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Call For Artists!! Sculptors
Juror: Bella Feldman, award winning artist and professor of sculpture ENTRIES DUE Friday, September 5, 4pm Apply through Call For Entry today Requirements SF Bay Area artists only (within 100 miles from San Rafael, California) Submissions should express or allude to the theme as described below Sculptural media only, industrial and innovative materials encouraged The size limit is six feet in any dimension Submit via CallForEntry.org only. AWD will not accept hardcopy, email, or
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AWD Public Art Program Installs Sculpture Tribute to 9-11
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 Art Works Downtown in San Rafael, CA has installed a new piece of public art in downtown San Rafael to honor 9-11 victims. The steel sculpture is called "On the Rise: a 9-11 Tribute" by sculptor, Matt Rapalyea. Rapalyea is very active in the Santa Rosa Public Art community. Rapalyea writes, "I find deep pleasure in creating and sharing a response with my art." Rapalyea has been featured in several 2nd Fridays Art Walks at the MFA Art Space at Marin Fencing
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Last Chance to see "The Realm of Dreams" at Dominican University
Today marks the beginning of the final two weeks for "The Realm of Dreams" exhibit at Dominican University's Alemany Library. As students return for the new semester, they will have a chance to enjoy this unique and special collaborative exhibit by Phyllis Thelen and Barbara Andino-Stevenson. The exhibit is open to the public during Library hours through August 31, 2012. To view photos + a slideshow from this exhibit by Margot Duane Images, please click here, or on the images below.
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