Competitions WMoCA 3rd Annual National Juried Exhibition
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U.S. National Deadline: August 30, 2019 – The Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art is now accepting entries for our 3rd Annual National Juried Exhibition!
This year’s juror is John Dalton. Many of you know him from his Podcast “Gently does it”. Mr. Dalton is an internationally respected artist, painter, photographer and writer, living, loving, & working in County Kerry, Ireland.
Accepted works will be on exhibit at the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art from Oct 8 – Dec 28, 2019.
The competition is open to artists, 18 years or older residing in the United States. Artists working in any medium are encouraged to enter, with the exception of video and computer-generated work.
Cash Awards & Reception for the Artists TBA.
Last year’s Best of Show, chosen by juror Frank Bernarducci, was awarded to Cindy Rizza for her oil on canvas titled “Lineage” (see here).
Sales are encouraged with a 35% commission benefiting the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art. As a condition of entry, the artist grants WMOCA permission to reproduce entered images for publicity and education.
- Deadline to submit is August 30, 2019
- Notifications of Acceptance will be sent September 6, 2019
- Work must be shipped and received at the museum no later than September 30, 2019
- Accepted works will be on exhibit from Oct 8 – Dec 28, 2019.
If you have questions, please email David Hummer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 715-571-6551
About: The Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art will inspire generations of north central Wisconsin residents and visitors from throughout the nation to understand and appreciate the art of our time.
We are located in the historic Wausau Club at 309 McClellan Street in the very heart of Wausau’s vibrant downtown, featuring works by internationally established artists from coast to coast. Our goal is to unleash our region’s creative energy and to engage a broad and diverse audience in conversation about how art connects us, allowing us to grow and thrive as a community.