Sunday, April 26, 2009

SDA Member News April 26, 2009


CLASS OPENINGS-- My apologies, I listed the wrong date for this class last week, so let's try again.

John Marshall's class on traditional Japanese Katazome has ONE opening left.

Dates: May 19- 24, 2009.
Location: All Things Art, 65 South Main Street, Canandaigua, NY
Cost: $575 plus $140 materials fee.

Michele Whipplinger's class on African Mudcloth, learning how to use tannins and traditional mud dyes plus a session on indigo dyeing has ONE opening.
Dates: August 13 -15, 2009
Location: All Things Art, 65 South Main Street, Canandaigua, NY
Cost: $425 plus $85 materials fee.

If you are interested in attending either one of these excellent classes, please contact Sara Burnett at


Elaine Longtemps

Corkgun by Elaine Longtemps

"Corkgun", a statement about gun control, responds to the story of an inner city boy playing cops and robbers with his friends and a toy cork- gun. Security police mistook him for a real gunman and fatally shot him.

"Bearing Witness: Arts as Social Action"
Dates: May 17 - June 20, 2009
Opening Reception May 29
Hours: Wed - Sat, 12-6, Sun 12-4

ARC Gallery
832 W. Superior St., #204
Chicago, IL 60622

Larry Schulte

"S068" by Larry Schulte, 20" x 20", printed in an edition of five.

Larry Schulte had a print selected by curator Polly Apfelbaum for the International Print Center exhibition, "New Prints 2009/Spring." IPCNY is located at 526 West 56th Street, 8th floor, New York City.

The exhibition will run through May 30th.

Arle Sklar-Weinstein

"A Local Gallery Spreads Its Wings" by Susan Hodara This is a link to an article about the new gallery.

A juried exhibition of 37 works inaugurates the Blue Door Gallery, located at 13 Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers, NY. Hours are Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 12-5 PM and Friday, 2 - 7 PM.

Arle Sklar-Weinstein, Director
Blue Door Gallery
Cell: 914-584-6291

Patricia McKasty, Manager
Blue Door Gallery
BDG 914-375-5100


Barbara Murak presented a hands-on workshop, Fabric Painting and Printmaking Techniques, at The Society for the Arts in Healthcare's 20th Annual International Conference, April 22-25.
The Center for the Arts at the State University of New York at Buffalo hosted this year's conference, highlighting the new Healthcare Initiative at Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Women and Children's Hospital in Buffalo.

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