September 2019 - "Your Best Shot" Opening Reception September 6, 2019 5-8pm Exhibit runs through September 29, 2019
The Southern Shore Art Gallery is presenting the Annual Photography Exhibit!
Southern Shore Art Association is pleased to announce their annual September photography exhibit, "YOUR BEST SHOT" that will feature over fifteen regional photographers with a variety of backgrounds. The exhibit will open with a First Friday reception as part of the Uptown Arts District First Friday event on September 6th from 5 to 8pm, and will run through September 29th.
The exhibit is juried by Trent Albert, a graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago and owner of Albert Photographic in Chesterton.
Awards include Best in Show The Paul Dunne Memorial Award, an annual award set forth by one of the founding members of SSAA. The Paul Dunne Award includes an award of $100.00. Awards for the following Categories will be presented: Best People/Portrait, Best Nature/Animal, Best Still Life, Best Scenic/Landscape/Seascape, Best Building/Structure
"Your Best Shot" at Southern Shore Art Association Gallery, 724 Franklin St., Michigan City, will be open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m., through September 29. Refreshments will be served at the First Friday opening.
The SSAA Gift Shop offers a variety of cards, ceramics, printed scarves, bags and pillow covers all created by local artists. Bring your shopping list as you're sure to find something wonderful! Browse the selection of books by local authors.
Southern Shore Art Association is a non-profit gallery supporting local artists throughout the Michiana area. Gallery hours are Friday, Saturday and Sundays from noon to 5pm. All are welcome free of charge. Join us in Michigan City's historic Uptown Arts District. The Gallery is located at 724 Franklin Street, Michigan City, IN. For more information, visit the SSAA website at www.SouthernShoreArtAssociation.com or visit the SSAA Facebook page
October Exhibit -Weather: Sun, Rain, Snow, Wind, Clouds This exhibit will depict weather as a major factor. A sunny day at the lake, a child stomping in a puddle, the aftermath of a flood or blizzard, snow covered trees, a person walking into the wind or a kite flying high are only a few possibilities. See the "Call for Artists" in this edition for more information!