Be sure to check these out…
2012 NAP Invitational Salon of Small Works Exhibition
New Arts Program
173 W. Main Street, Kutztown, PA.
Paul Harryn Exhibition
Friday, September 14th through Sunday, October 28th
New Arts Program Gallery, 173 W. Main Street, Kutztown
Friday, September 14th Opening and artist reception 6 to 9pm
Artist Gallery talk, 8pm Public is invited
One-to-One Consultations with Harryn, Friday and Saturday, September 14 –15, 9am to 4:30pm. . No admission.
Over the past thirty years, Harryn’s career has focused on painting, musical composition, performance, and installation where he often blurs the distinctions between idioms by commingling attributes from various disciplines.
Implicit in all of his work is an abiding investigation of Nature as referenced by John Yau (Brooklyn Rail): “he effectively combines a wide range of disparate information in order to suggest a constantly mutating world”; and, Gerritt Henry (Art in America): “It is as fascinatingly original as it is, for all its shadowy mystery, deeply and poignantly familiar”.
Concert to Benefit the New Arts Program
Paul Harryn and the Absentee Ensemble
Friday, September 21st, 7:30pm
St. John’s UCC in Kutztown
N.Whiteoak and W. Walnut Streets
Admission $9.00 advance sale and at the door.
Call 610-683-6440 for more information
ARTISTS and WRITERS FORUM
An informal gathering of working visual and performing artists, musicians, poets, and writers to do some serious head butting has been cancelled until further notice.
Television Programs on BCTV
live first Wednesday at 6pm and fourth Wednesday at 7pm
In Berks County, tune in BCTV at:
· Comcast Reading/Hamburg, Channel 13
· Service Electric Cablevision Channel 19
· VCR Plus Channel 28
In Philadelphia, rebroadcasts on DUTV-54,
every Tuesday 10:00am (Comcast Cable and Urban Cable Works)
In NYC, Manhattan Neighborhood Network,
Channel 34/82 on alternate Sundays (7:00am)
SOLO EXHIBITION JURIED COMPETITION
NAP Exhibition Space
Deadline: in our hands by October 30 each year
Artists nationwide are invited to compete for a solo exhibition and residency to be held at the New Arts Program Exhibition Space. One artist will be selected to receive: Seven week solo exhibition, two-day consultation residency, artist reception, gallery talk, promotion and honorarium. Contact the New Arts Program at 610-683-6440 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and prospectus.
Always phone ahead for schedule updates: (610) 683-6440.