The August 2014 edition of SVPN’s magazine presented an article in their Fine Arts Section, “Inside the Artist’s Studio” which featured the Tour and four artists who are participating in this year’s Tour. The artists profiled are Christine Warjone, Judith Kindler, Kim Howard, and Suzanne Hazlett. The article is on pp. 109 – 117. Visit digital edition of the magazine.
Americans for the Arts, the leading nonprofit committed to advancing the arts in America, recently held its 2014 Leadership Roundtable in Sun Valley, Idaho, an event that attracted prominent artists, arts patrons, arts leaders and business leaders active in supporting the arts. Robert Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts was interviewed by CBS affiliate, KMVT News. View the interview
Artists throughout the valley each donate an 8×8”original work of art to be installed in the Mosaic Project that will be exhibited at Jennifer Bellinger Gallery in Ketchum, July 4 – 13th.
The artworks will be auctioned online to the highest bidders with proceeds benefiting the non-profit, Wood River Valley Studio Tour, Inc. Artists’ contributions for the Mosaic Project provide a significant source of funding for the Studio Tour’s marketing budget to promote our community of artists. The July exhibition of the Mosaic Project will provide visitors a preview of the valley’s artistic community while providing information about the Tour.
SAVE THE DATE and attend the July 11th reception and celebration from 5 – 8PM at Jennifer Bellinger Studio & Gallery (511 East 4th Street, Ketchum) the Mosaic Project during the Sun Valley Gallery Association Gallery Walk.
THANK YOU, KETCHUM!
We are sincerely grateful to the City of Ketchum for the $4,000 grant awarded to Wood River Valley Studio Tour.
More than 220 professional artists who work and live in the Wood River Valley are proud to contribute to the growing recognition the valley receives as an art-centric community.
“We applaud the Wood River Valley Studio Tour, now in its second year, for bringing a new event to our community. Our City policy is to support events that celebrate the spirit, character, history and heroes of the City of Ketchum. As Ketchum receives recognition as a center for the arts, events such as this showcase the incredible amount of local talent here.” – Ketchum Mayor Nina Jonas
Sixth Annual “Art on Fourth” Exhibition Planned for July-October 2014
January 5, 2014 – The City of Ketchum is seeking artists interested in showcasing their work for the sixth annual “Art on Fourth” outdoor exhibition. The selected three-dimensional artwork will be featured in the heart of downtown Ketchum, along the Fourth Street Heritage Corridor. Selected artists will receive a $500 stipend, and there is no fee to apply.
The deadline for submissions is March 7, 2014.
Artists may submit images of up to three works for consideration. The call for artists, which provides detailed information on the submission process, can be found at www.ketchumidaho.org or by contacting the office of Sharon Arms, Arts & Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-726-7820. The call is open to all artists, regardless of their state of residence.