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CALL for ENTRIES: Maker, Thinker, Feeler

2016 September 23

Learn more about The Artist as Maker, Thinker & Feeler!hot HOT hot

My kitchen is awash with hot peppers.  A trip to our UT Farmers Market resulted in a bounty of experimental varietals of habenero & Scotch bonnet peppers.  I moved them from a paper bag to the dehydrator trays, and three hand washes later, my hands were still on fire.  The maker in me couldn’t let go of the idea that I need to preserve them for use over the winter.  The maker in me tries to find a use for every extra.  How does your maker-thinker-feeler side affect your work?  This Call wants to know.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Cade Art Gallery (Arnold, MD) for The Artist as Maker, Thinker, Feeler.  Only $22 to enter this academic show.  Theme open to interpretation…

Learn more about the National Juried show from the Cade Art Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
Maker, Thinker, Feeler
from Cade Art Gallery

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ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all U.S. artists

MEDIA:  Open to all 2-D work

THEME: “This is a call for art that is driven by ideas and emotions, but that also has a strong emphasis on aesthetics, materials, and craft. In other words, the work in this show will be conceptually and emotionally dynamic but will also have a strong embodiment of form through process.  The show is open to individual interpretations of the meaning & relative importance of concept, form, and process in one’s own art-making practice.”

DEADLINE:  October 14, 2016

NOTIFICATION:  October 19, 2016

ENTRY FEE: $22 for up to 6

JUROR:  Jack Rasmussen earned his bachelor’s degree in art from Whitman College. He holds master’s degrees in painting, arts management, and anthropology; and a PhD in anthropological linguistics from American University. Rasmussen began his career in 1975 as assistant director of the Washington Project for the Arts under founder Alice Denney.  Rasmussen is currently on the Board of the Maryland State Arts Council and serves as the Director and Curator of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the National Juried show from the Cade Art Gallery!

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