Monday, April 25, 2011

Calling all past present & future Untitled artists - RETROSPECTIVE

Untitled presents
Pre-Registration for "RETROSPECTIVE"

Get some RETROSPECTIVE July 22, 2011, as Untitled celebrates 20 years of bringing uncensored art to unlimited audiences all over Nashville. Calling all artists who are seasoned Untitled veterans (and maybe even survivors) and new artists who are hearing of it for the first time--it's time to show your stuff at the biggest event of the summer! Untitled's roots are deeply engrained in the Nashville art community, bringing amateur and experienced artists together for one-night-only art shows at unique venues throughout the metropolitan Nashville area. In a city teeming with musical talent, it's only natural that the visual art community thrive as well. When Untitled formed 20 years ago, visual art in Nashville was practically non-existent and now art shows are opening every week! So come celebrate and support Nashville arts' roots at Untitled's 20th anniversary one-night-only art show, RETROSPECTIVE.

To pre-register for the show, click on this link:


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Call for Artists - O Gallery - Downtown Nashville Arcade

Attention Artists!
Exhibit your beautiful work at



This is an open call to artists for a monthly Art exhibition
Brought to you by “O” Gallery, #42 Arcade

Theme for May “The Intricacy of INDIGO”

Will take place on Saturday, May 21st, 1-5pm All visual art i.e. paintings, photography, sculptures, handmade jewellery, special ware etc.

We can accommodate 2-3 small tables, but mostly- wall placement.

Send all images of the works you choose to display to for consideration.

Entry fee-$10 per 1 piece of medium size (up to 18”x24”) Amount of artwork is determined by artist and not limited. Only 10% of sale will be taken as commissions.

After the artwork is accepted for this themed show, the payment instructions and other working requests will be given tp participants. See the photos and video of previous show on Facebook:!/?sk=myuploads

The Space is limited-apply ASAP! We accept the submissions for any of shows listed:

Upcoming themes:

June 18th- “Colorful Black & White”

July 16th-“Summer Time-Yellow & Orange”

Accepted applications for any of themes! Indicate your choice at submission.
For all questions, comments, and concerns you can contact “O”Gallery at 615-416-2537


New Artist Opportunities for Photographers - Open to Interpretation

New Artist Opportunities for Photographers

Open to Interpretation - Water's Edge
Water's ever changing surface and symbolism has held our imagination since ancient times. Images that capture water's transition are as prolific as water itself; they can be found everywhere. We are drawn to water for a myriad of different reasons - all subjects (color or black & white) are eligible.

Submit by April 26: $30 for 5 images, $10 each additional
Deadline June 7: $35 for 5 images, $10 each additional
Awards: $300 Juror's choice
Juror: Douglas Beasley, Photographer and Educator


Open to Interpretation - Intimate Landscape
Landscapes conjure images of vast, sweeping scenes, but the details captured by a photograph can turn a seemingly impersonal setting into an intimate story. It's up to the artist to define what constitutes and intimate landscape, be it representational, non-representational, urban, suburban, or rural.

Submit by August 23: $30 for 5 images, $10 each additional
Deadline October 18: $35 for 5 images, $10 each additional
Awards: $300 Juror's choice
Juror: Karen Irvine, Curator Museum of Contemporary Photography


New Artist's Residency Grant
Vision Quest Photo Workshops announces a new yearly grant of a one-week photographic artists's residency. For mid-career fine-art photographers looking for a retreat-like experience to work on their art, reflect on their artistic direction, make new photographs, plan new career paths, or to simply have time away from work/family/life pressure and stress. Photographers can use this time to move their art or career forward or to reflect on where they are and where they are headed. For more details go to

Open to Interpretation is a juried book competition of photography, poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Each book begins with a themed call for photos. The chosen images become the literary inspiration for the writers' submissions. A book is created that matches each winning photo with two stories or poems that offer different interpretations of the image. The unique collaboration adds new dimensions to both the photos and the written word.


