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The Gibbes Museum of Art and the Center for Women Present “The Art and Heart of Philanthropy” – Jan. 14, 2014 at The Sanctuary on Kiawah Island, SC

December 31, 2013

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The Gibbes Museum of Art and the Center for Women, in Charleston, SC, are pleased to announce “The Art and Heart of Philanthropy” discussion and luncheon on Jan. 14, 2014, at The Sanctuary on Kiawah Island, SC. Panelists Laura Gates, Carolyn Hunter, Susan Romaine, and Anita Zucker will talk with moderator Jane Perdue about the art of giving back.

“We are so thankful to the distinguished panelists and the moderator, Jane Perdue, for their participation in this important event. Nonprofits exist because of the generosity of philanthropic people and through collaboration that strengthens a community,” says Center for Women Executive Director Amy Brennan. “We are excited to work with the Gibbes Museum of Art and know that these women will be an inspiration for us all.”

Speaker Bios:

Laura Gates: Board President of the Carolina Art Association/Gibbes Museum of Art, Mrs. Gates is the former Vice President of the Field Museum of Natural History and Principal at McKinsey & Company, Inc.

Carolyn Hunter: President of C&A Unlimited, Ms. Hunter is the owner of three local McDonald’s franchises.

Susan Romaine: A nationally recognized artist, Ms. Romaine is represented by galleries in Charleston, SC, and Santa Fe, NM.

Anita Zucker: Chairperson and CEO for the InterTech Group, Mrs. Zucker is past Board Chair of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, The Coastal Community Foundation, Trident United Way, and Jewish Studies at the College of Charleston among others.

Jane Perdue: CEO/Principal of Braithwaite Innovation Group, Ms. Perdue is a leadership futurist who writes, speaks, and consults about challenging stereotypes and gender bias. Ms. Perdue is president of the Board of Directors for the Charleston, SC Center for Women.

Schedule of Events:

Coffee and registration will begin at 10:30am followed by a panel discussion at 11am. Continue the conversation over a delicious lunch at Jasmine’s Porch. The Wells Gallery will host a champagne social following lunch.

Registration:

$75 (includes presentation, luncheon, and a $50 tax-deductible contribution to the Gibbes Museum and the Center for Women). Registrations are accepted on the Center for Women website at (www.c4women.org), or please call 843/763-7333. Advance registration required.

Thank you to the following sponsors: JMC Charleston, Kiawah Fine Jewelry, RTW Charleston, Wells Gallery, and The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort.

The Center for Women is an educational resource and nonpartisan advocate for enhancing South Carolina women’s economic growth and personal development to encourage success – personally and professionally – every day, every way. Through programs, workshops and special events we assist over 6,000 people annually!

Established as the Carolina Art Association in 1858, the Gibbes Museum of Art opened its doors to the public in 1905. Located along Charleston’s Museum Mile in the heart of historic district, the museum is dedicated to collecting and presenting Southern art from the Colonial period through today. The Gibbes’ permanent collection consists of over 10,000 works, principally American with a Charleston or Southern connection.  The museum offers an impressive roster of special exhibitions and public programs throughout the year.

Wilmington Art Association in Wilmington, NC, is Calling for Entries for the “32nd Annual Juried Spring Art Show and Sale” – Deadline Mar. 3, 2014

December 18, 2013

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Wilmington Art Association in Wilmington, NC, is calling for entries for the “32nd Annual Juried Spring Art Show & Sale”,  to be held April 11-13, 2014. The deadline for entry is Mar. 3, 2014 at midnight.

Each spring during the North Carolina Azalea Festival, the Wilmington Art Association (WAA) presents its “Annual Juried Spring Art Show and Sale”. This year, we are celebrating our 32nd year. The WAA is a non-profit organization that seeks to educate members and the public in the fine arts, provide scholarship assistance to deserving college students, and provide an outlet for emerging and professional artists.

ELIGIBILITY
The Show is open to all artists 18 years of age and older. Artists may submit ORIGINAL two-dimensional (2-D) work to include painting, pastel, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital imaging, fiber art, and mixed media, and three-dimensional (3-D) work.

