S/ART/Q: THIRTEEN

December 9, 2011– January 7, 2012
A circle of artists working to enhance the arts culture in Sarasota, will inaugurate their 2012 exhibition season with THIRTEEN.

SARTQ Thirteen

December 9, 2011– January 7, 2012
G. Wiz Science Museum – 1001 Blvd. of the Arts

Opening Reception: Friday, December 9, 2011 5pm-10pm
Museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm

S/ART/Q, a circle of artists working to enhance the arts culture in Sarasota, will inaugurate their 2012 exhibition season with THIRTEEN, premiering at G.WIZ Science Museum on Friday, December 9th, 2011.

THIRTEEN will be S/ART/Q’s first exhibition since March 2010 to showcase the group, including its four new artists: Ariana Franco, Amy W. Miller, Jen Nugent and Steve Strenk. With artists working in a wide range of media, from sculpture to painting, installation to kinetic art, the exhibition will provide a dynamic survey of thirteen professional artists living and working in Sarasota, Florida.

When asked what is so unique about S/ART/Q exhibiting for the second time at G.WIZ Science Museum, artist Steve Strenk replied, “This exhibition is designed to encompass new work, new artists and a new year. Furthermore, it’s the group, the deadlines, and the artistic community that are the criteria for exciting and innovative art. S/ART/Q is a circle of artists who redefines the term new. So come enjoy the show, it’s going to be a great one.”

SARTQ Thirteen
Design by Daniel Miller

Formed in late 2008, the circle of artists includes Joseph Arnegger, Ariana Franco, Brian Haverlock, Tim Jaeger, Amy W Miller, Daniel Miller, Jen Nugent, Daniel Perales, Steve Strenk, Jeff Schwartz, Nathan Skiles, Sabrina Small and Tom Stephens. S/ART/Q produces roaming/temporary exhibitions, creates educational opportunities in the community while exposing the public to how artists function in society and ultimately enhances the arts culture in Sarasota.

For questions, contact Tim Jaeger at 941.400.0598 or regeaj@hotmail.com

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Photo by Daniel Perales