Call for Submissions: Juried Exhibition HOME

Call for Submissions: Juried Exhibition HOME

This Deadline Expired: Monday, January 11, 2021

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Artists are invited to interpret the theme “Home” in any way they choose. The exhibition will be on view in person in the Community Art Center’s spacious Duke Gallery and as a digital gallery on the CAC website.

Open to all Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware artists eighteen years of
age or older. Limit of two (2) entries per artist. Entries must have been completed during the last three years and not previously exhibited at the Community Arts Center.

All two dimensional media accepted, including mixed media, wall sculpture and hand-pulled prints. Photography and digital art are acceptable. (No digital print reproductions of hand made works.) Two dimensional work may not exceed 48 inches in width and 6 feet in height. Three dimensional work is also accepted. Three dimensional work that requires a pedestal may not exceed 12 inches in width or depth and 24 inches in height. Free standing sculpture may not exceed 24 inches in width or depth and 48 inches in height. Hand delivery only. All entries must be dry and suitably prepared for hanging/display. The Community Arts Center reserves the right to reject any piece that does not meet these requirements. All work must be for sale. The Community Arts Center retains 40% commission on all works sold at this exhibition. The Community Arts Center will exercise every precaution in handling all entries, however, the Arts Center cannot assume responsibility for loss or damage.

Learn more and submit here

JUROR: Susanna Gold
Susanna Gold has been active as an independent curator, scholar, and educator in the Philadelphia area for over 20 years. She served on the Art History faculty at Tyler School of Art for nearly a decade, and has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned her Ph.D. She has curated academic and community-based exhibitions for institutions such as Woodmere Art Museum, InLiquid, Drexel University’s Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, and Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, and NoBA Artspaces.

CASH PRIZES:
BEST OF SHOW $ 500
SECOND $ 300
THIRD $ 200

DATES:

SUBMISSIONS
Deadline for submissions is Monday, January 11 at 5:00pm.
To enter please pay submission fee on the CAC website and email digital images of pieces to: ishea@communityartscenter.org
Please submit image files in jpeg format at 300 dpi. For accepted pieces, your submission photo will be used in the online version of the exhibition. Include the following info in your email for each piece: title, medium, price.

NOTIFICATION:
Artists will be notified of the status of submissions by Monday, January 18th.
DELIVERY
Selected work should be delivered Monday, January 25, 10 am – 7 pm
EXHIBITED WORK PICK-UP
Monday, March 8, 10 am – 7 pm
ARTIST RECEPTION
Sunday, February 7, 1 – 4pm.
Attendees must re-register for a timeslot through the website.
ENTRY FEES:
CAC Members:
$20 one piece | $25 two pieces
Non-Members:
$25 one piece | $30 two pieces

DUKE GALLERY @
COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
414 Plush Mill Road
Wallingford, PA 19086
www.communityartscenter.org
610-566-1713

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