Join Art on Alberta in welcoming its mobile art gallery, a 1960’s teardrop trailer dubbed Red Rover, during June’s Last Thursday event on Northeast Alberta Street. Each month the trailer will present works from local artists. This month’s featured artist, Lauren Grube, will showcase photographs and a nature installation in the unique space on public display through July.
Looking through the gallery windows at her installation, Ms. Grube hopes you will examine your ongoing interaction with nature, yet momentarily within the confines of a metal trailer. The gallery may be seen on Thursday, June 30, 2011 from 5:00 to 9:00pm at 2715 Northeast Alberta Street in front of Binks Bar. Thereafter, the exhibit may be seen through July 26 on Northeast 19th Avenue between Going and Wygant Streets.
Art on Alberta plans to bring the trailer to educational locations around the Alberta Arts District and the broader Portland
arts community. We are happy to have Red Rover used as an installation space, a gallery, a tool for art education, and a vehicle to bring art to the community in an unconventional way. Please visit www.artonalberta.org or contact us at email@example.com to learn more about Art on Alberta and discover how you can engage with the organization. For information about exhibiting in the Red Rover gallery, contact: Alice Orleman and Susannah Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art on Alberta is doing a big push the last few weeks of our Red Rover mobile art gallery Call to Artists. The deadline is June 1. We are very excited about Red Rover and our mission to promote the Alberta Art District’s distinct cultural identity through art and educational activities. What a perfect vehicle to do that within our community. Go to www.artonalberta.org for full details about this Call.
We look forward to the gallery’s first stop at Last Thursday on June 29. More about that to come.
Thank you for your support of Art on Alberta.
Art on Alberta is seeking exhibit proposals in all media for their brand new Mobile Trailer Gallery for monthly shows between June 2011–January 2012. They will select 6 artists to showcase, each for a month-long exhibition in the Alberta Arts District and selected points beyond.
Art on Alberta announces another fundraiser for their 11th annual 2010 Art Hop murals project on Saturday, April 17, at Radio Room. The 3rd Annual Colour Party, with the theme of “Black & White: Absurdly Bright,” begins at 7:30pm. Proceeds from a suggested entry fee of $10 will go to paint and anti-graffiti materials for murals which will be painted by area underserved youth and the attending public at Art on Alberta 2010 Art Hop, Saturday, May 15, 2010. This event is a themed event for all ages with over $500 in prizes awarded to the best costumes that fit the theme, “Black & White: Absurdly Bright.” Participants are asked to wear outfits of black and white with the addition of one single outrageously bright clothing item, accessory, hair or make-up color, etc. There will be a photo area at the event, jello shots, and colorful dance music. Come have some fun and support Art on Alberta! Radio Room is located at 1101 NE Alberta. For more information about Radio Room and this event, please visit www.radioroompdx.com. For more information about Art on Alberta and Art Hop, go to: www.artonalberta.org.
On Saturday, May 15, 2010 from 11am to 6pm, Art on Alberta will hold its 11th Annual Art Hop with the theme, “ABC: Art Builds Community.” Over 15 blocks of NE Alberta Street will be closed to car traffic to accommodate over 150 artists, craftspeople, music, dance and theater performances, interactive art events along with food and other vendors. This is a free arts event for kids of all ages.
Registration for artists, craftspeople, music, dance and theater performers, interactive art events, food and other vendors is open. For information about registering your vending space, please contact Combustible Media, 503-235-5025 or email@example.com.
This year, Art Hop accomplishes a major murals project on NE Alberta Street. Three murals will be painted by area youth groups including House of Umoja, Girls Inc. and the George School under the direction of Skidmore Prize winner Rodolpho Serna. A fourth mural will be painted by the attending public on the day of Art Hop, designed and supervised by Esteban Camacho. Art on Alberta has been facilitating these murals as a gift to two other nonprofits who serve this neighborhood: Sabin CDC and Community Energy Project. Art on Alberta is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the Alberta Art District’s distinct identity through art and educational activities. For more information about Art on Alberta, please visit www.artonalberta.org.