November 2020
Holiday Gallery Show
The ICA Holiday Gallery Show is up at our new location at 150 Willow Street in Bishop! Inyo artists have been busy these past several months, and we are excited to support them and offer great art to the public once more!

Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm. Masks are required at all times. We ask that you please maintain a physical distance of at least 6ft while in the building. For more information, please call us at (760) 873-8014 or email us at info@inyo.org.

Did you know?
Headed by School Arts Coordinator Erin Renee, Inyo Council for the Arts has been providing Inyo County schools with virtual art docents lessons! Although things look slightly different this school year, we are excited to continue educating students about art through this museum-like experience. The Inyo County Art Docent Program provides a sequential, interactive K-5th grade education in art history and artistic skills, allowing teachers and docents to address a significant part of the California Arts Standards. To learn more about our art docent program, visit our website here.
C5 Studios: Upcoming Workshop
Pinch Pot Critters!
A Clay Workshop for Kids and Adults with Diane Hedding
Saturday, November 21st, 2020
10.00am - 12.00pm

Get creative and make your very own pinch pot critter using a great basic clay technique called the pinch pot! Using air-drying clay and applying paint to finish and decorate, this workshop is a great introduction to clay techniques for kids and adults!

This workshop is for children aged 5+ and adults are welcome to participate too!

Diane will also be teaching another pinch pot workshop soon using clay that requires firing and exploring the use of glazes, aimed at older kids and adults so watch out for more info to come about that on the C5 Studios website!

This class is limited to 6 places and all participants must wear masks. Register here using C5 Studios' sliding scale payment structure. Click HERE for more info about the sliding scale payment structure. Click HERE for info about C5 Studios' COVID safety practices.
Wild Iris: Art for Healing
Please join Wild Iris Tuesdays at 6pm on Facebook Live for their Art for Healing group! No art skills necessary. Call the Wild Iris 24/7 hotline at 877-873-7384 if you need art materials. For more information, visit their Facebook page here.
Featured Artist: Ann Piersall Logan




Ann Piersall Logan lives in Bishop, California. Her bold landscape art is inspired by the colors, geometry, and adventures of the places that she loves.
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Calling All Artists

Are you a visual artist, musician, ceramist, poet, writer, filmmaker, actor, dancer, jewelry designer, woodworker, or fashion designer?

ICA is looking to feature local artists in our newsletter and on social media!

What we need:
- 2 photos of your work/performance/album cover/book cover
- Bio that is no more than 200 words
- Online presence links for audience to follow

Specs:

Photos: JPG or PNG – well-lit, no reflections, unnecessary elements cropped out.
Smallest dimension: 800px

Bio note: up to 200 words (what you do, your past work, what you are most proud of) Format: Word, Google doc, or plain text in the body of email

Online presence: Link to your website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud, Patreon, etc. Ways people can follow your work, commission, or buy work.

Submit to: info@inyo.org

If this doesn't seem like your cup of tea, swing on over to our website and check out the Artist Directory page. Please let us know if you would like to be featured on this page, and submit your details (name, medium, contact info, etc.) and a high-res photo here !

Artists will be featured in order in which their documentation is received. Submissions are published at Inyo Council for the Arts’ discretion. 

Stay tuned here in the email newsletter, on our Facebook / Instagram, and our website to check out everything ICA is up to throughout the year!

Inyo Council for the Arts
150 Willow Street
Bishop, California 93514

The gallery is temporarily closed.

(760) 873-8014 / www.inyo.org


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Inyo Council for the Arts (ICA) is a non-profit community-based organization that advances the arts in Inyo County through participation, education, and collaboration. Art enriches lives, creates a language that connects all people, and celebrates diverse cultures and historical heritages. ICA provides venues for artists to perform and share their work, and for the community to gather in appreciation of the arts.
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