in Person

in Person

This Deadline Expired: Monday, January 28, 2019

CALL FOR ENTRIES

in PERSON

Juried Exhibition in celebration of the human form

Feb 2 – March 8 . 2019

https://communityartscenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/IN-PERSON-2019-prospectus.pdf

ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS:

Open to all Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware artists eighteen years of age or older. Limit of two (2) entries per artist. Entries should include the human form in some way. 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 10 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.

 

JUROR: Rachel Constantine

Rachel Constantine is a Philadelphia based classically trained oil painter, who works in the realist tradition with elements of Impressionism. She is the recipient of numerous awards from the Portrait Society of America, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Woodmere Art Museum, among many others. Her work has been widely exhibited accross the country including at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Constantine holds a certificate in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

DATES:.

ENTRY FEES:

CAC Members:

$20 one piece | $25 two pieces

Non-Members:

$25 one piece | $30 two pieces

Please make checks payable to “CAC”

 

CASH PRIZES:

BEST OF SHOW $ 500

SECOND $ 300

THIRD $ 200

Cheryl Levin
Deanna McLaughlin

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture…

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces. She loves working with a variety of media.…

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces. She loves working with a variety of media.…

Sharon Egan

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate…

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces. …

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces. …

Amy Orr

Amy Orr is Philadelphia based, multimedia / fiber artist. Working in the studio and on the street, Orr reuses common plastic…

Amy Orr is Philadelphia based, multimedia / fiber artist. Working in the studio and on the street, Orr reuses common plastic waste that she has collected. …

Amy Orr is Philadelphia based, multimedia / fiber artist. Working in the studio and on the street, Orr reuses common plastic waste that she has collected. …

Won Choi

Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal…

Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal spiritual meaning, something she realized through meditating on the five Natural…

Won Choi's sculptural forms grow out of the human figure, costume and the natural landscape, often merging together to reveal spiritual meaning, something she realized through meditating on the five Natural Elements.…

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