ARTSWIN exhibits and calls for artists
Bob Ross Portrait Exhibit
The Arts Council has the unique opportunity to display two original Bob Ross paintings in the Bower-Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery from July 17th – 29th. We are giving local artists the chance to display their work in the same exhibit as the famed art instructor, and what better subject than the artist himself.
All media will be accepted, but the parameter of content is a portrait of Bob Ross. There is no fee to enter this exhibit, and membership is encouraged but not required. Work is limited to one piece per artist.
A special thanks to WNIN and WIPB for coordinating the display of the two orginal Bob Ross paintings!
Please click the DOWNLOAD button below to open the pre-registration form.
Friday, July 9th, by 4 p.m.
(Email [email protected], or mail to 212 Main Street)
Saturday, July 10th
11 am – 2 pm
July 20th – July 29th
Friday, July 30th, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Tuesday, August 3rd, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Immersive virtual exhibit
We’re proud to introduce our first immersive virtual gallery available to view on Artsteps — click here to view the virtual exhibit. We want to know what you think about this new experience, because we are interested in exploring the platform and the types of digital shows we can host. If you have any ideas, please contact ARTSWIN Community Director Zach Evans by email.
The first virtual exhibit we’re hosting on Artsteps is the Spooky Show. The exhibit 57 Halloween-inspired pieces from 57 regional artists.
If you’re using your phone, Artsteps has a free Android and iPhone app that makes the experience easier to use and navigate. Use your mouse to click and drag to look around. You can interact with all 57 pieces in this show by clicking on it. You can also point and click to where you want to “walk” to in the gallery. View the video above for instructions on how to navigate the new virtual gallery.
future artswin exhibits
The Arts Council is working hard to restructure our gallery plans in the wake of COVID-19. Please stayed tuned for future calls for artists and news on upcoming exhibits. In the mean time, check out these recent exhibits.