MEET THE JUROR
The WAA welcomes Bob Rankin as the juror/judge for the 2014 WAA Annual Juried Spring Art Show and Sale. Rankin earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education from East Carolina University in 1970. Following his graduation, he studied at NC State University’s School of Design and the American Institute of Foreign Study in London. His career as an art educator spanned more than 25 years at Sanderson High School in Wake County. In addition to teaching, he served as the Co-Chairman of the NC Art Education Association, Secondary Division from 1982-1985. His artwork has been exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, Aspen, and Marrakesh – among other national and international cities. Rankin has received many awards, which include the East Carolina University Alumni Association 2012 Distinguished Service Award, the “Secondary Art Educator of the Year” by the NC Art Education Association, Seven-time winner of the “Best Spectator/Metro Magazine Best Artist in the Triangle”, and the “Raleigh Medal of Arts” in 1992. The National Scholastic Art Awards Organization also recognized him as the creator of one of the nation’s premier high school art programs. He currently maintains active studios in Raleigh, NC, and Leesville Lake, VA, as well as conducts art workshops across the country and in Italy.

AWARDS
Monetary and merchandise awards are in excess of $4000.

To download the complete prospectus visit (http://www.wilmingtonart.org).

The Holiday ARTcrawl in New Bern, NC, Will Take place Dec. 13, 2013

December 6, 2013

The Holiday ARTcrawl in New Bern, NC, will take place on Friday, Dec. 13, 2013, as many locations in downtown New Bern will extend their hours into the evening from 5pm to 8pm.

On Craven Street, see the creative escapades of Lee Hood, James Herring, Mary Ann Horn, Daniel Evan Weddle, Meg Wethington, Stan Harmon, Se’rah Cheatham, Lisa Bisbee-Lentz, Brandy Baxter and more artists in the Isaac Taylor Garden on 228 Craven St. The artists will be demonstrating creativity in bohemian fashion with patio heaters to keep the chill away.

Watch creative demos inside the Greater Good Gallery by Alice Bilello, Elisa Schulman, and Carol Jones. See new works by Sam Love, Earl Mills, Ashley McDaniel, Sue Lawrence, Tim Darr, Jon Derby, Ben Watford and more. The gallery is full of artwork by more than seventy artists including Norm Robbins, Corinne Corr, Jennifer Delamar-Goss, Karen Dodd and Curt Wright! And if you haven’t yet, here is your chance to buy local jazz: Andrea Owen’s CD of music at 228 Craven St.

Betsy Drake & R. B. Hamilton Designs will showcase their painted decor. Find handmade potter by Joyce Kotting Basye and Ross’ handmade candles plus hundreds of gift items at Mitchell Hardware on 215 Craven St. Two-for-one Studio Fee from 5-9pm at Accidental Artist on 219A Craven St. For reservations call 252/634-3411. See Kathleen Bailey’s paintings at Top Shelf Consignment, open until 6pm, 206 Craven St.

Robert Daniels’s artwork exhibit and Wine Tasting at Galley Store, 5pm to 7pm at 300 E. Front St., 252/633-4648

On S. Front Street, Joni Aldrich’s family photography is featured at Next Chapter Bookstore on 320 S. Front St.

On Pollock Street, artist Dillon Gunn will give a “creative painting demonstration” at Ribeye’s restaurant, 313 Pollock St. See art and hand-crafted gifts! At Carolina Creations, 317-A Pollock St., our “Make this a Hand Crafted Holiday” show continues with hand crafted and hand blown ornaments, jewelry, paintings and clay by gallery artists. Including ornaments by Felix Kniazev, Lisa Oakley, Rick and Val Beck, Clayton Dickson, Peter Newton, and Teresa Thibault and others. A beautiful collection of hand crafted Nativities have been created by Steven Wise, Terre Christensen, Sandra McKenzie Schmidt, Sara Meadows and Clayton Dickson. New ceramics include potters Shayne Greco, Hamilton Williams, Geoffrey Lloyd, Paul and Sheila Ray and Tonda and Joe Jeffcoat. New paintings are by Jan Francoeur, Pat Holscher, Maggie Arndt, Robert Rigsby, Sally Anger and others.

