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A1 LabArts Members INTERDISCIPLINARY Art Show DROP OFF
October 1 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Final work must be delivered to A1LabArts on Sunday October 1 between 1-4pm.
Entries to this exhibition must include a minimum of 3 artists in a group collaboration to create a final work of art. There is no maximum number of artists per group entry. All artists’ must be contributing with a different art form each.
Each group must consist of 2017 paid members of A1LabArts – you are allowed to bring in one non-member who has never been an A1LabArts Member in the past.
If you are not a member- it is never too late to join!
We are very excited to announce our Jurors for the exhibition:
Lynne & Rubens Ghenov
Rubens Ghenov was born in São Paulo, Brazil and immigrated to the US in 1989.
He holds his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design (2010) and BFA from Tyler School of Art (1999). Ghenov has shown nationally in both solo and group exhibitions at Morgan Lehman Gallery (NY), Geoffrey Young Gallery (MA), TSA Brooklyn (NYC), Woodmere Art Museum (PA), and the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PA). Amidst other curatorial projects, he co-curated the 72nd Annual Juried Exhibition with Dona Nelson at the Woodmere Art Museum in 2013. Ghenov has been featured in Art In America, Bomb Magazine, Title Magazine, Village Voice and the Philadelphia Inquirer. He is an Assistant Professor of Painting & Drawing at the University of Tennessee Knoxville School of Art.
Lynne Marinelli Ghenov was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in southern New Jersey.She graduated from Tyler School of Art receiving a BFA in sculpture in 1998. She studied in Rome, Italy in 1996. She currently lives and works in Knoxville, TN.
Ghenov spent 2010-2015 living and working in the house she grew up in , which she left at the age of 17. Her studio at that time passed through assorted incarnations during her life, all of which hold specific memories that ultimately and osmotically concoct new experiences, obfuscate recollections drawing a melange of old and new; felt and unexplained. She worked on collage, drawings and a repurposed printmaking practice via the usage of a xerox printer as a tool of choice. The printer has not only dually become an object of a live and work experience, it has grown iconic in her practice.
Since moving to Knoxville in 2015 and the death of her mother in 2016 she has been primarily making graphite drawings on vintage gridded paper. All of the paper thus far has come from the clean-out of her childhood home.
RSVP to be included in the show BY MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25th to Sara: email@example.com with
Subject Line: OCTOBER SHOW
Body of Email: Names of artist/Title of work/Mediums/size if work/Price(s)
**When you RSVP to the show- Sara will send you the release form to accompany your art at drop off- we will need one form each artist in the piece. Please keep in mind if you are selling your work – if you are going to sell individual parts or as a whole work – price accordingly.
Questions??? Email Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t have a group of artists to work with? We have a list going of artists who would like to be grouped up with others. Email Sara as well.
Opening night will be Friday October 6 from 6-9pm. With more open times to come. Cash & other Prizes
Pick up of unsold art will be Sunday October 22