AUTOMAT 2022 Open Call

AUTOMAT 2022 Open Call

deadline soon: Friday, May 27, 2022

AUTOMAT announces a call for artworks for their 2022 Open Call exhibition, open to emerging and mid-career artists working in any medium in the Philadelphia region and beyond. This group exhibition will be curated by AUTOMAT members and will run from July 9 – August 9. Please see submission requirements to apply.

Open calls introduce your work to the curators and present possibilities for future exhibitions even if you are not included in this group show. AUTOMAT members often review their open call records when preparing for new projects.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

Each artist must fill out the digital application HERE and pay the application fee at the bottom of the page. Both the application form and payment must be submitted before May 27th to be considered for exhibition.

​Artists may submit up to 3 artworks, and include up to 2 images per work. Video projects or documentation of other time-based work can be submitted via a public YouTube or Vimeo link. Please limit these to no longer than 10 minutes in length. Experimental and installation works are encouraged, though a detailed installation plan must be included.

TIMELINE:

5/27 Open call application closes at 10pm
6/06 Applicants notified of their acceptance
7/03-7/07 Artwork drop off / Install (All shipped artworks must be received by 7/03)
7/09 Soft opening on first Saturday
7/14 Opening on Second Thursday 6-9pm
7/09, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/06 Gallery open Saturdays 12-5pm
8/06 Exhibition closes
8/07-8/09 Deinstall / Artwork pick up

SHIPPING AGREEMENT:

If you plan on shipping work please take note that work should be received at the gallery located at 1400 N American St. Suite 105 by July 3rd. Shipping costs must be covered by the artist. A return shipment should be arranged for August 8th. An AUTOMAT member can assist with return shipment, but shipment costs must again be covered by the artist.

PAYMENT:

A $25 open call entry fee supports the general operation of AUTOMAT and the production of this show, which is otherwise funded by their artist members. AUTOMAT acknowledges the barriers that fees create for artist submissions. If you self-identify as someone who requires aid to afford the entry fee, they offer you the option of selecting the lower tier payment option of $5.

Learn more here and apply here

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Lyn Godley
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Denise Philipbar's work is abstract, geometric, dynamic, and colorful. Using both mixed media and oil, she references mathematic and science in her paintings.…

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