Sep 30, 2012 to Nov 30, 2012
The Association's townhouse gallery holds eight consecutive shows each year, six of which are juried exhibits, with prominent jurors from art schools and galleries and institutions in New York and surrounding areas, including the Whitney Museum, Bruce Museum, and Museum of Modern Art. Seven of the exhibits include cash prizes. Unlike other galleries, all artists, not just members, are welcome to submit their work for exhibit. Annual competitions draw submissions from local, regional, and national artists.
Among the competitions is the annual Faber Birren Color Show, endowed by the friends and family of world-renowned color consultant Faber Birren, a Stamford resident for 50 years. The show, which has grown from a regional exhibit to one that is now national in scope, awards $3,000 in prize money each year.
Our annual Marine Show is a tribute to Vivian and Stanley Reed, two of the founders of the Stamford Art Association and avid sailors. It was originally funded by former Stamford Mayor Julius Wilensky.
Each year, we also showcase the work of students from Fairfield County high schools in a professionally juried exhibit that awards scholarships and other prizes to promising young artists. The show gives these students an opportunity to have their work displayed for the very first time in a public gallery.
In addition to the exhibits at the Townhouse Gallery, SAA also is partnering with the Ferguson Library to host the ongoing series of "Art at the Ferguson" exhibits in the Ferguson Library Auditorium Gallery.
We thank the following organizations for their generous and continued support: the Kuriansky Foundation, the Wendell and Margaret Smith Foundation and ongoing support from many generous individuals. Gallery Hours : Thursday thru Sunday from 12-3 PM Metered parking and lots available
Stamford Art Association 39 Franklin St. Stamford CT 06901 Phone: 203-325-1139 Fax: 203-359-1117 Email: email@example.com
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