Call for Art – Ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit
82 Peirce St
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Call for Art – Winter’s Eve – ninth Annual Juried Art Exhibit – Deadline: Saturday, Nov 9
For full prospectus and entry form, visit https://www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve
No required theme.
Exhibit dates: December 2 – January 3
Gala Opening Reception: Thursday, December 5 from 6 – 8pm, with cash awards and other awards announced.
Juror – Lorena Pugh (www.lorenapugh.com) Working in oils as a contemporary realist, Lorena has received a number of national and international awards. She earned a BFA from Pratt Institute and attended classes at the Art Students League, the School of Visual Arts and Rhode Island School of Design.
The Winter’s Eve 2019 “Juror’s Award” includes a SOLO 2020 Exhibit at the gallery. Artist’s option. Other Awards: secondhand third Place and Honorable Mention Awards from B and H Gallery, Crestar Gallery, and Nancy Stephen Gallery.
Howard Silverman Gallery . East Greenwich Free Library
82 Peirce Street . East Greenwich . 401-885-1699 . firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Winter’s Eve at the Library
Exhibition: Saturday, December 2 to Friday, January 3
Opening reception: Thursday, December 5, 6 pm – 8pm
Program – Juror’s Coffee and Conversation: Saturday, December 14, 11 am-1 pm
Submittal Deadline: Saturday, November 9 $10 per piece, $25 for three
Notification of Acceptance: Monday, November 18
Delivery of Accepted Work: Wednesday, November 27, 2-4:30 pm and Saturday, November 30, 10 a.m.-noon
Pickup of exhibited work: Saturday, January 4, 10-noon
Eligibility: Artists are invited to submit up to 3 pieces for consideration. A maximum of 2 pieces may be selected for hanging. $10 per piece or $25 for three. Artists receive 100 percent of sale proceeds.
visit www.eastgreenwichlibrary.org/winters-eve for entry form and instructions.
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Past Juror Awards Winners: Lee Bergwall Hanks, Uli Brahmst, Marjorie Ball, Reed McLaren, Cathy Chin, Nina Ackmann, Marilyn Saabye, and Jayne Guertin Schlott
Image: First Snow by Craig Masten