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2015 June 24

Learn more about the FL3TCH3R Exhibit!BLANK

Normally my cup runneth over, but lately my plate has been empty.  I am an eternal optimist.  But with all the violence with which we have been confronted in our lives and via media in the past few days, I find myself paralyzed to find a quirky food segue for art posts.  I am pretty grateful to have received the next Call that allows me to give you an outlet for YOUR voice amongst all the violence.  I needed the opportunity, and I am hoping that you will seize it as well..

Check out this Call for Entries from the Reece Museum at ETSU (Johnson City, TN) for The FL3TCH3R Exhibit.  Here’s your chance to speak your mind without media restriction.  Don’t miss this chance…

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Learn more about the FL3TCH3R Exhibit!CALL for ENTRIES:
FL3TCH3R 2015


The theme of THE FL3TCH3R EXHIBIT is focused on work with strong social and political content. Work entered in the exhibit should reflect current issues that affect contemporary culture and investigate societal and political concerns. Diverse media and approach to the theme are encouraged.

ELIGIBILITY:  U.S. artists age 18+

MEDIA:  All 2D, 3D, performance & installation & video art are eligible. Due to space & logistical considerations, large-scale & complicated installation is not encouraged.

DEADLINE:  August 26, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  September 14, 2015

ENTRY FEE: $35 for up to 3, $7 ea. add’l if rcv’d by August 19th. Extended deadline for August 20-26 requires a fee of $40 for up to 3 & $7 ea. add’l.

Learn more about the FL3TCH3R Exhibit!JUROR: Joyce Ogden is an artist based in Southern Indiana whose work explores dialogues between sustainability, the importance of water to local agriculture, nature, time & space.  She received an MFA from  Indiana University & has exhibited throughout the southeastern U.S., including: the Speed Museum in Kentucky & Contemporary Art Center in Atlanta.

Ogden has been the recipient of grants and awards that include the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant Program & Kentucky Foundation for Women Sallie Bingham Award. In addition, she is a founding member of ENID, a Louisville based women sculptors organization.  Her work has been reviewed in regional and national publications.  Ms. Ogden is currently Professor of Art at Spalding University & the Kentucky School of Art at Spalding in Louisville, KY.

AWARDS:  Best of Show $300, 2 Awards of Excellence $100 ea & Appalachian Artist Award (TBA)

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the FL3TCH3R exhbit!


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