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CALL for ENTRIES: Drawing 2017

2017 December 20

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Coleslaw is everyone’s holiday party potluck go-to, right?  Ha.  I didn’t think so.  My husband’s work party involves barbeque & fried chicken, so we decided to forego the standard veggie/fruit trays, layered dips & jello desserts.  My husband makes a mean coleslaw –rough chop, lots of vinegar & a touch of horseradish.  Now what do we bring as a gift?  You gotta love drawing random names.  This next Call is a much better version of drawing for the holidays.  Investigate even if traditional drawing isn’t your thing… 

Check out this Call for Entries from for Drawing 2017 & the Christopher E. Burke Fine Art Grant. $25 entry & no shipping.  The theme is open to more than pencil & charcoal drawing, and one artist now receives a $500 grant.  Take a look…

Learn more about Drawing 2017 and the Christopher E Burke Grant from!CALL for ENTRIES:
Drawing 2017

ELIGIBILITY: All artists age 18+ (int’l)

MEDIA:   Open to drawings in any medium including digital and experimental mediums

THEME:  Drawing “The curators are looking for drawings of any subject that are created traditionally or experimentally. Drawing is the original art and language of man and continues to allow us to communicate what we see and feel. A drawing can be formal and refined or expressive and energetic; it can capture our thoughts with doodling, marks, lines or shaded areas expressing our external world and our individual thoughts. It is a record of who we are as humans and our need to connect with each other.” –

DEADLINE: December 30, 2017

NOTIFICATION: January 22, 2018

ENTRY FEE: $25 for up to 3, $5 ea. add’l

AWARDS:  20 artists will be selected for an online group exhibit, “DRAWING 2017” at Gallery25N; the exhibit and artists will be extensively marketed worldwide to over 26,000 people including art buyers, gallery owners, curators, collectors, etc.  One artist will be selected to receive the “Christopher E. Burke Fine Art Grant of $500. That artist’s work will become the image of the exhibition and will be used on the invitation, video title screen and on all online marketing.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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