CCA GALLERIES INTERNATIONAL Summer Exhibition
CCA GALLERIES INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCE THE FINAL ARTIST SHORTLIST FOR THEIR SUMMER EXHIBITION 2018
The submissions to CCA Galleries International's Summer Exhibition 2018 have been recieved and the final artists to exhibited have been selected. The exhibition is based on the successful model at the Royal Academy every summer – exhibits are selected by a panel of professional artists and critics and shown in a group selling exhibition. As well as exhibiting at a prestigious, international gallery, being selected for CCAI Summer Exhibition is expected to help launch the careers of promising Jersey artists, as well as enforcing that of those already established. All work is for sale and will be hung, lit and curated by CCA Galleries International.
CCA Galleries International has been hosting the Skipton Open Studios taster exhibition for the past couple of years and the summer exhibition has developed through a growing appetite for high quality, curated visual art in Jersey. The Summer Exhibition is made possible by the support of our partners TEAM Asset Management. Gallery Director, Sasha Gibb says ’ TEAM’s sponsorship of the exhibition for the next 3 years shows a commitment to the project and to the healthy development of the Jersey art scene. ’
If your work has been accepted into the exhibition you will have recieved a letter and agreement document regarding the consignment of work for exhibition at the Gallery. The chosen work must be delivered to the Gallery on Monday 11 June between 9.30am - 2.00pm. It will be hung and exhibited and for sale in the gallery for the month of July.
FINAL SHORTLIST: Robert Allen, Pascale Aure, Pippa Barrow, Will Bertram, Penny Best, Lisa Bloomer, Celina Borfiga, Lee Bowman, Katy Brown, Jason Butler, Katherine Cadin, Sharon Champion, Drena Collins, Phil Coleborn, Jeannie Cox, Sean Crick, Susan Crismas Wood, Rozelle Creegan, Anna D'Alessandro, Jason Dodd, Mike Etienne, Jan Falle, Matt Falle, Edward Farley, Graham Bannister, June Gould, Jenny Gruchy, Caroline Hall, Susan Harris, Heath Hearn, Lizi Hill, RIan Hotton, Will Lakeman, Roberto Lauro, Siobhan Lavery, Oliver Le Gresley, Anne Frances Le Moine, Ariel Luke, Patrick Malacarnet, Val Marshman, Allan Giles McCartney, Martin McDowell, Miranda Moncreiffe, Francesca Louise Monticelli, Ann Morgan, Tom Parker, Linda Rose Parkes, Ben Robertson, Kathy Rondel, Gina Socrates, Sergei Sogokon, Alice Stevens, Juliet St John Nicolle, Maria Tarrant, Martin Toft, Alex Trevellyan, Kerry-Jane Warner and Dasa Wharton.
STUDENT SHORTLIST: TBC
Gallery Director, Sasha Gibb says ' I’m really looking forward to working with local artists again and taking their work to a new audience. 10 Hill Street is a fantastic gallery for contemporary art and I’d like to see it humming with the best art we can find. ’
Talks and Discussions at the Gallery
As part of our Summer Exhibition Education Program, we shall be hosting a series of talks and discussions at the Gallery throughout July. All talks are free, however places are limited. Please call us at the Gallery on 01534 739900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
TUE 3 JULY: Autism and Art by Juliet St John Nicolle
Tuesday 3rd July, 12.30 - 1.30 pm
Juliet has been using art as a way of communicating throughout her life. A prolific and original artist, Juliet will talk about her motivation and give us a rare and eloquent insight into her world as an artist working with autism.
THU 5 JULY: Performance in Art by Kerry-Jane Warner
Thursday 5 July, 6 - 6.30 pm
Music: Christina Orchard
Performers: SPRING Sheri Burt, AUTUMN Scilla Beck, WINTER Wayne Stewar, SUMMER Peter Jones
'Germinale' was a 'Living Scarecrow' commission first created as part of the Seed Journey Project by the Future Farmers for Kaspar Wimberley of The Morning Boat, produced by Art House Jersey. It was performed at Hamptonne Country Life Museam at the Spring Equinox. The inspiration for the piece came from the 4 seasons and their cyclical nature, our relationship with the land and our need to maintain this knowledge. The gestural movements reflect the farming behaviours and weathers of each season. Influences include The French Republican Calendar of 1793, Pina Bausch's Nelken Line, the Kibbo Kift, the Ballet Russes, Sufi Dervish and the Matisse chasubles.
The performance will take around 15 minutes.
Tickets are free, but limited and must be booked in advance at email@example.com
SAT 7 JULY: Gallery Open Day and Conversation with Danny Rolph
The Gallery will be open 10.30am - 4.30pm on Saturday 7 July. Artist and Exhibition judge, Danny Rolph will be in the Gallery 11.00am - 12 noon for 'A Conversation on Contemporary Art in relation to the Exhibition', Danny will also announce the winner of the Summer Prize.
SAT 7 JULY: A Conversation on Contemporary Art in Relation to the Show by Danny Rolph
Sat 7 July, 11am - 12 noon
Artist and Summer Exhibition selection judge, Danny will also announce the winner of the Summer Prize. The Summer Prize is a solo show in one of the painted galleries for up to 6 pieces of work later in the year. The prize will be awarded to the artist that the judges agree exhibited the most promising piece of work.
THU 19 JULY: Photography Workshop with Dasa Wharton
Thursday 19 July, 12.30 - 2pm
£5 Donation, proceeds go to Jersey Childcare Trust
Bring your lunch along to a workshop with ballet photographer Dasa Wharton. This workshop is open to all and will be beneficial to artists, business owners, bloggers, those wishing to improve their visual presence on social medias and online. Dasa will cover technical aspects of photography, mobile phone photography, editing applications, how to best visually present yourself and your brand, your products and your art, as well as tips for preparing for photoshoots.