Holiday Acoustic Night Featuring
The Mulligan Brothers
Benefit for Druid City Garden Project
Film Series Returns
Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.
The Arts Council Gallery at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center
Art Talk with Paul K. Looney
Tuesday, December 15th from noon - 1:00 p.m. Free! Bring lunch and a friend!
$5 Foreign Films from 5
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Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center
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Located in the Bama Theatre, the Junior League Gallery opened in 1983 through fundraising efforts by members of the Junior League of Tuscaloosa. Originally the balcony lobby, the space was converted to a gallery through the installation of appropriate lighting and the alteration of the walls, making them suitable for hanging art work. In addition to Arts Council sponsored competitions/exhibits, the space is also available to local artists for individual or group exhibits commission free. Artists will be required to have a portfolio and original samples of their work for presentation to the staff before an exhibit is scheduled. The gallery is the home of the West Alabama Juried Show, Double Exposure Statewide Photography Exhibit and the Visual Art Achievement Awards.
Congratulations to our winners and those whose works were chosen to be displayed in the exhibit. The judge for the 2015 show was Caleb O'Connor.
The following lists include the names of the winners and works chosen to appear in the exhibit. If your name/work does not appear on the list below, please visit The Arts Council office during daytime hours for pick-up during the week of October 26.
Howard & Michael Goodson and Richard Zoellner Purchase Award - $750
Charlotte Wegrzynowski for "Font" (pictured, left)
Gail Skidmore Memorial Cash Award - $300
Contributed by The Arts Council
James Conner for "Passing Through"
Three Awards of Excellence - $100 each
Contributed by The Arts Council
Sarah Ann Austin for "Taut, Morning of G - Ma Baer, Flint, MI"
Pamela Copeland for "Adams and Dearborn" (Chicago)
Tom Rogers for "The Observer"
Other entries chosen to appear in the exhibit:
|LAST NAME||FIRST NAME||TITLE|
|Austin||Sarah Ann||As Long As, The House|
|Austin||Sarah Ann||Taut, Morning of G - Ma Baer, Flint, MI|
|Burt||La Rue||Tulip Poplar Bloom|
|Burt||La Rue||Tools Waiting Outside|
|Burt||La Rue||Wisteria Takeover|
|Conner||James||St. Matthew 9:34|
|Conner||James||St. Matthew 4:4|
|Copeland||Pamela||Adams and Dearborn (Chicago)|
|Farwell||Garland||Madam Diamondback & Bass|
|Layden||Lori Ann||Arboretum Barn|
|Layden||Lori Ann||Days End|
|Layden||Lori Ann||Tobys Creek|
|Naugher||Martin||3 Chairs, No Waiting|
|Norris||Diane||In the Shadow of the Almighty|
|O'Kelley||Charles||Russian Waterway at Sunrise|
|O'Kelley||Charles||Russian Dancing With Girls|
|O'Kelley||Hallie H.||Fractured Flowers|
Pick-up of Work Not Selected for Exhibit: October 26-30 during office hours
Exhibit Dates: November 2-December 15; 9 am-noon and 1-4pm, M-F; also during Bama Theatre events
Closing Reception:December 15 from 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m.
Pick up: After Closing Reception through December 18
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Also open during all
Bama Theatre events
Located in the Bama Theatre, enter the gallery through The Arts Council offices, located on the second floor of the PARA Building, during weekday hours.
For more information contact Sharron Rudowski at email@example.com