"Women in Sculpture" Outdoor Exhibition
Submission Deadline: AUGUST 2, 2019
Eligibility: Professional artists over the age of 18, who identify as a woman, and are current members of Mid-South Sculpture Alliance, Texas Sculpture Group, Chicago Sculpture International and Tri-State Sculpture advocacy organizations.
Exhibition Sites: Along the Tennessee Riverwalk in Chattanooga’s Riverpark, and an urban corridor in Chattanooga.
Honorarium: $5,000-$7,000 based on site location.
Juror: Chakaia Booker, sculptor/photographer/textile and performance artist.
Mid-South Sculpture Alliance seeks artists’ proposals for a temporary sculpture exhibition made possible with funding by the Lyndhurst Foundation. There are no mandated themes for the artwork, but MSA encourages the submission of exciting, vibrant, and energetic work. Pieces must be completed and available for delivery by September 2019. The application requires images of up to three (3) recent works, an artist statement and biography, and a completed entry form.
August 2, 2019 Final Deadline
August 9, 2019 Artist Notified
September 2019 Delivery Installation Dates
September 2019 - 2021 Exhibition Dates
September 2021 De-installation Dates
Recent trends show that most exhibitions prominently feature male artists, with only a fraction devoted to the work of female artists; as such, PAC supports this showcase, because it enhances the accessibility of diverse artists in the creation of vibrant public spaces.
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