Heritage & Hindsight Juried Exhibition / Calls & Submissions

Heritage & Hindsight Juried Exhibition / Calls & Submissions

This Deadline Expired: Monday, November 25, 2019

Throughout the year of 2020 all of the Kirkland Arts Center exhibition schedule will tie back into the theme of Heritage & Hindsight. To kick off the year they’ll begin with an examination of where we are now within our present moment in history. As we stand on the threshold of the present we ask “How did we get here, and what is the future going to look like with the foundation we’ve laid?” Climate change, political unrest, scientific and technological progress, gender and racial equity, artificial intelligence and connectivity. What lead us to this moment in time and how will it continue to lead us? Where are we taking it? Two exhibiting artists will be chosen for $150 Juror’s Choice Awards and one artist will also receive a People’s choice award of a small solo exhibition in 2021.

Submissions for this exhibition should address, in some way, where we are in this moment in history, how we got here, and/or where we might be heading.

There is a $20 application fee per artist, and each artist may submit up to 3 entries.

All media accepted, though the Kirkland Arts Center has limited resources for digital media. Digital artists should contact exhibitions@kirklandartscenter.org if they have questions.

Learn more and apply here.

János Korodi

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated…

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated through technology. A representation of our virtual world that simulates velocity.…

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated through technology. A representation of our virtual world that simulates velocity.…

Jessica Demcsak

Jessica Demcsak creates sculptural paintings on various types of wood that focus on the rise of storms due to climate change.…

Jessica Demcsak creates sculptural paintings on various types of wood that focus on the rise of storms due to climate change. Most of her subject matter is architectural in nature however she lalso breaks…

Jessica Demcsak creates sculptural paintings on various types of wood that focus on the rise of storms due to climate change. Most of her subject matter is architectural in nature however she lalso breaks down the various…

Warren Muller

What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography…

What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography of myths, fairy tales, and personal idiosyncrasies, Warren Muller exudes an…

What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography of myths, fairy tales, and personal idiosyncrasies, Warren Muller exudes an envious agility. Motion,…

June Julian
Veronica Constable

Veronica Constable has a BFA in Fine Arts and minors in Spanish, visual studies, and art history from Cornell University.…

Veronica Constable has a BFA in Fine Arts and minors in Spanish, visual studies, and art history from Cornell University. During her time as an undergraduate, she pursued various interests such as psychology…

Veronica Constable has a BFA in Fine Arts and minors in Spanish, visual studies, and art history from Cornell University. During her time as an undergraduate, she pursued various interests such as psychology and sociology…

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