All forms of creative works are encouraged, especially for St. Croix valley artists - any media, subjects and styles are welcome. Painting, fibers, printmaking, book arts, sculpture and photography are included. Accepted artists will be invited to participate in an individual or a collective show in upcoming months. Especially seeking artists whose work represents the following categories:
Book Arts, March-April 2012. Acceptable mediums
The exhibited books arts may be editioned or one-of-a-kind, artist books, book objects, altered books or zines. Illustration artwork and the art of paper making will also be accepted.
Recycled Arts, April- May 2012. Acceptable mediums
Anything goes! This includes two- and three-dimensional works, including but not limited to: paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, pottery, and glass work, collage, metalwork and stonework. At least 50% of each piece of artwork must be recycled (discarded/found) materials manmade or organic. This exhibit is co-sponsored by What We Need is Here, a network of St. Croix Valley arts and environmental non profits "getting creative about sustainable living."
Front Porch, June- July 2012. Acceptable mediums
Artwork inspired by our summer theme. The "front porch" is a gathering place for creative minds and people!
Guest Juror: Kerry A. Morgan- Director of gallery and exhibition programs at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD).
Entry Deadline: January 31, 2012
TO APPLY: Visit our website at http://www.artreachstcroix.org/ for our simple application form.
Click tab under "For Artists." Questions? Contact Bria Lindstrom- email@example.com
or call 651.439.1465
ArtReach St. Croix supports, fosters and celebrates visual, literary and performing arts in the St. Croix Valley. As a non-profit organization, ArtReach St. Croix's mission is to connect communities and the arts. By coordinating events, marketing initiatives and education opportunities, ArtReach supports the work of artists and arts organizations, and provides arts leadership across the St. Croix Valley.