CALL for ENTRIES: the time we cannot meet
When I think of Detroit, two things immediately come to mind: the KISS song “Detroit Rock City” and cars. In my warped stream-0f-consciousness, the next leap is from cars to food trucks. What is the obsession with food trucks? Is it the continuing air of novelty or the convenience of getting food anywhere you are? I’m not sure, but I’m glad that it appears it is a food trend that will be sticking around. This next Call could give you a whole new perspective on Detroit. Take a look…
Check out this Call for Entries from the Detroit Print Exchange for the time we cannot meet. The entry fee is only $20, and this is a golden opportunity for printmakers. Investigate for yourself…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
the time we cannot meet
The Detroit Print Exchange is the first of (hopefully many) annual juried art collaborations. Artists are invited to submit an edition of 25 prints and in turn receive a complete portfolio of 20 prints from all 20 contributing artists.
In truth, the The Detroit Print Exchange is a chance to redefine what it means to be a young emerging artist, to prove that good things really do come in small packages, and to build connections between artists working around the country.
The Challenge is to create an edition of 25 prints in response to the words “ the time we cannot meet”. Cryptic yet straight forward the words resonate with missed opportunity and honesty. Today is there truly a time when two people cannot meet? Has technology removed time from how we interact? Explore, create and redefine.
DEADLINE: January 5, 2013
NOTIFICATION: January 31, 2013
ENTRY FEE: $20 for 8 to 10 images
JURY PROCESS: Participants will be selected based on a portfolio of previous work, artist statement and CV, spaces are limited.
AWARDS: The final portfolio will be exhibited in Detroit. Detroit Print Exchange will host an online Portfolio that viewers can access via the internet.
SALES: Limited edition reproductions of the final portfolio will be sold.