Tuesday, February 18, 2020

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MAX GINSBURG'S paintings are in many museums and private collections including The Butler Institute of American Art, The Washington County Museum, The Society of Illustrators Museum, The Salmagundi Club, The Art Renewal Center, The Martin Luther King Labor Center 1199. Two most recent of his many awards are "The Grand Prize" from the Portrait Society of America in 2015 and the "Best in Show" from The Art Renewal Center in 2011. From 1980-2004, he painted commissioned illustrations for leading publishing institutions such as HarperCollins Publications and New York Times Magazine.

Ginsburg has taught art at The High School of Art & Design (1960-1982), The School of Visual Art (1984-2000) and The Art Students League (2008-present). He has also given workshops around the world since 2008.
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Homotopia is a vital part of the Arts scene - we're unapologetically Queer, and a safe space in society for LGBTQIA people to have their voices heard.

We're proud to offer QueerCore - an Artist Development programme that allows new LGBTQIA art and artists to flourish in the UK's longest running LGBTQIA arts festival - but we need your help  
    QueerCore is Homotopia Festival's Artist Development programme. Put simply, this means we can offer funding, advice, some project management technique tips, and access to networks like Queer Arts North to any and all LGBTQIA creatives who have a project they want to produce with us at Homotopia.

    BUT! We can't do any of that without a little help from our friends (that's you!)

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    Upcoming Events at Arc
    Join us for the
    "48 PILLARS" Bay Area Exhibition
    Opening Reception
    on Saturday, February 29th, 7-9PM

    Twenty-four local Bay Area artists will each produce two companion pieces or diptychs on identically sized panels. The panels exactly ring the gallery
    with 48 works total.

    Featured artists: Bob Armstrong, Kate Barrengos,
    Michael Chamberlain, Rea Lynn de Guzman,
    Natasha Dikareva, Marguerite Elliot, Matthew Frederick,
    Ester Hernandez, Shane Izykowski, Kathryn Kain,
    Michael Kerbow, Clare Kuo, Steven Liu,
    Geralyn Marie Montano, Larry Morace,
    Leslie Morgan, Stephen Namara, Sarah M. Newton,
    Sandy Ostrau, Rachel Sager, Allison Snopek,
    Samanta Tello, Kay Weber, and Fumiyo Yoshikawa

    Artists Talk and Closing Reception
    Saturday, March 28th, 12-3PM

    Exhibition: February 29 - March 28, 2020

    for more info:
    "LifeLive 2020: All-Stars"
    Bay Area Exhibition in the Project Gallery at Arc

    Opening Reception
    on Saturday, February 29th, 7-9PM
    Artists: Arlene Diehl, Diane Olivier, Jean Oppermann, Fernando Reyes, and Eric Saint Georges

    "LifeLive" live drawing sessions
    on Saturday, March 14th, 6:30-10PM
    EXHIBITION: February 29 - March 28, 2020

    for more info:
    Arc Gallery & Studios 10th Anniversary Celebration & Exhibition

    Saturday, April 4th, 7-9PM

    featuring the artists of Arc Studios,
    past & present
    Exhibition: April 4 - May 9, 2020

    for more info:
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    Arc Gallery & Studios 
    1246 Folsom Street
    San Francisco CA  94103
    Arc Gallery Hours: 
    Wed. & Thurs. 1-6PM
    and Sat. 12-3PM
    - gallery closed between exhibitions

    Arc is conveniently located in San Francisco's South of Market (SOMA) district, on Folsom Street, between 8th & 9th streets. (3 blocks from the Civic Center BART station on Market Street) 


    Juried Exhibition

     March 16th, 2020

     click here for more info
     - "As a participating artist in the group show 'Doll House' I was impressed at the thoughtful curating as well as the organization of the entire process, from submission to reception." 
    - Felicia Forte
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    Arc supports the making of quality art in all media, provides a nurturing environment for artists to create their work, builds a community of artists to encourage exploration of art, provides resources for the professional development of visual artists, and promotes appreciation of the visual arts in the city of San Francisco.
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    The Arc Gallery & Studios arts complex includes a 1,000 sq. ft. art gallery,
    ten artist studios, an art education center, San Francisco Artist Network
    and Kearny Street Workshop offices, as well as VEGA Coffee Kiosk.
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    Professional Development Programs for Artists
    at Arc Gallery & Studios
    Sunday, April 19th, 11AM-4PM

    A Basic Game Plan for Your Artist Career
    intensive 5-hour workshop

    click for advance registration:

    SFAN Portfolio Reviews
    Meet with three gallerists for an in-depth review and critique of your artwork & website

    on Tuesday, April 21st, and Thursday, April 23rd

    click for advance registration:
    Arc Gallery & Studios | [www.arc-sf.com]

    Arc Gallery & Studios | 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 9410