Show and sell your best work at “Immediate Surroundings” summer sales exhibition
Tuesday, April 8-Friday, May 16, 2014
Deadline for submissions is Friday, May 16.
The SCAD exhibitions department invites SCAD students, professors, staff and alumni to submit entries for the 2014 summer sales exhibition “Immediate Surroundings.”
“Immediate Surroundings” seeks works by SCAD artists that depict a range of interpretations that suggest a sense of place. This can include interiors or landscapes, still lifes or close-up images, representations of people or cities, abstract or representational visions of the environment — whatever you believe examines the personal or overarching world you live in, directly or indirectly.
The “Immediate Surroundings” call for submissions welcomes artists making work from a variety of disciplines including but not limited to painting, photography, sculpture, fibers, film, animation, drawing and printmaking.
Email completed entries to Chris Constas, using "Artist Name: Immediate Surroundings" in the subject line. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Limit your attachment size to 1MB. Include the following:
Images of individual works, with image files titled to match the works' title. Example: Doe_Jane_Mona Lisa.jpg
- Images must show completed work, and images of 2-D work must incorporate the frame if the work is framed.
Word document containing name, mailing address, email address, phone number, current SCAD status (e.g., M.F.A. painting student), with a checklist of works submitted that includes title of work, medium, dimensions, year and artist price. Document title should include artist name. Example: Doe_Jane_Checklist.doc
- Please note that for professors, alumni and staff, artist price is marked up 50 percent and 30 percent for matriculated students.
A word document résumé or CV including artist exhibition history, separated into group and solo shows, and awards and honors. Example: Doe_Jane_CV.doc.
- Do not include contact information or graphics.
Artists will be notified of a decision in a timely fashion.
Gutstein Gallery | 201 E. Broughton St. | Savannah, Georgia
June 16-Aug. 24