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"A Passion for Pigment": Open for entry through January 17, 2018

Full prospectus and entry is available through Online Juried shows

"Rock, Paper, Scissors": Open for entry through January 29, 2018

Full prospectus and entry is available through Online Juried shows

 "Street Scenes II: Making the Homeless count"

Opening January 9, 2018 - January 27, 2018 with Artists' Reception Friday evening, January 12, 2018 from 5 to 7 pm, don't miss this exhibition!  The exhibit will feature photography by Martin Cohen and David Blumenkrantz, as well as a juried exhibition.   Our project featuring photography by homeless individuals living in the San Fernando Valley will be on exhibit.  We will have collection bins for new or used clothing which will be donated to Hope of the Valley Mission and the Green Bag Project.

 

Artist Co-op 7 Winter Courses have Started!

Go to courses for descriptions and link to Register.  The Winter 2018 Courses are:  "Right Brain Figure Drawing" - 8 weeks with Adria Becker, , "Watercolor Painting" - 9 weeks with Dafna Gilboa & Susie Gesundheit,  and "Painting and Drawing" - 10 weeks with Adria Becker. 

For more information:  http://www.co-op7.org  

 "Cocktails & Comedy" January 19, 2018

James Connolly, Jason Love and Omar Covarrubias will get you laughing into the new year!  Tickets are only $12 per person.  Beer & wine will be served ($5 donation requested) along with a smorgasbord of munchies.  So gather your friends and share some laughs with us as we introduce you to these fine gentlemen of comedy.  Click here to purchase tickets.

  

SFVACC 2018 exhibits are already on our schedule

The first half of the year has already been scheduled.  January 9 - 27 we will reprise "Street Scenes II: Making the Homeless Count", January 30 - February 17 "A Passion for Pigment", February 20 - March 10 "Rock Paper Scissors: Printmaking & Scissor Cutting", March 13 - 31 Valley Watercolor Society, April 3 - 28 "Charlotte Kerber Retrospective", April 24 - May 5 "Call of the Wild", May 1 - May 26, California Art League.  Our Summer Hiatus is June 24 - July 8.  Artist Co-op 7, July 10 - August 4.

  

Calling all volunteers!

2018 will bring about a new concept in sitting at the Center.  We will be putting together a team of professional docents to watch over the Center during our exhibits.  These docents will be trained in everything they need to know about running the Center and being a welcoming representative behind the reception desk. Organizations can also have their members keep our professional docents company, if they so wish.  We will need to fill thirty 3-hour shifts during each of our 3-week exhibits and forty 3-hour shifts during out 4-week exhibits in 2018.  So think about joining our team and immerse yourself in all that creative energy at the Center! Click here for the application.

 

Time to renew your membership!

We are accepting applications for new memberships to the SFVACC. We are also getting the word out to current members that it's time to renew your membership.  For 2018, individual membership costs $45 a year. Membership is good from January 1 - December 31, 2018. We now offer a membership card with discounts for purchases made at our gift shop, tickets for live performances, and a reduced entry fee ($35) to one SFVACC-sponsored exhibit during 2018. You will be able to pay by PayPal or credit card on Dec. 29th.  Simply visit www.sfvacc.org and go to our MEMBERSHIPS & DONATIONS page.  Or if you wish to send us a check, please complete the membership application, make check out to SFVACC for $45 and mail application and check to SFV Arts & Cultural Center, P.O. Box 17192, Encino, CA 91416.  Thanks for your support!

 

Artist Co-op 7 Fall Courses:  Artist Co-Op 7 Fall Courses started October 5th!

Go to courses for descriptions.  Please contact Jeanne Hahn at jeannehahn@aol.com if you have questions regarding  these courses or possible late registration.  The Fall 2017 Courses are:  "Right Brain Figure Drawing" - 8 weeks with Eileen Hecht, , "Watercolor Painting" - 8 weeks with Jeanne Hahn & Debbi Saunders, "Painting & Mixed Media" - 8 weeks with Mary Guzman, and "Painting and Drawing" - 9 weeks with Adria Becker. 

 
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18312 Oxnard Street, Tarzana, CA 91356   

P.O Box 17192, Encino, CA  91416             

     

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