Fine Art at Baxters Gallery, 323 Pollock St., showcases “Gifts under 100” reception. Plus see new artwork by Jim Bisbee, Michaelé Rose Watson, Donna Slade, Martha Williams, Vicki Vitale and sixty more artists. In Baxter’s studios, browse the studios of working artisans including Sandy Bruno, GeeVee Meyers, Maggie Peacock, Jill Eberle, Candace Young, Pat Tencza, Janet Jaworski, Pat Eglinton, Donna Slade, Barbara Hesketh, Nada Bear, Dee Mayer, Audry Cushman and  Justin Bernel.

On Middle Street the forecast is stormy as Downtown Merchants create SNOW in Bear Plaza from 6-8pm. Blaine Kruger is painting at The Boathouse on 220 Middle St. Ask about Butch Miller’s photos of “New Bern Skyline”, Maritime Limited Edition Prints by Len Tantillo and fine art collectibles exhibited at Framing Fox Art Gallery on 217 Middle St. It’s an open house at Maxwell House Studio! Dietrich, Marvin & Linda Maune, 119 Middle St.

News Flash! Artist Jane E. Whitten announces her newest venture to host artists’ exhibits behind Bear Towne Java, where New Bern Artworks previously resided on 323B Middle St. Call to Artists: rent the space for your own solo exhibit, for info phone 252/557-9783. For the ARTcrawl, Whitten kindly offered her space to host some of the Bohemian Artists such as Sarah Thrasher, Mattie Coridio, Rachel Wheeler, Beth Gosnell, Sara Elizabeth Arje, Dan Wilson, Braedon Welsh. See creative demonstrations and the process of hand-crafting wares! Plus the girl scouts will be singing x-mas carols!

On Broad Street, Sandy Slaughter represents artists Ed Macomber & Laura Overman  at Studio Four-Thirteen Interior Design & Art on 413 Broad St. See more bohemian artists in action at Michaelé Rose Watson’s little yellow studio in the parking lot behind Bear Towne Java. The bohos will be potting, painting, sketching, and poetry reading! Meet Chris Wagner, Ben Watford, Earl Mills, Donatella Cristoforetti, Ed Macomber, Sam Love, Janice Peterson, Rachel Wheeler, Scott Coleman, and Michaelé Rose Watson.

Even further into the evening during ARTcrawl, “Fools Rush In” Live Jazz Music and Open Dance at Rivertowne Ballroom 305 Pollock St. from 7-10pm, details call 252/637-2003. Become an artist as you sing your heart out with KARAOKE at Christophe’s Lounge in the Doubletree at 8pm on 100 Middle Street. The trio of Lynn Philyaw, Liz Philyaw & Hank Barbee perform as “Belle Vici” in Trent River Coffee Co at 7:30pm on 208 Craven Street. Ratio Theatre presents “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Justen Nast at Craven Community College (New Bern Campus) Orringer Auditorium, 800 College Court at 7pm.  Buy tickets at Ratio Theatre Box office on 901 Pollock St. or call 252-626-0358.

Not up for walking? Sing your heart out while Christmas Caroling on board the Christmas Bear Trolley Tour, 5:30pm and 7:30pm. To Reserve your spot, call 252/637-7316.

ARTcrawl through the landmarks and showcases of art exhibits, live performances and artisan demos on the second Friday of Every Month! More info and map at (http://www.communityartistwill.com/artcrawl.html) or call 252/649-1712.

The Arts Council of Carteret County will Present Art, Chowder and Cheer, in downtown Morehead City, NC – Dec. 7, 2013

December 4, 2013

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The Arts Council of Carteret County will present Art, Chowder & Cheer in downtown Morehead City, NC, and on the waterfront, Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, from 1-5pm.

Tickets are $20. The Arts Council of Carteret County will have several artists in most of the participating restaurants with the artists’ original art on display and for sale.

There will be chowder to sample in all of the restaurants, and in most of the galleries on the crawl.

ACCC will also have mini canvases of original art in some of the locations. In exchange for donations of $10 you may select the mini-masterpiece of your choice. All of these donations will aid the County Art teachers.

Sponsored by the Downtown Morehead Revitalization Association – details can be found at (http://www.downtownmoreheadcity.com/christmas_2013.html).

Tickets are available in advance by calling 252/808-0440 or by e-mailing Lisa at (dmcra2@embarqmail.com).

For further info call the Arts Council at 252/726-9156 or visit (www.artscouncilcarteret.org).

Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC, Announces Duke Energy as New Education Partner

September 11, 2013

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The Cameron Art Museum (CAM) in Wilmington, NC, has designed a series of workshops for youth inspired by the current exhibition “Well-Suited: The Costumes of Alonzo V. Wilson for HBO’s Treme” that will give students an in-depth museum experience. The program allows targeted youth from local youth development organizations to study Wilson’s work at the museum, tour the museum, work with teaching artists,  to dialogue directly with the artist about his work and the process of creating a museum exhibition, and display their own work in a special reception at the museum.

With a focus on education, Duke Energy becomes a natural partner with the Cameron Art Museum whose intrinsic educational mission is realized through opportunities served across the community through the only art museum in southeastern NC. On Sept. 12, 2013, at 4pm Duke Energy will present a check for support of educational programming at the museum. The public is invited.

“Duke Energy’s partnership with Cameron Art Museum creates opportunities for our community’s youth to experience the arts, not only as spectators, but as creators,” said John Elliott, Duke Energy district manager. “We’re proud to support this program.”

The series of workshops will serve 100 children from the participating agencies.  Children tour the Alonzo V. Wilson exhibition with a guide and begin a unique hands-on art project developed especially for them by a teaching artist. The teaching artist subsequently visits the agency site to assist the children in completing projects begun at the museum. Finally, the series culminates in a celebration at the Cameron Art Museum where children, their families and friends are invited to attend the museum exhibition of their own artwork on display Nov. 2 and meet costume designer Alonzo V. Wilson. Wilson is a successful African-American/ Native American artist with roots in their community who is a rising star in the film industry. Following this celebration, images of the children’s work will be posted in a special section of the museum’s website.

The benefits of the arts for at-risk youth have been well researched. Heath and Roach conducted a 10-year study of over 30,000 young people to determine the benefits of arts education programs for youth after school. The study showed that the arts set the stage for an increase in self-esteem, while also providing an opportunity for youth to develop mentoring relationships with adults and older peers.

A study at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston confirms the benefits of the arts for young people. This study found that grade-school students who spent time looking at art performed better in seven areas of critical thinking than students without such art experience. Additional studies report that students who participate in the arts do better on the SAT than their peers. Locally, New Hanover County educators have told the museum again and again that the background knowledge the museum provides about artists, art history, art traditions in other cultures, and art processes is essential for learning across the curriculum.

Children who participate in the arts are:
Four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement
Four times more likely to participate in a math and science fair
Three times more likely to be elected to class office within their schools
Three times more likely to win an award for school attendance

The arts clearly make a positive impact on young people. Duke Energy’s support of this series of outreach workshops will bring the powerful impact of arts education to an underserved population and make a true difference in these children’s lives.

The Cameron Art Museum presents 6-8 changing exhibitions annually; ongoing family and children’s programs; a unique program of tours for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers; The Museum School classes for adult and youth education; interdisciplinary programs (lectures, music, films, literature, dance); Healthy Living Classes and ongoing workshops and classes in ceramics at the Clay Studio with resident, master artist Hiroshi Sueyoshi. The Cameron Art Museum also features the CAM Café.

Cameron Art Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm; Thursday from 10am to 9pm. Cameron Art Museum is located at 3201 South 17th Street, Wilmington, North Carolina 28412.

For more information about the museum, please visit (www.cameronartmuseum.com).

Dare County Arts Council Preps for 24th Annual Artrageous Extravaganza in Kill Devil Hills, NC – Sept. 28, 2013

September 11, 2013

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The Artrageous Art Extravaganza daytime event for children will be held Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at the Dare County Family Recreation Park in Kill Devil Hills, NC, from 10am-3pm.

Artrageous is an annual community celebration of the arts that features live art demos, creative hands-on booths, activities for kids, youth art, live music, food and more.

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This year, the theme for Artrageous is “The Art of Compassion”. Each of the many arts and crafts activities for children will be co-hosted by one of the many organizations that make Dare County a more compassionate, caring and giving community.

Among the charitable organizations featured at Artrageous will be Beach Food Pantry, who is working with DCAC culinary artist Chris Carroll.

“We are looking forward to collaborating with the kids at Artrageous this year. The county poverty rate is approximately 11% and we estimate serving more than 1,100 children this year.  We hope to highlight the work that we do in a really fun environment for kids,” said Beach Food Pantry president Lorna Ernst.

