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FULL MEMBERS

Amanda Swain Bingham
Alexandra Broches
Jeannette Jacobs
John Kotula
Viera Levitt
Elizabeth Lind
Jack Massey
Barbara Pagh
Roberta Richman
Jason E. Smith
Michael Yefko

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

Uli Brahmst
Iris Donnelly
Connie Greene 
Susan Hayward
Emily Humphrey
(student member) 
Jill McLaughlin
Barbara Owen
Myron Rubenstein
Mara Trachtenberg
MJ Yeager

 

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Hera Gallery
10 High Street
Wakefield, RI 02879

401-789-1488
www.heragallery.org

mailing address:
PO Box 336
Wakefield, RI 02880

Gallery Hours:
Wed, Thu, Fri 1 - 5
Saturday 10 - 4
Or by appointment

 

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Hera is a proactive community of artists who are passionate about bringing fine art to South County and the larger community. Hera Gallery promotes a professional artistic presence for emerging and established artists who are dedicated to their creative practice. In addition to a full schedule of exhibitions, Hera strives to engage the public through programming such as lectures, talks, film and video screenings, performance and spoken word. Established in 1974, Hera Gallery is a non-profit artist-run arts organization that has continued to stimulate discussion and challenge perceptions for 40 years.

   

 

CALL FOR ENTRY: WATER

Concept: Water is the medium of life.
We are born from water and remain mostly water until we return to dust. Water in dynamic cyclic flow forms 70% of the earth’s surface creating interconnected patterns of life in scaled interrelationships.

Civilizations have flourished and evolved by harnessing the flow of water. Water has been essential for economic growth and has become a playground for fun and adventure. We are inspired by the beauty and sublime nature of water.

These days, contemporary water issues are creating debates over conflicting interests at local and global levels.
Concerns over enough clean drinking water, rising sea levels, powerful storms or droughts spurred by what most believe are climate change forces, fracking and energy needs, and transnational controls of water rights are just some of our worries.

  This national juried exhibition at Hera Gallery seeks a varied perspective on contemporary views of water as an essential element. Political, social, environmental and aesthetic themes related to water in all media will be considered.

  Application Deadline: Friday, February 6th, 2015.


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These programs are presented with partial support from The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through an appropriation by the Rhode Island General Assembly, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts


 

Be sure to check out HERA 2010, a catalog of Hera artist members' work with an introductory essay by former director Katherine Veneman, Curator of Education, Blaffer Museum, University of Houston. The book is available for purchase at www.blurb.com.