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ANNUAL OPEN CALL: Soap Factory

2013 January 25

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I am now officially one of those old codgers that complain about the price of potatoes to the grocery cashier and bitch about the prices of soft drinks to my waitress.  Ugh.  I cannot believe I have turned into THAT person, but I have.  My Dad would be so proud.  But, I don’t feel alone due to the number of artists I listen to lament the price of entry fees.  This next Call doesn’t have one.  Woohoo!

Check out this Open Call from The Soap Factory (Minneapolis, MN). The Soap factory is looking for work for group exhibits, AND they offer installation support, travel, accommodations, and a stipend to those selected to exhibit. Did I mention NO ENTRY FEE?

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Visit The Soap Factory online!ANNUAL
OPEN CALL:

The Soap Factory

 

The Soap Factory exhibits work in its galleries throughout the year. Exhibitions curated from submissions and could have as many as 8 artists. The Soap Factory is a 120-year old ex-industrial warehouse on the banks of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.

They have no climate control, air conditioning or permanent heating system; please bear this in mind when submitting your work.  Projects by individual artists that propose to use the entire 12,000 sq feet of gallery space are always encouraged.

Learn more about The Soap Factory!ELIGIBILITY:
Open to all artists

MEDIA:
Artists working in all media
are encouraged to submit proposals.

DEADLINE:
April 30, 2013

NOTIFICATION:
Summer of 2013

*Editor’s note: Do not call or email to check on your submission.

AWARDS:   Group exhibitions curated from submissions could have as many as 8 artists.

The Soap Factory provides full installation support for all selected projects, including travel and accommodation, as well as a stipend to artists. Plus, they provide publicity, exhibition invitations, mailings, opening reception and artist talks.

Learn more about The Soap Factory!SUBMISSION TIP:  Examples of artists shown by The Soap Factory from submissions: Nadine Anderson, Matt Bakkom, Nina Lola Bachhuber, Ernest Arthur Bryant III, David Bartley, Ian Burns, Santiago Cucullu, E-Team, Omer Fast, Harrell Fletcher, Isa Gagarin, Michael Gaughan, Amber Ginsburg, Jay Heikes, Alexa Horochowski, Margaret Kilgallen, Chris Lawrence, Keith Lemley, Rita MacDonald, Joseph Madrigal, Rodney McMillian, Clive Murphy, Wil Natzel, Kelly Nipper, Carl Pope Jr, David Rathman, Patrick Scully, Slinko, Xavier Tavera, Bruce Tapola, Traci Tullius.   Editor’s Note:  DO YOUR HOMEWORK!

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Read the Full Call from The Soap Factory!

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