Artrageous is organized and staffed by volunteer artists, musicians, crafters, dancers, writers, photographers and other creative people who dedicate their time and energy to the event each year.

“The idea of The Art of Compassion caught on quickly because our county is so active in compassionate pursuits. We want the kids to take home artistic products to remind them of the importance of caring for those who are in need,” said Dare County Arts Council board member Martha Butcher.

Proceeds from this community-wide event benefit art education and cultural programming in all Dare County schools, the DCAC endowment fund, and the Artrageous Youth Scholarship fund, which awards one scholarship to a graduating senior at each Dare County high school.

Sponsors, volunteers, and artists are encouraged to become involved in this Dare County community tradition.

Dare County Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization dedicated to supporting the arts in Dare County.

For more information about Artrageous or Dare County Arts Council, please call 252/473-5558 or visit (www.darearts.org).

The Council for the Arts in Jacksonville, NC, is Seeking Applications for the 2013–2014 Regional Artist Project Grants – Deadline is Sept. 13, 2013

July 19, 2013

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 (http://www.pittcountyarts.org/grants/regional-artist-project-grants).

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 2009-2010, more than $200,000 was awarded to 142 artists statewide for projects that advanced individual artistic development. In the East, grant awards to artists generally range from $500 to $2,000, and follow a competitive application and review process.

Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge serves as lead arts council for the Eastern North Carolina Regional Consortium and manages the application and review process. Applications must be received no later than Friday, Sept. 13, 2013 either online, or packets may be delivered to Council for the Arts, 826 New Bridge Street, Jacksonville, NC, by 4:30pm.

For more information, contact Holly Garriott, executive director, Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge, by e-mail at (holly@pittcountyarts.org), call 252/551-6947 or Connie Wenner, Council for the Arts at 910/455-9840 or e-mail at (jaxarts@jaxarts.com).

Crystal Coast Quilters’ Guild in Morehead City, NC, Offers Annual Quilt Show – May 17 & 18, 2013

May 15, 2013

The Crystal Coast Quilters’ Guild will present its 31st Annual Show which will be at the Crystal Coast Civic Center, 3505 Arendell Street in Morehead City, NC, Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 9am to 5pm each day.  Admission is only $6 and children under 12 are admitted free!

Visitors can purchase tickets to win the 2013 Opportunity Quilt which will be awarded on Saturday, May 18 at 4:30pm. (Need not be present to win.)  Tickets are $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00 and can be purchased from guild members or at the show.

Special exhibits which will appeal to the art community are two travelling exhibits. A special trunk show, “This Is a Quilt”, will showcase a collection of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) members’ creations. SAQA members are well known internationally and this is the first time an exhibit of theirs has been offered locally.

The second special exhibit is from the Artrageous Quilters’ 2013 Collection. Their work is “back by popular demand” and will surely please viewers as much as the past exhibits have.

The Crystal Coast Quilters’ Guild (CCQG) is a non-profit organization of quilters in eastern North Carolina dedicated to furthering the art of quilting.

Since 1982, our guild members have included quilters from several counties near Morehead City, as well as out-of-state members. In addition to hosting an annual quilt show each spring, members make and donate quilts to support local community charitable projects. The guild is committed to education and sponsors several workshops throughout the year, in addition to programs presented at the monthly meetings.

Guild membership is open to the public, and we invite you to join us at a meeting soon.  Come and see what the Crystal Coast Quilters’ Guild has to offer you!

For further info visit (www.crystalcoastquiltersguild.org).

Mr. Bruce Barclay Cameron, Jr. Leaves Legacy of Philanthropy to the Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC, in Honor of His Late Wife

April 20, 2013

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“The museum family of trustees, volunteers, members and staff are mourning the passing of a great man,” Anne Brennan, executive director of the Cameron Art Museum said. She continues, “It is through his love for his wife, Louise Wells Cameron, that he worked diligently toward the realization of the Cameron Art Museum in her honor. Anyone who passes through these doors can feel the strength of this tribute and its profound inspiration to the community. Since Wilmington’s establishment over 270 years ago, Bruce Cameron still stands as one of our city’s most generous cultural philanthropists.”

