Arts Council planning Exhibit VIII for Montgomery Station

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“The Hobbit” clay mask by Roland Reed is a piece previously featured. (Photo by Chris Taydus)

By Harriet Liebow

Member, Arts Council of Riderwood

After a brief hiatus to accommodate Riderwood’s renovation schedule, the Arts Council of Riderwood is pleased to announce the resumption of its cycle of exhibitions of art work by residents and staff. Since the Lakeside Commons venue is not currently available, the usual jurying of art in Village Square will be followed by the opening of Exhibit VIII and the “Meet The Artists” reception in the Montgomery Station galleries.

Applications to submit works will be available at the front desks of all clubhouses beginning on September 1. For those who are new to the process, there is a limit of two entries for each artist, and the jurying is carried out by an independent outside professional. The new exhibit will be mounted on October 3 after Exhibit VII has been moved to Village Square, enabling residents to enjoy new works at each site.

Keep the following dates in mind:

September 1:  Applications for Exhibit VIII available at front desks

September 19:  Bring applications and artwork to Village Square Card Room for jurying Exhibit VIII, 8:30-10:00 a.m.

October 3:  Exhibit VIII artwork brought to Montgomery Station

October 10:  All are invited to Exhibit VIII “Meet The Artists” reception

Check your neighborhood bulletin board for time and place.

If you would like to be added to the Arts Council contact list, please give your name and address to Sylvia Reed (HS-106) or Winnie Coggins (PV-207). Check the resident directory for their contact information.

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