We have news! Our Fall and Winter shows have been selected, with a great slate of featured artists. More details shortly.
We had so many great applications that we’ve already chosen two of the 2021 shows! So, if you are interested, please go to the Art Calls tab and download the application. We’d love to see your work.
What’s happening at The Millet House this week?
It’s a big week! This week is your last chance to see our current exhibit, Mystical Jubilee, with Gilat Ben-Dor, featured artist, and a group of talented supporting artists!
Also, as always: we make art, and you are invited to come make art with us!
Open this week:
10-3pm on Wednesday, Jan 29
6-9 pm Friday, Jan 31 for the show’s Closing Reception, and
4-8 pm Sunday Feb 2 for Paint and Pizza!
Also by appointment (call/text/email)
The reception was festive, the art spectacular, the food delicious! Here, featured artist Gilat Ben-Dor is presented with a bouquet. To see the art, visit the Millet House if you can – or visit the “Daily Taste of Art” tab, above – we will be posting images from the show regularly.
This is a gorgeous show! – In this lush exhibit, artist Gilat Ben-Dor combines richly detailed figures and ornament, forming an interplay of fantasy and elegance reminiscent of a holiday dreamland in faraway lands. The focus is on ethereal festivity geared to all. This open celebration of joyous pageantry allows for a wide range of interpretations by the supporting artists. An invited group of artists accompanies this featured exhibit.
Through November 30 only, The Millet House hosts Featured Artist Sai’la Gu’oi (Abel Ochoa, Yaqui/Yoeme with an exhibit of great beauty that showcases cultural and political issues. Open hours in November include Mondays and Wednesdays 10-2 pm, and Sunday evenings 6-9 pm, and by appointment.
(You can also visit the gallery during our volunteer hours on Tuesday mornings, Sunday afternoons and Saturdays: but please call, text or email first.)
The show will continue through October 31 for those who missed it, but the Closing Reception is Friday, October 25. It will be fun: the Badass ladies know how to have fun!
“Art + Life”: a stellar set of spoken word and song performances by TaLisa, Therosia and Angeles Peña that gave the audience chills. If you missed it – maybe we can do it again sometime. It would be well worth your time. Below: applause for TaLisa as she tells a story based on her journey as an emerging artist in Arizona.
“Badass Latina Women”, with Artist Vanessa Ortiz Zapata as featured artist, is up until October 31 at The Millet House.
Come see us! Our current regular Open Hours are:
Sunday evenings 6-9pm for Open Paint (come do art with us for free!)
Or contact The Millet House for an appointment, no strings attached.
(We are all volunteers, and so other hours vary depending on who volunteers to hold open the Gallery. However the above days are days you can count on!)
Open Hours galore this week! Come one, come all!
Monday, October 7: 10am-2pm
Wednesday, October 9: 10am-2pm
Thursday, October 10: 10am-2pm
Friday, October 11, 6-10 pm: SPECIAL TREAT: ART + LIFE! Performances, Panel and more!
Artist TaLisa will perform short stories from her journey as an emerging artist in Arizona. A panel discussion follows and will tackle the subjects of art, business, and art collecting.
And, as (almost) always: Sunday, October 13: Open House/Open Paint or Draw Night, 6-9pm. It’s almost time to think about our 2020 shows; give us your input.
Would you like to view our current show, Badass Latina Women? Would you possibly like to volunteer or exhibit here? Easy! Contact us to make an appointment, or visit during these times:
Open hours this week, September 30-October 6:
Tuesday, October 1, 10am-2pm
Wednesday, October 2, 10am-2pm
Thursday, October 3, 10am-2pm
Sunday, October 6, Open Paint Night, 6pm-9pm. Since it’s Inktober, you might want to come over and ink instead! In general, Sunday evening is a good time to gather and give input on what’s happening at The Millet House. Kids welcome.
Note: we are all volunteers, so Open Hours will change from week to week. For next week’s hours, check back on Sunday or Monday, or give us a call.
A commemorative book of this exhibit contains all of the works along with a paragraph explaining the “badassery” of each woman. $75