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CALL for ENTRIES: Really Affordable

2017 July 9

Learn more about the Really Affordable Art Show from BWAC!just a PINCH

Because I am self-employed, my food budget fluctuates from week to week.  I have learned how to make a casserole out of random refrigerator & freezer finds.  I have learned to keep affordable staples like rice & potatoes, sauces like salsa verde & marinara, vegetables like cabbage & carrots, and proteins like chickpeas & canned salmon.  I can serve a fantastic dinner for 4 for under $8 in a pinch.  This next Call offers art to patrons at a really affordable price to help artists begin to build a base of collectors while presenting work professionally and taking a low commission.  It is a thoughtful call.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from BWAC (Brooklyn, NY) for the Really Affordable Art Show.  There is a price cap on submissions to this show, but there is only 25% commission.  A distinguished juror & a $1000 purchase award make this is a great opportunity…

Learn more about the Really Affordable Art Show from BWAC!CALL for ENTRIES:
The Really Affordable Art Show
from BWAC

“The really Affordable Art $how’s broad theme encompasses all the possibilities of your imagination – allowing you to think,play and create outside the box with few inhibitions, restrictions, rules,or guidelines.  Just set yourself free to explore the possibilities of creativity. . .” –from

ELIGIBILITY: Open to U.S. artists 18+

MEDIA: Open to all 2D & 3D work including video (when self-presenting)

ENTRY FEE:  $45 up to 5, $5 ea add’l until 7/14 (final) or $65 for up to 5 until August 6 (late).

DEADLINE:  July 14, 2017 (early bird) or August 6, 2017 (final)

NOTIFICATION:  August 24, 2017

JUROR:  Laura Phipps is an Asst. Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has been at the Whitney since the summer of 2009. She has served as a juror for New American Paintings, on the grant selection committee of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation, as a visiting critic for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace & Smackmellon Studio Program, and as a guest curator at the Kentler Drawing Center, Brooklyn. Prior to the Whitney, Phipps worked in the curatorial department & director’s office of the Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth. She received her MA, Art History at Hunter College, CUNY & BFA, Studio Art & BS, Psychology from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX.

AWARDS:  Gold $1000 Purchase Award, Silver $250, 8 $100 Certificates of Recognition.

SALES:  This is a selling show with art priced for anyone and everyone.  To make it easy for new collectors, all work submitted must be for sale at $499 or less.  BWAC will retain a 25% commission on all exhibition sales.

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