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Charleston County Public Library in Charleston, SC, Calls for Submissions for Exhibits at Saul Alexander Foundation Gallery – Deadline Sept. 30, 2014

July 22, 2014


The Saul Alexander Foundation Gallery at CCPL’s Main Library, in downtown Charleston, SC, provides space for juried art exhibitions from individuals or groups. Preference is given to works reflecting experiences and viewpoints of South Carolina residents.

Artists interesting in displaying their work during 2015 should complete and submit an application by Sept. 30, 2014. A Gallery Committee composed of local art professionals select artists and craftsman for one-month exhibition periods. Decisions are based solely on the quality of the work submitted.

Submission guidelines:

In addition to the application, artists must submit a current resume plus photographs or digital examples of eight-12 pieces of their work. The examples must represent the style and type of work intended for display. Each example should be labeled with the artist’s name, the title of the artwork, the medium used and the size. The work should not have been previously exhibited at the library. Preference is given to newly created works. Artists must be at least 18 years old.

Once the Gallery Committee makes its selections, the chosen artists will be contacted and notified of when their items will be displayed. The library’s executive director has final approval for all exhibits.

How to apply:

Submissions to exhibit will be accepted through Sept. 30, 2014. The works of each selected artist or group will be exhibited for one month beginning in February of 2015. Applications, which must be included with an artist’s submission, can be downloaded online, picked up at the Main Library’s Reference Department or received by calling 843/805-6949. For more information, please e-mail to (

Gallery Exhibit Standards:

Works on paper and photographs should be protected with glass or acrylic glazing. Acetate or shrink-wrapped works are not acceptable.

Alternative framing (with artwork sandwiched between glazing and backing) held together by plastic or metal brackets is acceptable if a secure hanger is provided.

For mediums not requiring glazing, such as paintings on canvas or fiber art, a sturdy framework with hanging wire is required. Lattice strip framing is acceptable for paintings on canvas.

The gallery utilizes a cable suspension system. A secure hanging wire attached to the picture is required.

Artists will be required to hang their own works. Special hanging arrangements will be made for library sponsored exhibitions. All hangings are subject to the approval of the gallery committee.

Case displays will be subject to the approval of the gallery committee.

Dimensions of the Saul Alexander Gallery are as follows: When entering the gallery, the left wall is 17’8″, the rear wall is 14’6″ and the right wall is 19’2″. The room height is slightly more than 8′.

Installation Standards:

A committee member will approve the installation of exhibits in advance and after completion.

Artwork, labels or business cards must be on heavy stock and must not be glued or nailed to the wall. Double-sided tape or pushpins are permitted.

If the artwork is for sale, the artist must submit a list containing titles and descriptions as well as prices. The list will be available to the public at the information desk. The artist may have business cards at the exhibit.

Works that are sold must remain in the gallery until the end of the exhibition, except under special circumstances.

The library will not be responsible for artwork not picked up at the agreed upon time.

The library will generate press releases for the opening of an exhibition and an announcement of the exhibition will be included in the library’s monthly calendar. The artist may send out their own publicity at their own expense.


It is agreed that the Charleston County Public Library will not be responsible in any manner to the exhibitor or the owner for the items or fixture pertaining thereto, in the exhibition in case of theft, destruction or injury thereto from any cause.

It is agreed also that the exhibitor or owner or both named hereto, are responsible for timely delivery, hanging and pickup of their work.

It is agreed that the number of items, including frames and mountings, which may be exhibited in a given space and the arrangements thereof, will conform to all requirements as may be prescribed by the gallery committee.

It is agreed that the exhibitor is responsible for transporting the art works to the library, for planning the display, arrangement or hanging of the exhibit, and for providing necessary materials and tools.

For further information call Mallery Manning at 843/805-6949 or e-mail to (

Arts Council of Henderson County in Hendersonville, NC Calls for Applications for 55th annual Art on Main Festival – Deadline Aug. 15, 2014

July 17, 2014


The Arts Council of Henderson County is looking for artists who are interested in demonstrating and selling their art or craft at the upcoming 55th annual Art on Main Festival, which will be held along downtown Hendersonville’s historic Main Street, Oct. 4 & 5, 2014. Hours are 10am–5pm both days.

Artists will be required to demonstrate on both days of the festival. The Arts Council is looking for candidates in media such as plein air painting, carving, wood turning, blacksmithing, spinning, jewelry, weaving, lampwork, etc.

