Community Art Project provides ongoing Exhibitions each quarter in CAP’s Gallery, Banking on Art, in the 2nd floor Rotunda gallery space. With thanks to Wells Fargo Bank, at 260 Ocean Ave.
The Gallery has now transitioned into an exciting new direction as a Juried, Solo and Retrospective space. Exhibitions are open to 2-D artists with a cohesive body of high quality work. Requirements include an entry fee, membership in CAP and a series of jpeg images. Since the exhibition space is so large we can accommodate at least 2 One-Person exhibits simultaneously with just one artist for the Retrospective.
Exhibit receptions are on Saturdays, 11-2, honoring artists and their work.
Retrospective Exhibition / Printmaking
Open to Printmakers with a cohesive body of high quality work from Orange County CA.
October 5– December 28, 2015
Opening reception to be determined
CAP’s Gallery, 2nd floor Wells Fargo Bank
260 Ocean Ave, Laguna Beach, CA
Submission Deadline / Information / requirements /
May 11-July 6, 2015
Successful applicants will have demonstrated a history of artistic accomplishment and a sustained commitment (20 years or more) to deepening and expanding their artistic work.
I have inquired about having an SCA exhibit @ the CAP gallery in Laguna Beach and do not think group shows is what CAP is looking for. They, and their new gallery director, Jennifer Griffith, have a totally different vision for the space than their previous director. However, as an individual SCA members you can independently submit. I have provided a post of CAPS newest juried show opportunity. Go to Their website and read what is required for submitions and for joining the organization.
As part of a group show at the newest art gallery in Huntington Beach, the Rainwater Gallery, hosts an opening on Thursday evening, July 16, 6 – 9 pm. Located at 508 Main St., the gallery has a large beautiful space showing many art styles from local artists. This opening is also coordinated with the Artwalk Night of Huntington Beach, with many other participating artists, and with the Huntington Beach Art Center, showing the art of 25 members of their Artist’s Council. Live music and refreshments provided.