Posts Tagged ‘Visiting Mooresville NC’

Call for Artists! Arts at the Mill in Mooresville, NC

September 29, 2017

Call for Artists! Arts at the Mill, a three day, indoor nationwide fine arts festival will be held at the historic Mill in downtown Mooresville, NC, on Nov. 10th-12th, 2017.

This is a collaborative effort between Mooresville Arts and Merinos Mill to bring an exciting opportunity to the local arts community.

We are currently accepting artist applications and thought this might be of interest to you and your members!

Please visit our website for more information and how to apply at (www.artsatthemill.com).

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Mooresville Arts in Mooresville, NC, Calls for Participation at Arts at the Mill – Nov. 10-12, 2017

July 30, 2017

Arts at the Mill is a three-day indoor juried national fine arts festival at the historic Mill in downtown Mooresville, NC, allowing nationally selected artists to display and sell original art. This festival is a collaborative effort between Concord Properties, Inc. and Mooresville Arts, both located in historic downtown Mooresville, NC.

The event takes place Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 (12-8pm); Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017 (10am- 6pm); and Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017 (10am-5pm). An opening reception will be from 6-8pm on the first day of the festival.

Event Location: 500 S. Main Street, Mooresville, NC 28115

Application Deadline: Ongoing through Monday, October 2, 2017 Application Fee: $25 (non-refundable)
Booth Fee: $200

For more information and to download the Festival prospectus, please visit (www.artsathemill.com) or e-mail to (info@artsatthemill.com).

Mooresville Arts in Mooresville, NC, Announces Winners of Annual Photography Exhibit

July 30, 2017

Richard Evans, Richard Ippolito and Lucy Randall were first place winners at Mooresville Arts’s annual photography exhibit July 2017. Awards were presented Friday, July 14 at Mooresville Arts Gallery, 103 W. Center Street in Mooresville, NC.


Lucy Randall with her winning entry

Second place winners were Kevin Combs, ‘Gina Riccaaradeli and Jennifer Brown. Placing third place were Sarah Johnson, Martha-Marie Crespo and Megan Smith. Awarded honorable mention were Ernie Griffith, Bill Taylor, Jackie Davis, Steve Luchey, Patrice Winsovich and Jennifer Brown.

Event chair was Gina Riccaradeli.

For further info call Ellen Patterson at 704-663-0189 or e-mail to (pattfinanep@gmail.com).

Mooresville Arts in Mooresville, NC, Offers Barry Moore for Monthly Meeting/Demo – Feb. 15, 2015

February 7, 2015

Digital artist Barry Moore will demonstrate camera and lighting techniques at the Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015, Mooresville Arts demonstration at 2pm. The demonstration is open to the public. Admission is free.

Moore will demonstrate photographing artwork under glass as well as 3 dimensional work. Included will be information on image processing in Photoshop.

Moore is a digital artist who creates art from scratch and transforms photographs into art using computer software.

Moore’s art and technology skills have led him to work with such organizations as the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Piedmont Dance Theatre, Cannon Foundation, UNC Nutrition Research Institute, Oakboro Regional Museum of History, and the Kannapolis Historical Society. He is also president of the Cabarrus Art Guild. Today, Moore’s company, RBS Productions, offers services related to photographic restoration and the transforming of photographs into art.

For further info e-mail Ellen Patterson at (pattfinanep@windstream.net).

Mooresville, NC, Artist Jessica DeHart Wins Poster Contest for 2015 US Figure Skating Championship

January 12, 2015

Mooresville, NC, artist Jessica DeHart’s oil painting “Whirlwind” has been chosen as the 2015 US Figure Skating Championship souvenir poster.  The skating event will be held at the Coliseum in Greensboro from Jan. 18-25, 2015. During the event the painting will be on display.

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For additional information contact Jessica at (jadehart7@gmail.com).

Mooresville Arts Guild in Mooresville, NC, Calls for Entries for “2015 Winter Exhibition” – Deadline Jan. 17, 2015

November 29, 2014

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The Mooresville Artist Guild in Mooresville, NC, is calling for entries for the “2015 Winter Exhibition,” sponsored by Lake Country Gallery, to be held on Jan. 20 through Feb, 26, 2015, at the Depot Gallery in downtown Mooresville. The opening reception for this show is Jan. 23, 2015 from 6-8pm.  The artists, families, friends and the public are invited to attend.

Artists age 18 and up may submit up to a total of three entries multiple categories. The entry fee is $25 for members in good standing and $40 for non members, and there will be cash awards. This is a juried show, so not all work will be accepted. Intake will be Friday, Jan. 16 and Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015, from 1-5pm. Declined work must be picked up Wednesday, Jan. 21 and Thursday, Jan. 22 from 12-5pm.

For further info call 704/663-6661 or visit (www.MAGart.org).

Mooresville Arts in Mooresville, NC, Calls for Entries for Artoberfest – Deadline is Sept. 27, 2014

July 29, 2014

The Mooresville Arts in downtown Mooresville, NC, announces a call for artists for its’ upcoming judged competition and art show, “Artoberfest”. This popular and continuously growing exhibit is, again, proudly sponsored by Speedball Art Products, located in Statesville, NC. Cash prizes will be awarded in four categories, plus separate awards will be given to artwork made with Speedball products.

