1. Arteast - Grow with Art- L’art en herbe
Tuesday October 25, -le 25 octobre
7:00 “Meet and Greet” à 19h
7:30 Présentation à 19h 30
Room 340- salle 340
255 Centrum Blvd.
My (Artistic) Journey from Sudan to Niger to The National Gallery of Canada plus Palette Knife Demonstration
Presented by Hamid Ayoub, well known painter and instructor
Talking about my art journey about 30 minutes. The rest is live palette knife painting techniques demo; Showing the advantage of the techniques especially the speed, texture, looseness, dynamism, and richness of colour. Q & A from audience.
Mon voyage (artistique) du Soudan au Nigéria et au Musée des beaux-arts du Canada… plus une démo de spatule
Présenté par Hamid Ayoud, peintre connu et instructeur
Parler de mon voyage en art en 30 minutes suivi d’une démo de la technique du couteau ou spatule : montrant les avantages tels que la vitesse, texture, flexibilité, dynamisme et richesse de couleur. Q & R de l’audience.
Born in Sudan in 1967, and presently living in Ottawa, Hamid Ayoub is a Bachelor of Arts graduate from the College of Fine and Applied Arts, Sudan University of Sciences and Technology, with a specialization in Textile Design. For him art, is ever present because we are surrounded by shapes and colours which are the pulse of any artistic creation. Every-day sights and situations shape the work of the artist. Hamid Ayoub depicts the emotions of human spirit through colour and movement. Different mediums are used to render the entire spectrum of life experiences. Hamid's work has been exhibited in many venues in Sudan, Niger, France, Holland, England, the United States and Canada.
The presentation will be in English-La présentation sera en anglais
For further information: Claire Ouseley, email@example.com – 613-842-9649
2. Call for Artists for Luna Sole Restaurant for 2016
ARTEAST MEMBERS INVITED TO EXHIBIT AT LUNA SOLE RESTAURANT IN 2017
There are eight opportunities for member artists to have solo exhibitions at Luna Sole Restaurant in 2017. The available dates are following. Note that the last date (December 5 to January 3) is a group showoff the 2017 participating artists.
This is the fifth year of exhibiting in this location. Displays are mounted on one wall of the restaurant for six week periods beginning January 3. Examples of exhibitors can be found at the Luna Sole page of the Arteast website (www.arteastottawa.com).
Luna Sole is located in the mall at the corner of Youville Drive and Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard.
There is no charge to participate but sales are subject to a 15% commission paid to Arteast. The usual Arteast conditions apply, including being currently a member of Arteast and items for exhibit are prepared ready for hanging. Exhibitors should visit the site to familiarize themselves with the exhibition space – which is one wall, dominated by an operating television set. Depending on the size of works, up to eight pieces can be shown.
Exhibitors accept responsibility for any penalties incurred and abide by the Arteast Coordinator’s decisions. Arteast is released from any responsibility for loss or damages to any of the artworks. It is also agreed that Arteast has the right to use work entered in the exhibition for promotional purposes without this infringing on any copyright.
Please respond to the Coordinators– Gwen Cowan or Ted Johnston - at your earliest convenience with your selected first and second choice of dates.
The following is the proposed set of dates for exhibiting at Luna Sole in 2017. Please let Gwen Cowan/Ted Johnston know as soon as possible if you wish to exhibit and what would be your preferred two dates.
January 3 to February 14
February 14 to March 18
March 18 to May 09
May 09 to June 20
June 20 to August 01
August 01to September 12
September 12 to October 24
October 24 to December 05
December 05 to January 3 END-OF-YEAR GROUP SHOW
For more information, please feel free to call or e-mail at
Gwen Cowan: firstname.lastname@example.org; 613-744-3909
Ted Johnston: email@example.com; 613-748-0346
3. Call for Artwork for Arteast’s “Mosaic - Mosaïque”
February 9th, to March 14th, 2017
a juried exhibition to be presented in the Trinity gallery, Shenkman Arts centre.
Coming up in February 2017 is the next Arteast juried show. Arteast members are encouraged to submit their best two and three dimensional work to this annual exhibition. We are looking for insightful, creative, visual art in all media.
There is no theme for this show.
Pre–registration for this exhibition is required.
Registration opens Dec 1st and closes Dec 21st, 2016.
Pre-registration is by e-mail only and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration form should be in the Word or PDF format only.
The application is available to download at the Arteast website- http://www.arteastottawa.com/forms.php under Trinity Gallery: Arteast's 'Mosaic-Mosaïque' at the Shenkman Art Centre.
Bring a completed, signed, printed copy of your form with your work on jury day, January 7th, 2017. A hard copy of the application form with full rules, size restrictions and timings will be included in the Fall 2016 Communiqué.