Artists will be juried for this event and should submit three images (CD or prints) of finished pieces. The requirements for the booth will be included on the demonstrator’s application. The booth fee will be $50. The application is available on the Arts Council’s website at (, or by e-mailing the Arts Council at (

Deadline for consideration is Aug. 15, 2014. Applications may be dropped off or mailed to Arts Council office at 401 North Main Street, Ste. 302, Hendersonville, NC 28792.

One of the region’s most popular outdoor arts festivals, Art on Main features both fine arts and fine crafts. Artists from throughout North and South Carolina, and many other states, will participate in the 2014 Art on Main.

Art on Main is presented by the Arts Council of Henderson County with major support provided by Morris Broadband. Other supporters include Henderson County Tourism Development Authority, the City of Hendersonville, the Minor F. Watts Fund at the Community Foundation of Henderson County, Mast General Store, and “Bold Life Magazine”.

For more information contact The Arts Council at 828/693-8504 or e-mail to (

The Arts Council of Henderson County is a community organization that promotes, advocates for and nurtures the arts in Henderson County and Western North Carolina. Its office is located at 401 North Main St., Ste. 302, Hendersonville, NC 28792. (Entrance on Fourth Avenue West.)

The Arts Council is supported in part by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources; funds administered by the Community Foundation of Henderson County; Henderson County government, Henderson County Tourism Development Authority, and the City of Hendersonville.

Eastern NC Arts Councils Seek Applications for Regional Artist Project Grants – Deadline Sept. 12, 2014

July 15, 2014

Artists in 29 counties are eligible for the regional awards.

The Council for the Arts is seeking applications for the 2014–2015 Regional Artist Project Grants. The deadline to apply is Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. There will be free grant-writing workshops for the RAP Grants at the following locations:

Dare County Arts Council, located at 300 Queen Elizabeth Ave., Manteo, NC, on Thursday, July 24, 2014, at 5:30pm. Call 252/473-5558 for more information.

Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge, located at 404 S. Evans Street, Greenville, NC, on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at 5:30pm. Please go to ( or call 252/551-6947 for more information.

Arts Council of Wayne County, located at 102 N. John St., Goldsboro, NC, on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at 5pm. Call 919/736-3300 for more information.

The Council for the Arts in Onslow County located at 826 New Bridge Street, Jacksonville, NC, on Thursday, July 31, 2014, at 11am. Call 910/455-9840 for more information.

The Regional Artists Project program is managed through a partnership with the North Carolina Arts Council and 29 local arts councils throughout eastern North Carolina working as a consortium. Counties include Beaufort, Bertie, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Edgecombe, Gates, Greene, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Nash, Northampton, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Tyrrell, Washington, Wayne, and Wilson counties.

Residents in these counties are eligible to apply for grants which provide financial support to artists in all disciplines, such as visual art/craft, music composition, film/video, literature/playwriting and choreography/dance, and at any stage of their career. Types of fundable projects include the creation of new work; purchase of equipment and materials and professional development workshops. Complete funding guidelines and applications are available online at (

Since 1985, the state Arts Council has provided funds for the Regional Artists Project program to support professional artists. The regional consortium of eastern North Carolina arts councils matches the NC Arts Council to create a pool of funds for the artists. In the East, grant awards to artists generally range from $500 to $1,000, and follow a competitive application and review process.

Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge serves as administrative arts council for the Eastern North Carolina Regional Consortium and manages the application and review process.  Application forms and grant guidelines are available on their website, at ( Applications must be received no later than Friday, Sept. 12, 2014, to the Pitt County Arts Council, located at 404 S. Evans Street, Greenville, NC, 27858 or can also be delivered to your local arts council, Council for the Arts by 4:30pm.

For more information, contact Holly Garriott, Executive Director, Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge, by e-mail at (, call 252/551-6947 or Connie Wenner, Council for the Arts, by calling 910/455-9840 or e-mail to (

Durham Arts Council in Durham, NC, Offers Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artists Grants – Deadline Sept. 26, 2014

July 14, 2014


The Durham Arts Council in Durham, NC, is offering the Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artists Grants, which are career development project grants of up to $1,500 for artists currently living in Chatham, Durham, Granville, Orange or Person Counties in North Carolina.

