Click on highlighted artists names for info: Dennis Berkla, Brian Buss, Eva Camacho, Nancy Campbell, Gordon Cancee, Indigo Carlton, Karen Cruikshank,
Julio Del Sesto, Halina Domanski, Brinille Ellis, Linda Good, Cris Guenter,
Annette Hassell, Helen Hedfield, Kandis Horton, Marcus Howell, Marilynn Jennings, Ernest King, Nicolai Larsen, Jim Lawrence, Tonia Matthews, Tim McCourt,
Holly Savas, Jon Shult, Carol Smith, William Soller, Noah Starer, Lori Stevens, Jeffrey Sully, Paul Trapp, Gary Wagner, erin wells, Dennis Wickes, Lauren Yandell, and Sheryl Yeager.
Join us for a pre-reception dinner and talk by DeWitt Cheng.
*All dietary needs considered.
$10 in advance, $12 at the door.
Tickets available in advance at the CAC front desk.
Chico Art Center is pleased to present artwork from across the United States in the National All Media Juried Exhibition. Juror DeWitt Cheng made his selections of outstanding work from over one hundred and fifty entries. Cheng will announce the winners of cash prizes at 7 P.M. In celebration, a selection of summer salads will be served while enjoying a presentation by the juror.
DeWitt Cheng’s reviews have appeared in many publications, both print and online including Art21 and HuffingtonPost. He is the author of Inside Out: The Paintings of William Harsh. He curates contemporary art exhibitions for Stanford Art Spaces which mounts rotating shows of contemporary art in non-traditional spaces.
Look for prospectus and entry forms below in the list of exhibits.
The Chico Art Center’s Open Studios Art Tour is an exciting way to discover all of the amazing talent working in our own community! The Art Tour invites the public into our local artists’ studios, providing not only a glimpse into the working process of the community’s talent, but also a chance to meet the people that make Chico an Art Community.
A fun and interesting show now in its third year. Fun for serious artists and those who have never created art before. This show is a celebration of the Festival by the same name.
The Chico Art Center rents space in the gallery to artists to exhibit their works for sale during the Holiday Season. Artists control how their works are displayed within their space, it is a way to “Set Up Shop” for the holidays.