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Gallery Without Walls

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What Makes this event different?

Artwork will be on display throughout the downtown business district for a two-year exhibition period starting in the summer of 2019. While on exhibit, sculptures must be available for purchase. Artists should have some experience with public art and be interested in expanding their practice into the public realm, but do not need an exhibition history with public art in order to apply. In its nineteenth year, the gallery’s mission is to integrate art into the daily lives of local residents and visitors to the community by presenting works from regional, national, and internationals artists that resonate with people of diverse backgrounds. We seek artists working in a variety of media and encourage proposals that engage, educate, and inspire the community. Up to fifteen artists will be chosen by the Selection Committee to provide a work of art for outdoor public display in Lake Oswego. In recognition, the Arts Council will provide each selected artist with an honorarium of $850.

Selection Process:

The Selection Committee will jury on two levels; first for general quality of the artist’s body of work, and then on the piece(s) submitted with the application materials. The objective of the Selection Committee is to create an exhibition of quality works of art that reflect the greatest potential for diversity in accordance with the City of Lake Oswego's Public Art Guidelines.

To view the current exhibit, visit the Arts Council website at www.artscouncillo.org or take a Gallery Without Walls tour with your phone.

Free download at App Store - L.O. Art Tour or www.artscouncillo.org/gallery-without-walls/tour on your smartphone.

Proposal Must Include:

§  Cover Page: A cover page listing artist’s full name, mailing address, phone number, email, website

§  Artist’s Statement: A statement (300 words maximum) that describes your work (inspiration, personal statement) particular to each entry and suitable for publication

§  Please include information that details your experience with public art

§  Resume: A current resume, not to exceed 3 pages. Artists submitting in teams may submit a resume for each artist. Please include website and/or social media info, if applicable

§  Proposed works. May submit up to 3 works, recently completed (within the last 36 months) per proposal. Only include artwork available for exhibition and sale. Detailed, in-concept proposals are also acceptable (see below).

§  Include images of proposed works: Up to 2 digital images per sculpture; JPEG (jpg) minimum 300 dpi / 2400 x 3000 pixels in dimension. Include images of front and back of sculpture. If possible, show scale. Maximum of 2 images per proposed artwork = 6 images total per proposal.

§  Annotated Image List: Title, date, medium, height, width, depth, weight, and base size. Please include information on where this sculpture has been exhibited before, if relevant. A brief description of artwork should be included

§  Proposals for work not yet fabricated: If you propose work that is not yet fabricated, please submit a detailed illustration for each entry. Indicate size (height, width and depth), medium, color and anticipated weight

§  Artist’s name should appear on all pages of proposal

§  Please send as a single PDF if applying electronically; if applying by mail, please submit images on a CD or jump drive

Application Deadline: All materials listed above must be received by November 9, 2018 at 5:00 PM PST. Receipt of completed applications will be confirmed via email by November 16th if not sooner. Please, no calls or emails between November 6th and 16th while materials are sorted. Thank you.

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