Call for Art: inDIVISIBLE

inDIVISIBLE
March 10-May 14, 2017
Eclipse Mill Gallery
243 Union Street, #102
North Adams, MA 01247
gallery@eclipsemill.com
eclipsemill.com

The Eclipse Mill Gallery in North Adams, Massachusetts is inviting professional artists in any media to submit to its spring juried exhibition titled inDIVISIBLE.

The 2016 political campaign season was incredibly stressful and contentious. It divided families, distanced friends, and challenged our perceptions of the country at large. The subsequent election of Donald J. Trump as the nation’s 45th President has deepened the divide among citizens and residents of the country. This exhibition, inDIVISIBLE, will explore themes of democracy and the American electoral system. We are looking for works that are reflective of your thoughts, experiences, and reactions to the political events of the past ten months and the impact these events have had on you personally, professionally, socially, philosophically, and/or culturally.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The deadline has been extended to Thursday, February 9 at 11:59pm.

APPLY HERE: https://eclipsemill.submittable.com/Submit

Juror: Alexandra Foradas

Alexandra Foradas is Assistant Curator of Visual Arts at MASS MoCA, where she has organized the exhibitions Bibliothecaphilia (2015) and Jenny Holzer (2017). She is currently working on forthcoming exhibitions of work by Taryn Simon and Robert Rauschenberg. Foradas formerly coordinated programming at The Arts Club of Chicago, where she worked on exhibitions of work by David Salle, Chris Ofili, and Janice Kerbel, as well as over a hundred performances, lectures, and panels. She received her MA in Art History from Williams College.

All local, regional, and national professional artists in any media will be considered for this call for art. The deadline for submissions is Friday, February 3, 2017 and a minimum $30 non-refundable application fee (for up to 3 works) is required. $5 for each work submitted thereafter. Up to 8 works may be submitted by each applicant. Digital images must be 300dpi and no larger than 2400px on the longest side. Entries must have been completed in 2016 or 2017 and not previously exhibited in the Eclipse Mill Gallery. All submissions must be made online. The juror will review and select participants based largely on theme, artistic excellence, and diversity of voice. Applicants will be notified by February 17, 2017 of the juror’s decision. All artwork MUST be received by March 1, 2017. The gallery will take a 30% commission on all works sold. Works do not have to be for sale to be exhibited.

Eligibility: National
State: Massachusetts
Fee: $30.00 for 3 entries/ $5 for each entry thereafter
Entry Deadline: 2/3/17
Artist Notification: 2/17/17
Art Delivery Date: 3/1/17
Exhibition Opening: 3/9/17
Exhibition Dates: 3/10/17 – 5/14/17
Exhibition Hours: Friday-Sunday 12-5pm and by appointment

Round trip shipping and insurance is the responsibility of the artist. Work may be delivered and picked up in person. Please email the Gallery Manager to arrange delivery or to discuss transportation options.

Please ship your packages to: Julia Dixon c/o Eclipse Mill Gallery, 243 Union Street #407, North Adams, MA 01247

Works must be delivered ready for installation/display. Gallery reserves the right not to exhibit any work not accurately represented by the digital entry, arrives damaged, is not properly prepared for exhibition or is deemed too fragile for effective display. Submission of entry constitutes agreement to all conditions in this prospectus. The artist agrees that images of selected artwork and the submitted text can be used by the gallery for promotions and publications.

The Eclipse Mill, originally a cotton mill built in 1896, is an artists’ community consisting of forty artist studio lofts located in North Adams, Massachusetts. The lofts and gallery are located one mile east of MASS MoCA, one of the largest centers for contemporary visual art and performing arts in the United States.

For more information, please contact Julia Dixon, Eclipse Mill Gallery Manager, at gallery@eclipsemill.com.

Comments

  1. I am an artist who has been inactive for decades.
    As an offspring of a mother whose family relocated to the southern territories from the North Carolina Settlement once they were vacated by Native Americans prior to the American Revolution,

    and an immigrant father born in Germany as the family fled the pogroms in Austria,

    And a student of Human Development and Communication,

    I am keenly interested in your upcoming Exhibit and will endeavor to Make Relevent Art to submit for consideration.

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