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CALL for ENTRIES: Positive / Negative

2015 December 4

Learn more about the Postive Negative 31 at ETSUs Slocumb Galleries!comfort FOOD

When winter hits, my mood often turns darker.  But, instead of pizza & ice cream (okay, sometimes instead), I try to reset my nutritional routine.  I am always surprised how unexpected foods can trigger a change in mood.  Healthy fats like that found in fish, nuts, avocado are shown to improve brain health while vitamin D found in dairy (and non-dairy mylks) are a big help if I have been stuck indoors.  Spicy foods offer anti-inflammatory benefits that help with circulation and my energy levels.  Making a positive change in what I eat often helps me combat a negative turn in my mood when winter sets in.  This next Call is all positive.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Slocumb Galleries at ETSU (Johnson City, TN) for the 31st Positive/Negative, a nat’l juried exhibit. Open theme considers most media. Don’t miss it…

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Learn more about the Postive Negative 31 at ETSUs Slocumb Galleries!CALL for ENTRIES:


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

MEDIA: Open to all 2D & 3D media, plus video.  Note: There is no theme.

DEADLINE: December 17, 2015 (extended to Dec. 20th)

EXHIBIT DATES: Feb. 8 to March 4, 2016

ENTRY FEE: $36 for up to 3 entries

JUROR: Al Miner is Asst. Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston since 2010. There Miner has curated 8 exhibits and authored monographs including ‘Ori Gersht: History Repeating,’ and ‘Gonzalo Fuenmayor: Tropical Mythologies.’ His next major project opens April 2016 exploring the link between found object practices and urbanization in Asian megacities.   Prior to MFA, Miner worked at the Hirshhorn Museum &Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C.

AWARDS: Up to $1,000 in cash prizes ($500 for Best of Show, $100/ea Honorable Mention) and exhibit opportunities.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the Postive Negative 31 at ETSU's Slocumb Galleries!

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