CALL for ENTRIES: LBIF Small Works
You know I love tiny foods. We’ve talked about micro greens, baby vegetables and amuse bouche more times than I can count; however, sometimes a smaller size is just practical. I am addicted to spaghetti squash, and I am constantly on the hunt for the smallest one I can find. How much food a spaghetti squash produces is just crazy. This next Call is all about size…regardless of the reason. Take a look…
Check out this Call for Entries for the Small Works Exhibition from the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences (Long Beach Island, NJ). The entry fee is only $20. Favorite about small works? Cheap shipping. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to shine…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
Small Works Exhibition
U.S. Residents 18+
MEDIA: 2-D work max size 12” x 12” sq. 3-D work max size 8” x 8” x 8”.
November 4, 2012
ENTRY FEE: $20.00 for up to 4 images
JUROR: Jeff Guido received his Bachelor of Fine Art degree from the School of Fine and Performing Arts at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Since that time he has worked solely in both non-profit and commercial enterprises all focused on the Ceramic Arts.
He closed his studio in January of 2003 to become the Artistic Director at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. In his role as Artistic Director, Guido oversees the Studio’s Artist and Exhibition programs.
AWARDS: Best in Show $250; 2nd Place – $100; Two (2)Honorable Mention $25 ea.
SALES: A commission of 33 1/3% to the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences is required. All works must be priced accordingly or marked NOT FOR SALE (NFS).