“Looking Forward – Glancing Back” is Multi Media Exhibition and Charitable Fundraiser Not to Be Missed

The Armory Art Center announces the opening of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA) Florida Chapter’s multi-media exhibition “Looking Forward-Glancing Back” and its “6 x 6 Scholarship Fundraising Project.”  The exhibition, which begins on March 9th and runs through April 11, 2015, takes place in the Armory’s Montgomery Hall Gallery with an Opening Reception to be held on Friday, March 13, 2015, 6‐8PM. Scholarship winners’ works will be part of the exhibit, and they will receive their scholarships at the opening reception.  One will be the “Scholarship for Excellence in the Fine Arts in Memory of Rita Schwartz” given by her family. Rita was an active member of NAWA for many years and her family is carrying on her legacy by donating this scholarship. The Rickie Report gives you a glimpse at a few exhibited pieces and urges you to check out the 6 x 6 Project artwork available at $50. and the Scholarship winners!

 

 

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N.A.W.A., FL.Chapter

presents

LOOKING FORWARD-GLANCING BACK

and

6” x 6” Fundraiser

Opening Reception:

Friday, March 13, 2015 6-8pm

Exhibit takes place: March 7-April 11, 2015

Exhibitions are Free and Open to the Public

Wine, Hors D’oeuvres Will be Served

Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 Saturday 9 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Armory Art Center | Montgomery Hall

1700 Parker Ave. W.Palm Beach, FL 33401

 

 

 

 

 

"Ocean Revisited" Triptych by Roxene Sloate

“Ocean Revisited” Triptych by Roxene Sloate

 

“The Looking Forward-Glancing Back” Exhibition Chair, Beth Scher, is among the impressive artists whose work will be exhibited. Her powerful embroidered portraits of female soldiers appeared as a Cover Story in the Huffington Post. Denise Philipbar, the Juror for the show, is an artist, critic and curator living in the Washington DC metro area, who holds an MFA in painting from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

 

"Blue Ridge" by Carolyn Barth

“Blue Ridge” by Carolyn Barth

 

 

In addition to this excellent exhibition, NAWA’s Scholarship Fundraiser is being held during the Opening Reception. Artist Cynthia Maronet is delighted to be coordinating NAWA Florida’s second 6 x 6 Project that celebrates members’ talent and the extraordinary Scholarship Program. Artist members create paintings, collages, or mixed media works on 6” x 6” canvases, which go on sale for $50 each.

 

Emalee Andre

Painting by Emalee Andre

 

 

These artworks donated by the artists are an investment in the lives of young female artists. The Scholarship Committee selects three young women from the 2015 graduating class of the Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach. Each will receive a $2000 scholarship and the opportunity to have their work exhibited at the Armory during the “Looking Forward‐Glancing Back” Exhibition.

 

"Urban Garden" by Helene Kleiner

“Urban Garden” by Helene Kleiner

Established in 1889, NAWA is the oldest professional women’s fine arts group in the United States. Founded in New York City, the not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization fosters public awareness and empowers, supports, and encourages women artists. The Florida Chapter of NAWA was the first regional chapter in the country. All artists wishing to join the Florida Chapter must first be juried into the Association Headquarters in New York City. 

 

 

Watercolor by Harriet Waldman

Watercolor by Harriet Waldman

 

 

NAWA welcomes applications from professional women artists as well as emerging and student artists who are U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents, 18 years of age or older. To learn more about this prestigious organization visit www.nawafl.com, and please attend the Armory reception on March 13th.

 

 

 

"Epic" by Hilary Pulitzer

“Epic” by Hilary Pulitzer

 

 

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Art Reception At Palm Beach International Airport

Art at the Airport Sells! Don’t miss the opportunity to MEET THE ARTISTS whose work is currently hanging. The public is invited to the Reception on Wednesday, March 4th, 5:30-7:30pm. Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) has become a premiere venue to showcase quality, original artworks by Palm Beach County’s finest emerging and professional artists. Get the details here and apply for the next exhibit!!!!!

