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CALL for ENTRIES: Materialized

2016 November 2

Learn more about the Materialized exhibit from The University Gallery at CMU!wedding SWEETS

Practical 3D food printing exists.  years ago I made some clever segue using Star Trek’s food replicator as a the unthinkable –food printing.  And now, there is the Bocusini, which uses all-natural food cartridges to print solid-ingredient food sculpture.  The first use that pops to mind is EDIBLE, miniature, exact reproductions of human body scans for wedding cake toppers.  Not the first thing that popped into your mind? Is it just me? What a perfectly unreasonable, delightfully impractical application.  This next Call wants your artistic applications, practicality not required.  These calls are rare; don’t miss it…

Check out this Call for Entries from The University Art Gallery at Central Michigan University for Materialized: Juried 3D Printed Art.  Don’t miss an opportunity to exhibit in this unique venue (an A-frame, former chapel built in 1959)Check it out…

*Editor’s Note:  You may download the .pdf HERE or on the CMU site; however, all entries must be done through CaFE, so most of the links in this post go to that listing.

Learn more about the Materialized exhibit from The University Gallery at CMU!CALL for ENTRIES:
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ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Artists must use 3D printing in the production of their work of art.  The work must be original and created in the past two years. Works must be able to fit through a door way that is 75 x 64 inches.

DEADLINE:  November 28, 2016

NOTIFICATION:  December 7, 2016

ENTRY FEE:  $35 for up to 3

JUROR:  Joshua Harker is a well-known American artist & considered a visionary and innovator in 3D printed art and sculptures.

AWARDS:  At least $1,500 will be awarded. Juror will select awards from the actual works at the University Art Gallery prior to the opening reception.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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