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CALL for ENTRIES: 52nd Masur

2014 December 4

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to rise?

Breakfast is beloved in my house.  Everywhere I have ever lived, including some time in the Virgin Islands, breakfast has been the biggest meal of the day because it was always the cheapest.  Even tiny islands in the Caribbean can raise chickens instead of importing eggs.  So, a cheeseburger might be $18, but breakfast was always under $5.  Those days have passed, and breakfast can be a pricey endeavor.  It is apparently even more expensive if you get up a little later and call it brunch.  Start your morning with this next Call because it is definitely cheaper than brunch. 🙂  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries for the 52nd Annual Juried Exhibition from the Masur Museum of Art (Monroe, LA). $10 entry fee, no commission, and the gallery is stunning.  This is a great opportunity!

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Learn more from Masur Museum!CALL or ENTRIES:
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52nd Annual Juried


ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all US artists 18+

MEDIA:  Any media

DEADLINE:  January 1, 2015 (online) and December 27, 2014 for postmarked entries

NOTIFICATION: January 21, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  There is a $10 per work with a minimum of 2 and a max of 5 entries

JUROR:  Sandra Q. Firmin was Curator of the UB Art Galleries, gallery of the University of Buffalo SUNY, a position she held from 2003 to 2014.  Firmin is currently the Director and Chief Curator, Colorado University Art Museum.

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Firmin holds an M.A. from Bard College’s Center for Curatorial Studies, and was awarded a Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative Fellowship at Arcadia University Art Gallery.  At the UB Art Galleries, Firmin established an annual residency program in which artists are presented with an empty gallery to transform over time while open to the public. These commissioned projects aim to forge meaningful interactions between artists and diverse groups of people while acknowledging a turn toward research-based and ephemeral site-specific approaches in contemporary art.  In 2014 Firmin co-chaired (with Julian Cox) the Association of Art Museum Curators’ annual conference in Detroit, and moderated the panel Urban Ecologies and Cultural Exchange.

Learn more from the Masur Museum!AWARDS:  Best in Show is $1,000, and total awards are $3,200.00.  The People’s Choice Award is $200.00 and will be voted on by visitors throughout the run of the exhibition. Best Packed: This award will honor the artist who packs their art in the most professional manner.  The award is $100.  *No packing peanuts, feedbags, loose papers as packing materials, no cigarette butts, etc.  These types of things will disqualify you!  This prize will be decided by the Masur Museum staff.  Ithis!

SALES:  The Masur Museum of Art does not receive a commission on sales.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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