Salisbury University Art Galleries – HERE/ NOT HERE – Juried Exhibition

Salisbury University Art Galleries – HERE/ NOT HERE – Juried Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Monday, June 1, 2020

Maryland’s Eastern Shore has many beautiful vistas of sandy beaches and bucolic farm land, but it is also filled with suburban sprawl, strip malls and chicken houses. The art depicting our area often captures our picturesque beaches, birds, barns, and boats but rarely do we see images of the forgotten and overlooked spaces which are equally a part of this place. HERE/NOT HERE calls on artists to capture, explore, and depict those unscrubbed and often unseen places. Salisbury University is looking for artwork that tells the stories not often told about the landscape and architecture that have shaped this place we call here. The liminal spaces, the tension zones, and the hap-hazard, slap-dash, crap-laps.

This call is open to all artists living and/or working within 150 miles of Salisbury, Maryland. They are open to all media from traditional to digital and experimental.

In observance of the guide lines currently in place for COVID-19 (as of April 29, 2020), Salisbury University will be hosting HERE/NOT HERE as an online and in-print exhibition. Selected artwork will be on display on-line and be featured in a full-color exhibition catalog. All included artists will receive a copy of the catalog. For those selected artists who are able to send artwork they will have a physical exhibition on campus when and if they are able to re-open to the public. As the University knows more about re-opening they will keep all applicants informed.

Artists may enter up to 3 works of art. A non-refundable entry fee of $15 is required of each applicant, regardless of number of works entered.

CALENDAR OF IMPORTANT DATES
Deadline for artists to submit work: June 1
Artist notified of acceptance/rejection: June 15-17
Artwork must arrive at SU Art Galleries | Downtown by: TBA
High resolution images due: July 1
Show opens & exhibition reception: July 17
Show closes: October 17, 2020
Artwork must be picked-up/return shipping arranged by: TBA

Tiantian Li
My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product of a collective memory that I share with the viewer.
Joe Sasarak

My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product…

My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product of a collective memory that I share with the viewer. …

My work can be traced back to my own personal history and experiences, yet rather than being personal symbols, it is a product of a collective memory that I share with the viewer. …

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university. His degree is in English Literature.
Don Gordon

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university.…

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university. His degree is in English Literature.…

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university. His degree is in English Literature.…

Amie Potsic is a Photographic Artist on Inliquid. She explores the physical, socio-political and natural aspects of photography in Made in China and Skin Stories.
Amie Potsic

Amie Potsic is a Photographic Artist on Inliquid. She explores the physical, socio-political and natural aspects of photography…

Amie Potsic is a Photographic Artist on Inliquid. She explores the physical, socio-political and natural aspects of photography in Made in China and Skin Stories.…

Amie Potsic is a Photographic Artist on Inliquid. She explores the physical, socio-political and natural aspects of photography in Made in China and Skin Stories.…

Kit Donnelly's current work relies on understanding the visual world in its simplest form. Her work involves visual exercises in honesty and articulation through complex relationships of color and form.
Kit Donnelly

Kit Donnelly's current work relies on understanding the visual world in its simplest form. Her work involves visual exercises…

Kit Donnelly's current work relies on understanding the visual world in its simplest form. Her work involves visual exercises in honesty and articulation through complex relationships of color and form.…

Kit Donnelly's current work relies on understanding the visual world in its simplest form. Her work involves visual exercises in honesty and articulation through complex relationships of color and form.…

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