Grant applications are due midnight, Friday, Sept. 26, 2014.

The Emerging Artists Grant Program is designed to enable individual artists who have mastered the basic techniques of their art form to complete projects that will further their professional careers. Grant requests may not exceed $1,500 and must be used for a project occurring between Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2015. Criteria for making the awards include the overall excellence of the applicant’s work, accomplishment and commitment of the artist, the feasibility of the proposed project and the impact the project will have on the applicant’s career.

The Emerging Artists Program is cited repeatedly by local artists as providing important financial support and significant public recognition of their professional achievements. In its 30-year history the Emerging Artists Program has awarded more than $507,356 through 467 grants to individual artists. Durham Arts Council coordinates this program in partnership with the local arts agencies of adjacent Chatham, Orange, Granville and Person Counties.This joint effort provides an efficient, non-duplicative administration and allows area artists to participate in the Emerging Artists Program. The cooperative nature of the program has also helped build relations between arts organizations in these counties and has encouraged networking between artists in the region.

For more information about this program and links to the grant applications, click here at (

Emerging Artists Grant Information Sessions for 2014-15:

Monday, July 28, Durham Arts Council
Adaron Hall, Durham Arts Council
120 Morris Street, Durham
Contact: Margaret DeMott, 919/560-2720 or (

Wednesday, July 30, Chatham Arts Council
Chatham County Arts Council Office, 287 East Street, Second Floor, Pittsboro.
Contact: Cheryl Chamblee, Executive Director, Chatham Arts Council, 919/542-0394 or (

Monday, August 4, Granville Arts Council
Richard H. Thornton Library
210 Main Street, Oxford
Library: 919–693–1121
Contact: Max Burrus, President, Granville Arts Council, 919/691-3595 or (

Wednesday, August 6, Person County Arts Council
The Kirby Gallery
213 North Main Street, Roxboro
Contact: Erin Elizabeth Ganey, 336/597-1709, or (

Tuesday, August 12, Orange County Arts Commission
Chapel Hill Public Library
100 Library Drive, Chapel Hill
Contact: Martha Shannon, 919/968-2011 or (

*All sessions are at 6pm*

The Emerging Artists Program is supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources, The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, the Durham Arts Council Annual Fund and individual contributions.

Click here ( to donate to the Emerging Artists Program.

Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville in Greenville, SC, Call for Entries for AGGG Small Works Exhibition – Deadline August 29, 2014

July 13, 2014


The Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville, located at 200 N. Main Street in downtown Greenville, SC, is calling all artists 18 years and older to submit works for the “AGGG Small Works Exhibition”.

Only original works of art not shown previously in an AGGG show and created within the last two years are eligible. These 2-D works may be in any medium including photography. Winners will receive $2,000 in cash awards. Greenville, SC, paper collage artist, Judy Verhoeven will be our guest juror for this year’s exhibition.

Selected works will be eligible to be displayed and sold in the gallery for the month of October.

$35 Entry Fee per two images
Deadline to submit images 9 p.m., August 29, 2014.
Notified of acceptance Monday, September 15, 2014
Deliver framed work(s) no later than 6pm, Friday, September 26, 2014.

Please visit our website for more information ( or call 864 /239-3882.

701 Center for Contemporary Art in Columbia, SC, Announces The 701 CCA Prize 2014

July 10, 2014

701 Center for Contemporary Art in Columbia, SC, announces the second installment of the 701 CCA Prize, a bi-annual art competition and exhibition for professional South Carolina artists 40 years and younger. The project will take place this year with a juried process resulting in an October – December exhibition for the competition’s three finalists and an award celebration announcing the winner.

Eligible artists are invited to apply for the 701 CCA Prize by completing and submitting the application package by Sept. 8, 2014. The application guidelines and package can be downloaded at (

“With this second installment of the 701 CCA Prize, 701 Center for Contemporary Art continues to add a crucial component to the eco-system and infra-structure for artists and the visual arts in South Carolina,” 701 CCA board chair Wim Roefs said. “The 701 CCA Prize is the most important platform to highlight some of the extraordinary young talent in South Carolina, and as such, this competition and exhibition has come to fill a void, not unlike the 701 CCA South Carolina Biennial has with respect to a regular overview of contemporary art in our state.”

