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Our galleries host new exhibitions approximately every six weeks. We try to present diverse media, techniques, styles, and content to appeal to a broad audience.
"Herron on Greenbriar" by Kate McCullough.
Open Show 2018
"Hey, Ernie" by Rickey A. Beene this year's winner of the Viewer's Choice Award
June 30th through August 18th
Main Gallery: Common Denominators
Foyer Gallery: Class Acts: Work from the Intermediate Acrylic Painting and Mixed Media Classes with Rex Redd
The Shadow by Susan B. Miller (Common Denominators Show)
Coming Home by Teri Gergen (Class Acts Show)
"The Gaudy Girls" by Jan Hill (Class Acts Show)
May 5th through June 23rd - In
the Main Gallery we had the "Knoxville Watercolor Society's Spring Show". In the Foyer Gallery we had "Class Acts: Explorations in Waterbased Media".
March 10 - April 28 2018 in all galleries we had "Metamorphosis III: Recycle to Art".
"Then and Now: Traditional to Contemporary Quilts by Members of the Norris Bits & Pieces and the Oak Ridge Ritzy Thimbles Quilt Guilds", which runs March 23rd through May 11th. The Reception is on Saturday March 30th from 7-9pm with a short gallery talk about the show prior to the reception at 6:30pm.
In addition to those exhibitions listed above, there will be several individual and group exhibitions in our Foyer Gallery. Anyone interested in participating in these foyer shows should contact the Oak Ridge Art Center to insure receipt of specific information regarding entry, 865-482-1441.
To submit a proposal for an individual or group exhibit ... The Art Center's exhibition committee usually meets once a year to select exhibitions. Please submit an artist(s) resume, artist's statement on the content of the proposed exhibit & 12-20 slides or photos of the work per artist. If you wish to have your slides/photos returned, please include return postage (self-addressed stamped envelope/mailer).
The Oak Ridge Art Center is open to the public seven days a week.
Admission is free, but donations are very welcome.
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