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2013 December 15

Enter the 5 Art Contest today!FONDUE-LY

I’ve been searching for a new St. Valentine’s Day activity for years.  Our tried ‘n’ true floor picnics with wine-steamed mussels went South when Jon developed an allergy to shellfish.  We’ve been floundering since then.  Usually we just revert to lamb chops and asparagus at home because we live in the 2nd most popular place to wed in the country.  We don’t want to fight the crowds of newly weds for a dinner of processed cheese fondue, a dozen artificially-dyed, neon-red roses and a heart-shaped cardboard box of chocolates.  No thanks.  O, how I would LOVE to attend a fantastic opening like the one we can expect of this next Call.  Alas, only the DEADLINE of this Call is on St. Valentine’s Day. Take a look…

Check out this Open Call from The Biennial Project (East Boston, MA) for the Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 (Marfa, TX).   Marfa is the proverbial house that Donald Judd built.  Just do your homework.  And, if your heart, like mine, has ever longed to be a part of this particularly uber-cool art scene, here’s your chance…

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Learn more from the Biennial Roadshow!OPEN CALL:


This is better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick…

The Biennial Project is pleased to announce an open call to artists worldwide for Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 – an online juried competition and screen digital presentation.

Art will be presented as part of a giant screen digital display at The Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 Hoodang (that is a reception for you non-Texans) and Gala  being held at world-renowned El Cosmico, the coolest gathering spot for trend-makers in the art-world Mecca of Marfa, Texas.

Learn more about the Biennial Roadshow in Marfa Texas in 2014!Now, you may ask…
Why Marfa, Texas?


It all started when the acclaimed minimalist artist Donald Judd left New York City in the 1970s for this dusty dot of a town.  With the help of the DIA Foundation, Judd acquired an entire Army base, and before he died in 1994, he filled it with art, including light installations by Dan Flavin and Judd’s own signature boxes. Now it’s a whole creative community.

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

Learn more about the Biennial Roadshow in Marfa Texas in 2014!MEDIA:  All media that can be captured in a still digital image

February 14, 2014

$35 for up to 3, $5 each additional

JURORS:  Members of The Biennial Project – plus a special celebrity guest juror to be announced.

AWARDS:  All selected work will be displayed on the Biennial Roadshow website gallery and in a blog posting that reaches an audience of 3,000.  Work will also will be included in a digital art display to be shown at The Biennial Project’s Biennial Roadshow Marfa 2014 Hoodang and Gala.

The Grand Prize is a solo gallery show on the Biennial Roadshow website, and a solo blog posting of 15 pieces work in a blog posting that reaches an audience of 3,000.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more from the Biennial Roadshow!

One Response
  1. January 16, 2014

    are you going to have music???
    I wrote a song called Marfa High Lights
    that I’ll be bringing to town this year 🙂

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