ARTWORK INTAKE:
Friday, Sept. 26, from 1-5pm and Saturday, Sept, 27, from    1-5pm

EXHIBIT CALENDAR:
Tuesday, Sept. 30 – Friday, Oct. 31, 2014

ARTWORK PICK-UP:
Saturday, Nov. 1, from 1-5pm and Sunday, Nov. 2, from 1-4pm

OPENING RECEPTION AND AWARDS PRESENTATON:
Friday, Oct. 10, from 6-8pm . Award presentation at 6:30pm

Additional information and a complete show prospectus are available at (www.MagArt.org) or a copy can be picked up at:

Mooresville Arts Depot, 103 West Center Ave., Mooresville, NC 28115.

For additional information and questions e-mail Shelly Zulli, Artoberfest Chairperson at (Shelly@HandsOnArtsStudio.com) or call 704/663-6661

Mooresville Artist Guild in Mooresville, NC, Calls for Participation in “Winter Juried Art Exhibition” – Deadline Jan. 11, 2014

October 15, 2013

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The Mooresville Artist Guild in Mooresville, NC, announces a call for artists for its first juried exhibit and competition. The “Winter Juried Art Exhibition” is supported by a grassroots subgrant provided by the Iredell Arts Council. The exhibit is also sponsored by Lake Country Gallery, located in Mooresville.

Cash prizes will be awarded, as well as gift certificates to Lake Country Gallery.

Anne Scott Clement, Executive Director and Chief Curator of Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury, NC, will be the Juror for this inaugural show.

Artwork Intake:
Friday, January 10, 2014 (1-5) and Saturday, January 11, 2014 (11-4)

Exhibit Calendar:
Tuesday, January 14 through Thursday, February 27, 2014

Opening Reception:
Friday, January 17, 2014 (6-8)

Mooresville Artist Guild is located at 103 W Center Avenue in Mooresville, NC.

Additional information and a complete prospectus are available at (www.magart.org).

For any questions, please contact Jessica DeHart, Show Chairperson, by e-mail at (jadehart7@gmail.com).

Mooresville Artist Guild in Mooresville, NC, Calls for Participation in Artoberfest – Deadline Sept. 28, 2013

July 22, 2013

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The Mooresville Artist Guild in Mooresville, NC, announces a call for artists for its upcoming judged competition and art show, Artoberfest. This popular and continuously growing exhibit is, again, proudly sponsored by Speedball Art Products, located in Statesville, NC.

Cash prizes will be awarded by category and separate awards will be given to artwork made with Speedball art supplies.

Entry fee: $25 for members/ up to 3 entries. $35 for non-members/ up to 3 entries. Memberships are available at $40 a year.

Larry Elder, owner of Elder Gallery, in Charlotte, NC, will be the judge for this year’s show. A representative of Speedball Art Products will judge the artwork created with Speedball products.

Artwork Intake:
Friday, Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at Mooresville Artist Guild, 103 W. Center Ave., Mooresville, NC.

Exhibit Calendar:
Oct. 1 – 31, 2013. A reception and awards presentation:
Friday, Oct. 11, 6-8pm, at Mooresville Artist Guild, 103 W. Center Ave., Mooresville, NC.

Additional information and a complete show prospectus are available at (www.magart.org) or a copy may be picked up at the Mooresville Artist Guild.  For any questions, please contact Jessica DeHart, Artoberfest Chairperson, by e-mail at (jadehart7@gmail.com).

Mooresville Artist Guild in Mooresville, NC, Works with The Dale Jr. Foundation to Raise Funds for Mooresville Depot Renovation

May 31, 2013

Two key players in the local community, The Dale Jr. Foundation and the Mooresville Artist Guild, are joining forces to support the renovation of the historic Mooresville Depot in Mooresville, NC, with a unique online fundraising event called the Dale Jr. Picture Mosaic.

The Dale Jr. Picture Mosaic will be a collection of 8,800 images submitted by fans of Earnhardt Jr. Once assembled, the collage will make up an eight foot by six foot mural. When viewed from a distance, the primary image of Earnhardt Jr. becomes visible, while close examination reveals that the image is comprised of numerous smaller photographs.

The donations from the mosaic will be used to support the Mooresville Artist Guild’s project to renovate the Historic Mooresville Depot, better known as “Race City USA” and home to JR Motorsports.

“Since 1863, the Historic Mooresville Depot has been the cornerstone on which the Town of Mooresville was built,” said Leo Gordon, Treasurer of the Guild and Chairperson for the renovation project. “It brought commerce to the area which led to people moving into the area. In 1973, The Depot took a new role when the Town of Mooresville leased the building to the Mooresville Artist Guild who converted part of the building to a Visual Arts Center, thus becoming the cornerstone of art for the region.

“The building needs major repairs and must conform to ADA requirements if we are to meet the growing needs of the Guild and the region. With community leaders like Dale Jr. and The Dale Jr. Foundation adding their support, we can make the Depot something special.”

To become part of the JR Nation history and have your picture included in the Dale Jr. Mosaic, an easy to use, interactive web site has been created at (www.dalejrpicturemosaic.com). The process is simple. For a donation of just $8.80, you can include a photograph of yourself or friends to pay tribute to Earnhardt Jr. for his accomplishments on the track, as an entrepreneur and community leader. These photos, combined with thousands of others will create the completed mural.

Shortly after uploading your photo(s), participants will be incorporated into the online mosaic and mural, and receive a special access code to view their photo.

“The Dale Jr. Picture Mosaic will be unveiled at JR Motorsports in mid-December of this year,” said Lauren Caldwell, Project Manager of The Dale Jr. Foundation.  ”We’ll focus a lot of our social media efforts around it so fans can share in the experience. We are truly excited to help make a difference in our community with the revitalization of the Mooresville Artist Guild.”

For more information, please visit (www.dalejrpicturemoasic.com).