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CALL for ENTRIES: 18th Woman Made

2014 November 24

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The creativity of food preparation has fundamentally changed on a mainstream level in the past 20 years.  A larger segment of the population cooks with abandon now.  The great divide between foods destined to be either savory or sweet seems to have slowly disappeared.  Chocolate is as likely to show up in an entree as bacon is to show up in a dessert.  This next Call encourages you to explore and challenge boundaries presented by both materials & concepts.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Woman Made Gallery (Chicago, IL) for their 18th Int’l Open.  This is a special gallery with a fantastic history of well-curated shows, and I have a soft spot for this year’s juror.  Do your homework, ladies…

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Learn more from the Woman Made Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
18th Int’l Open

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all female artists

MEDIA: All themes, styles, and media will be considered– explore & challenge conceptual & material boundaries!

DEADLINE:  November 28, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  December 17, 2014

ENTRY FEE:  $30 for up to 3 images

JUROR:  Gill Gatfield has MFA & Bachelor of Laws from Auckland University.  In 2011, she won a major national public art competition for a site-specific sculpture in Auckland NZ.  In 2012, she was nominated as a member of Global Women, a multi-sector organization of women leaders with global perspectives.  A monograph on her practice, ‘Abstract Figure: Gill Gatfield,’ was released at the 2013 International Sculpture Centre Symposium.  Gatfield’s work blends abstraction with conceptualism, and contemporary with classical. Trans-disciplinary in approach, she uses diverse media to create interconnected series of texts, frames, and monochromes. Her work is held in collections in NZ, Australia, USA, Canada, UK, Germany and Switzerland. *Many of you are slacking off on doing your homework on jurors.  Don’t skip this step!

AWARDS: 1st Prize:  Solo Show in 2016 at WMG; 2nd Prize: $500 ; 3rd Prize: $250

SALES:  WMG will retain a 40% commission

For complete details, Download the Prospectus!Download the Prospectus from Woman Made Gallery!

 

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