The Alaska Watercolor Society was formed in 1974 as a not-for-profit organization to help promote the knowledge and understanding of professional watercolor painting in Alaska. The Society sponsors an annual juried watercolor exhibition that is open to all artists, 18 years and older living in the United States.
41st Annual Juried Exhibition Now Open For Entries of CaFE
Artists can now submit up to two painting images at CaFE (www.callforentry.org) until June 3, 2015 for entry consideration by this year's juror, Iain Stewart. Details and prospectus can be found at the CaFE site and here.
AKWS 2015 Scholarship Application Now Available
AKWS is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for its annual $1000 scholarship for University of Alaska Visual Art students. Application deadline is April 1, 2015. Details and application form can be downloadedhere. Contact Karen Crandall at email@example.com for more information.
March 11 Monthly General Meeting: Dwayne Adams
Monthly General Membership Meeting atSourdough Mining Co., 5200 Juneau St., Anchorage at 7:00 PM. Social Hour from 6:00 - 7:00 PM.
Dwayne Adams is a landscape architect in Anchorage and was head of the local landscape architecture firm Land Design North for almost 20 years. In his work he produced numbers of drawings, sketches, and paintings that have been used for brochure covers, interpretive panels, and project concepts—some of which weren’t such good ideas. He’ll share images of some of the projects and products, and share his view of why hand-created images can still get results that computer-generated drawings can’t achieve.
AKWS Sites for Sharing, Interaction, and More Information
AKWS Facebook - Join the Facebook page for regular updates to events, chat with members, view photos, and learn more about the Alaska Watercolor Society! Open to everyone, just follow the link or search for 'Alaska Watercolor Society' on Facebook.
AKWS Members Only Online Network (NING) - As a Watercolor Society Member you can contact Francine Dufour Jones and obtain an account to the AKWS social networking site on NING. AKWS artists that want to share their art and learn from each other now have an online community all their own. Our interactive artist community is a meeting place available as a free benefit to all current and paid members. The site is a place to interact with other members, read or create blogs, post comments, share ideas and paintings, or get more information.
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