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Call for Entries: YELLOW, A Juried Exhibition

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Annual juried exhibition. Ongoing for many years.

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Submitted images are for review purposes only. In the event that work is selected, a loan agreement describes the terms for use of the image(s): "Artist reserves and retains all other rights in the Work and to all copyright rights in the work with the exception of granting permission hereby to the Exhibitor to use images of the Work to promote and record the Exhibition in the press, social media, and on the Exhibitor’s website and documentation."

YELLOW: 2019 JURIED EXHIBITION

ATHICA is a non-profit contemporary art institute in Athens, Georgia that has been serving artists and art lovers since 2002.  The annual juried exhibition is a wide-open opportunity for USA and international artists all over the world to share their work in our state-of-the-art gallery that is located in a historic repurposed industrial building in walking distance of downtown Athens.  Our opening receptions draw hundreds and additional events held during the exhibition ensure additional attendance. Exhibits usually receive coverage from the mainstream, alternative, and arts press in the northeast Georgia region and Atlanta. Athens is a satellite city to Atlanta of over 100,000 plus a college town population of 35,000. The organization collaborates with other local art institutions including the Georgia Museum of Art and the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia, ensuring a vibrant response and participation in ATHICA programming.  ATHICA is a hub for new ideas in our region, providing a venue for dialogue concerning contemporary art and its role in society.

We seek contemporary art in all media that explores or references YELLOW, which is found in art, nature, literature, science, society, and language as a color, a concept, and a construct with many different connotations. The artwork will be juried by guest juror Kevin Sipp, Cultural Affairs and Public Art Coordinator for the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program and Gallery 72.  

Kevin Sipp is the Project Coordinator for Gallery 72, a Municipal Art Space for the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. Gallery 72 is dedicated to presenting stimulating and thought-provoking contemporary art and programs that focus on advancing Atlanta’s art offerings. Gallery 72 seeks to promote cutting-edge contemporary art while extending opportunities to artists and art organizations to explore creative expression and compelling idea.

Kevin Sipp is also a fine artist, scholar, and curator with expertise in printmaking, painting, sculpture and multi-media installation.  He has over 25 years of experience working in the Atlanta visual arts community to facilitate functional spaces and resources for visual artists and community – based arts organizations. He has overseen audience and program development, outreach, collections acquisition and management and exhibition selection for various regional institutions.  A Florida native, he has lived and worked in Georgia since the early ’90s where he received a BA in Printmaking from the Atlanta College of Art.

 

Deadline for Submission: June 21, 2019, 11:59 PM EST

Exhibition Dates: August 17, 2019 – October 6, 2019

For more information about this opportunity for artists please visit the Event Website.

 

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