Competitions Global Meltdown
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International Deadline: April 30, 2019 – SlowArt Productions announces a call for artists for ‘Global Meltdown’, a thematic exhibition of artwork related to the the global meltdown crisis.
We are living in an age of global crisis – of catastrophic MELTDOWN, a crisis the proportions of which, sadly, needs no description. Historically artists have foreseen, described and been inspired by crisis. The subject of this exhibition is every aspect of the MELTDOWN crisis, be it global, personal, environmental, financial, psychological, scientific and/or spiritual.
The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery June 14 – July 13, 2019.
ELIGIBILITY AND RESTRICTIONS
This exhibition is open to all all interpretations of the crisis, be it global, local, personal, environmental, financial, psychological, scientific and/or spiritual.
Artists, national and international, working in all media are eligible to apply. All forms of art are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply. Wall mounted works must not be taller than 96″ no wider than 120″. Sculptural work must fit through a 36″ wide entry door.
All works in the show must be for sale. The gallery will take a 35 percent commission on all sales. Sale price is determined by the artist.
There is a $35.00 entry fee for one to four artworks entered. There is a $5.00 fee for each additional artwork above four. Artists accepted to exhibit will not be charged additional fees of any kind.
IMAGE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Visit the ‘Meltdown’ website for complete details. All entries are via email or web post with direct html link
Artists will be notified of acceptance or non-acceptance no later than May 31, 2019. Results will be posted on or before this date on our website.
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Highly regarded SlowArt operates the Limner Gallery, a fine art gallery founded by Slowinski in Manhattans East Village in 1987. SlowArt also publishes the fine art magazine, ‘Direct Art’, distributed to a world wide audience in the fall of each year.