Dawn Diamantopoulos
Printmaking Workshops
I will be teaching 3 DIY Holiday Card printmaking workshops.

The first two are being offered for adults and older teens through AiR Hammond: Artists in Residence. Register at artistsinresidenceindiana@gmail.com
Sunday, November 3, 2019 2:30-5:30. Cost $10 at First Presbyterian Church in Hammond
Sunday, November 24, 2019 2:30-5:30. Cost $10 at First Presbyterian Church in Hammond

The last is for teens through the DAVe (Dyer Arts Visionaries) at Dyer-Schererville Public Library. Tuesday, November 26 6-7:30pm. Contact the library to register.
Midwest Museum of American Art
Barely Balanced and Off Kilter were both accepted into 41st Elkhart Juried Regional and both received purchase awards! This show is open October 5th through December 21, 2019 at the Midwest Museum of American Art in Elkhart, IN. Jurors are Denise Lisiecki and Ginger Owen-Murakami.

Barely Balanced received the John & Sharon Feddersen Purchase Award.
Off Kilter received the Brotherson Family Purchase Award.
Many thanks to the jurors, the museum, and the award sponsors! I hope they are loved and enjoyed in their new homes!
Something in the AiR
AiR is a group of 5 artists in residence whose studio is in former classroom space at First Presbyterian Church in Hammond. Artists include: Gladys Cook, Dawn Diamantopoulos, Shari LeMonnier, Tony Lipka, and Kerri Mommer. This is the group's first exhibition together. Show opens September 25 and continues through December 7, 2019. There will be an artist's reception on Sunday, October 27, 1-3pm at South Shore Arts at Artful Garden, in Crown Point, Indiana.
76th Annual Salon Show
Calm received an Honorable Mention in this year's Salon Show! The exhibit continues through November 10, 2019 at the Center for Visual and performing Arts in Munster, IN. David Klamen served as juror.
Beyond the Eye is You, Is Us
Beyond the Eye is you, is Us opens Friday, August 16, 2019. This is a collaborative show of 4 women: artists Sara Peak Convery, Neha Luhar-Trice, and Dawn Diamantopoulos with the ekphrastic poetry of Julie Demoff Larson. The show continues through Friday September 13 at CornerStone Gallery in Whiting.