“Dreaming a New World” exhibit – Phoenix, Arizona

The Herberger Theater invites the public to the free opening reception for “Dreaming A New World,” guest curator exhibit of monotypes, collagraph prints and mixed media paintings by Sarah Kriehn and Kathy Taylor on First Friday, April 7. Meet the artists, enjoy live music and no-host bar in Bob’s Spot Lounge. The Herberger Theater is located at 222 E. Monroe Street, Phoenix, 85004.

The artwork is on display and available for purchase through April 30. A portion of sales benefit the HTC’s Youth Outreach Programs. Viewing hours are weekdays, 10am-5pm, during performances and by appointment. To preview the exhibit, visit herbergertheater.org/art-gallery/.

Park for $6 at the Arizona Center (Fillmore/5th Street) M-F after 5pm. Purchase discount validation at the Herberger Theater Box Office before the reception. For information, contact Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399, Ext. 105 or laustin@HerbergerTheater.org.

Edgy Art Exhibit – Phoenix, Arizona

The Herberger Theater to open Edgy at its Herberger Gallery@Arizona Center location at 455 N. Third Street, Suite 1200 in Phoenix. Featuring 41 Arizona artists, the art in this exhibit is daring, provocative, trend-setting, cutting edge and thinking ahead of the curve, and features a variety of mediums and processes. Curators are Connie and A O Tucker.

The public is invited to the free opening reception on Third Friday, April 21, 6-8pm, to meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments. The artwork is on display and available for purchase through June 8. For a preview, visit our website.

Park for $6 at the Arizona Center (Fillmore/5th St.) M-F after 5pm. Purchase discount validation at the reception.

For information, contact Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399, Ext. 105.

Pictured: “Mr. Purple” by George Penaloza

Deadline: April 1, 2017 – “Memories of October and November” – Arizona

Arizona artists are invited to submit up to ten pieces of art for consideration in “Memories of October and November,” on display October 6 – November 27 at the Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe Street in Phoenix.

Art in this exhibit represents meaningful, authentic and creative recollections about the months of October and November.

Guest curated by Hazel Stone, the exhibit is open to original artwork, photography, and 2- and 3- dimensional work. Artists are selected to display and sell their work through a blind jurying process, based on relevancy to the noted theme, originality and quality of execution. Must be 18 years or older and an Arizona resident.

The completed prospectus, $20 non-refundable fee and required CD of art images must be postmarked, or hand-delivered to the Herberger Theater Box Office (222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix, AZ 85004) by 5pm on April 1:  http://www.herbergertheater.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Memories-of-Oct-and-Nov-Call-17.pdff.

For information, contact Laurene Austin at laustin@HerbergerTheater.org or 602-254-7399, Ext. 105.

“Materialize” exhibit – Opening Reception – Phoenix, Arizona

Herberger Theater Center (222 E. Monroe Street, Phoenix)
First Friday, February 3
5:30-7:00pm

The public to the free opening reception for “Materialize,” a group exhibition featuring the work of 14 ASU Master of Fine Arts students on First Friday, February 3. Meet the artists, enjoy music by Diego Miranda and no-host bar in Bob’s Spot Gallery Lounge.

Centered on realized works that span a broad range of materials and conceptual practices, these artists highlight the collective imaginative spaces they share, marked by their engagement with contemporary art forms.

The School of Art in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is one of the largest and most respected public art schools in the country, and a leader in the development of artists and arts educators. The Master of Fine Arts degree is offered for advanced study in ceramics, drawing/painting, fibers, interdisciplinary digital technology, intermedia, metals, photography, printmaking, sculpture and wood.

“Materialize” will be on display and available for purchase through April 2. A portion of each purchase benefits the HTC’s Youth Outreach Programs. Sponsored by Billie Jo and Judd Herberger, the Herberger Theater Gallery is a self-funded exhibition program that promotes contemporary art by Arizona artists. Viewing hours are weekdays, 10:00am-5:00pm, during performances and by appointment. Click here to preview the exhibit.

Park for $6 at the Arizona Center (Fillmore/5th Street) weekdays after 5pm. Purchase discount validation at the Herberger Theater Box Office before the reception.

For information, contact Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399, Ext. 105 or laustin@HerbergerTheater.org.

Tiny Art Exhibit free opening reception – Phoenix, AZ

Herberger Gallery@Arizona Center (455 N. Third Street, Suite 1200, Phoenix)
Curators: Connie and A O Tucker
Third Friday, January 20, 6-8pm
Free Admission
Website: http://www.herbergertheater.org/community/herberger-galleryarizona-center/

The public is invited to attend the free opening reception for Tiny Art Exhibit, featuring 62 Arizona artists, to meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments. The exhibit is on display and available for purchase through March 9. For a preview, visit our website.

The Herberger Gallery@Arizona Center is a self-funded exhibition program that promotes contemporary art by Arizona artists. A portion of the proceeds from each piece sold benefits the HTC’s Youth Outreach Programs.

Park for $6 at the Arizona Center (Fillmore/5th Street) weekdays after 5pm. Purchase discount validation at the Reception. For information, contact Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399, Ext. 105 or laustin@HerbergerTheater.org.

Herberger Theater: “Gathering Earth” exhibit – Phoenix

Guest curator exhibit featuring Candace Greenburg
First Friday, January 6, 5:30-7:00pm
Herberger Theater Center (222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix)
Free Admission

The Herberger Theater invites the public to the free opening reception for Gathering Earth, an exhibit of bronze sculpture, mixed-media silk wall hangings and poetry by Candace Greenburg. Meet the artist, enjoy live music by Nick Heward, light refreshments and
no-host bar in Bob’s Spot Lounge.

