Open Call for 7th Annual Germantown Show

Open Call for 7th Annual Germantown Show

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, September 5, 2018

iMPeRFeCT Gallery is honored and amazed at the opportunity to again invite ALL artists from far and wide and of all types, to this 7th Annual open call exhibition.

It is the 7th time that their “Annual” will be organized in a non-curated, non-juried, non-judged and uncensored practice that has generated some really strong exhibitions.

We are living in a highly consequential moment in our history… What are artists thinking about? What are you doing? How are we expressing ourselves? This is NOT a political show, but iMPeRFeCT hopes to hear your voices. The Germantown Annual is an opportunity for artists to make community and engage in the conversation. The Annual is also an important fundraising tool for the gallery… it’s artists supporting artists… THANK YOU!

And this year for the first time, “Linden’s Gift”, an annual commemorative gift of $500, will be given to the best in show as determined by the voting of all participating artists, to celebrate the life of Linden Jordan Eskenazi, known in Germantown as LJ. The gallery is honored to host this thoughtful and generous memorial to their friend, and they give thanks to Linden’s mother Susan Guggenheim, her family, and the Eskenazi family for celebrating their son with art and the attention and advocacy that mental illness and the opioid crisis in the creative community and in our neighborhood requires. 

Renny & Rocio

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
– Please deliver one (1) piece per artist
– No larger than 36″ in any direction. (Larger works, sculptures, installations and performances must be cleared by Renny, (contact below)
– ALL artwork MUST be ready to hang
– Sculptors must provide pedestals or solutions for their work
– Drop Off Days: Tue Sept 4 & Wed Sept 5 (4 – 8pm)
– Pick Up: Tue Oct 9 (4 – 8pm) Sorry, No Storage
– Entry fee/contribution $30 per artist

iMPeRFeCT Gallery understands that some artists can’t afford the $30 entry fee… They promise not to turn anyone away.. and to that end, they ask friends, artists or otherwise, to please consider sponsoring an artist in need.
Thank you

EXHIBITION DATES: SEPT 8 – OCT 6, 2018
Opening Reception: Sat. Sept. 8, 6 – 9pm

Contact: renny@rennymolenaar.com
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Deanna McLaughlin
Deanna McLaughlin

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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.…

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