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2010 March 14
by R.L. Gibson

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By examining the statistics for Art & Art (AAAD), I have realized that you don’t seem to care for long lists of deadlines broken up by month.  Guess what?  I don’t like posting them either.

Instead, the hits on this site seem to indicate that you like being able to search by deadline month and year, but you prefer being given a show or two at a time. 

I am excited about this revelation.  I love being able to offer you shows as I trip across them instead of huge lists.  The result–you’ll get more posts, and I feel less pressure.  Wonderful!

Here is a great opportunity for female artists from the Woman Made Gallery in Chicago.  

Visit the Woman Made Gallery!Woman Made Gallery is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization founded in 1992. Its goal is to support women in the arts by providing opportunities, awareness and advocacy. It specifically accomplishes this through exhibitions which raise public awareness and recognition of women’s cultural contributions. 

From 1992 through 2010 WMG has programmed 163 group shows, 104 invitational/solo shows, 36 Artisan Gallery exhibitions, and eight off-site shows. More than 6500 women artists have exhibited their work since WMG was established.

You know how I love a theme, and WMG always provides one.  This call has a looming deadline, but you can enter online making it much more convenient for all those procrastinators out there.  Here’s the call, in brief.  Follow the link for the prospectus.

CALL FOR ARTWORK: Category: Printmaking (pdf)
Exhibition Dates: July 9 – August 26, 2010
Invitation to women artists to submit artwork that challenges the boundaries of traditional handprint media, including intaglio, lithography, relief, monoprint and silkscreen. Please include an artist statement and a $30 entry fee.
Online Entries Submit jpgs of three of your works on their website.
Visit the Woman Made Gallery!Juror: Debora Wood.  Debora Wood is senior curator at the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, where she takes the leading role in developing the Museum’s exhibitions and collections. She has been at the Block Museum since 1999 and her area of focus is in twentieth-century art and the history and study of prints. Wood has a BFA from Cornell University and an MFA in printmaking from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is author of the exhibition catalogues for Imaging by Numbers (2008) and Marion Mahony Griffin (2005), and contributing author to catalogue Paths to the Press: Printmaking and American Women Artists, 1910–1960 (2006).
Extended Entry Deadline: March 24 , 2010
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