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CALL for ENTRIES: Show #31

2016 April 4

Learn more about Show #31 from Field Projects!smashingly

Do you own a food mill?  Think of it as a low-tech food processor.  I love them because it makes leftovers multi-use.  Run your chunky marinara through the mill for pizza sauce, while the food processor tends to make a watery mess. Baked apples, once milled make a great granita.  Veggies from making stock end up as a great, light sauce for a fast noodle lunch.  Your time is valuable.  Don’t waste it by throwing away the left overs.  Eat them.  This next Call is a multi-purpose tool.  Apply for one show and get considered for multiples.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Field Projects (NYC) for Show #31. $25 entry for all artists & all media. Plus, this entry submits your work for consideration for future shows as well. This is a wonderful opportunity!

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Learn more about Show #31 from Field Projects!CALL for ENTRIES:
Show #31
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ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Open to all media

DEADLINE:  April 9, 2016

NOTIFICATION:  April 19, 2016

ENTRY FEE:  $25 for up to 5

CURATOR:  Jesse David Penridge holds a Master from the University of Sussex, UK in Aesthetics.  Since entering the art world from the side of philosophy & theory Penridge has curated exhibitions, both solo & in collaboration with museums & not for profit institutions. He is also an ultra-marathoner & endurance cyclist (when he has time)!

AWARDS:  All submissions will be considered for Show #31 and the accompanying online show.  Plus, Field Projects Panel will be considering the current submissions for future group shows, solo shows & art fairs.

SALES:  All artwork in Show #31  must be for sale, with FP retaining 50% commission.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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