Fall 2020 Virtual Events & Workshops at Brentwood Arts Exchange

By Editorial Team on October 20, 2020
Courtesy of Brentwood Arts Exchange.

Calabash Carnage Goes Virtual
Calling all Pumpkin Carvers!
Deadline for Entry: Wednesday, October 28
You are invited to participate in our first ever Calabash Carnage Virtual Pumpkin Carving Competition. All ages are welcome and this is a family friendly event, so young participants are welcome to grab a parent, older sibling, or adult to help. Once your masterpiece is complete, snap a picture and post it to our Facebook page, using the hashtag #CalabashCarnage, or email us  your pumpkin picture, with your name and age included in the submission. Arts on a Roll teaching artists will select three winning pumpkins—scariest, cutest, and most creative. Winning pumpkins will be featured on Facebook and Instagram on Saturday, October 31, and winners will receive a fall themed art kit, sponsored by Arts on a Roll, and available for pickup at Brentwood Arts Exchange. Happy Carving!

Post Your Pumpkin Picture: facebook.com/artsgateway
Email Your Pumpkin Picture: pgp-brentwood-arts@pgparks.com

Courtesy of Brentwood Arts Exchange.

Mothering in World Turned Upside Down
Watch Party Recap
Thank you to our artists and community for participating in our Virtual Artist Talk and Gallery Tour this past weekend on Facebook Live! It was wonderful to engage with the artists, celebrate their work, and hear insights about Mothering in a World Turned Upside Down. If you didn’t get a chance to join the watch party, you can still view the post and share your comments about the exhibit here.

For art purchase inquiries or to schedule an individual viewing over FaceTime or video chat, email: pgp-brentwood-arts@pgparks.com

Enjoying the View by Dafna Steinberg.

Marmalade Dreams: Collages by Dafna Steinberg
Virtual Gallery Tour and Artist Talk via Facebook Live
Saturday, October 24, 2 pm
Mark your calendars for our next watch party, featuring a virtual gallery tour of our Lab Gallery exhibit, Marmalade Dreams, followed by an artist talk with Dafna Steinberg. Dafna will share her inspiration for this personal show, dedicated to the memory of her father. Her collages, created during the pandemic, address topics of social isolation, grief and loss, all presented through her creative lense with hopefulness and humor. Join us on Facebook as we come together virtually to experience and celebrate Dafna’s work.

For art purchase inquiries or to schedule an individual viewing over FaceTime or video chat, email: pgp-brentwood-arts@pgparks.com