The Greenville Museum of Art in Greenville, NC, is calling for entries for its Juried Exhibition, which is open to all US artists 18 years of age or older who reside in eastern North Carolina, as well as the triangle counties of Wake, Durham, and Orange.
Work must be original, executed within the past two years, and not previously exhibited at the GMA. Entry in this exhibit establishes an agreement on the part of the artist to all conditions listed in the prospectus and is a contract to exhibit entries selected by the juror. Substitutions for entries sold or otherwise committed before acceptance are not allowed.
A prize fund is guaranteed for the Best in Show, Second and Third places. Award money is dependent upon the number of entries received. Award winners will be selected by the juror and announced at the reception on September 7th at 6pm.
The juror will be Adam Cave, co-owner, along with his wife, of Adam Cave Fine Art in Raleigh, NC. He has degrees in both Fine Art and Art History from Connecticut College. He began his art career in Santa Fe, NM, in 1992 and spent over ten years as the director of Gallery C in Raleigh. He has served on the Town of Cary Public Art Advisory Board as well as lectured for The Visual Art Exchange and The Fine Arts League of Cary. Most recently Cave was asked to be a juror for Artspace in Raleigh. In 2010, he served for the third year in a row as art chair for the Alliance of Aids Services – Carolinas “Works of Heart” auction, the largest art auction and fundraiser in the Triangle.
To download a prospectus for the juried exhibition visit (http://gmoa.org/exhibitions).