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Pop Up Studio -updated

Pop Up Studio -updated


Posted By on Jan 23, 2017

POP UP STUDIO April- June 2017 – 1-2 weeks per month The BAA is pleased to announce that we have a space for our pop-up studio. This will be a space for members to make art, socialize and display work for sale. The space is in Belmont Center – a new gallery being opened by Karla Cohen, a BAA member. We will hold the pop-up studio April 21  – May 5  – 2 weeks May 19  – 26  – 1 week June 23 – 30  – 1 week After this, we will try to come to an arrangement with the gallery for continued use of the space for our artists. Looking for demonstration and salon artists. VOLUNTEER ROLES Only current (paid) BAA members have a right to use the studio space for work (restrictions on materials may apply) and put up their art. Volunteers have priority to use the studio space. Use of the space will be free. The roles are: STUDIO MANAGERS – Rick Corbett  Coordinate the following volunteers: CURATORS (2 people) – Helen Morse and Mary Lee (with Tom Dorsey) In charge of admitting and hanging work. Possibility of multiple exhibits. Arrangements for sharing responsibilities can be made between curators. Determine what the rules are for eligibility. Those giving talks or workshops get priority. Artist can do multiple talks – but others must be given a chance first. PR managers – Helen Morse and Dari Paquette Responsible for media blasts with announcements of the studio and our events. Pull together artist blurbs and other info. PR distributor for Internet and Social media – Anne Katzeff and Rick Corbett Responsible for taking PR from PR managers and distributing on social media. EVENT coordinator – Christine Chang Organize artists for the workshops and talks. Send their bios and pr materials to PR manager. Supervise needs for receptions. Get volunteers to help for these. SPONSORSHIP manager –Naomi Ellenberg-Dukas and Christine Chang Get sponsorship of donations and funding from local businesses for food/drink and supplies for events. (We will offer mention, posters, pr, coupons). WORKSHOP/SALON leaders – Linda Salter, Nicole Bernstein, Erika Hartwieg and more to come hopefully! Teach a workshop or do a Salon talk about your artwork/inspirations etc. (show and tell). Contact the Curators if you are interested in facilitating a workshop. Every BAA member who is present in studio is responsible for being host/salesperson and handling any sales. You are welcome to bring extra work for sale while you are in the studio. PUBLIC EVENTS: DEMONSTRATIONS– (WED afternoon/eve or Thurs eve):demonstrate your technique, maybe allow audience to try it a little – open to public – drop in – limited space...

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1091 Lexington St, Waltham.  781 899 7624 Scanning – Up to 8×10- $9.99/piece – Larger than 8×10-$19.99/piece – Studio price (3 pieces at a time) -$150 Printing Luster surface 11×14 – 16.99 16×20 – 29.99 20×24 – 34.99 24×36 – 49.99 Fine Art surface 11×14 – 19.99 16×20 – 40.99 20×24 – 63. 24×36 – 112. Canvas 11×14 – 26.00 16×20 – 47.00 20×24 – 66.00 24×36 – 110.00  (extra charge for installation onto stretcher bars, below) Stretcher bars: .5 inch, 1.5 inch 11×14 – 30.00, 50.83 16×20 – 41.00, 68.00 20×24 – 48.00, 80.00 24×36 – 65.00, 107.64 Testing 1st test strip is free- minor changes can be made from there 2nd test- If major adjustments needed to be made – $10 3rd test- If more major adjustments needed – $20   Printing process uses a 9890 Epson printer with ultrachrome inks We are also offering 20% off custom framing for anyone in the...

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Hagop’s Art Studio Framing


Posted By on Feb 8, 2015

33 Belmont Street, Cambridge (near Sofra). 617 492 7379 Tom Coppi is the new, very nice owner of Hagop’s framing shop. He is offering excellent prices to members of the Belmont Art Association. He invites you to drop by and take a look at his current stock of framing that came to him from Mr. Hagop.  From that, he can build custom frames at a very reasonable price.  Take advantage of this!

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