Dates To Remember
Pre-registration by email Dec 1st – Dec 21st
Drop off of artwork(s) and application form for jury selection:
Studio A, 3rd floor Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Blvd, Ottawa
Saturday, January 7th, 10:00 a.m. to Noon
Saturday, January 7th, 4:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Drop off selected artworks for exhibition:
Wednesday, February 8th, 11:00 a.m. to noon
Trinity Art Gallery,
Shenkman Arts Centre
For information contact:
Maureen Rooney Mitchell
4. Orleans Library Changeover - Reminder
It's time to change the exhibition at the Orleans Library, 1705 Orleans Blvd., Orleans, Ontario.
On Tuesday, November 1, 2016, please retrieve the works that are currently hanging and/or bring in new paintings (or other two-dimensional art) to the Orleans Library. These new pieces will be hung until Tuesday, January 3, 2016. The changeover at the Orleans Library is between 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Please be prepared to record the following information on the back of your paintings : title; medium; size; and, price; along with your name, phone number and e-mail. You can bring up to five (5) paintings although, depending on the total received, not all may be accepted. Paintings must be properly framed and ready for hanging. For those of you who are bringing in paintings for the first time this year, there is an Arteast contract you must sign. Blank contracts will be available at the Library.
When someone expresses an interest in purchasing a piece, they will be advised to contact you directly to make the transaction. Fifteen percent of any sale is payable to Arteast for its operational budget. We prefer to leave all works hanging for the duration of each exhibition. Neither the Library nor Arteast takes responsibility for the security of works exhibited but reasonable care is taken to ensure their security.
Remember that these are very public areas that put your work and name before the public. Do your part to encourage people to visit the Orleans, North Gloucester, Blackburn Hamlet and St. Laurent Library branches where Arteast members exhibit on a continuing basis.
We look forward to seeing exhibitors on Tuesday November 1, 2016, at 10:30 a.m.
Orleans Library Coordinator : Corinne Feasey - email@example.com
5. Changeover at North Gloucester Library
On TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2016:
Please retrieve the works that have been hanging for the past two months and/or bring in new paintings (or other two dimensional art) for the North Gloucester Library, 2036 Ogilvie Road, Ottawa, K1J 7N8.
These new pieces will hang for two months. The next change-over will be on TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2017.
If you are interested in exhibiting, an advance email, on or before Wednesday, NOVEMBER 2, 2016, to Christine Gendron, firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the number of works and their sizes, would be helpful. Or, just show up at the date, but risk being turned away. Please be prepared to record your paintings with: Title, Medium, Size, and Price along with your name, phone number and e-mail. You can bring up to 3 paintings although, depending on the total number received, not all may be accepted. North Gloucester Library can accommodate 20 paintings. Paintings must be ready for hanging, with appropriate framing and hardware to Arteast standards. Those who are bringing in a painting for the first time this year must sign an Arteast contract form. Blank contracts will be available at the library. Fifteen percent (15%) of any sale is payable to Arteast for its operational budget.
When someone shows an interest in purchasing a piece, they will be advised to contact you directly to make the transaction. We prefer to leave all works hanging for the duration of each exhibition. If you must remove your work prior to the next change-over, please notify the appropriate coordinator, so the Librarian can be advised and take note of the authorized removal. Neither the Library nor Arteast takes responsibility for the security of works exhibited but reasonable care is taken to ensure their security. Remember that these are very public areas that put your work and name before the public. Do your part to encourage people to visit the North Gloucester, Orleans, St. Laurent Complex, and Blackburn Hamlet Libraries, where Arteast members exhibit on a continuing basis.
We look forward to seeing exhibitors on Tuesday, NOVEMBER 8, 2016.
The North Gloucester Coordinators
Christine Gendron email@example.com
Donna Sivyer firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy Ross email@example.com
6. Arteast Members – Attention: Grow With Art Program Facing Uncertain Future
One of the key programs that Arteast provides to its members is Grow With Art. At this point, we need someone to take over as Lead Coordinator. Our current Lead has run the program for a long time as well as volunteered in many other areas of our activity. Don't you agree this person deserves the chance to step down after giving so much to Arteast and to be able to spend more time pursuing their own artistic goals.
We need someone to take over now. Without a Lead Coordinator, Grow With Art would have to cease. You would then lose these activities, coordinated by Grow With Art:
- monthly meetings with presentations by professional artists (provided free of charge);
- annual bus trip to Montreal, with its visit to the Montreal Museum of Fine Art and elsewhere;
- workshops given by professional artists.
The task of Lead Coordinator is not a difficult job, nor is it particularly time consuming. And you will not be expected to do this job alone. In fact, an incoming new Lead would not only have a team to assist them but would have the support of an experienced and dedicated team. In addition, the current Lead would be available to provide guidance and advice.
What are you waiting for?
I'm waiting for you to call....613-830-1829.
7. AOE Announcements
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