�re: Place Collaborative,� a Georgia College & State University student led initiative, invites entries for an exhibition, August 13 - 27, 2009, examining the relationship between location and its inhabitants. This exhibition seeks to advance dialogue about reconnecting with the environment through visual art that emphasizes humanity�s relationship to place. Artists whose works convey the process of reestablishing a sense of place through environmental restoration are strongly encouraged.
All entries will be considered by a panel of student jurors under the advisement of the Museum Curator. �re: Place� is in collaboration with environmental artist Mara Scrupe whose residency ignited this project.
Please send entries of no less than 3 high resolution digital images (300 dpi or greater) and a brief artist statement relative to the exhibition�s theme to Michelle Hudson, re:Place curator, c/o Shannon Morris, museum curator, CBX Box 43, Milledgeville GA, 31061.
Where I'm From at Gallery RFD - Deadline June 25, 2009: (Swainsboro, GA) � Gallery RFD seeks submissions for its upcoming exhibition titled Where I�m From.
Over the past two and a half years, Gallery RFD has had the pleasure of exhibiting artists and artwork from all over the globe, including over 300 cities, 40 states, and 20 countries. It is apparent that location influences an artist as much as anything, with subject and media being as diverse as the points of origin. This influx of geographical diversity begs the need to display visual representations of the places they are coming from. Gallery RFD seeks artwork for an exhibition titled Where I�'m From, which will feature compositions that are either inspired by, in response to, or a documentation of the place you call home. Awards will be given for Best of Show and Juror�s Choice.
Submission deadline: June 25, 2009,11 p.m. (EST)
Juror: Ger Ger, multi-media artist from Berlin, Germany.
2009 Fall Brush Show: Works on Canvas, Works on Paper, Mixed Media at The Pen and Brush - Deadline August 5, 2009: September 24th - October 18th, 2009 at The Pen and Brush
Curated by Margaret Kelly Trombly, a Creative Arts Executive specializing in curatorial work, teaching and museum administration.
Open to Women Artists from any country.
Accepted Media: oil, acrylic, water media, pastel, graphics, and mixed media/new media
Deadline for entries: August 5th, 2009.
Download prospectus from www.penandbrush.org, or send SASE to
The Pen and Brush
16 E. 10th St.
New York, NY 10003
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 212-475-3669.
Women and Water Rights: Rivers of Regeneration at University of Minnesota, Minneapolis - Deadline November 2, 2009 February 23-March 25, 2010 - Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
An exhibition of art and related programs that build awareness, provoke action and pose solutions for the need to understand water as a universal human right.
We are at the threshold of a global water crisis. Because women play a central role in water provision and management, women must be central in planning for the future. Today, women from all geographies,cultures, and traditions are grappling with the questions and global water
challenges, working from a variety of vantage points and perspectives. These expressions are a critical component to international dialogues about access to water, and the need for creative solutions.
An International Exhibition,
A Juried Regional Exhibition
A Global Call for Video Entries
A Global Call for Mail Art
Distingished Juror and Speaker:Art Critic/Author Lucy R. Lippard
Details website womenandwater.net contact email@example.com