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  • WideOpen: Excellence in Photography Calling all photographers: Only 1 week left until submissions for WideOpen close at midnight on June 27! Not a photographer but know of one who should submit? Tag them in the comments below! Submit today or find out more at https://wideopendairybarn.artcall.org

    15 hours ago

  • June 20

  • It's Happy Hour this Thursday at the Barn! You may be coming to paint OR come do some felting with me. It's Open Studio in the Fiber Arts studio. The wine can flow into all classrooms-just sayin'!

    June 19

  • It's Happy Hour this Thursday at the Barn! You may be coming to paint OR come do some felting with me. It's Open Studio in the Fiber Arts studio. The wine can flow into all classrooms-just sayin'!

    June 19

  • Only 8 days left to submit to WideOpen, the international juried photography exhibition! Submissions close @ midnight on June 27! Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to have your work showcased on an international stage. To submit or find out more visit https://wideopendairybarn.artcall.org

    June 19

  • The Dairy Barn Arts Center is hiring an Events & Outreach Manager. Resumes will be accepted until July 2, 2018 and/or until the position is filled. Visit https://dairybarn.org/events-outreach-manager-needed/ for more information.

    June 19

  • The Dairy Barn Arts Center wants to congratulate Julie Weller, Events & Outreach Manager for her new job in Colorado as an Event Coordinator at University of Colorado. We wish her well and thank her for all of her hard work over the last three years!!!! Here are some of the events she managed and a few pictures of her here at The Dairy Barn Arts Center. Thank you Juile!!!!!!!

    June 19

  • Tune into our Facebook page this Thursday at 1pm (ET) for the release of our very exciting Summer Music Series lineup! We've got some great performances coming your way! 🎸🎤🎶

    June 19

  • Psst... here's another reminder that WideOpen submissions close on June 27 (less than two weeks away)!!! All types of photography from all skill levels are welcome; both professional and amateur! To submit or find out more, go to https://wideopendairybarn.artcall.org

    June 18

  • Big thanks to Tom Redfern, Director of Rural Action Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry and Jane Forrest Redfern this morning for guiding us on the trail and talking about our awesome trees and the history of the Barn with the Campers and Staff! it was a super fun time!

    June 18

  • Our website is currently down right now. We are working on fixing this as soon as possible but in the meantime, our exhibition submission sites are still up and running! WideOpen: https://wideopendairybarn.artcall.org/ (Submission deadline: Wednesday June 27) Quilt National: http://quiltnational19.org/ *If clicking the links don't work, try copying and pasting the link into your address field. The sites are live, they are just a little stubborn, bear with us!*

    June 18

  • Happy Father's Day from the Barn! Looking for some crafts to do with dad? Check out this list that we really like: https://www.brit.co/fathers-day-crafts-for-kids/ Also dads be on the lookout for our upcoming woodworking show, "Art of Our Applachian Woods." The show opens to the public on Saturday June 30th at 12 pm!

    June 17

  • Quilt National 19' Submissions are Open! • Meet our Jurors! • These talented individuals possess a wealth of knowledge about traditional and contemporary textiles and decades of collective experience with the artistic and technical aspects of this exciting art form. We are so pleased to have them as our Quilt National '19 jurors. Françoise Barnes: Born and educated in France, Françoise Barnes was always painting and drawing in her youth. After coming to the United States she took drawing classes at Ohio University. Shortly after, she discovered quilts, and while not interested in the sewing process, she however immediately saw the possibilities of designing her own and not replicating the traditional ones. It became a passion for her. During some 20 years she exhibited her art quilts, taught, juried and lectured in the US and abroad and is the co-founder of the prestigious Biennial “Quilt National”. Her art quilts are in many private and corporate collections such as General Electric, Aetna, Delaware Art Museum, Ohio Arts Council Permanent Collection, etc. Carolyn Ducey: Carolyn Ducey is Curator of Collections at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a position she has held since 1998. Ducey oversees the ongoing care and management of the IQSCM collection of more than 5200 quilts. She is co-editor of American Quilts in the Industrial Age: A Catalog of the IQSCM Collections, (February 2019). Ducey earned an M.A. in American Art History from Indiana University in 1998, and her Ph.D.in Textiles, Clothing & Design, with an emphasis in Quilt Studies at the University of Nebraska in 2010. Judy Kirpich: While Judy has always been interested in sewing it was only in 2005 that she discovered improvisational quilting and started her studies with renowned quilt artist, Nancy Crow. Judy started showing her work in 2011. Since that time Judy’s quilts have been seen in museums and quilt exhibitions in Europe, Asia, Australia and in the United States. She was awarded the prestigious Quilt National Japan Prize and joined a select group of artists showing their work in Mastery: Sustaining Momentum, a Nancy Crow curated show in May 2016. Her Conflict series quilts were shown at a one woman show at the Aughinbaugh Gallery in 2017. Her work can be seen at www.judykirpich.com • • • Submit or learn more today at http://quiltnational19.org/

    June 15

  • FYI - the website is giving a "500 Internal Server Error" 🙁

    June 15

  • WideOpen: Excellence in Photography, Call for Entry Open! • More on our sponsor, SONY: Sony’s "Alpha Universe" website (www.alphauniverse.com) is an online community site that serves as a window into the world of the Sony Alpha brand. Their mission is “to be the most engaging platform for visual content creators by empowering them to reach their full potential through education, inspiration, and innovation.” • Sony’s generous sponsorship has provided our Camera & Lens prize and an upcoming photography workshop at the Barn with Sony Artisan and WideOpen juror, Brooke Shaden. The WideOpen exhibition will also be featured in Sony's New York City gallery. • Only 2 weeks left until submissions close @ midnight on June 27! Submit today or learn more by visiting wideopendairybarn.artcall.org

    June 13

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