Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Updating the IGA database

The Irvington Guild of Artists is updating our data base and we need your help. We now have a student intern (yay!) and she may be calling you soon to confirm the info we have and to update info.  It will take less than 2 minutes.  Or, we may send you a brochure and ask for info updates that you can then snail-mail back.  Or, you can just email us at or We'd love to have your email, phone, Facebook, Twitter info and would really love to have you renew your membership.  (No worries, your info is safe with us.) Your membership directly supports the art events that the Irvington Guild of Artists sponsor.  You know the ones: the Art Walk in June, Creative Art Camp, Walk in the Park, the Collector's Show and more! So, looking forward to connecting  with you soon!

Saturday, January 2, 2010

First Exhibit of the New Year!

Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts

New works by INvision: Alliance of Photographic Artists

On View: January 11 – March 27, 2010 at the Bona Thompson Memorial Center

Hours: Wednesday 1 – 3pm; Saturday and Sunday 1 – 4pm, and by appt.

Reception: Jan. 15, 5:30 – 8pm; casseroles will be served.

Open First Fridays: February 5 and March 5 from 5:30 – 8pm.

Free admission to all events and open to the public

Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts contains new works by INvision artists, including works using historic processes and digital technology. Artworks will include imagery concerning ideas about architecture, the landscape, and portraiture. The artists will be at the reception on January 15 from 5:30 to 8:00pm to meet with patrons. Join the artists to enjoy the artwork, good food, including casseroles, and lively conversation.

Casserole: A Mixture of Photographic Thoughts is presented with support from the Irvington Guild of Artists and the Irvington Historical Society.

About the organizations:

INvision: Alliance of Photographic Artists has been meeting together to promote and advance the art of photography since the mid 1990’s. INvision provides a platform for photographic discourse in order to encourage the artistic growth of its members and to enrich the lives of interested people through the experience of photography. Members are from many walks of life and find that art photography is the creative outlet that feeds their soul. Patrons will find a diverse group of image-making techniques and imagery from the members of INvision as each photographer shares their unique vision about this world in which we live.

It is the MISSION of the Irvington Guild of Artists to promote Irvington as a center for advancement of the arts by educating, sponsoring art exhibitions, and assisting the development of artists in their media.