- Artist Opportunity
- Support Castle Hill
Conference founder and director Joanne Mattera, in conjunction with the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, are pleased to announce:
Regular Price $210 . . . . one workshop - discounts apply for those attending the conference.
$210 -----------$399 . . . . two workshops
$630------------$567 . . . . three workshops 10% total
$630 ------------$756 . . . . four workshops 10% total
$840 ------------$945 . . . . five workshops 10% total
$1050 ----------$1171 . . . six workshops - 15% off
$1470 ----------$1249 . . . seven workshops - 15% off
$1680 ----------$1428 . . . eight workshops - 20% off
To register for the following workshops please call the office at 508-349-7511
To register for a Room at the Provincetown Inn
Three days of Conference schedule are listed below. We've got a fabulous keynote, 3 panels, 33 demos or talks, a Hotel Fair, Book Signing, Postcard Show, Conference Wrapup, and a fabulous Vendor Room.
To reserve your room or suite, call the Inn directly But not until 10:00 a.m. on November 508-487-9500 Toll free: 1-800-WHALE-VU
THEME: Minimal / Maximal
Forget middle ground. This year we’re interested in seeing you either strip down to the barest elements of color and composition or go for baroque with the most over-the-top execution of surface, pattern and concept. What’s your pleasure?
And how extreme can you go?
Juried Show! Curated by Mike Carroll:
MIKE CARROLL is an artist who also writes and speaks on art, studio practices, and exhibition spaces. He has exhibited widely throughout the Northeast; his work is in numerous collections and has been written about in Art New England, artScope and Provincetown Arts, among others. A gallerist for over 25 years, he attended Emerson College and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts before his involvement in Boston’s once thriving underground scene. He opened his first gallery, The 11th Hour, in Boston producing early exhibitions by Mark Morrisroe and performances by Human Sexual Response, Jack Smith and The Clam Twins, among others. He continues to weave his own art making practice together with fine art presentation as the owner of the Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown where he is well known for presenting the finest in collaboration and new thought both at the gallery and with a variety of outside exhibition projects.
IF YOU ARE A PRESENTER, PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER ON-LINE -
CALL CASTLE HILL DIRECTLY AT 508-349-7511
Location: The Castle Hill Gallery
Deadline: April 1st , 2015
Minimal / Maximum
There is no fee, but entrants must be registered for The Conference by the deadline.
Submission Image Specifications:
The image specifications are: RGB,
8 bit, 768k on the longest side and
Re-name each jpeg to contain the
image #, your last name, one word
of the ti tle [1.smith.Dreamer.jpg].
Detail images should be marked:
E-mail Images and paperwork to:
Final work limitations are not to exceed 24’’ x 24’’ Accepted artists will assume cost of shipping and insurance to and from the exhibition.
The session Toward Standards and Practices in Teaching Encaustic was held at the 7th International Encaustic Conference in Provincetown, Massachusetts on June 2, 2013. Dozens of conferees participated in the session’s three dialogue groups, sharing their thoughts on SAFETY, MATERIALS & TECHNIQUES and CONTENT. Over a 45-minute period, the group facilitators – Sara Mast, Cherie Mittenthal and Toby Sisson – guided the exchange of ideas while note takers recorded the comments posed by the participants.
A location, nestled in the dunes of Truro and within walking distance to Cape Cod bay, provides an inspirational and meditative backdrop that enhances the workshop experience.
A distinguished faculty that consists of prominent artists in the fields of painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography, jewelry and writing.
A student body consists of both working artists and art students who hail from all over the US and Canada. Today Castle Hill celebrates its 40th year Anniversary.