Mr. Bruce, as he was fondly called, left a generous legacy of philanthropic giving that has impacted both the region and the state. In 2002, with a gift of land and seed money, he helped launch the Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum, re-establishing St. John’s Museum of Art in a larger, state-of-the-art facility. The new museum provided more space for public programming as well as expanded exhibition space, secure vault for the permanent collection, a 9.2 acre nature park and an historic Civil War site.

Brennan concluded, “Mr. Bruce, through the Cameron Art Museum, changed the cultural expectation for eastern North Carolina. He will be missed.”

The Cameron Art Museum presents 6-8 changing exhibitions annually; ongoing family and children’s programs; a unique program of tours for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers; The Museum School classes for adult and youth education; interdisciplinary programs (lectures, music, films, literature, dance); Healthy Living Classes and ongoing workshops and classes in ceramics at the Clay Studio with resident master artist Hiroshi Sueyoshi. The Cameron Art Museum also features its café, CaféJohnnie.

For more information about the museum, please visit (www.cameronartmuseum.com).

Coastal Carolina Artists & Crafters Guild Inc. Calls for Entries for the Car ART Show 2013 – Deadline Apr. 30, 2013

April 8, 2013

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The Car ART Show 2013 will be displayed at the Spring Craft Fair & Car Show on May 4, 2013, at the American Legion Building, 146 Broadhurst Road, Jacksonville, NC.

Eligible media includes: drawings, paintings, printmaking, photography, digital art, sculpture, installations, ceramics, fiber art, metalsmithing, wearable art, jewelry and mixed media. Media not accepted: video/film and live performance pieces.

Coastal Carolina Artists & Crafters Guild Inc. presents Car ART Show 2013, the first bi-annual competition for group exhibition and awards. Open to all artists working in any media this event is devoted to the discovery, introduction and promotion of artists.

Entry Guidelines and Rules

Eligibility and restrictions: The competition is open to all artists working in all media except video and live performance. All forms of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, graphics, digital and installation art, etc are eligible.  Entrants must be 18 years of age or older or accompanied by parent/guardian.

Exhibition and awards: All entries will be featured in a group exhibition at the American Legion, May  4, 2013.  Cash prizes awarded to 1st place $400, 2nd place $100, 3rd place $50. Entries may be marked for sale. Sale price is determined by the artist. The artist is responsible for negotiating all sales.

Entry Fee: There is a $20.00 entry fee for one to two artworks entered. There is a $5.00 fee for each additional artwork above two. Payments by credit card, check or cash at time of entry on April 30.  Entries accepted 10am -6pm on May 3rd at the American Legion Building, 146 Broadhurst Road, Jacksonville, NC. Make checks payable to CCAC Guild Inc.

Image use / copyrights. Artist retains all copyrights to submitted images and represented artwork. By entering the competition, artists grants CCAC Guild Inc rights to use the selected images on printed materials and Guild website for promotional purposes only.  CCAC Guild Inc retains no copyrights to artists work.

Privacy Policy: Artist Contact information is only held for the purpose of contacting artists and is not sold. Artists who do not wish to be on an e-mail list may unsubscribe at any time.

Liability:  CCAC Guild Inc will exercise the best possible care in the handling of work, but shall not be held for loss or damage for any cause.

Deadline: Photo of entry and entry fee deadline is April 30, 2013.  Mail to CCAC Guild Inc, PO Box 1044, Jacksonville NC 28541. Credit cards are accepted at CCAC Guild Inc meetings. Entries accepted 10am -6pm on May 3rd at the American Legion Building, 146 Broadhurst Rd, Jacksonville NC.  Entries must be submitted by the end of this date.

Jurors:  The exhibition is publicly juried May 4, 2013.  Visitors to the site submit their choice for first, second and third place. Every artist has equal opportunity regardless of the past exhibitions.

Saturday May 4, 2013  Work should be picked up between 4pm-6pm at American Legion Building 146 Broadhurst Rd, Jacksonville NC.  No exceptions*
*Work not picked up during scheduled time will be charged a minimum of $10/per week storage fee.  Work not picked up after 30 days becomes the property of the CCAC Guild Inc.

For further information call 910/938-7077, e-mail to (ccacguild@yahoo.com) or visit (http://ccacguild.org).  On Facebook at (https://www.facebook.com/ccacg).


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