This eclectic, juried exhibition features artwork created using two or more media. The exhibit runs October 4-November 8, 2019 with an artists' reception and awards presentation on October 4, 7-9pm. Admission is free.
Celebrating its 27th anniversary, Mixed Media always proves to be a unique exhibit. This year work is featured by Sara Bonar, Connie Born, Christa Chautin, Dolores Crain, Linda DiLorenzo, Margaret Garland, Lori Gomez, Dale Guidry, Emile Henriquez, Ned Hobgood, Rita Huie, Jack Jernigan, Sadako Lewis, Matt Litchliter, Andree Maduell, Julie Nelson, Terri Olson, Candace Page, Lillian Range, Barbara Shaw, Irit Sirkes, Lee Thomson-Yood, Laird Willis, and Joe Young.
The exhibit remains on display through November 8. The Slidell Cultural Center at City Hall is located at 2055 Second Street, in Olde Towne Slidell. Gallery hours are Wednesdays and Fridays, from 12 to 4 p.m. and Thursdays from 12 to 6 p.m.
For more information: http://myslidell.com/mixed-media-exhibit-now-on-display-at-slidell-city-hall/
To qualify as mixed media, artists must use two or more materials to create their artwork. Exhibits in previous years have included works created with paints, pastels, clay, wood, metals and fabrics, plus a wide assortment of other atypical media such as found objects, horsehair, spent bullets, snake skin, and bamboo.
All artists 18 years or older and residing in the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, or Texas are eligible for entry in the City of Slidell’s Mixed Media exhibit. Cash awards are given to artists selected by the juror for first, second and third place.
For information about the exhibition, visit myslidell.com. This Slidell Olde Towne Main Street and Louisiana Cultural District event is presented by the City of Slidell’s Department of Cultural & Public Affairs, its Commission on the Arts and the 2019 Cultural Season sponsors.