Color Vision May 5 – June 16, 2018 Opening Reception: May 5th, 2018 | 6:30 - 9PM Art for Lunch: May 17th, 2018 | 11:30AM - 1:30PM Live Jazz: Bruce Forman, Tribute to West Coast Cool: June 16, 2018 | 7 - 9PM
The exhibition brings together scientifically and culturally engaging aspects of how we perceive and utilize color. Featuring a group of contemporary artists who use color not only as a medium, but as an element of their message. Presented in three dynamic groupings: The Architecture of Color, Color Theory, and The Practical Applications of Color.
CALL FOR ARTISTS!
HBAC is accepting submissions for it's upcoming watercolor exhibition: Water Works!
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Deadline for Nominations: Return the completed form(s) by AUGUST 10, 2018 to: Community Services Department c/o Holland McNabb 2000 Main Street PO Box 190 · Huntington Beach, CA 92648 firstname.lastname@example.org
CATEGORIES AND GUIDELINES: NOMINATIONS: • Must emphasize outstanding work completed within the last two calendar years (2016-2017). • Nominees must live, work, or present in the City of Huntington Beach. • Individuals, businesses, corporations, nonprofit arts organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions are all invited to submit their candidates. Self-nominations are also accepted. • If no nomination is received for a specific category, no award will be given.
CATEGORIES: Each candidate will be considered only in the category for which they are nominated. Distinguished Arts Administrator Recognizes individuals that direct or manage arts organizations or programs in a paid leadership position. Distinguished Arts Educator Recognizes individual arts educators in K-12 schools, school districts, colleges, or universities who demonstrate unique community partnerships, exemplary curriculum, and the philosophy that the arts are integral to a balanced education. Distinguished Arts Organization Recognizes a professional organization whose activities include the creation, production, and/or presentation of dance, theatre, music, exhibitions, multidisciplinary programming, or community outreach efforts. Distinguished Business Support Recognizes individuals, businesses, or government agencies that demonstrate outstanding philanthropic commitments to the arts including financial support, involvement, and/or leadership. Distinguished Performing Artist Recognizes a professional who has demonstrated outstanding artistic accomplishments, training, or inspiring others in the art form, or a collaboration that has made a contribution in music, dance, or theatre. Distinguished Visual Artist Recognizes a professional artist who has demonstrated outstanding artistic accomplishments, training, or inspiring others in the art form, or a collaboration that has made a contribution in the visual arts. Distinguished Volunteer Recognizes individuals or support groups serving the arts whose personal efforts have helped to forward programs and activities. Exceptional Youth in the Arts Recognizes children 18 years and younger who have excelled in the visual or performing arts through their discipline, or who has trained or inspired others in the art form. Exceptional Public Art Project Recognizes permanent or temporary art, or site-specific or performance art.