MAA Monthly Membership Meetings are the 3rd Sunday of each month from September through May at 2:30 pm. We meet at Springhill Presbyterian Church in the Edington Building.
MAA meetings are open to all. You do not need to be a member to attend.
Springhill Presbyterian Church is located at 10 Westminster Way, between Bit and Spur Rd and Old Shell Road. Turn into the church on the East side and drive all the way around to the West side where you will see the Edington Building on the left. Parking is available on two sides of the building directly in front. The entrance to the building is clearly marked. We will be meeting in the common room in the center. You can see the common room when you come into the building.
Mobile Art Association Fall OPEN Juried Show
(Judged & Juried)
October 1 thru October 26th, 2018
Mobilia Art Center
612 Dauphin Street
Mobile, Alabama 36602
Friday, October 12, 2018
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
MAA President: Barbara Rettig
Exhibit Chair: Nancy Barry (email@example.com)
Exhibit Judge: Jerrod Partridge
A very special thank you to our show sponsor Greer's Markets!
THIS SHOW IS OPEN TO ALL. You do not have to be a member to enter.
Important Show Dates:
Sept 28 (Friday) – 2:30 until 4:30PM- Artwork to be submitted to the host venue at 612 Dauphin Street, Mobile
Sept 29 (Saturday) - 11 AM – 1:00 PM - Artwork to be submitted to the host venue as stated above.
Oct 12th (Friday) 11 AM - 2:00 PM - Opening Reception, during artwalk - Mobilia Art Center
Oct 26th (Friday) 3 until 5:00 PM Artwork to be picked up from Mobilia Art Center by artist or designated representative.
Oct 27th (Saturday) 10:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. – Artwork to be picked up from Mobilia Art Center by artist or designated representative.
For Full Rules and Entry Procedures of the MAA Fall 2018 Members Show , please find the entire Fall 2018 Show Prospectus, Entry and New Member forms on the Documents page of this website and on the Mobile Art Association Facebook Member Page.
For additional info or questions, contact Show Chair Nancy Barry (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ABOUT OUR JUDGE
Jerrod Partridge - Judge/Juror 2018 MAA Fall Open Juried Show
Jerrod is a full-time studio artist and workshop instructor in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. His work can be seen by appointment at his studio in Ocean Springs; Southside Gallery in Oxford, Mississippi; and Fischer Galleries in Jackson, Mississippi. Jerrod and his wife Jessie, owner of Maidenhair Floral, lead a creative life together with their three young children. Jerrod earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from the New York Academy of Art in 2004. During his undergraduate years studying graphic design at Mississippi College he also spent a semester in London, England studying art history. Jerrod is a 2011-2012 recipient of a Visual Arts Fellowship from the Mississippi Arts Commission, and was named distinguished Alumnus of the Year for the Mississippi College Department of Art in 2017. He and his wife lead Visual Explorations to Tuscany, Italy each summer. He is also owner and co-creator of Art Space 86 which uses events to provide opportunities for artists and enrich communities through art. Jerrod and his artwork have been featured in Portico Jackson Magazine, Northside Sun, Find it in Fondren, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, Number: Inc Arts Journal, Magnolia Magazine, Northeast Ledger, Madison Magazine, and the Scott County Times.
Trey Oliver Bio
Noah Price Oliver, III or “Trey” started his art venture Noah’s Art Driftwood Décor & More late in life at age 53. It began and grew from his admiration of driftwood found on isolated beaches. Delving into mixed media, 3D, painting nautical scenes on driftwood, acrylic and some oil paintings on canvas Trey has sold over 200 pieces of art in the past six years. Trey has taken classes for 18 months under Devlin Wilson and has taken classes from Cat Pope and Ben Kaiser.
Now a member of the Mobilia Art Center, formerly the old Cathedral Square Art Gallery Trey is currently hosting monthly Art Clinics with guest speakers and performers sharing their knowledge as two to three visual artists paint live on stage as a back drop.
His day job as Warden of Metro Jail carries a fair amount of stress and tension. “Art is how I take the edge off” he joked. “Besides my golf swing really sucks!”
MAA Monthly Meeting
Sunday, September 16th - 2:30 p.m.
Trey Oliver will our Speaker