Happy New Year!

Ghostwolf artists hope that you had a wonderful holiday season, and are as excited as we are about the new year! We’ve got a lot of great things planned for 2020, beginning with our first First Friday ARTScrawl entitled “2020 Clear Sight”. Join us for a look at a decade of evolution in our creative endeavors!

It’s also time to send out the call for our annual “Women’s Work” juried show to be featured during the month of March for Women & Creativity month. “Women’s Work” has consistently been an outstanding exhibition of local women’s artwork, and we’re as ever, super excited to see what this year brings! Show us what you’ve got, ladies!

Finally, you will notice we’re posting a call for a new June exhibition entitled “Super Funkadelic”. “Super Funkadelic” is going to be a visual dance party in celebration of Pride month! We admit we’re not any more sure than you are just yet what that means but we are looking for art from both the LGBTQIA community and allies that celebrates diversity and inclusiveness, or is just plain fun and upbeat. We think this show has a ton of potential, and can’t wait to see what local artists come up with!

“Humming” by Greta Stockebrand
30” x 40”
$800

FIRST FRIDAY ARTScrawl
Friday, January 3rd, 2020 (5-8pm)

2020 Clear Sight
Ghostwolf artists take a look at a decade of channeling their creative energies; where they’ve been, and where they’re going. Join them for a conversation about growth, staying open, and how their work has evolved. Light refreshments.

OPEN CALLS

CALL FOR ART!
WOMEN’S WORK 2020

It’s that time of year again when we call for female artists in New Mexico to share their work for “Women’s Work”!

March is Women & Creativity month, and this exhibition is focused on featuring them in a variety of stages of their careers. Submitted artwork for this show has been consistently outstanding, and the exhibition has been a huge hit with the local community. The event has become one of our absolute favorites and we can’t wait to see what local talent has been up to in the past year!

Interested parties can find the call on our website or apply directly at: https://forms.gle/PjBxSDAxB5jBf8oS6

Entry fees may be paid here:
http://ghostwolf.gallery/product/ww2020/

Please note, the confirmation email you receive upon paying fees IS NOT a confirmation of receipt of work. You will receive a second confirmation upon submitting your artwork for consideration.

CALL FOR ART!
SUPER FUNKADELIC

What do you get when you mix Pride Month with an art exhibition? A visual dance party!

Ghostwolf invites local artists to submit their work for a juried exhibition celebrating diversity and inclusion. Artists may be members of the LGBTQIA community OR allies. (Yes, that means pretty much everyone is invited to submit!) We’re looking for both art that is topical to Pride month and that which is joyful, fun, upbeat, and generally Super Funkadelic! We think this show has a ton of potential and hope it will become an annual event.

Interested parties can find the call on our website or apply directly at: https://forms.gle/BQoP9muzVfDwP1WP7

Entry fees may be paid here:
http://ghostwolf.gallery/product/super-funkadelic-application-fee/

Please note, the confirmation email you receive upon paying fees IS NOT a confirmation of receipt of work. You will receive a second confirmation upon submitting your artwork for consideration.

This call is super early, so we’ll definitely send out additional reminders.

ARTISTS OUT AND ABOUT

DENISE WEAVER ROSS
FINDING YOUR VOICE IN AMERICA TODAY

WHERE: Kelwood Contemporary Art, Baton Rouge, LA
WHEN: Opens January 10, 2020

Denise debuts work from her “Postcards To America” series which she began in 2019. “Postcards to America” is a series of works on paper which contrasts the postcard image of America with its reality.

ROE LiBRETTO & DENISE WEAVER ROSS
HAITI: AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE

WHERE: African American Performing Arts Center at EXPO New Mexico State Fair Grounds
WHEN: Opens January 11, 2020 (5:30-9:30pm)

Ghostwolf artists Roe LiBretto and Denise Weaver Ross are excited to participate in Haiti: After the Earthquake, a multi-venue extravaganza organized by the non-profit Hands of the Caribbean Inc. More than an exhibition of art, this event will also pay tribute to the culture, food, and music of Haiti with performances by Haitian and New Mexican musicians. Tickets include a cocktail hour featuring Haitian food and access to another venue for an after-party with music and dancing. Ticket sales and a portion of art sales will support people still devastated by natural disasters in Haiti.

To learn more about Hands of the Caribbean, visit: handsofthecaribbean.com/what-we-do

Tickets are available through Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.com/e/haiti-after-the-earthquake-tickets-86291380843?aff=ebdssbeac

NEW WORK

“Inseparable” by Amy M. Ditto

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