Artists, Social Media & The Law - May 11 2011

Three's Company: Artists, Social Media & The Law

Wed., May 11th, Noon-1:30p.m.
Zeitgeist Gallery
(1819 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212)

Reserve your spot today, RSVP to: or (615) 743-3055.
Cost: $10 – ABC Members; $15 – Non Members
For CLE Credit (1.5 hours): $50 – ABC Member, $75 Non Member

* Courtney Love recently paid $430,000 to settle a lawsuit in which she was accused of sending defamatory tweets about a fashion designer.
* Photobucket won a victory in court in a copyright infringement lawsuit because it followed simple steps under the DMCA.
* Congress is considering new privacy measures, just as location-identifying tools like FourSquare gain popularity.
* And a Tennessee company recently got fined $250,000 by the FTC for failing to disclose that it was paying for positive reviews.

As artists and those in the arts embrace social media to connect with
patrons and audiences, what do you need to know to maximize your
opportunities and decrease your chances of getting sued?

Stephen Zralek explains the evolving law of social media, covering topics that include defamation, endorsements, trademarks, copyrights, privacy, marketing to children and employment issues.

Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville
211 Commerce Street, Suite 100 | Nashville, TN 37201
(615) 743-3055 |

Call for Entries: Biennial Project - Deadline May 5 2011

Biennial Project is sponsoring the first ever Boston Online Biennial this
spring. Get your work seen by a large audience, including Movers And Shakers
in the art world. All selected work will be displayed in our Website
Gallery and in a Blog Posting that reaches an audience of 2,000 - AND will
be showcased in an exhibition to be held in conjunction with The Biennial
Project's VIP Opening Reception for the 2011 Venice Biennale.

Prizes include a Solo Gallery Show on our website, and a Solo Blog Posting
of 15 pieces of the winner's work to an audience of more than 2000 Art World

Click below to enter: Boston Online Biennial 2011 Entry Info

The Biennial Project | 80 Border St. | East Boston | MA | 02128

The Biennial Project

Call for Entries for Boston Online Biennial. Submission via email only.
Submission deadline May 5th. Winners exhibited at Venice Biennale and in a
blog posting to 2,000 Art Lovers! Follow link attached for entry info and


Deadline May 5th, The Online Show will run from June 5th until July (maybe
longer) The opening reception that we hosting at The opening week of The
Venice Biennale is On June 5th

Online and in Venice, Italy

All selected work will be displayed in our Website Gallery and in a Blog
Posting that reaches an audience of 2,000 - AND will be showcased in an
exhibition to be held in conjunction with The Biennial Project's VIP Opening
Reception for the 2011 Venice Biennale.

Prizes include a Solo Gallery Show on our website, and a Solo Blog Posting
of 15 pieces of the winner's work to an audience of more than 2000 Art World


Handmade & Bound Nashville Book & Zine Opportunities - October 2011

Handmade & Bound Nashville is a festival celebrating independent publications and printed matter, featuring artists’ books, zines, and mini-comics. This is an event for publishers and artists (as well as zine distros) and book art fans to come together to sell and/or trade their handmade and affordable publications and creations. Handmade & Bound Nashville will be held on Saturday, October 1, at Watkins College of Art, Design, and Film (2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.) in Nashville, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission will be free. Be prepared for workshops, documentary screenings, zine readings, guest speakers, and other local events. Detail TBA

There is also a juried book/zine exhibit running the month of October in the Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Gallery (opening Sept. 30)

The theme of the exhibition is Encoded Structures: Interpreting the Story:

In a sense, books and zines act a physical incarnations for a coded language made up of letters, words, symbols, and materials. The author devises the code, fashioning the structure through choices in sequence, material, size, etc. The reader interprets the encoded structure in a personal way as they read, examine and turn the pages (or other elements) of the book or book-like structure. This exploration of the physicality of the structure speaks to the intimacy of the book form and the book as personal relic. This exhibit will focus on the book and zine as art objects that use form, content, and context within every aspect of the structure to convey a message and theme to the reader.

The following prizes will be awarded:
1st Place – $100
2nd Place – $75
3rd Place – $25
(up to five 3rd place purchase awards may be given)

Vendor tables are also available.

Visit our website at:

Monday, April 18, 2011

Call for Artists - Nature Themed Show - New York - Art at the Armory. Deadline Jun 30 2011

Call for Fine art and fine craft artists in all mediums.
The Nature-themed Show & Sale of Fine Art.

