Members in the News:
Interview with John W. Clark, ASAA
ASAA 2020 Forum and Exhibition Has Been Cancelled
Dear ASAA members, We regret to inform you that the 2020 art exhibition and forum in Savannah, Georgia has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some important details to be aware of:
Virtual Exhibition 2020: The ASAA board is looking to offer a virtual exhibition for 2020. This opens the door to reach a greater audience as we look into expanding our visibility through the use of social media. You will be receiving an email from our exhibition chair, Michael O’Neal, as to the details concerning interest, handling of the 2020 call for entry fees, and all other matters pertaining to a virtual show.
Hotel Reservations: The hotel block is canceled, but if you’ve already made reservations, you will need to call the hotel directly to cancel.
Hotel Information: Best Western Plus Savannah Airport Inn and Suites, 155 Bourne Ave., Pooler GA, 31322. Phone: 912-330-0330.
Forum Registration Fees: If you paid online, you will be receiving a refund. If you sent a check, I will destroy it. Please let me know ASAP if you would prefer I send it back.We are sad to put off our ASAA reunion, but given the severity of the virus and the instability of the situation this far, the board unanimously stands behind this decision. We are doing what we can to provide more opportunities for our members to gather and share talent and friendship. Until then, follow the guidelines for staving the virus, take some deep breaths, hug your loved ones, and stay well.
All our best,
Our plan is to honor the
Mighty Eighth in 2021 with a fantastic showing of healthy artists and amazing artwork.
East Coast Regional Meeting has been cancelled
As waves of closures sweep the country and more talk is being heard about the importance of “flattening the curve” it seems as though the inevitable has reached our doorstep, and we must make the difficult decision to cancel this year’s East Coast Regional. In the meantime—“Isolation? You mean stay in my studio and paint? Well, OKAY! If that’s how it must be.