Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Group Critiques at Palma Gallery

Do you miss the days of those fiery art school critiques?
Do you find yourself alone in your studio wanting to connect with other artists in the New Orleans area but don’t know how?
Do you need serious criticism of your work, and ready to deal with it?

Then come to Palma Gallery every second Tuesday of the month for a group critique.

Recognizing a need within the New Orleans art community for more opportunities for artist to meet and discuss their work, Palma Gallery wishes to provide a space where artists can meet and have an informal, critical discussion about new works.

Contact Palma Gallery (504)598-2276 or go to for more information.

Where: Palma Gallery, 828 Howard Ave., near Lee Circle, just past Carondelet heading towards the Super Dome.

When: Second Tuesday of each month, 6-9pm. Free Admission.

Who: Serious artists, professional artists, emerging artists, college level art students.

You are invited to bring a maximum of two works to the critique. As many works will be critiqued as possible, but please remember, time restraints may limit the number of artists that can be critiqued in a given evening. All attendees are invited to participate in the critique of presented works, and the critique will be moderated by the gallery director.

Palma Gallery wishes to create an environment where criticisms, views and opinions about presented works are freely and enthusiastically discussed. A lively, spirited critique will be encouraged, but rude and inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated.

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