Call for Submissions VSU Call for Artists for Solo or Group Shows
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U.S. National Deadline: January 15, 2020 – VSU Dedo Maranville Fine Arts Gallery is reviewing artists’ proposals for solo and small group exhibitions for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic years, and a curated show, “Southern Ladies.”
Some stipend money may be available to help with expenses, depending on circumstances and Gallery budget.
Artists 18+ are invited to apply; all media will be considered.
Artists may propose a solo exhibition, a small group exhibition, or ask to be considered for inclusion in the following exhibition curated by a VSU faculty member:
Southern ladies have often been expected to uphold regional traditions and radiate a certain feminine grace. While the phrase conjures up images of hoop-skirted hostesses, this group show reflects on what it means to be a “Southern lady” in the 21st century. With a satirical edge, the exhibition seeks to reconsider gender norms in a regional context by looking at the intersection of feminism, femininity, and Southern identity.
APPLY ONLINE – $15 Application
To apply, upload 5-20 images, (up to 6 videos if relevant,) and include a short description of your proposed exhibition with a list of all participating artists (for self-organized small group exhibitions.) Include artist statement(s,) artist CV(s) and describe any expenses that you would like/need covered by the Gallery (e.g., shipping of artwork.)
Please indicate if you would like your work considered for Southern Ladies. This is not a juried show, but you may be invited to show if we feel your work fits with the particular theme of the exhibition.
Questions? Contact Gallery Director Professor Julie Bowland: email@example.com (229) 333-5835.
The VSU Fine Arts Gallery is committed to providing a teaching and learning environment serving a diverse student body and local audience. The Gallery fills a unique niche in the region as a venue for exhibitions showcasing student artwork as well as art from outside the region. Diverse exhibitions serve both the state and regional community by providing cultural enrichment and expanded educational opportunities to everyone.
As a comprehensive institution of the University System of Georgia, with approximately 11,500 students, Valdosta State University (VSU) is a welcoming, aware, and vibrant community founded on and dedicated to serving our communities’ rich and diverse heritages. Through excellence in teaching, basic and applied research, and service, VSU provides rigorous programs and opportunities that enrich our students, our university, and our region.
Valdosta State University
Dedo Maranville Fine Arts Gallery
Department of Art
1500 N. Patterson Street
Valdosta, GA 31698