Show dates: November 12-13, 2011

Show hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Application deadline: June 30, 2011.

Main Street Armory, Rochester, NY.

David Semple (director), Art at The Armory,, 585-223-8369

Call to Artists - Washington Printmakers Gallery - Deadline May 15 2011

Washington Printmakers Gallery

Washington Printmakers Gallery is pleased to announce Robert K. Newman as the 2011 National Small Works Juror. Mr. Newman is the director of the Old Print Shop, the oldest family-owned gallery operating in the US.

National Small Works is in its 14th year, and is open to artists 18 and over across the nation. Prizes include:

1st Prize-Solo Exhibition, August 2012

2nd Prize-$200 Purchase Award from Graphic Chemical & Ink, Co.

3rd Prize-$150 Gift Certificate from Utrecht Art Supplies

4th Prize-$100 Gift Certificate from Renaissance Graphic Arts, Inc.

Artists may apply online or via CD. Full instructions can be seen on our website or by downloading a prospectus here. Deadlines and applications fees are:

-April 15, 2011-Early Bird Online Deadline: $20 for 4 images, $5 each additional image

May 15, 2011-Regular Online Deadline: $30 for 4 images, $5 each additional images

CD submissions--all CD submissions are $40 for 4 images, $5 each additional image. There is no early bird discount for CD submissions. Final deadline for receipt of CD submissions (NOT a postmark date) is May 15, 2011.

Works must be under 170 in square and created using traditional, hand-pulled printmaking techniques (no digital or photographic processes are eligible). Works must have been created in the past 2 years.

Washington Printmakers Gallery | Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, 2nd Floor | 8230 Georgia Ave | Silver Spring, MD 20910
301.273.3660 | |

Hours: Wed - Thurs 12-6 pm | Fri 12-7 pm | Sat 10-5 pm | Sun 12-5 pm

Call for Artists: The Hang Up. April 30 2011

Cadillac Tramp Designs invites to submit your artwork to our new
artist showcasing: "THE HANG UP!" Taking place April 30th 5pm-11pm at
"Phat Bites" located at 940 Allen Rd
Nashville, TN

This event will be a completely outdoor event and will be FREE to the public!!

For the night of the event Phat Bites will be offering their ENTIRE
menu half off (you can check out their menu items at

As a special treat to you Cadillac Tramp Designs is offering
complimentary Mediterranean nachos throughout the night!!

If you are an artist and would like to display your work in the show
please contact Skip Pollock at

Get out of the box you may feel you are in and BE CREATIVE! We ask AND
CHALLENGE YOU to show us new works with a greater emphasis on
expression, personal opinion, and progression! We are taking NO
PRISONERS with this event and we invite you to pillage and plunder with us!

You will not find any white walls or track lighting at this event,
we're taking the "art show" back to basics.

Call for Artists - Art on Main - Chattanooga. Deadline May 19 2011

Regional Art Opportunity

Public Art Chattanooga, TN is seeking proposals from artists for Art on Main. Since 2007, this temporary exhibition has placed outdoor sculpture along the sidewalks of downtown Chattanooga’s urban core and burgeoning art district. Up to 13 sculptures will be selected to be sited along the sidewalks of East and West Main Streets. Works will be on view for 24 months from August 2011 to August 2013. Each artist will receive a $5,000 stipend. At the conclusion of the exhibition a work or works from the exhibition will be purchased for inclusion in the City of Chattanooga’s permanent collection. Purchase budget is $60,000.

BUDGET: $5,000 stipend for selected artists; $60,000 purchase budget at end of 24-month exhibit.
DEADLINE: 4:00 PM (EST), Thursday, May 19, 2011
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all professional artists and artist teams over the age of 18, who currently reside in the Southeastern United States (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia).
INFORMATION: RFP attached or go to
For additional information contact Peggy Townsend, Director at 423-643-6096 or Elizabeth Carriger, Program Assistant at 423-756-6146.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Call for Submissions: Metro Arts Gallery group exhibit - Deadline: May 2 2011

Call for Submissions:
Metro Arts Gallery
Call for Submissions: Professional Local Artists (group exhibit):
The Metro Nashville Arts Commission is seeking single artworks from working professional artists for a group exhibit in the Metro Arts Gallery. The exhibit will run from May 27 to August 5, and will feature a wide variety of Nashville’s visual arts talent. All styles and media are welcomed, but please note that selection is competitive.