 

 

PALM  BEACH  COUNTY

ART   IN   PUBLIC   PLACES

MEET THE ARTISTS

Wednesday, March 4th

5:30 – 7:30 pm

Palm Beach International Airport

Level 2

Park in Short Term Lot

 

 

 

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“Black on White” by Diane DeQuevedo Klein (Boca Raton)  Photograph on Metal

Palm Beach International Airport (PBIA) has become a premiere venue to showcase quality, original artworks by Palm Beach County’s finest emerging and professional artists.  This exhibition is located on Level 2, across from Sam Snead’s restaurant and bar, the Visitor’s Lounge, and mini putting green.

 

 

ART AT THE AIRPORT SELLS!

As a major gateway to South Florida, PBIA receives an average of 500,000 travelers per month. Of local, national and international origin, travelers frequently purchase works featured in “Art at the Airport” exhibitions.
· Artists have sold work in every show for the past five years
· Artists keep 100% of income from sales
· Art seen by travelers and locals result in commissions and sales of additional work by featured artists

 

EXHIBITION PROMOTION

 

Artists accepted into “Art at the Airport” exhibitions are featured on Palm Beach County’s Art in Public Places and the PBIA websites. In addition, the County’s Public Art Program broadly promotes “Art at the Airport” exhibitions and receptions to diverse media outlets and to the more than one thousand local artists and arts supporters in the County’s Artist Registry.

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Elayna Toby Singer, Art in Public Places Administrator

Phone: (561) 233-0235,

esinger@pbcgov.org
Palm Beach County Art in Public Places
2633 Vista Parkway, West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Ph (561) 233-0235 Fax (561) 233-0206
http://www.pbcgov.com/fdo/ART

 

 

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Imagine a World Without Discrimination? ADL is Here to Help

The media is filled with stories of hate crimes and bullying.  For 100 years, the Anti-Defamation League has given support to victims and looked to educate the community to and would-be perpetrators.  The Florida Chapter, in partnership with the Armory Art Center, is exhibiting art works based on the ADL mission statement.  The Rickie Report was privileged to send out a Call to Artists for this exhibit.  We urge you to see this powerful art show and take part in the art sale.  If you cannot attend, you can still bid on art pieces!  There are more details in this article.

 

 

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ArtWorks is the first Florida annual art exhibition, fundraiser and silent auction highlighting the mission and impact of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).  Presented by ADL Florida’s Wolff Leadership, ArtWorks is an art exhibition, fundraiser and silent auction that will highlight the impact of ADL as seen through the eyes of today’s leading and emerging artists.

Glass by AMy Reshefsky

Glass by Amy Reshefsky

 

 

 

Each piece of art work – painting, photography, mixed media or sculpture – focuses on one or more aspects of ADL’s mission. Each artist was chosen to create a piece of art that shares their perspective on the mission of ADL. All artwork will be included in a silent auction where guests can bid on the work.   For more information, please visit Paddle 8  website http://paddle8.com/auctions/adlflorida  Bid now, before the art piece you want is sold!

Graphic by Judith Eisinger

“Lost Souls” by Judith Eisinger

The panel of judges included:  Arthur H. Jaffe, Ph.D.  Professor Emeritus, Jaffe Center for Book Arts;  Talya Lerman Director of  Education, Armory Arts Center;  Ellen E. Roberts, Ph.D., Harold and Anne Berkley Smith Curator of American Art Norton Museum of Art.

 

Painting by Ruth Salton

“Woman with Two Children” by Ruth Salton

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BuRvfrhnsRI

 

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the U.S. and abroad through information, education, legislation, and advocacy. ADL serves as a resource for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public. The League:

  • scrutinizes and exposes extremists and hate groups
  • monitors hate on the Internet
  • provides expertise on domestic and international terrorism
  • probes the roots of hatred
  • develops and delivers educational programs
  • fosters interfaith/intergroup relations
  • mobilizes communities to stand up against bigotry
  • defends the security of Israel and Jews worldwide
  • maintains a comprehensive and up-to-date Web site

