Art Submissions for One For All Fundraiser & Silent Auction

Art Submissions for One For All Fundraiser & Silent Auction

This Deadline Expired: Friday, November 1, 2019

One For All is holding their first fundraiser and all proceeds are going towards the downpayment of their location. Once they obtain our location, One For All can begin to offer more affordable arts programming for the larger community, in addition to a shared studio space and gallery for emerging artists.

Art submissions must relate to the theme “workspace”. Having a space to work outside of the home is very important and sometimes crucial to many artists. This is why One For All is working so hard to find an affordable shared studio space for all artists to have access. At this event, they would like the artwork on display to visually tell guests not only what an artists workspace looks like, but also what if feels like to an artist to occupy that space. 

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: November 1, 2019 

If one of your pieces is selected to be included in the fundraiser event, it will be part of a silent artwork auction where the bidding will start at $200.00. If sold, One For all will receive half the profit which will go towards their fundraising goal, and the other half goes to the artist.

All artwork at the event will be displayed on tabletop easels, so works submitted must be no larger than 16×20 inches. Sculptural works are accepted, but must be able to fit within a 20 inch cube.

To make a submission, in a PDF document please include high quality images of no more than two works in addition to an image list and a resume that includes your contact information and artist website. Please email your PDF document to Oneforallartists@gmail.com with a brief artist bio in the body, and the subject line that reads “ARTSUBMISSION”.

 

Tania Qurashi
Nancy Kress

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Peter Cunicelli
Geoffrey Ansel Agrons

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Judy Caldwell
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