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FACETS: An Exhibition About Idendity

At The Gallery at Yellow Studio


Interior view of the Gallery at Yellow Studio photo credit Kelly Schwark

The Gallery at Yellow Studio is thrilled to invite women KMAA members from all backgrounds and mediums to submit their work for consideration in our upcoming exhibition, Facets. This exhibition seeks to delve into the multifaceted concept of identity and the myriad ways it can be expressed, challenged and redefined. Artists are encouraged to explore their own experiences, perspectives and interpretations of identity in a rapidly changing world. Please think beyond self-portraiture.  

All mediums are welcome, including painting, photography, installation, sculpture and video. Wall art must be no larger than 40 inches in any direction including the frame. Works must be properly wired to hang or will not be considered for this exhibition. Hanging sculpture must be no larger than 40 inches in any direction and weigh less than 15 pounds. Free standing sculpture is limited to a 4 foot square footprint (2 x 2 feet) and 15 pounds maximum. Pedestals are available. Equipment for the display of video will need to be provided by the Artist and agreed upon by the gallery.  

Each artist may submit up to 4 works.  

Yellow Studio displays the artwork of women artists. Only submissions from women KMAA members will be reviewed.  

Important Dates

Submission Period
11/10/23- 12/3/23
Exhibition Dates
1/13/24 - 2/9/24
Acceptance Notifications
Art Drop-Off
Opening Reception
Saturday, 1/13/24
Art Pick-Up
Monday, 2/12/24
Artists Talk
Thursday, 1/25/24

About the Juror

Tina Viallveces 

Tina Villaveces has an MA in Museum Studies with a concentration in Contemporary Art from NYU and a BA in Art History with minors in Architecture and French from Trinity College in Hartford, CT.

Tina is the Founder and Director of Yellow Studio in Cross River, NY. Previously, she worked at Pace Gallery, Sean Kelly, James Cohan and D'Amelio Terras, plus interned at numerous museums including the MoMA, Guggenheim and Whitney. She also worked as a Project Manager at Pentagram. Most recently, she did a stint at The Aldrich in Ridgefield, CT and volunteered at the Katonah Museum of Art. She is currently a board member of the Katonah Museum Artists' Association.


Tina Villaveces photo credit Jen Mullowney

About the Gallery

Yellow Studio Gallery 

Yellow Monkey Village

792 Route 35

Cross River, NY 10518

Yellow Studio’s gallery features women artists who inspire. Our goal is to increase the visibility of local

and nearby women artists and their work. Yellow Studio centers on community-building amongst women through the exchange of ideas, the display of art, and the opportunity for creative expression and learning. 


Interior view of the Gallery at Yellow Studio photo credit Kelly Schwark


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