JURIED SHOW OF WORK SPONSORED BY
LIBERTY TREE INITIATIVE, DAHLONEGA ARTS COUNCIL &
DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ARTS, NGCSU
FEBRUARY 16 - 26, 2012
The Cannery, 61 Enota St., Dahlonega (next to the Old Jail)
JUROR: Dr.David Broad, Professor of Sociology, NGCSU
EXHIBITION: The First Amendment to the United States Constitution states:Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
This exhibition will feature art inspired by the First Amendment, and what it means to the artist and to all Americans. Faith and the First Amendment is open to two- and three-dimensional art by NGCSU students and Dahlonega artists.
The exhibition will be featured at a luncheon for visitors from Liberty Tree Initiative on Thursday, February 16, the opening reception is Friday, February 17, 6-8 pm, and the show runs the weekends of February 18-19 & 25-26.
ENTRY: Dahlonega Arts Council annual membership fee of $25, and two-hour shift during exhibition hours required. Each artist may submit ONE gallery-ready work. Send all entries as e-mail attachment in the form of a jpeg file. Up to 3 views may be submitted of three-dimensional works. All accepted work must be delivered to The Cannery.
RESTRICTIONS: Accepted artwork that is not gallery-ready (i.e., in an exhibition quality mat and frame) or is damaged will not be included in the exhibition. NGCSU and DAC reserve the right to photograph and reproduce entries for publicity. Acceptance of an entry shall be considered an agreement on the part of the artist to all listed conditions.
CALENDAR: February 1, 2012 Deadline for submission
February 6 Notification via e-mail
February 11 Delivery of work
February 16 Liberty Tree Initiative luncheon February 17 Exhibition opens & reception
February 26, 4-5 pm or
Feb., 27, 6-7 pm Pick-up of artwork
TO SUBMIT: E-mail entry in the form of a jpeg to: email@example.com
Include artist name, title, date, media, and dimensions of original work