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CALL for ENTRIES: Shoebox

2013 October 11

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SHOES

You know I love food.  You know I love art.  My third passion is shoes.  I cannot divulge the number of pairs I own out of sheer embarrassment, but trust me, it is a lot.  Shoe selection had a little something to do with why I abandoned my pursuit of becoming a chef.  If I had to wear clogs everyday, even adorable orange ones, I might just die of boredom.  You might need a shoebox for this next Call.  You can’t have mine…

Check out this great Call for Entries from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) for Shoebox, an international small sculpture exhibition.  There’s a price break if you enter early, so don’t delay…

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Learn more from Middle Tennessee State University!CALL for ENTRIES:
Shoebox

 

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists

MEDIA:  3-D work designed to fit within the confines of a typical shoebox.  Each applicant is free to use a shoebox of choice, from baby-size shoes to boots, as the dimensions of their work.  Your shoebox must be used to encase and accompany the shipment of each work selected.  It must have been commercially produced and feature the brand of shoe originally contained.  For maximum protection selected work should be placed in shoebox and double boxed for shipment.  Empty shoeboxes will be used for promotional purposes and returned with work at close of exhibit.  Artist’s Shoebox is intended only as a size guide, not for incorporation into work.

Learn more about the Shoebox Sculpture Exhibit!DEADLINE: December 2, 2013

NOTIFICATION:  December 16, 2013

ENTRY FEE: Up to 3 for $35 by November 8, 2013, and up to 3 for $45 from Nov. 9th through December 2, 2013

JUROR: Vanderbilt University Professor of Art, Michael Aurbach served as president of the College Art Association (CAA) and coordinated its annual conference mentoring program known as the Career Development Workshop.

AWARDS:  Sapphire Award $1,250.00, Pearl Award $850.00,  Sterling Award $650.00,  Award of Excellence $500.00, & Award of Merit (up to 5) $100.00 each

For full details, Download the Prospectus!

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