Anti-Semitism, Racism And Bigotry

  • In the forefront of the fight against anti-Semitism, challenges American and world leaders and the United Nations to take action against anti-Jewish bigotry and violence, and exposes and condemns attacks on Jews
  • Through a comprehensive Web site and publications, provides the knowledge and tools to counteract anti-Semitism, hatred and intolerance
  • America’s prime resource for information on and responses to bigotry
  • Collects and carefully evaluates a vast amount of information on anti-Semites, racists and extremists and provides a yearly analysis of anti-Jewish activities in an annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents
  • Through the polling of American and other nations’ attitudes toward Jews, remains in the forefront of gauging anti-Semitism at home and abroad

Extremism

  • Monitors, analyzes and exposes an entire range of extremists from the obscure to the more prominent.  Issues Extremism in America: A Guide, an encyclopedia of American extremists that is continually updated
  • Law Enforcement Agency Resource Network is a comprehensive, frequently updated informational resource for law enforcement personnel engaged in combating hate groups, hate crimes and hate symbols

Identifying And Combating Hate

Leading the efforts to deter and counter hate-motivated crimes, the League drafted model hate crimes legislation in 1981, covering all hate crimes.  Forty-five states have since enacted laws based on or similar to the model, which was unanimously deemed constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1993.

For more than 13 years, ADL led a broad coalition of groups working in Washington, DC, to enact the federal Matthew Shepard James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act (HCPA), which was signed into law in October 2009.

  • As part of a joint effort, formed Partners Against Hate to provide outreach, education and training in techniques to prevent juvenile hate-related behavior
  • Maintains an extensive online visual database of extremist symbols, logos and tattoos

Education

  • Works to further the mission of combating hate through education.  Its award-winning A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute programs provide anti-bias education and training with curriculums and materials available for pre-K through university students, community groups, corporations, civic associations, religious organizations and law enforcement agencies
  • Supports Holocaust awareness and education through its Braun Holocaust Institute and the Hidden Child Foundation/ADL®

Religious Freedom

  • Regards the separation of church and state as essential to preserving religious freedom in our increasingly pluralistic society.  Engaged in action to safeguard religious liberty throughout society, including in the workplace and classroom

Interfaith Affairs

  • Builds and maintains relationships and dialogue with international, national and local religious leaders of all faiths. Monitors and attempts to resolve interfaith issues, and helps educate non-Jewish religious leaders about Jewish history, theology and philosophy
  • Through the Bearing Witness™ program, a partnership with The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Archdiocese of Washington, provides Catholic school educators with the training and resources necessary to teach their students about anti-Semitism and the Holocaust

International Affairs

  • Monitors and combats global anti-Semitism and extremism and promotes the security and well-being of Jewish communities around the world.  Provides expertise to governments and non-government institutions worldwide
  • A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute anti-bias training programs exist in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Italy and the Netherlands, reaching educators, and law enforcement professionals.  Youth in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Austria and the United Kingdom have participated in peer-training programs
  • Maintains an office in Israel

 

Israel

  • Supports the Jewish state by advocating for Israel, and explaining political and security issues and the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian/Israel-Arab conflict with U.S. policymakers, the media and the public through programs, publications and contact with officials
  • Jerusalem Office hosts fact-finding missions to Israel and provides expertise on anti-bias training for Israeli educational, military and law enforcement institutions

 

The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913 “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Now the nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.

A leader in the development of materials, programs and services, ADL builds bridges of communication, understanding and respect among diverse groups, carrying out its mission through a network of 27 Regional and Satellite Offices in the United States and an office in Israel.

For more information about the event and register go to the web site: www.adl.org/FloridaArtWorksADL  or contact Patricia Gottenger 561-512-0073

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact The Rickie Report at:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

ADL’s Art Exhibit: Imagine a World Without Hate…Be Seen. Make a STATEMENT. Make a DIFFERENCE!

As the Anti-Defimation League turns 100, the FL Chapter reached out to the entire community to create art based on its mission statement.  The Rickie Report was privileged to send out a Call to Artists for this exhibit.  In recent years, the ADL has sponsored Art Contests with a focus on Anti-Bullying as well as other discrimination issues.  This article shares the names of the 36 artists whose work has been accepted and will be auctioned off to benefit the programs ADL offers.  We hope you will learn more about ADL’s mission and read the details of this exhibit at the Armory Art Center.  This promises to be a powerful exhibit! 

