CALL for ENTRIES: Materials Hard & Soft
Food marks most of the special occasions in my life from birthdays and vacations to weddings and anniversaries. Some of you are aware that my husband Jon and I sing together as the Pea Pickin’ Hearts, and food often makes our gigs memorable too. One of my favorite gigs includes the Spring & Fall Gatherings at the Cliff Dwellers Gallery, where we sing on the front porch and are rewarded with a pea-themed lunch. This next Call is a perfect fit for the ladies of the Cliff Dwellers, and hopefully it will be a fit for you too…
Check out this Call for Entries from the Greater Denton Arts Council for the 2012 Materials Hard & Soft Contemporary Craft Exhibition at the Meadows Gallery, Center for the Visual Arts, Denton, TX. Over $5000 in Awards will be given away!
CALL for ENTRIES:
Materials Hard & Soft
MEDIA: Works produced in any of the craft media: clay, fiber, glass, metal, paper, wood, or any combination of craft media, are acceptable. Entries must be the complete work of the submitting artist. Kits or commercially designed works will not be accepted. All work must have been completed within the past two years and not previously exhibited in the Center for the Visual Arts.
November 4, 2011
There is a $30 non-refundable fee,
for up to three (3) entries,
payable to GDAC
(check or money order).
JUROR: Monica Moses became editor in chief of American Craft magazine in June 2010.
Moses brings to that role 20 years’ experience in media organizations as an editor, designer, and creative director – as well as a lifetime of passion for the visual arts. Moses is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate in English of St. Olaf College and has a master’s degree in visual communication from the University of Minnesota.
Moses was on the visual faculty of the world’s leading training institution for mid-career journalists, the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, for four years and served as a Pulitzer Prize juror in photography in 2006. When she is not editing the magazine, Moses paints, makes jewelry, works with handmade paper, and dabbles in clay.
AWARDS: GDAC will provide $5,000 in awards. Winners will be determined by the juror, on site, after the accepted works are received at the Center for the Visual Arts.
SALES: A 30% commission will be retained from all work sold during the exhibition. Works which are not for sale must be clearly marked as such.