Artist Demonstrating Abstract in Santa Rita Art League's Studio

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Members of the Santa Rita Art League have access to dedicated art studio space at the Santa Rita Springs Social Center. The studio is equipped with easels, a robust library of art-related books and DVDs, work tables, a photocopier, a mat cutter and more. 

 

To see when a monitor is in the studio, select the "Studio Schedule" button on the Home page. Our studio is open to the extent that members have volunteered to be trained as a studio monitor and have put themselves on the schedule. If you're willing to be a monitor, feel free to let us know by using the Contact form on the Home page. 

Members are expected to abide by rules when using the studio. Click below to access a copy of the studio rules.

 

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Ladies Lunch

by Layne Cook

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We Shall Find Our Wings

by Susan Werner

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EXHIBITS

Members of the Santa Rita Art League can submit artwork for various SRAL exhibits. Historically, most exhibits have been held in GVR social centers. Some shows are open, some are juried and some are judged. Starting in 2021, we began holding virtual exhibitions thereby expanding our reach to a world audience. 

 

Exhibitions are made possible because of the willingness of our members to volunteer to help with the show. If you are willing to help with a show in the future, feel free to let us know by completing the contact form on the Home page.

Members are expected to comply with criteria when submitting artwork for an exhibition. Click below to access a copy of the exhibition criteria.

As visual artists it is in our best interest to educate ourselves about copyright law. We hope you find these resources helpful in that endeavor.

 

The US Copyright Office

https://www.copyright.gov/

 

(helpful links at their site)

https://www.copyright.gov/what-is-copyright/ 

https://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-fairuse.html#howmuch

 

The Copyright Society of the USA

"Advancing the Study and Understanding of Copyright Law Since 1953"

https://www.csusa.org/

 

(helpful links at their site)

https://www.csusa.org/page/FAQs

http://www.copyrightkids.org/cbasicsframes.htm