Dates and Deadlines:
Entry submissions due: May 2, 2011
Juror review: May 6
Notification: May 9
Opening Reception: May 27

This exhibit is open to all professional artists working in any medium, but must be Davidson County residents, or reside in contiguous counties and their business primarily handled in Nashville. Please submit the below entry materials no later than May 2, 2011:
CD containing the below items:

* (1) digital images of submission, in jpg format, at least 300 dpi, but no larger than 5x7 inches.
* Descriptions of the above artwork indicating title, date, medium, dimensions, and selling price in a Word doc or PDF.
* Artist Statement describing ideas about the work.
* Resume/CV and artist's statement.

All documents should include the artist's name, mailing address, email address, phone and website (if applicable).

Send all entry materials to:
USPS: Metro Nashville Arts Commission
PO Box 196300, Nashville, TN 37219-6300
Physical Address: 800 2nd Avenue S., 4th Floor
Nashville, TN 37210

Terms and Conditions:

* Artist must be Davidson County residents, or reside in contiguous counties and their business primarily handled in Nashville.
* Artists will receive 100% from any exhibition sales of their work.
* The Metro Arts Gallery will not handle any sales, but will facilitate contact between buyer and artist.
* Participating artists will be required to participate on’s Artist Registry.

For questions or additional information please contact Ian Myers at or (615) 862-6730.

About the Metro Arts Gallery:
The Metro Arts Gallery is a high-vaulted, light-filled corridor within the public area of Metro Arts Commission’s offices, located on the fourth floor of the Metro Office Building in the Richard Fulton Complex. The gallery includes 100 linear feet of wall space and several pedestals for displaying sculpture. MNAC’s address and hours of operation are:
800 2nd Avenue South, 4th Floor, Nashville TN 37210
Hours: Mon.–Fri., 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Closed Holidays
The Metro Arts Commission is pleased to offer a venue where local artists can showcase their work. We welcome the public to visit the gallery and see an array of artworks available in Nashville.

Dr. Sketchy's Nashville April 17 2011

Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School Nashville Presents:

Our April Session featuring all the way from NEW ORLEANS
Kali of The Storyville Starlets & Freaksheaux to Geaux

Sunday April 17th
The 5 Spot - 1006 Forrest Avenue - Nashville, TN
$10 at the door

For three thrilling hours you will get a chance to sketch sexy, sultry, and sinsational Burlesque & Freakshow beauty Kali - all the way from New Orleans, Louisiana

As always there will be wonderful music from DJ Psarah, delicious drinks, creative contests and unique prizes from Baby Tattoo Books, The Goon, What Katie Did, The 5 Spot and more!

We can't wait for you join us!

** Dont FORGET to bring your new & gently used backpacks to Dr Sketchy's this month! We are collecting them for Colby's Army, Inc. to be distributed to the Nashville area's homeless men & women! Bring in a backpack and get a special gift from Dr Sketchy's Nashville!**





Check out more on our performer at:

Call for Photographers - No Egrets Tattoo Studios May 28 2011

OPEN CALL to all photographers for SAT. MAY 28th show


Starting today until midnight May 13th I'll be accepting submissions for an upcoming photography show.
Requirements for the show are; framed photo work ready to hang.
Must include photos taken by traditional film, Polaroid, digital or mixed media (as long as the base of your piece contains a photograph)
No specific theme of photos required.
Wall space available to each artist will be a 6 foot x 6 foot space for only $20.00

Those who are interested in showing thier photos for the May 28th show should;
e-mail me 6 photos from your portfolio,
sizes of your photos (framed)
if you are a current art student or not.
Years/Months of photography experience.

I'll return an e-mail with drop off info.
Details about the show.
And prep instructions

The upcoming photography show will be on SAT. May 28th. 1 night only.
7:00 pm til 11:30pm
held at NO EGRETS Tattoo Studios/Warehouse
1128 College St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
No cover charge for you or our guests.

