance of Museums #MuseumGoers2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #togetherMW, a tribute to community and joint efforts. We always loved having Baby Tattoovi...
05/13/2020

Today’s #MuseumWeek theme is #togetherMW, a tribute to community and joint efforts.

We always loved having Baby Tattooville come back to the museum with their amazing lineup of artists. Not only were their individual works top notch, but the fact that they worked on a collaborative art piece every year was definitely a highlight.

Check out this Art Jam piece from 2011 featuring: Van Arno, Anthony Ausgang, Ana Bagayan, Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Luke Chueh, Coop, Molly Crabapple, Bob Dob, Ron English, Gris Grimly, James Gurney, Michael Hussar, Frank Kozik, Lola, Travis Louie, Elizabeth McGrath, Tara McPherson, Brandi Milne, Miss Mindy, Buff Monster, Ragnar, Johnny "KMNDZ" Rodriguez, Johnny Ryan, KRK Ryden, Shag, Amy Sol, Jeff Soto, William Stout, Tony Swatton, and Yoskay Yamamoto.

Address

3425 Mission Inn Ave
Riverside, CA
92501

The museum is accessible through Riverside Transit Agency. To find the best route for you, please visit. http://www.riversidetransit.com/home/index.htm

General information

Normal Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m (except Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.)., and Sunday, 12:00 noon - 4:00 p.m. First Thursdays: On the first Thursday of each month, the museum is open from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. as part of Arts Walk, free of charge. First Sundays: On the first Sunday of each month (October - May), the museum is open from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. as part of First Sundays, free of charge, with crafts and family-friendly activities. Museums on Us: On the first full weekend of each month, show us your Bank of America debit or credit card, along with ID, and get in free. The Museum is closed on: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday Observed, Presidents' Day Observed, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. Admission Members, Military and their families (with ID), and Children under 12: Free Students (with ID) and Seniors (65+ with ID): $3 General admission: $5

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(951) 684-7111

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Riverside Art Museum posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Museum

Send a message to Riverside Art Museum:

Videos

Category

Nearby museums


Comments

In a time where Health and Wellness is essential. Lets celebrate one of Earth's gifts! Happy 420. I hope you all are doing well and staying Healthy! Stay Up.. like/share/support!
The perfect Valentine gift for your creative partner. A membership to "The 52 Project 2020." Orientation is the day after Valentine's day...Feb 15/ Sat at 10:00 am at the Riverside Art Museum. More info and registration button under adult education at riversideartmuseum.org
Are you interested in learning more about art? The first in a series, ‘Conversation with the Artist’ is Sunday, January 26th featuring pastel artist Sally Strand. To learn more about lectures & to register please visit:
Some of my RAM friends may have observed that I decorated my fun Husky Dog with workers stuck in their jobs. I called it "The People's Dog." I have a long-standing devotion to politically egalitarian themes: Compared to other venues, I am more gratified when I exhibit in politically/socially-themed shows. So I am very gratified to be included in SoLA Contemporary's ACTIVISM + ART exhibit in which I exhibit SNOWDEN #6. Reception: Jan 4, 6-9 pm. 3718 W. Slausen Av., Los Angeles, Thank you Peggy Jo Sivert and the board. I hope to meet with my friends there.
i am an art collector. joe price.
https://youtu.be/BO9mR0HiLQk Greg's class at Art D'Vine.
The most amazing Halloween event ever for families- HAUNTED ATLANTIS SUNDAY OCTOBER 28TH 2018 at 6:30pm at the LEGENDARY, ICONIC AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC.. You can’t miss this one it’s going to be incredible, DJ Beth playing an exclusive set, Hula Hoppers, Stilt walkers, huge LED Robots, the world famous Let Love Glow Activity Area with more games, more artistic creativity and activities, prizes for best dancers and best costumes .. oh … and ACCESS TO THE AQUARIUM UNTIL 9PM!!!!! All for only $25. You have to be here, one and all, IT’S THE KIDS DANCE SOCIETY HAUNTED ATLANTIS EVENT AT THE AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC……… Get your tickets here and they are selling fast….
Only three more weeks to go! The Rejoice in Art! juried fine art exhibition, "For the Beauty of the Earth 2018," is still accepting entries, including landscapes, seascapes, still life, animals, wildlife, figures, portraits and more! Deadline is August 27. We are honored to have Internationally Recognized Pastelist Kim Lordier as juror, and California Art Club President Peter Adams as awards judge. More than $1500 in cash and product prizes will be awarded. Enter TODAY at https://www.onlinejuriedshows.com/Default.aspx?OJSID=22992
Please share: Note September 15, 2018 deadline ARTE LATINO NOW Call for Submissions for 2019 Exhibit An Arts Competition Celebrating Latino Artists Sponsored by The Center for Latino Studies at Queens University of Charlotte in partnership with artist Edwin Gil, Art Sí and Queens’ Departments of Art and World Languages, ARTE LATINO NOW 2019 seeks to highlight the exciting cultural and artistic contributions of Latinos in the United States. We invite artists who self-define as Latino and live and work in the United States to submit an original creative work in their medium of choice. Winners will be exhibited at Queens University of Charlotte in Spring 2019. Categories for consideration include: New Media Visual Arts Performing Arts (including dance, theater, music) Creative Writing Deadline for Submissions is September 15, 2018 Process for Submission: No more than one submission per artist is permitted • Media Submissions should be no more than 3 minutes in length. Performance pieces such as theater, music, dance and performance art etc. should be submitted digitally and limited to a 3 minute length. 2 dimensional pieces should be no larger than 44” by 44.” These dimensions include frame and any other appendages that are part of the piece. 3 dimensional works should be no larger than 3’ square. • Please email your submission to [email protected] Subject line: ARTE LATINO NOW 2019 Submission. Be sure to include contact information: Name of artist, cell number, email and mailing address • Include a one paragraph description of your work. Make sure to include as well the date of composition, title, dimensions and media used. Use 12 pt. Times New Roman font • Include a one paragraph bio and head shot. Use 12 pt. Times New Roman font • Artists selected will be responsible for all shipping costs related to the exhibit. Deadlines for shipping will be discussed with individual artists • A 25% commission will be deducted from the sales price for all works exhibited in the show at Queens University of Charlotte
Dedicated volunteers.
im a freelance photographer, i arrived at the park at about 7am and didn't leave till around 12:30 that afternoon,took at least 30 pics, the weather, with the clouds made for great shots, both color and black&white.Look foward to going again next year.