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CALL for ENTRIES: Black & White

2017 May 1

Learn more about the Black and White exhibit from BWAC!LOVE ME love me not

Beet wars 2017 just ended.  At least once per year, I post something random about eating beets on social media.  Every time, it ends in my friends arguing the merits, or not, of this ever-controversial veg.  I am amazed by how passionately people love or hate beets.  The confusing ones are the folks that love merlot & hate beets.  I’ll never understand the disparity.  They both have that same from the earth pungency, so shouldn’t it be a black & white issue?  This next Call is definitely all about the black & white of it all.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from BWAC (Brooklyn, NY) for Black & White.  Take advantage of a discount for early entry, a distinguished juror & significant cash awards.  This is a great opportunity…

Learn more about the Black and White exhibit from BWAC!CALL for ENTRIES:
Black & White from BWAC

“Black and white is primal, the underneath, the foundation, of the opuce of color; black and white is where we register motion and, when the cones do not have sufficient light, our rods optimize our survival in the night woods.  ‘Black & White’ intends to explore this underground of survival and few words.” –from bwac.org

ELIGIBILITY: Open to U.S. artists 18+

MEDIA: Open to all media

ENTRY FEE:  $45 up to 3, $5 ea. add’l (early bird) or $65 up to 3, $5 ea add’l after May 10

DEADLINE:  May 10, 2017 (early bird) or March 31, 2017 (final)

NOTIFICATION:  March 31, 2017

JUROR:  Alison Hokanson, Assistant Curator of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She holds a BA from Brown University and an MA and PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, where she studied Minimalism before writing her dissertation on Belgian Realism and Symbolism. Her recent projects include exhibitions on the whaling scenes of Joseph Mallord, William Turner and on The Met’s collection of Pre ‐ Raphaelite art and design. She publishes and lectures on topics ranging from Impressionist painting to Symbolist drawing, and was previously a juror for the National Arts Club’s Artist Members Exhibition.

AWARDS: Best of Show Gold $1000, Most Innovative Use of Materials $500, People’s Choice $250, Curator’s Choice $250 & ten $100 Certificates of Recognition.

SALES: BWAC will retain a 25% commission on all exhibition sales.

For full details, Read the Full Call!

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