...the past show held March 26th at the same location brought in
23 artists, (several sales from each artists)
150+ guests
live dj
themed cake

2011 Painting Competition ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED

2011 Painting Competition ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED

Contact: Michael Joseph, Owner/2011 FAPC Organizer
Tel: 954-817-4893



2011 International Juried Fine Art Painting Competition

Cash & Awards Valued Over $10,000

Including - Artists Haven Gallery Representation Contract, Solo Exhibition, Internet Exposure, Website Hosting, Magazine Publicity, and additional Sponsorship Prizes.


JUDGE: JUDGE: Irvin M. Lippman, Executive Director, Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale.

Exhibition - The 45 selected artists will participate in a collective exhibition at the Artists’ Haven Gallery. The exhibition will be from June 6 through June 30, 2011.

Opening Reception - A Meet the Artists & Awards Presentation event will be held on the evening of Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 6 - 9pm. Free and public invited.

Accepted Works Intake – This applies to accepted work – not submissions for jurying. Only the 45 selected artists that are juried into the exhibition will be notified to make arrangements to have their art at Artists’ Haven Gallery by May 24, 2011. All art will begin to be returned beginning July 11 – 35, 2011. Any artwork remaining at gallery past July 31, 2011 will become the property of the Artists’ Haven Gallery.

Summer Youth Art Institute @ Sarratt 2011

Summer Youth Art Institute @ Sarratt 2011
children ages 5-16

6 Week Adult Potter's Wheel Class

6 Week Adult
Potter's Wheel Class
Tuesday Nights
includes instruction, use of studio tools, glaze and all kiln firings

Instructor: Tommy Williams
April 12 - May17
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

This is a fun class!
We hope you can come.
(Bring a friend and receive a discount)

for more information you may call
Wendy at the studio, or visit us on-line at:
Woodland Gallery
126 Powell Drive
Hendersonville, TN 37075

April 11-Shelley Snow at Art Up Close and Persona

April 11-Shelley Snow at Art Up Close and Personal

Shelley Snow, of Nashville, an artist who spent some of her childhood living
at Carnton Plantation and who teaches watercolor classes in Williamson
County, will speak at Art: Up Close and Personal on Monday, April 11, at 6
p.m., at the Williamson County Public Library.

A Franklin, Tennessee native, Shelley spent more than a dozen years growing up in the Carnton Plantation home with her parents and two sisters. Her artistic abilities became so apparent at the age of seven, Shelley's mother found a German woman living in Franklin to teach her watercolor painting. She continued to master the art of watercolor painting as well as develop her talents in other mediums.

Her oil and watercolor commissions for Portraits and landscapes have taken her all over the world. Shelley has been commissioned by clients in Europe, Japan, China, Tahiti, the South Seas and the Middle East. She has traveled extensively in Mexico to paint and had a one-woman show in Mexico City.

The Arts Council is proud to present this evening series co-sponsored by Williamson County Public Library & O'More College of Design.

Williamson County Public Library
(main conference room)
1314 Columbia Pike
Franklin, TN 37064

For more information about the event or the Arts Council, visit or
call (615) 428-3845.

Call for Vendors - Iroquois Steeplechase

Call for Vendors - Iroquois Steeplechase

Entry deadline has passed, but we still have a few spaces open!

New to the Iroquois Steeplechase to be held on May 14, 2011, is a vendor area, called the Shoppes at Iroquois Village, which is open to national as well as local merchants that appeal to the Steeplechase audience. The Shoppes at Iroquois Village will be located near the box seats and hospitality village. Equestrian, apparel, home d├ęcor, furniture, jewelry, art and clothing merchants are encouraged to participate. (Not open to food/beverage vendors.)

Those interested in participating can download a pdf application for the 2011 Shoppes at Iroquois Village at Because space at our venue is limited, vendors will be considered based upon application date, items to be sold, space requirements, and payment received. Proceeds from Iroquois Steeplechase benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

If you have questions related to Shoppes at Iroquois Village, please contact the Iroquois Steeplechase office at

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Call for Artists - Nashville Pride Festival Artists' Village 2011

Call for Artists - Nashville Pride Festival Artists' Village 2011

Artist's Village
Nashville Pride will for the first year have an "Artist's Village" at the 2011 Pride Festival (June 18) where 20 artists will be able to show and sell their work. Applications are being accepted now at this link with more information: Buzz is building and the community has already expressed excitement about this new facet of the festival.

