Yucaipa Public Arts Committee is hosting art exhibition

Juried art exhibition at the YPAC August 5 with artwork submissions by July 7.

Yucaipa is excited to announce the Public Arts Committee is hosting its first juried exhibition at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Gallery located at the Yucaipa Performing Arts Center (YPAC) at 12062 California Street, Yucaipa, CA.

Submissions are being accepted from artists throughout the region. The YPAC Gallery opened in 2019 and has exhibited artists throughout the Inland Empire. The Public Arts Committee is comprised of seven Yucaipa residents and artists that will be jurying the artwork.

The YPAC Gallery is known as an impressive gallery space. Artists are encouraged to submit artwork. This is an incredible opportunity to exhibit artwork as hundreds of visitors attend events at the YPAC monthly.

There is no theme, and artwork is not to exceed 20x24 inches (including frame). Artwork must be gallery ready with eye-hooks and wire. Artwork submissions are due July 7, 2022. To submit artwork, please email a high resolution, (300 DPI) image, write an artist statement, and a brief bio, and email to mmullen@yucaipa.org. Please see additional submission guidelines on the YPAC website at www.YucaipaPerformingArts.org.

The public reception for the exhibition is scheduled for August 5, 2022, 7 PM – 8 PM at the YPAC Gallery. The YPAC Box Office is open from 4 PM – 8 PM, Tuesday – Saturday, for the public to view the exhibition.

The Public Arts Committee meets on an as-needed basis in City Hall’s Community Room, and all are welcome to attend meetings.


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