SARTQ: HERE AND NOW Public Reception, Downtown Sarasota August 15, 2015 (6 – 9pm); A contemporary art exhibition featuring Sarasota’s favorite visual art collective.

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YOU ARE INVITED TO SARTQ’S FIRST EXHIBITION IN 3 YEARS!



NEWS RELEASE:

SARTQ: HERE AND NOW

Public Reception, Downtown Sarasota

August 15, 2015 (6 – 9pm) 

A contemporary art exhibition featuring Sarasota’s favorite visual art collective.
MEDIA CONTACT: TIM JAEGER

co-founder/artist, SARTQ

[email protected]

August 14 – 29, 2015        

SARTQ: Here and Now

1549 State Street

Sarasota, FL 34236

SARASOTA: SARTQ, Sarasota’s local popular artist collective has reemerged. After the success of SARTQ’s annual fundraising event last March, a T-Shirt Screen-printing Party, the now redesigned 501c3 network of accomplished Sarasota and Manatee artists is pleased to present their first exhibition of the 2015 season in the heart of downtown Sarasota.

The exhibition, Here and Now, highlights 16 local artists and the common thread that binds them together. The artists will exhibit an arrangement of contemporary art of the highest caliber including a vast array of artistic mediums, concepts, subject matter.  From watercolor and photorealism to abstract math art, there is something for all attendees with any kind of background in the visual arts. 

Featured artists include: Andrew Long, Cassia Kite, Caui Lofgren, Daniel Miller, Elena De La Ville, Javier Rodriguez, Jenny Medved, Laine Nixon, Larry Forgard, Morgan Janssen, Natalya Swanson, Nathan Wilson, Noelle McCleaf, Steven Strenk, Tim Jaeger, Zachary Gilliland, and curated by Tampa based art writer and critic Danny Olda

[SPECIAL EVENTS]

Saturday August 15, 6-9 pm. Free public opening reception

[CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION]

Phone: Tim Jaeger, 941.400.0598

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.sartq.org

Hours: 11am – 4 pm, Tuesday-Saturday       

[LOCATION]  The SARTQ: Here and Now exhibition is located at 1549 State Street in the heart of downtown Sarasota, just next door (east) of State of the Arts Gallery and the State Street Eating House.  With the newly opened State Street parking garage just across the street the front doors, there is ample parking for everyone.

[SARTQ EXHIBITIONS] All SARTQ exhibitions and presentations (and most of our special events) are free and open to the public.  This exhibition is suitable for all ages and accessible to everyone in the community.





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