ArtWorks is the first Florida annual art exhibition, fundraiser and silent auction highlighting the mission and impact of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).  Presented by ADL Florida’s Wolff Leadership, ArtWorks is an art exhibition, fundraiser and silent auction that will highlight the impact of ADL as seen through the eyes of today’s leading and emerging artists.

 Artist promo poster-1

Each piece of art work – painting, photography, mixed media or sculpture – focuses on one or more aspects of ADL’s mission. Each artist was chosen to create a piece of art that shares their perspective on the mission of ADL. All artwork will be included in a silent auction where guests can bid on the work.

 
The respectable panel of judges included:  Arthur H. Jaffe, Ph.D.  Professor Emeritus, Jaffe Center for Book Arts;  Talya Lerman Director of  Education, Armory Arts Center;  Ellen E. Roberts, Ph.D., Harold and Anne Berkley Smith Curator of American Art Norton Museum of Art.

The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913 “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Now the nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.

A leader in the development of materials, programs and services, ADL builds bridges of communication, understanding and respect among diverse groups, carrying out its mission through a network of 27 Regional and Satellite Offices in the United States and an office in Israel.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BuRvfrhnsRI

 

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the U.S. and abroad through information, education, legislation, and advocacy. ADL serves as a resource for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public. The League:

  • scrutinizes and exposes extremists and hate groups
  • monitors hate on the Internet
  • provides expertise on domestic and international terrorism
  • probes the roots of hatred
  • develops and delivers educational programs
  • fosters interfaith/intergroup relations
  • mobilizes communities to stand up against bigotry
  • defends the security of Israel and Jews worldwide
  • maintains a comprehensive and up-to-date Web site

Anti-Semitism, Racism And Bigotry

  • In the forefront of the fight against anti-Semitism, challenges American and world leaders and the United Nations to take action against anti-Jewish bigotry and violence, and exposes and condemns attacks on Jews
  • Through a comprehensive Web site and publications, provides the knowledge and tools to counteract anti-Semitism, hatred and intolerance
  • America’s prime resource for information on and responses to bigotry
  • Collects and carefully evaluates a vast amount of information on anti-Semites, racists and extremists and provides a yearly analysis of anti-Jewish activities in an annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents
  • Through the polling of American and other nations’ attitudes toward Jews, remains in the forefront of gauging anti-Semitism at home and abroad

Extremism

  • Monitors, analyzes and exposes an entire range of extremists from the obscure to the more prominent.  Issues Extremism in America: A Guide, an encyclopedia of American extremists that is continually updated
  • Law Enforcement Agency Resource Network is a comprehensive, frequently updated informational resource for law enforcement personnel engaged in combating hate groups, hate crimes and hate symbols

Identifying And Combating Hate

Leading the efforts to deter and counter hate-motivated crimes, the League drafted model hate crimes legislation in 1981, covering all hate crimes.  Forty-five states have since enacted laws based on or similar to the model, which was unanimously deemed constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1993.

For more than 13 years, ADL led a broad coalition of groups working in Washington, DC, to enact the federal Matthew Shepard James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act (HCPA), which was signed into law in October 2009.

  • As part of a joint effort, formed Partners Against Hate to provide outreach, education and training in techniques to prevent juvenile hate-related behavior
  • Maintains an extensive online visual database of extremist symbols, logos and tattoos

Education

  • Works to further the mission of combating hate through education.  Its award-winning A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute programs provide anti-bias education and training with curriculums and materials available for pre-K through university students, community groups, corporations, civic associations, religious organizations and law enforcement agencies
  • Supports Holocaust awareness and education through its Braun Holocaust Institute and the Hidden Child Foundation/ADL®

Religious Freedom

  • Regards the separation of church and state as essential to preserving religious freedom in our increasingly pluralistic society.  Engaged in action to safeguard religious liberty throughout society, including in the workplace and classroom

