Chaos Theory2: The Chaos Strikes Back
February 6-27, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 6th 6-10pm
Come see an eclectic mix of work showcasing what Southern California artists have to offer in this non-juried, non-censored exhibition that breaks the norms of a typical gallery show.
Brandon Charles Weber, Pat MacDonald, Federica Campagnari, Trevor Segraves, Eva Domagalska, Jaime Coffey Bateman, Alison Stein, Allan Peach, Chuka Susan Chesney, Chris O'Mahony, Dorothy Birsic, Danielle Meier,Dorothy Magallon, Richard Wynne, Randy Au, Leodany Ferguson, Negar Naji, Steven Hopper, William Myers, Marinus Welman, Salma Calito, Pouya Johanshahi, Shirin Bolourchi, Ranzen Ocampo, S.P. Harper, Roland Escalona, Martine Van Dine, Veronika Voynenkdva, Mitch Miller, Kirk Kain, Ruben Acosta, Jennie Breeze, Cheryl Del Toro, Marinus Welman, Stuart Hennessey, Eidt Jackson, Teresa Carlisle, Irma Dorokhova, Jeffrey Crussell, Annie Clavel, Elizabeth Chaney, Nancy Villere, Alyssa Arney, Aimee Murillo, Juan Gomez, Rhett Miller, Beverly Jacobs, Jeffrey Frisch, Richard Bohn, Craig Sibley, Carolyn Yarnell, Mitch Miller. Gina Rehms, Adrianne Sotto, Andalee Motrenec, Roxanne Norman, Cecilia Rahban, Patrick Nguyen, Odile Nicolette, Aliza Bejarano, Debbie Haeberle, Duncan Tooley, Christopher Leonhardt, Doug Herbilla, Terrence Harris, Nicholas Nicola, Jennifer Spitzer, Lynam Pudwill, Clay McGurk, Ronald Ownbey, Scott Gongelbach, Alisha Rembert, DC Henderson, Denise Moritz, Maria Bjorkdahl, Juan Gallardo, Jack Marotte, Renuka Pillai, Chilo Te, Katherine Sheehan, Pamela GRAU, Eileen Ezmunt, Courtney Gordon, Evalyn Alu, Jon Ng, Sheri Determan
March 5-26, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 5th 6-10pm
Gallery artists select 10 works of photography to display
along with a 12 year photo expose by Xtina Ponce
Call for Art
Deadline to Enter April 7
May 7– June 11, 2016
The Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA) presents “tXtMe”, a juried call for art of contemporary creativity using letters, signs, text messages, words, lyrics, poetry, profanity and utter nonsense using digital media, Internet-based work, paint, pencil, neon or…?
Texting with imagery… and hitting “send” is something you might have done with a friend earlier today. Text with beautiful hand-painted illuminations is something right out of the early medieval era. Throughout history, text has been used in artwork to convey messages, be it sacred, political, or simply narrative. This tradition continues today as contemporary artists utilize text, letters and numbers as an integral part of their work.
Luminaries including Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Tehching Hsieh, Bruce Nauman, Edward Ruscha, and the late Sol LeWitt are a few… and there’s a good chance you do as well! ‘tXtMe’ is an innovative exhibition and exciting platform for you to showcase your text-related art to the world…
Renowned juror (TBD )is judging this exhibit and we invite you to provide two and three-dimensional art that is exploring and expanding the concept of “Text Me”, following a broad and historical tradition… from ”drawn” to “digital” and beyond.