The project’s purpose is to identify and recognize artists 40 years and younger whose work is exemplary in its originality, shows awareness of artistic developments and is of high artistic merit. The 701 CCA Prize will be awarded to one young professional South Carolina artist for outstanding art production since January 1, 2012. Aside from the age requirement, eligible artists must currently live in South Carolina. They must have or have had a solo exhibition in a museum, art center, regular commercial gallery or a designated gallery space in a cultural facility between September 1, 2012 – September 1, 2014. They also must fulfill several practical requirements outlined in the application guidelines. The application fee is $25.

An independent jury of three art professionals will select three finalists for the 701 CCA Prize. The three finalists will be included in the “701 CCA Prize Exhibition” from October 30 – December 21, 2014, at 701 CCA. The exhibition’s opening reception will be Oct. 30. The 701 CCA Prize Winner will be announced during the 701 CCA Prize Celebration on November 27, 2014.

The 701 CCA Prize Winner will receive a six-week, paid residency at 701 CCA; a solo exhibition at 701 CCA; consultation services from a professional advertising and marketing firm; and an ad in a national publication.

The jurors for the 701 CCA Prize 2014 will be announced later.

“The 701 CCA Prize is loosely based on the Turner Prize for artists in the United Kingdom,” board chair Roefs said. “The Turner Prize is one of the most prestigious art awards in the world and generates a lot of exposure for and excitement about the finalists. While the 701 CCA Prize differs in several ways from the Turner Prize, we hope that with a South Carolina context, it will trigger similar interest and excitement.”

701 CCA is a non-profit visual arts center that promotes understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of contemporary art, the creative process and the role of art and artists in the community. The center also encourages interaction between visual and other art forms. 701 CCA is located at 701 Whaley Street, 2nd Floor, Columbia, SC 29201. During exhibitions, hours are Wed, 11am–8pm; Thur.-Fri, 11am-5pm; Sat., 9-5; Sun, 1-5pm.

For further inquiries, contact (, call Sheldon Paschal at 803/319.9949 or visit (

Public Meetings to Identify Cultural Resources and Creative People in Spartanburg County, SC

July 9, 2014


Chapman Cultural Center is leading a county wide effort called “Culture Counts” to identify and map all cultural resources, creative industries, and creative people living and working in Spartanburg County, SC. A comprehensive identification of the communities’ cultural resources is the first step in any planning process. Public meetings will be held in several communities in the County in July, August, and September to gather data from citizens on what cultural resources exist.


The public is invited to attend meetings in their communities held on Tuesday, July 15, 2014, at Timken Community Center in Cowpens; Thursday, July 17, 2014, at Woodruff City Hall; Thursday, July 31, 2014, at Campobello Gramling Elementary School; Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, at James F. Byrnes Fine Arts Center in District 5; Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, at Upstate Family Resource Center in Boiling Springs; and Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 at Chapman Cultural Center in downtown Spartanburg, SC.

There will be two meetings each day, one at 11am and the other at 6:30pm. Both will last one hour. Scheduled activities will encourage collaboration and allow attendees to network.

The public meetings will provide an in-depth description of the project, allow citizens to discuss what resources exist, and engage participants in a creative activity. Refreshments will also be served.

Counting cultural resources will allow Spartanburg County to build community, use culture as an economic driver, identify public resources, and prepare for cultural planning. What makes Chapman Cultural Center’s “Culture Counts” project unique is that it includes a census-like count of creative people in addition to facilities, organizations, and businesses in the arts, culture, and creativity. This census will help engage talented people throughout Spartanburg County.

Those who cannot attend may visit Chapman Cultural Center for a physical survey or complete the survey online at (

“Every community in Spartanburg County has its own rich cultural heritage,” Jennifer Evins, President and CEO of Chapman Cultural Center, said. “By meeting with citizens throughout the County, we hope to identify previously unknown resources, people, and activities. We want those communities to know that everyone’s culture counts, and that Spartanburg has a lot to offer.”

The process will also use federal standards to map the locations of all non-profit and for-profit arts-related businesses. Spartanburg County has not completed a cultural inventory or census of creative people since 1993 during the last cultural plan.

Successful communities in the United States and abroad have used their creative and cultural resources to their economic benefit. Once Spartanburg’s data has been collected, it will be used to grow economy, increase tourism and hospitality revenues, and celebrate “quality of place.”

