Sun, Sept 27
Easton Hospital Gallery, 5th & Northampton Streets
Annual Awards will be given to
Artist of the Year : Beverly Murbach-Erhardt
Patron of the Year: Jo Moranville
Volunteer of the Year: Susan Huxley
Chairman’s Leadership Award: MariAn Olson
Catering by The Quadrant. Cash bar available.
ADMISSION IS FREE
Riverside Festival of the Arts (RFA) is one of ACE's major projects each year. The Committee has been working hard to publicize the event in order to increase public attendance and thereby hopefully increase artists' sales. You can help! Please post the following (or similar information) and the images on your Social Media outlets and web pages and anywhere else that it can get out to a broad audience. You could also "Like" or "Share" the recent postings about RFA on the RFA or ACE facebook pages.
September 19 and 20
19th Annual Riverside Festival of the Arts The festival will feature over 60 juried fine art and craft exhibitors; live music all weekend by 12 groups; literature and poetry readings; children's art activities; an open plein air painting contest with $1000 in awards; and food and beverage vendors. Enjoy a day (or two) along the scenic riverbanks. See and patronize artists and crafts persons from throughout the region and beyond. Enjoy music and the spoken word. Bring the kids to exercise their creative side or do that yourself in the plein air contest . FREE ADMISSION
10 AM to 5 PM in Riverside and Scott Parks in Easton between Larry Holmes Drive and the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers
Arts Community of Easton's Fall Group Exhibition of 2015
at the Easton Hospital Gallery at the State Theatre Center for the Arts.
State Theatre Center for the Arts
453 Northampton Street,
Easton, PA 18042
Click here for directions from Google Maps
Exhibition runs from September 27 – October 31, 2015
The gallery is open to the public 90 minutes prior to State Theatre performance showtimes, as well as during our opening reception.
OPENING RECEPTION and ARTS AWARDS GALA: Sunday, September 27th from 5-7 pm
Information for Artists:
The show is open to all artists who are current 2015 members of ACE.
Information on becoming an ACE member or renewing your membership is available at
This is a curated show. While every effort will be made to include at least one piece from each artist who submits work, the final decision is at the discretion of the curator.
Click here for ACE Group Show Guidelines
Artwork must be submitted with a completed Appication form.
Click here for ACE Group Show Application
Further Information for Artists:
All paid members can submit 2 works that are properly framed and wired. No works smaller than 18" x 18" due to hanging system. All 3-d works must have pedestals! No works larger than 48" x 48" x 48" for 3 d works due to a public space. See attached guidelines. ALL WORK MUST HAVE PROPER LABELING ON BACK! Name of Artist, Title, Media, Price! If work is NFS, insurance value must be given.
INSTALLATION DATE: Installation will be scheduled by the hang team.
NO. OF WORKS TO BE SUBMITTED: Two works properly framed and wired. Work not properly wired and framed may not be considered.
DIMENSIONS: No smaller than 18" x 18" due to gallery hanging system. Sculpture or mixed media works to be no taller than 5 feet high x 5 feet wide x 5 feet deep and artist must provide their own pedestal.
OPENING RECEPTION and AWARD GALA: Sunday, September 27th from 5-7 pm
CLOSING DATE: Saturday, October 31, 2015
PICK-UP DATE: Tuesday, November 2, 2015 from 10 am-4 pm. Go to Administrative Offices, show ID. and they will let you into the gallery.
Two ACE artists are getting international exposure with images in published books.
Maryann Riker’s Crocked, or Will the Real Betty Crocker Please Stand Up was juried into 500 Handmade Books, Volume 2, published by Lark, well-known as one of the authoritative voices in the book-art community.
Howard McGinn’s photograph of a relected image of Susan Huxley’s graffiti installation at Lafayette College is in the ebook The Fine Art of Crochet, written by internationally acclaimed expert Gwen Blakely Kinsler, founder of the Crochet Guild of America.