All Cape Cod 2017
March 31: JPEGs due by this date
April 14: Notification of acceptance
May 8: Receiving Day-MONDAY-Art work may be hand
delivered between 9:00am-4:00pm
May 5: Work being shipped must arrive by this date and no
earlier than April 28
May 11: Exhibit Reception
Thursday 5:00pm -7:00pm
Reception Awards ceremony 6:00pm
June 5: Pick up day 9:00am-4:00pm
Pastel landscape artist Donna Rossetti-Bailey of Marshfield, MA has been teaching for 43 years since graduating from Boston University’s School of Fine Arts in 1974. She taught in the award winning art program of the Rockland Public Schools for twenty-three years, before she started teaching pastel painting and drawing classes to adults at North River Arts Association, South Shore Art Center and other local arts organizations twenty years ago. Donna also instructs workshops at the national, regional and local levels. She has won numerous awards for her soft pastel paintings and is a member of several local and national art associations, including having been elected to signature membership in many of them. Donna received the prestigious Masters Circle Award from the International Association of Pastel Societies in June 2015 and was awarded Master Artist status from the Cape Cod Art Association in 2016.
Catherine Hunter is an Independent Museum Consultant with 20 years experience as a curator and exhibition designer. She has worked with historic and contemporary art collections at the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH; Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA; Historic Highfield, Falmouth, MA; Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA; and the Museum of Fine Arts, Department of Textiles, Boston, MA.
Cassandra Goldwater is a photographer and mixed media artist with a MFA from Lesley University in creative nonfiction and photography. Her work has been exhibited in the Atelier shows and Lafayette City Center Passage Gallery of the Griffin Museum of Photography, Lexington Arts and Crafts Society Open Studios, and the In-Sight Photography Project Auction in Vermont to support photographic education. She started a Photography Guild at the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society and was on the Board of the Griffin Museum of Photography. At Lesley University, she was an adjunct professor in Humanities and mentor for MFA students.