“Everyone’s voice counts,” Evins said. “Together, we can identify what we have and work together to use our cultural resources and engage our creative people to the betterment of Spartanburg and all of our citizens.”

Attendance at these public meetings is free. Citizens of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds are encouraged to participate.

Caldwell Arts Council in Lenoir, NC, Announces “29th Annual Sculptural Celebration” – Sept. 6, 2014

July 8, 2014


The Caldwell Arts Council in Lenoir, NC, in partnership with Tri State Sculptors Association, announces the “29th Annual Sculpture Celebration” to be held 9am to 4pm, Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014, at the T.H. Broyhill Walking Park, 945 Lakewood Circle in Lenoir.

The Celebration will feature sculptural artwork by artists from across the eastern United States who will compete for cash prizes totaling $11,000.00. Realistic and abstract, traditional and contemporary, movable and stationary, indoor and outdoor – sculptures of all types will be on display.  The juror for this year’s event is Asheville, NC, artist Randy Shull.

Work by Betty Branch

Lenoir’s “Annual Sculpture Celebration” is recognized as the longest-running sculpture competition in the Southeast and a driving force in the area’s sculptor-friendly environment. The event started small but now attracts artists and visitors from across the United States. “This is a great show for both experienced artists and for a first-time art experience,” says Lee Carol Giduz, Caldwell Arts Council Executive Director.

Food vendors, children’s art activities, and live music from the Sylvio Martinat Swing Band and Strictly Clean and Decent will be featured throughout the day

Blue Jeans Preview Party will be held on Friday, Sept. 5, 2014.

Many sculptors arrive early to install larger sculptures and to pick the best spot for their artwork. A buffet dinner will be held to welcome them and to introduce the judge and sponsors of the event on Friday, Sept. 5 beginning at 7pm.  This event is free for registered sculptors, $20 in advance for guests.

Artists May Register Now

Registration for “Sculpture Celebration” is open to any 3-D artist up to the day of the event, and each sculptor may present up to three sculptures. Cost to register the day of the Sculpture Celebration is $80; significant discounts are available for early registration. Details of participation are available on the website (

Work by Stefan Bonitz

Lenoir is located in Caldwell County in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, off Hwy 321 between Hickory and the Blowing Rock / Boone area.

For further information about the Sculpture Celebration contact the Caldwell Arts Council, by calling 828/754-2486, e-mail to (, or visit (

The Caldwell Arts Council is located at 601 College Ave SW, Lenoir, NC, 28645.

Greenhill in Greensboro, NC, Calls for Submission for US Figure Skating Championships’ Poster – Deadline Sept. 30, 2014

July 7, 2014


Greenhill in Greensboro, NC, and the US Figure Skating Championships are looking for an original artwork portraying the spirit, athleticism and grace of figure skating for the official poster of the 2015 US Figure Skating Championships taking place at the Greensboro Coliseum from January 18-25, 2015. The winning artist will receive $3000 for reproduction of their work on the poster as well as royalties from sales during the Championships. Second and third place entries will receive $750 and $500 respectively.  A People’s Choice award of $750 voted by the public will also be awarded.

Entries are due by September 30, 2014

CLICK HERE ( to submit your entry.

Winning entry of the 2011 USFC by artist Jordan Grace Owens

Rules for Submission:

1.  Eligibility: The competition is open to current residents of North Carolina (temporary or permanent) or out-of-state residents who have earned a degree from a North Carolina college or university.

2. Artworks must be 2-d.  All media (painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, fiber art) are accepted. Photography is excluded. Do not include typography or illustrated text in your artwork.

3. All submissions must be an original design by the entrant, not an adaptation of another artist’s design, and conceived for reproduction as a 40 x 30 inch poster.

4.  Artists may submit up to two entries in the form of jpeg digital images. There is a $10 fee per entry. Submit online at ( Please address any questions by e-mail to (

5. All submissions must be received by September 30, 2014.

6. Entrants must agree if they are selected as one of the 40 semi-finalists, to exhibit their work at the Coliseum from January 18-25, 2015 and prepare their work for display.

7. Semi-finalists will be notified by October 15, 2014.

8. Drop-off of semi-finalists’ work at the Orientation Room, Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 North Davie Street, Greensboro, NC 27401 for juried review: December 11, 2014.

