Sunday, November 15, 2009 from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Congregation Etz Chaim, 1190 Indian Hills Parkway, Marietta, GA 30068
$45.00 per booth
Visit the Artisans @ the Etz website for more information, including the Artisan Application and the Exhibitor Info Sheet
Jacksonville State University is reviewing portfolios for solo/group shows for the 2009-2011 exhibition schedule. Professional, non-student artists only. Send a digital portfolio on CD, please include an image index, 20 images minimum, resume, artist statement and SASE to Gale Brodie, Hammond Hall Art Gallery, Jacksonville State University, 700 Pelham Road, NW, Jacksonville, Alabama, 36265. Questions: Gale Brodie, 256-782-5626, email@example.com.
The Sumter County Gallery of Art - Deadline December 31, 2009
The Sumter County Gallery of Art (SCGA) is now accepting exhibition proposals for its 2010 exhibition schedule. Open to emerging and established artists residing in the continental United States for group and solo exhibitions. All media will be considered. No entry fee. Please submit a proposal that includes 10-20 jpg images numbered on a CD/DVD. Include a hard copy of the numbered image checklist (Include: title, media, dimensions and date), artist statement, bio, resume/cv, and coverletter that describes proposed exhibit and scheduling information to: Frank McCauley, Curator, SCGA, P.O. Box 1316, Sumter, SC 29151. Please include a SASE for notification and return of materials.
Emory Visual Arts Gallery Open Call for Entries - Deadline: Tuesday, November 3, 2009, 5:00 pm
7th Biennial Georgia Perimeter Sculpture Exhibit
Call for Artists
January 25 - March 5, 2010
No entry fee, no commissions — entries can be submitted by mail or e-mail.
Slides or digital image files on a CD or emailed are all acceptable if sent with a completely filled-out, signed/dated entry form. Please provide SASE for return of slides/CD. Entered work will be reviewed from both photographic images and live viewings when possible, with the selection process and acceptances occurring during the final months of 2009 through January 12, 2010
Due to space considerations, accepted submissions will be limited to one sculpture or installation per artist with no more than twenty sculptors accepted in total. Work must be able to be installed on the grounds of the campus in specified existing sites with minimal impact upon the existing landscape, and the site must be restored by the artist to it’s original state at the close of the exhibit. Work must remain on site for the duration of the exhibit period, and the work shall be non-hazardous for viewers and able to withstand the effects of exposure to the weather for the six week duration of the exhibit. The sculptor’s choice of installation in specific available sites will be on a first-come, first serve basis in subject to the approval of both GPC Fine Arts Department and Landscaping and Grounds personnel.
The work will be installed at the sculptor’s risk — as the work will be installed in public space there will be no insurance coverage, though it should be noted that campus security does make regular patrols day and night.