6x6x2019

6x6x2019

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, April 13, 2019

Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s annual 6×6 exhibition is an international small art phenomenon with thousands of works from all around the world and we want YOU to be a part of it. It is completely free and you may enter up to three 6 inch by 6 inch pieces in any medium (except glitter) by April 14, or postmarked by April 13.

Want to learn more and experience past years entries? Visit us at roco6x6.org or find us on social media using #RoCo6x6 or @RoCo137!

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.
Alice Gonglewski
Alice Gonglewski

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.…

Arlene Love
Arlene Love
Leah Macdonald's diversity and experience in the realms of photography, encaustic painting and mixed media continue to merge and compliment one another.
Leah Macdonald
Leah Macdonald

Leah Macdonald's diversity and experience in the realms of photography, encaustic painting and mixed media continue…

Leah Macdonald's diversity and experience in the realms of photography, encaustic painting and mixed media continue to merge and compliment one another.…

Leah Macdonald's diversity and experience in the realms of photography, encaustic painting and mixed media continue to merge and compliment one another.…

Jared C. Balogh
Jared C. Balogh
Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.
Rachel Bomze
Rachel Bomze

Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.…

Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.…

Bomze sees painting as mark making, where drawings become meshed into paintings.…

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