1:00 PM13:00

Call for Art - Gallery 111

For all ICB Artists participating in Marin Open Studios

Intake: Tuesday, April 24th, 1-4pm

Pick Up: Monday, May 14th, 4pm

Size: 30” maximum in any direction

Information Needed:
Please attached a notecard to your piece with the following info: price, size, medium, studio number, contact info Optional - you may add bio or studio info to be hung with your piece - one half page maximum (approx. 5x8)

3D Artists: Please provide a pedestal or hanging instructions

Looking forward to seeing some amazing work!

Any questions? Please contact Georgette gette@gette.com

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7:00 PM19:00

figure drawing night

Figure Drawing Night Returns! Starting April 10, and continuing the second Tuesday of every month from 7-10pm (except May due to MOS). Bring your own supplies, easel and/or table and chair to Studio 300. Cost is approximately $20. Signup in advance, as seating is limited to 12 people. Email nance.miller@yahoo.com to reserve your spot, or signup on sheet outside Studio 300. Feel free to bring a snack and/or wine to share... :) Wash up will be in the nearby bathroom (no sink in the room). Sonia is our first model.

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12:00 PM12:00


Artist, speaker and marketing coach, John Kraft, will present this seminar in Gallery 111. No fee for ICBAA members, $20 for non-members.

The presentation will cover:

  • The myths associated with email marketing for artists
  • The elements of effective emails that build your brand and drive sales
  • A step-by-step guide to creating an email using the popular email platform, MailChimp
  • Discussion of where and how email should fit in your overall marketing plan
  • Timelines for mailings to promote shows
  • Live Q&A.
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4:00 PM16:00


Led by Glenn Brill. A past Professor at San Francisco State University, Brill has also taught at California College of the Arts, San Francisco Art Institute and University of California @ Hayward. He has worked for some of the premier art material companies as Director of Education, helping to develop and test oil and acrylic paints, brushes, canvas, paper, and drawing materials. Author of “Beyond the Brush” and co-author of “The Acrylic Handbook”. His artworks are in the permanent collections of the Archives of American Art, Brooklyn Museum, San Jose Museum and Phoenix Art Museum. Open to ICBAA members only.

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