March 16, 2023, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm,
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ART SALON VIA ZOOM
THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2023
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Meeting ID: 857 4661 4849
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Call for Emerging Artists – All Media
Deadline: April 7, 2023
Emergence: coming into being or prominence
Curator: Tim Sterling
Exhibit dates: May 31 – July 16, 2023
Opening Reception: Sunday June 4, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
PVA invites your participation in this all-media exhibit, which seeks to honor artists who are just emerging onto the art scene in Santa Cruz County and beyond. College students are encouraged to apply.
You may submit the entry form (see page 3) with a portfolio of up to 5-10 digital images of current work, new to PVA, for consideration via e-mail to Exhibit Coordinator, Hedwig Heerschop, email@example.com. Images of the work submitted should be jpgs no larger than 300 dpi and 6” in any direction. If submitting podcasts or videography, please submit a sample of work not to exceed 5 minutes in length, with a description of what is anticipated the content to be. Please title the jpgs with first, last name and the title of the piece. There are no specific subject requirements or limitations. The Curator and Gallery Committee will make the final selection of works to be shown.
Once selected, artists will be notified and receive a loan agreement in which they will provide the title of each work and the sale price. All works shown must be for sale.
Upload pdf entry form here: Fillable PDF Entry Form here
Complete the Entry Form electronically by clicking the following link: ENTRY FORM
Sculpture IS: “In the Garden” 2023
Sierra Azul Nursery and Gardens
Deadline: May 1, 2023
Exhibit Dates: June 1 – October 31, 2023
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 8, 2023 – 5:00pm -7:00pm
Curators: Susana Arias, Hedwig Heerschop & Jeff Rosendale
We invite your participation in the 17th annual Pajaro Valley Arts (PVA) sculpture exhibition, taking place in the beautiful two-acre Sierra Azul Nursery demonstration gardens, located at 2660 East Lake Avenue, Watsonville, California. We have enjoyed sixteen critically and financially successful exhibits, and look forward to including your sculpture in our 17th exhibit.
Pieces submitted must be weatherproof (to be insured), and should be of a scale suitable for outdoor display. Our summer coastal weather includes sunshine, fog, wind and rain. Pieces intended for display on pedestals taller than 18” may not be selected. We have limited access to electricity for the installation and display of sculpture. Upright ceramic sculpture will need to be able to be internally secured, likely with a rod inside that can be set into the soil or a pedestal. Sculpture larger than 30” is encouraged. Pieces with bold negative and positive elements and pieces 5 to 6 feet tall show best in the garden.
All visual artists currently residing in California working in three-dimensional media suitable for display outdoors are eligible to enter.
Upload entry form here: Sculpture_Is- Garden_2023