Interfaith Affairs

  • Builds and maintains relationships and dialogue with international, national and local religious leaders of all faiths. Monitors and attempts to resolve interfaith issues, and helps educate non-Jewish religious leaders about Jewish history, theology and philosophy
  • Through the Bearing Witness™ program, a partnership with The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Archdiocese of Washington, provides Catholic school educators with the training and resources necessary to teach their students about anti-Semitism and the Holocaust

Israel

  • Supports the Jewish state by advocating for Israel, and explaining political and security issues and the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian/Israel-Arab conflict with U.S. policymakers, the media and the public through programs, publications and contact with officials
  • Jerusalem Office hosts fact-finding missions to Israel and provides expertise on anti-bias training for Israeli educational, military and law enforcement institutions

International Affairs

  • Monitors and combats global anti-Semitism and extremism and promotes the security and well-being of Jewish communities around the world.  Provides expertise to governments and non-government institutions worldwide
  • A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute anti-bias training programs exist in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Italy and the Netherlands, reaching educators, and law enforcement professionals.  Youth in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Austria and the United Kingdom have participated in peer-training programs
  • Maintains an office in Israel

 

 For more information about the event and register go to the web site: www.adl.org/FloridaArtWorksADL  or contact Patricia Gottenger 561-512-0073

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact The Rickie Report at:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

 

 

Multi-Media Art Exhibit Presented by NAWA – “Image Makers,GardensArt”

 The Rickie Report hopes you will come to see “Image Makers”, a multi-media art exhibition being presented by the The National Association Of Women Artists, Florida Chapter. Among them are local artists of national renown.  How exciting to have this exhibit so close by in Palm Beach Gardens!  

NAWA, FL Chapter Presents

 

IMAGE MAKERS, GardensArt


November 30, 2012 to January 10, 2013

Palm Beach Gardens City Hall

10500 N. Military Trail

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

 

Opening Reception is Open to the Public – December 7, 2012 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Gallery Viewing Hours are Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

The National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) announces their season premiere exhibition with “Image Makers, GardensArt”.  Artists have prepared 6″x6″ canvases which will be for sale during the show.  Proceeds go toward their scholarship program for high school art students.

Grace Fishenfeld’s “Caravaggio”

 

A special award has been added!  One of the artists will be chosen to have a One person show for GardensArt, which will be selected by GardensArt supervisor, Amy Stepper.  Juror, Victoria Skinner, Visual Artist and Adjunct Professor at Florida Atlantic University will award cash Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Judge’s Recognition.

Betty Usdan Zwickler’s “My Father’s Threads”

The National Association Of Women Artists, (NAWA)  is the oldest professional women’s art association in the USA. The Florida Chapter is its only regional chapter in the country.  Member’s art work is juried into the association at headquarters in New York City.

Hilary Pulitzer’s “Kitchen Beauty”

MISSION STATEMENT

” The purpose of the Association is to promote culture and education in the visual arts through exhibitions of its members’ works, lectures, art demonstrations, scholarships, awards and other educational programs. Association shall foster public awareness of and interest in works of art with emphases on fine art created by women. It will encourage new emerging artists through all appropriate means”

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS, FLORIDA CHAPTER INC.

On January 6, 1995, the first and only chapter of this prestigious art association was founded in Florida by Liana Moonie, of Palm Beach and Connecticut, a past president of National, along with Madeline Weiss, of West Palm Beach, the first local president of N.A.W.A. Florida Chapter. The Florida Chapter carries out the mission of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. with regional exhibitions, seminars and other educational activities as well as sponsoring annual scholarships for talented High School art students toward the college of their choice. Our exhibition venues have included the Armory Art Center, Northwood University, and Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens in West Palm Beach, Coral Springs Museum of Art, Gardensart at Palm Beach Gardens City Hall, The Cornell Museum of Art and History, Delray Beach, the Capital Building Gallery in Tallahassee and various Northern Trust Banks throughout the state.

For further information, email NAWA Headquarters at office@thenawa.org or Anica Shpilberg, NAWA/FL Membership- anica@shpilberg.com or check out their website: www.thenawa.org

 

 

For coverage of your events, to place an advertisement, or speak to Rickie about appearing in The Rickie Report, contact The Rickie Report at:

Rickie Leiter, Publisher

The Rickie Report

P.O.Box 33423

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420

Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291