Derived and inspired by the natural world, the exhibit is on display through January 30. Sponsored by Billie Jo and Judd Herberger, the Herberger Theater Gallery is a self-funded exhibition program that promotes contemporary art by Arizona artists. Viewing hours are weekdays, 10:00am-5:00pm, during performances and by appointment. To preview the exhibit, visit HerbergerTheater.org/gathering-earth/.

Park for $6 at the Arizona Center (Fillmore/5th Street) weekdays after 5pm. Purchase discount validation at the Box Office before the reception. For information, contact Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399, Ext. 105 or laustin@HerbergerTheater.org.

The Herberger Theater Center… Where the Audience Meets the Art

Deadline: Sept. 21, 2016 – Call To Arizona Artists: “Home for the Holidays” – Herberger Gallery@Arizona Center exhibit

Arizona artists are invited to submit up to six works of art for consideration in “Home for the Holidays,” a 2-D artwork exhibit for display at the new Herberger Gallery@Arizona Center (455 N. Third St, Suite 1200 in Phoenix), November 18 – January 16. Guest curators are Connie and A O Tucker. Artists must be 18 and older.

 Artists are selected to display and sell their work through a blind jurying process, based on relevancy to the noted theme, originality and quality of execution. The Herberger Theater, a 501(c)(3) Arizona non-profit organization, receives a 30% donation from all artwork purchased.

To download prospectus with instructions, visit: http://www.herbergertheater.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Home-for-the-Holidays-Call-16.pdf

Application fee: $25 (non-refundable)

Deadline: September 21, 2016

Mail/hand-deliver to:
Herberger Theater Center
Exhibition Entries
222 E. Monroe
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Contact/Questions:
Laurene Austin
602-254-7399, Ext. 105
laustin@HerbergerTheater.org

Deadline: Aug. 15, 2016 – “Art as a Means of Expression to Reinforce Identity” – Arizona

Arizona artists are invited to submit up to eight works of art for consideration in “Art as a Means of Expression to Reinforce Identity” exhibit, for display at the University Club of Phoenix (39 E Monte Vista Road), October 3 – December 2. Guest curated by photographer, cultural anthropologist and educator Gina Santi.

Art in its many expressions undergoes continuous change as a constant and universal process shaped by our personal experiences, background, beliefs, and ways to relate to the surrounding environment. Art, in a number of ways, is a cathartic vehicle that makes possible the advancement of our self-expression.

This exhibit is open to original artwork through a variety of mediums and processes, including photography, 2-dimensional, monoprints, lithographs or giclée prints in limited edition.

Click here for prospectus with detailed instructions. Completed prospectus, application fee and required CD of art images must be postmarked or hand-delivered by
August 15, 2016
. For more information, contact Laurene Austin at 602-254-7399, Ext. 105 or laustin@HerbergerTheater.org.

Deadline: May 6, 2016 – Call: “Give Color To Your Life” exhibit

Arizona artists are invited to submit up to 10 pieces of art for consideration in Give Color To Your Life, an exhibit to be held at the Herberger Theater Center (HTC) in September 2016. The exhibit, guest curated by Oliverio Balcells, will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

Color is creation, connection and union. Color is a celebration transmitted as a way of life, as a gift, a gift that is reflected in the skin, in food, feelings, music and spirituality.

Artists are selected to display and sell their work at the HTC through a blind jurying process, based on relevancy to the noted theme, originality and quality of execution. Original artwork through a variety of mediums and processes, including photography, 2- and 3-dimensional, monoprints, lithographs and giclée prints in limited edition, is accepted. A portion of art sales benefit the Herberger Theater’s Arts Education and Youth Outreach initiatives. Open to artists residing in Arizona. Must be 18 years or older.

To download the prospectus with detailed instructions, visit http://www.herbergertheater.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Give-Color-Prospectus.pdf.
Completed prospectus, application fee and required CD of art images must be postmarked or hand-delivered by May 6, 2016.
For more information, contact Laurene Austin at laustin@HerbergerTheater.org or 602-254-7399, Ext. 105.

Deadline: April 1, 2016 – Call To Arizona Artists – Herberger Theater Center “Face Off” exhibit

The Herberger Theater (HTC) is accepting applications from Arizona artists for consideration in “Face Off,” an all medium exhibit for display October-December 2016.

Artwork must include all or part of at least one face: realistic or implied. Not only humans, but can be any living being that has a face. All mediums may be submitted, including video. If using video, artist must provide own equipment for duration of the exhibit.

Artists are selected to display and sell their work through a blind jury process, based on relevancy to the noted theme, originality and quality of execution. A portion of art sales benefit the HTC’s Arts Education and Youth Outreach initiatives.

Eligibility
This call is open to artists who reside in Arizona. Must be 18 years or older.

Prospectus
To download the prospectus with detailed instructions and application fee, visit www.herbergertheater.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Face-Off-15.pdf . Completed prospectus and required CD of art images must be postmarked by April 1, 2016 for consideration.

Deadline
Completed prospectus and required CD of art images must be postmarked or delivered by April 1, 2016 for consideration:

Herberger Theater Center
Exhibition Entries
222 East Monroe
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Contact/Questions
Laurene Austin
602-254-7399
laustin@herbergertheater.org