Submission Deadline: Sat Nov 12, 5pm
Juror: Anna Shapiro
Exhibit Dates: Nov 15 – Dec 10
Reception: Sat Nov 19, 3-6pm
Personal View / World View: There’s a lot happening in the world now, turning our lives inside-out. Grass-roots movements world-wide remind us to think globally and act locally. Artists are the coal mine canaries of contemporary culture. How does your art examine our shared conditions, experiences and zeitgeist? Do you see yourself from / on the inside or outside?
Submission Requirements: Creative Level Membership in the Gallery. See our membership page.
Works will be judged in person. All media accepted. Limit 2 pieces. Wall pieces must be neatly framed with wire and ready to hang. Work should not exceed 4 feet wide. Each piece should be labeled with artist’s name, title, medium, date and price. Unless otherwise specified, all art in the exhibit is for sale; 119 Gallery takes a 30 percent commission on pieces sold.
Deadlines: Work to be delivered by hand between Tue Nov. 8 and Sat. Nov. 12,
Prize: Solo Exhibition at 119 Gallery, 2012 date to be determined.
Juror: Anna Shapiro is an interdisciplinary artist concerned with social and ecological issues. She has received awards and residencies for her sculptures and installations; her studio is in Providence RI. She has been Director at Firehouse 13 in Providence, Director at the Boston Sculptors Gallery in Boston and Gallery Director at Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center in Newton. She is currently a board member at the Steel Yard and artist, catalyst at Waveylady Studio. Anna has spoken on panels, has published in alternative papers, and is known as the “wavelady” for her ongoing performance about making waves.