The Exchange’s 2nd annual juried exhibition: The Future

The Exchange’s 2nd annual juried exhibition: The Future

This Deadline Expired: Friday, June 1, 2018

July 2nd through August 10th, 2018

For this exhibition, the Exchange Gallery asks you to look ahead: What does “the future” mean to you? You can look as narrowly or as broadly as you like — dreams for your own life, flying cars, the world in the year 2025, 2050, 2500, or beyond. We encourage artists of all ages and levels of experience to submit work that explores this theme, in each artist’s interpretation. All media accepted, 2-D and 3-D, including video and installation pieces. Sale price on each piece as set by the artist; artist receives 80% of the sale price. Our professional juror will choose the best pieces for the show and will choose prizewinners; prizes of $200, $100, and $50.

$15 entry fee for each three pieces; you may enter more than three, paying the appropriate additional entry fee.
Entry fee payment due by close of business on Friday, June 1st. You may make payment through PayPal through the button at https://www.exchangearts.org/calls-for-entry or you may mail us a check, made out to The Exchange, at 24 East Main Street, Bloomsburg PA 17815.
We will only jury work that has had payment submitted.

All entries must come in as jpeg images, e-mailed to ExchangeArtsSubmissions@gmail.com. Photo specs: jpeg/jpg, each no larger than 1 MB at 72 dpi, no larger than 1920 pixels on the longer side, with the artist’s last name and medium as part of each file name (i.e. “Smith_painting_1.jpg”). We reserve the right to reject images that do not meet these specifications. For a tutorial on how to photograph your work, we recommend this Youtube video. If you have questions, please contact us at 570-317-2596 or Exchange@ExchangeArts.org.
Images and payment due by the close of business on Friday, June 1st.

Jury results will go out by e-mail no later than Monday, June 11th.

Shipped work due by Friday, June 29th, and must come accompanied by return postage/shipping (stamps or pre-printed label).
Hand-delivered work due by Saturday, June 30th, when we will have the Gallery open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.​

For the loan agreement, see https://www.exchangearts.org/calls-for-entry; please submit this form (http://mooseexchange.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Exchange-Exhibit-Agreement-7-20-16.pdf) with your work.

Reception Saturday, July 14th, 6-8 p.m., at the same time as the neighboring Artspace Gallery’s reception for their member-and-invited-artist show “Colorcopia”.

Prizewinners will get notified ahead of time, with prizes announced at the reception — plus an honorary “people’s choice” will get chosen by the reception attendees.

Jude Lang is an InLiquid artist member, whose work explores the hidden narratives, emotions and perspectives imbued within the objects and beings of our memories.
Jude Lang
Jude Lang

Jude Lang is an InLiquid artist member, whose work explores the hidden narratives, emotions and perspectives imbued within…

Jude Lang is an InLiquid artist member, whose work explores the hidden narratives, emotions and perspectives imbued within the objects and beings of our memories. …

Jude Lang is an InLiquid artist member, whose work explores the hidden narratives, emotions and perspectives imbued within the objects and beings of our memories. …

Charles Emlen
Charles Emlen
Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.
Caitlin T. McCormack
Caitlin T. McCormack

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach inspired by urban and natural textures, using geometry, patterns, and contrived shapes to create a lyrical, non-narrative statement. My paintings are colorful, contemporary and abstract, often based on musical frequencies, graffiti, architecture and patterns.
Louis Gribaudo
Louis Gribaudo

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach…

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach inspired by urban and natural textures, using geometry, patterns, and contrived…

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach inspired by urban and natural textures, using geometry, patterns, and contrived shapes to create…

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions and references primal imagery, which transcends style or ethnic origin.
Linda Brenner
Linda Brenner

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions…

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions and references primal imagery, which transcends style or ethnic origin.…

Linda Brenner's sculptures express the inherent structure and order found in nature. Her sculpture uses geometric compositions and references primal imagery, which transcends style or ethnic origin.…

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