Three Spring Maidens by Julie Perigo
"Three Spring Maidens" - Julie Perigo
Acrylic on panel with computer cord, keys and recycled electrical conduit. 48"x 48"



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"Obsolete ARTifacts - A reCYCLED pARTS series event" Open Through May 29

Sun King Brewing is teaming up with the Stutz Artists Association to offer this opportunity to celebrate technology, found parts, and art. All art in the show will be created including at least one piece of obsolete technology. The exhibition is open Monday - Friday, 11 am - 2 pm, through May 29. more...

"Energy" - Opening Reception June 5, 5 pm

Five Stutz artists present their own unique visual interpretation of "energy," from a more literal standpoint, to abstract, spiritual, and fantastic representations of this magnificent concept. Opening reception on June 5 at 5 pm is free and open to the public. more...

Art by Cheryl Anne Lorance

Stutz Arts Residency Application Window Now Open

Application deadline is Friday, July 17, 2015.

Download the application here (complete with all the information you need to know about the process).

Each of the two selected Residents will receive 24-hour access to their own “white box” studio space for the duration of their residency. Each space is approximately 20x20 feet with plenty of open wall space and is equipped with a large basin sink (no hot water), standard electrical outlets, overhead lighting, steam heat and A/C. Passenger and freight elevator access is also available. The Residency studios are located on the second floor of the ‘B’ Building on a heavily trafficked hallway.

Additionally, the Residents will receive a two-person exhibit at the end of their residency year (September) in the Raymond James Stutz Art Gallery.

Read more here.
Read the mid-year update on the 2015-2015 SAA Residency Grant recipients

Donate to "Build a Bathroom in the Gallery"

Washroom, Loo, the "Smallest Room," whatever you call it, we need it!

Right now whenever the Gallery is open, the whole first floor of the Stutz has to be open to allow our visitors access to a bathroom that's all the way on the other side of the building. This limits our open hours and adds the expense of hiring security to our reception costs. We want to renovate a small closet in our gallery space and turn it into a bathroom. (Actually, we think it was originally a bathroom, from back when the Stutz was still a car factory!) Click here to make your donation today.