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CALL for ENTRIES: Imagined World Creatures

2015 November 22

Learn more about the Creatures of Imagined Worlds exhibit at ETSU's Slocumb Galleries!seasonal

It is almost time for winter cabbage.  I am always grateful to those of our local farmers that have the forethought to plant cold-hardy cabbage in late August so that we can have at least one locally-grown GREEN veggie this winter.  It is neither a high-yield crop, nor is it a high profit crop.  Aside from how delightful it tastes in Irish stew, I am fascinated by the other worldliness of cabbage layers. If you compare the outside leaves to the interior leaves of the cabbage head, you would assume one was some sort of alien mutant version of the other with changes in color, texture AND taste.  This next Call wants your other worldliness.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Slocumb Galleries at ETSU (Johnson City, TN) for Creatures of Imagined Worlds. This is a great academic gallery. $20 entry.  Don’t miss it…

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Learn more about the Creatures of Imagined Worlds exhibit at ETSU's Slocumb Galleries!CALL for ENTRIES:
Imagined World Creatures


ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists residing in U.S., age 18+

MEDIA:  Open to all 2D & 3D media

DEADLINE:  December 9, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  by December 18, 2015

ENTRY FEE:  $20 for up to 4 entries

CURATORS:  Marty Henley has a B.S. in Computer Animation and Design, a M.A. in art with a concentration in sculpture, and is a Professional Illustrator and Game Designer. He has a fascination with organic and inorganic textures and masses, their combinations in the creation of imaginary artistic creatures, and the emotional and psychological connections the viewers have with these creations. Marty is currently an Adjunct faculty member at East Tennessee State University, were he teaches 2D design, 3D design, and Color Theory.

Kevin C. Reaves has a B.F.A and an M.F.A. with a concentration in Jewelry and Metals. He is a traditional sculptor, metalsmith, digital modeler and an avid game and toy designer. Kevin is inspired by retro science fiction, Japanese monster movies, toys, games and 80’s pop culture. His designs have a strong geometric aesthetic and they often deal with social issues and human conditions that primarily focus on Western civilization.

AWARDS:  Up to $500 in prizes

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the Creatures of Imagined Worlds exhibit at ETSU's Slocumb Galleries!

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