Monday, September 3, 2012

Upheaval - Part of Fotoweek DC
DEADLINE EXTENDED to Monday, September 10th!
Exhibition Dates: November 3rd - December 2nd, 2012
CLICK HERE to learn more and apply!
In celebration of Fotoweek DC (November 9-18), the gallery will host a juried photography exhibition that explores the theme Upheaval, whether in our own lives or throughout the world - illness, political unrest, and natural disasters are examples. This is a media specific photography exhibit that is open to all artists nationally and internationally.

Juror: Brie Castell is the owner and chief curator of Castell Photography in Asheville, North Carolina, one of the south's finest galleries specializing in contemporary photo-based media. Castell works with established and emerging artists from around the globe for exhibition and representation, and brings to Asheville leading authorities in the field of photography for educational programming. Castell has also been a working photo-based artist for over 12 years, has exhibited extensively around the country, and is in numerous public and private collections. In April of 2008, Brie was an exhibitor in The Artist Project at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, an exhibition of undiscovered artists which attracted more than 50,000 visitors. She was a featured artist in the Fall 2009 issue of Eyemazing Magazine, an award winning Amsterdam-based photography publication. Castell received her MFA from East Carolina University, and currently teaches photography at Virginia Intermont College.
5x5(x5) - Small works show
Deadline for Entry: October 8th, 2012 - CLICK HERE to learn more and apply!
Exhibition Dates: December 8th- 30th, 2012

Description: Back by popular demand, this small works show is a juried exhibition that invites artists to submit work that cannot exceed 5” in any directions. This is an all media exhibit open to all artists nationally and internationally.

Juror: Stefanie Fedor is the Executive Director of Arlington Arts Center. Before joining AAC, she served as the Assistant Director of the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center where she presented over 80 exhibitions of contemporary art featuring the work of both emerging and internationally renowned artists. She has additionally managed and directedexhibitions programs at the Maryland Institute College of Art and New York University. Before relocating to the Washington DC area, Ms. Fedor was the Membership and Regional Alliances Manager at ArtTable in New York, a national professional organization for women in the visual arts. In this role she advocated for and supported the leadership of women in the arts. She has remained active with the organization and was recently elected to serve on the Board of Directors as the VP of Membership.

Between the Lines: Contemporary Drawing Now
Deadline for Entry: Nov. 5th, 2012 - CLICK HERE to learn more and apply!
Exhibition Dates: January 5-27th, 2012

Description: Between the Lines: Contemporary Drawing Now is an exhibition that examines current trends in drawing today. This is an all media exhibit ranging from pencil on paper, to the conceptual, and to the three-dimensional. It is open to all artists nationally and internationally.

Juror: Linn Meyers is currently a DC-based artist with a BFA from The Cooper Union in New York City and a MFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries both nationally and internationally. Meyers' work is in private and public collections in both the United States and abroad; DC area museum collections include The Phillips Collection, The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, The Smithsonian American Arts Museum and The National Museum of Women in the Arts. Meyers has received numerous grants, residencies and awards, including the Pollock Krasner Award, Artist in Residence at The Hirshhorn Museum, and a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship. She has produced site-specific wall drawings at museums and galleries, including The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, Paris Concret in Paris France, Morgan Lehman Gallery in NYC, The Phillips Collection and Katzen Center Museum in Washington, DC, and many others.

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