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CALL for ENTRIES: Art/Identity

2013 March 29

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Check out this Call for Entries from Gallery 263 (Cambridge, MA) for Art/Identity. The entry fee is cheap, and the media is wide open. Don’t miss this opportunity…

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Work by Guest Juror Geoff Hargadon!CALL for ENTRIES:


Art is an extension of the self, a combination of flesh and soul that is enriched by a variety of experiences, loves, histories, and hopes. Within the criss-crossing of lines, the pooling of paint, the spectacle of performance, the mechanical memory of the photograph, and the interactivity of video, one can catch a momentary glimpse of essential characteristics of personhood. They invite you to submit work of all media that examines identity in all its forms—the personal, the social, the revolutionary, the imaginary.

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists residing in the US.

MEDIA: 2D, 3D or Time Media.

Work by Guest Juror Susan Sills!DEADLINE:  May 12, 2013

NOTIFICATION: May 20, 2013

ENTRY FEE: $25 for one entry of up to 3, $40 for 2 entries (total of 6).

JUROR: A resident of Somerville, MA, Geoff Hargadon is a multimedia artist who has shown across the country. His current project, Cash for Your Warhol, has caused a stir all over the world by blurring the lines of fact and fiction, self and society, in an uncertain economic climate.

Susan Sills was born and raised in Chicago and moved to the Boston area in 1973.  After receiving a Masters in Architecture from Harvard, Sills began her career as an architect and designer. In the early 1990’s she returned to painting and combined her innovative spirit with her training and experience.  This led to an endlessly evocative body of multimedia work.  Her artistic vision exists “somewhere between the safe, structured environment of the world around us and the chaos of the textures within us all”.

SALES: Work is For Sale By Artist. Gallery will provide introduction to interested parties.

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