Silent Auctions
Nashville Pride and the GLBT Chamber of Commerce are seeking donations (separately) for two popular annual events. Art is a hot ticket item at both events and serve as a great way to spread your name and possibly commission future pieces.

* Wildly Unpredictable Fashion Show & Silent Auction, benefiting the Nashville GLBT Chamber of Commerce, will be held May 1 at Play Dance Bar. The event draws around 300 people each year.
* Nashville Pride's Martinis & Jazz fundraiser will be held May 7 and easily sells around 200 tickets each year.

4th Annual Red Kettle Craft Fair - Murfreesboro

4th Annual Red Kettle Craft Fair to be held on
September 24, 2011 from 10 to 5 at
The Salvation Army in Murfreesboro

CLICK HERE for registration form with more information about our annual craft fair.

If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us anytime at
The Salvation Army- Rutherford County

Call for Artists / Art Vendors fEASTival Nashville May 21 2011

Call for Artists / Art Vendors

fEASTival Nashville is an exciting event in East Nashville that will focus on the best in Artists, Food and Music Nashville has to offer!

Saturday, May 21, 2011 / 11:00AM - 11:00PM

5 Points in East Nashville

fEASTival is focusing on the best in Nashville and the local community. This will be a great opportunity for artists to showcase and sell their work
to a huge audience (8,000+ Expected) the day of the event.

Nashville Arts magazine will be doing an article in May to focus on the art portion of the festival and the "best of" the festival. This will be
great advertising for the artists involved in the event!

Artists names, links and websites will be featured on the "arts" portion of the fEASTival website.

CONTACT INFO (please be aware that this info will be posted on the internet)
Julie Trull
Director of Operations

Call for artists: Carriage House National Juried Exhibition 2011 Illinois

Carriage House National Juried Exhibition 2011
A competition is for artists 18 and over. The show is open to all mediums except photography and computer generated artwork of any kind. Hand-pulled prints in numbered editions are permitted.

The Oak Park Art League announces the Carriage House Gallery National Juried Exhibition, October 7 through November 18 2011.
The exhibit, open to all artists nationwide, is a highlight event celebrating the Art League’s 90th anniversary. Submitted artworks will be juried and then judged by David Sokol for First, Second and Third place.

October 7-November 18,2011, All day, August 1,2011
dates, times, deadlines

Oak Park Art League

720 Chicago Avenue. Oak Park, IL 60302

Over $4,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the judge’s selections.

Oak Park Art League
Phone: (708)386-9853


*UPDATED* BLUE FIG EDITIONS Printmaking Classes April & May 2011


Learn the art of printmaking including Silkscreen to Etching to Lithography , Wood & Lino cuts as well as Collographs along with other techniques. Small classes of 3-5 students for multi sessions classes or 1 day workshops. Blue Fig has a fully equipped printmaking studio. You will learn from Master Printer Mike Martino who will show you the traditional techniques as well and the newest methods in printmaking. These are hands on classes where you will walk away with tons of knowledge and your own artwork. Classes are for beginners - intermediate - advanced artist.

April 2011

Etching Basics Saturday April 16th 9:00 am - 4:00 1 day class $85

Etching /Intaglio Tues April 19th/26st­­h & Thurs April 21/28th 6:30 pm - 9:00 4 classes $185

Relief Printing (wood/lino) Saturday April 30th 9:00-4:00 $85

Open Studio time Sunday May 1st 9:00am to 3:00 pm $10/hr ( $30 minimum)

May 2011

Basic Printmaking Tuesday May 10th 8:30 am - 4:30 1 long day class $95

Monotype Workshop Saturday May 14th 9:00 am - 4:00 1 day class $85

Relief Printing (wood/lino) Tues May 17th/24th & Thurs May 19th/26th 6:30-9:00 $185

Open Studio time Sunday May 22th 9:00am to 3:00 pm $10/hr ( $30 minimum)

( Open studio time: prior experience required, must call to schedule)

The cost for per course is noted above and includes all materials, paper may be extra.

Blue Fig Editions Brentwood, TN 615-942-9844 website :