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CALL for ENTRIES: Magnificent Maps

2015 November 11

Learn more about the Magnificent Maps exhibit from Artlink!grown
WILD

Have you ever eaten a persimmon?  I am headed out for a road-trip soon, and I am super excited about eating persimmon pudding in Indiana.  Persimmons are typically cultivated in the southeastern U.S. but grow WILD throughout much of Indiana.  I think their love of this weird little fruit has resulted in some of the best uses, including the notorious pudding.  Give a persimmon a try.  Make sure it is ripe though; trust me.  This next Call IS ripe and from Indiana.  (I know.  Bad.  Sorry.)  This is a great call…

Check out this Call for Entries from Artlink (Fort Wayne, IN) for the Magnificent Maps exhibit.  No entry fee.  The theme is broad & open to interpretation.  Take a look…

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Learn more about the Magnificent Maps exhibit from Artlink!CALL for ENTRIES:
Magnificent Maps

 

ELIGIBLE:  Open to all artists 18+ residing in U.S. (Sorry Shane Watt, they are missing out on the fine work of one amazing Canadian.)

MEDIA:  Open to all media. Eligible artwork should depict real or fictitious maps. Artists may incorporate collage pieces of maps or create new map- themed works of art.

DEADLINE:  December 1, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  All hung  *Editor’s Note: This in an update from the original post.

ENTRY FEE:  None

SALES:  A 35% commission will be retained by the gallery on all sold work.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the Magnificent Maps exhibit from Artlink!

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