The City of Santa Clarita Arts & Events Office is seeking art entries for an exhibit that will feature abstract art in the First Floor Gallery at City Hall. This opportunity is for artists located in L.A. County.
Titled “A Foot in the Door: Abstract Art and Meaning,” the exhibition will present works of abstract art, and provide the viewer with context about each piece. Artists will be asked to write a short paragraph (4 sentences maximum) about what inspired their piece, what message they are trying to convey through the work, etc. The exhibit will be on display from January 15, 2016 through April 9, 2016.
Art must be submitted for consideration via email by October 1, 2015.
October 1, 2015 – Art Submission Deadline
October 31, 2015 – Selection of Art
November 29, 2015 – Artwork Label Information submitted to the Arts & Events Office
January 15, 2015 – Art Drop Off and Exhibition Installation by Staff
The City of Santa Clarita, Arts & Events Office and Santa Clarita Arts Commission reserve the right to change the project timeline.
HOW TO APPLY:
Artists interested in being considered should submit the following materials by email:
1. The artist can submit up to 3 pieces of work for consideration.
2. Pictures of art should be sent as attachments in an email, or in the body of the email.
3. These materials should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The project is open to all artists, regardless of race, color, religion, natural origin, gender, age, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability. Artist teams are eligible to apply, including teams of artists from multiple disciplines.
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