The Women and Money Project

Opportunity

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The Women and Money Project Call for Art

Entries are accepted on FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS.

Call Opens: February 1, 2016 The call will close when we have received a maximum of 200 entries, or February 20, 2016, whichever comes first.

There is no charge to enter The Women and Money Project. The Minnesota Women’s Caucus for Art is funding application entries.

The Women and Money Project, is looking for art created by self-identified women artists that addresses, investigates and explores contemporary social, political and economic issues related to women’s relationship with money. We are seeking art that expresses the women’s viewpoint on money issues defined by their gender, culture, age, and issues of societal control. The perspective can range from literal to poetic, abstract to representational, psychological to social and political commentary. This exhibition will open new dialogue regarding the myriad ways women artists and their peers view their relationship with money in today’s culture and society. Artists are encouraged to interpret this theme broadly and submit works that have resonance and meaning.

Schedule 2016

February 1   Entry acceptance begins. Entries will be reviewed on a first come first serve basis. The call will close February 20, OR when we have received a maximum of 200 entries.

March 30    Notification of acceptance

August 8      Artwork delivery due at Regis Center for Art, University of Minnesota

Entry Requirements:

Up to 3 artworks per artist

ARTIST STATEMENT. Up to a 530-character statement addressing the issues of Women and Money as it applies to the work. Files accepted: .doc and .pdf.

WORK DESCRIPTION. (80 character limit), dimensions, price, year

IMAGES. Up to 3 artworks. JPG images (1-3 detail views allowed).Maximum 1920 pixels on longest side. Minimum resolution 72 dpi/ppi

For VIDEO SUBMISSION. Files accepted: .mov, .mp4, or .wmv. Maximum video length: 3 minutes

Artwork Size Limitation:  

Work that hangs on the wall and projections must fit within 10 running feet of wall and no higher than 9.5 foot height. Floor pieces and suspended work will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. 

Installation Specifications: 

All media welcome. List any special installation requirements you have for your work. The work must conform to all the health and safety laws of government and the University of Minnesota.

The Katherine E. Nash Gallery provides: basic pedestals and vitrines for sculpture, some projection and video equipment.

NOTE: Packing, crating, shipping, and insurance for work requiring transit will be the responsibility of the artist. Once the work is received at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, it will be covered by insurance until it is picked up at the end of the exhibition. We will insure the work in the gallery provided the artist can provide proof of value.

Delivery of accepted work:

All artworks for The Women and Money Project exhibitions must be received at Regis Center for Art Katherine E. Nash Gallery by August 8, 2016. Artworks accepted Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, except on University or government holidays.

The Katherine E. Nash Gallery retains a 30% commission on sale of work in the gallery.

Questions? Contact [email protected]

APPLY TO THE WOMEN AND MONEY PROJECT

Opportunity Opens

Monday, Feb 1st 2016

Opportunity Closes

Monday, Feb 1st 2016, 1:30pm

Application Location

External Site
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