9. Notification of winning design and 2nd and 3rd place entries:  December 15, 2014.

10. Awards conferred during a ceremony at the Greensboro Coliseum on January 16 or 17, 2015 (to be announced).

11. Works picked up at Greenhill, 200 North Davie Street, Greensboro, NC 27401 on January 28 and January 29, 2015.

12. The winning artists give Greenhill and the US Figure Skating Championships the right to use their artwork, or part thereof, in any publication, advertising, or promotional materials.

For more information on the 2015 US Figure Skating Championships, please visit the website at (

Litmus Gallery and Studios in Raleigh, NC, Calls for Entries for 2014 Blue Grass Art Show – Deadline Sept. 4, 2014

July 7, 2014

Litmus Gallery & Studios in Raleigh, NC, is calling for entries for its 2014 Blue Grass Art Show, which will be shown from Sept. 30 through Nov. 1, 2014.

Eligibility: The exhibition is a juried exhibition to showcase outstanding original visual art.  It is being scheduled to overlap with IBMA’s World of Bluegrass Week Sept. 30 – Oct. 4, 2014 in Raleigh, NC.  It is open to both professional and emerging artists who are 18 years or older using visual media.  Artists may submit for consideration up to three works not previously exhibited at Litmus Gallery.  2-D and 3-D art relating to the title of this show (very broadly interpreted) will be selected for this exhibition.  All works of art entered must be for sale.  Artists who wish to participate should e-mail their name, address, phone #, e-mail address, photos (1 view of 2-D) and 2 views of 3-D of their work along with title of work, dimensions, medium, and price to the Litmus Gallery Jury Committee at ( to be considered for inclusion.  Works must be original and committed to the show for the entire exhibition period. Litmus Gallery & Studios reserves the right to refuse any work that is not properly presented, requires special installation, or is deemed inappropriate by the Litmus Gallery Jury committee.

Presentation Specifications: All 2D work must be completely prepared for hanging with wire.  Wire must not be frayed and must support the weight of the piece.  No “saw tooth” hangers may be used.  Works that are not properly wired will not be displayed.  Maximum framed size cannot exceed 50” in any direction.  2D and 3D art cannot exceed 50 pounds.

Fees: For those selected to participate there is an entry fee of $30.00.  The fee will be collected at the time the art is delivered to Litmus Gallery.  For those wishing to submit art to be considered, Litmus Gallery & Studios must receive entries by no later than Thursday, September 4, 2014.

Liability: Works are entered at the risk of the artist.  Although the utmost care will be taken in handling all art work, Litmus Gallery & Studios will not be responsible for damage or loss from any cause.  Submitting a work of art shall imply an agreement on the part of the artist to the conditions set forth in this prospectus.

Sales: Sales will be encouraged.  A 30% commission will be collected on art sold during the exhibition.  The artist is committed to the sale price submitted.  In order to encourage sales Litmus Gallery participates in Raleigh’s GRCVB SmartCard program. A discount of 10% on one work by an exhibiting artist is offered to each leisure visitor and convention attendee shopping at our gallery.  The 10% discount is taken out of the gallery’s 30% commission and the artist still receives 70% of the sales price.

People’s Choice Award: Attendees at the reception on October 3 will be allowed to vote for the art they like the most.  The artist receiving the most votes will be awarded $100 and the artist with the second most votes will be awarded $50.

Delivery of Art: All art must be hand-delivered to Litmus Gallery on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 10am – 2pm.  Special arrangements for delivery at a different time may be possible: e-mail to ( to determine if a different delivery date is possible.

Removal: Unless sold, all artwork must remain on view until the close of the exhibition.  Unsold works are to be picked up on Saturday, Nov. 1, between 2pm and 4pm.


Sept. 4 – Entry information must be received by this date

Sept. 12 – Artist notified by this date if their work is juried into the show

Sept. 27 – Accepted works hand-delivered to Gallery: 10am – 2pm

Sept. 30 – Nov. 1 – Exhibit open to the public

Sept. 30 – Oct. 4 – Exhibit open 2pm-6pm. (2-9pm on Oct 3)

Oct. 3 – Reception, 6-9pm

Oct. 5 – Nov. 1 – Exhibit open Saturdays, 10am-2pm and by appointment

Nov. 1 – Exhibit closes 2pm, unsold art to be picked up 2-4pm

For further information call 919/571-3605, e-mail to ( or visit (


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