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Monday, December 22, 2014

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences Residency Program

Emily Smith in Cove Studio
Open to visual artists, writers, musicians, ceramicists, etc - creative thinkers of all kinds. Located on 600 acres in the North Georgia Mountains, each artist has a private studio & living space, with communal meals provided four nights a week. No references required. $30 application fee. Current available financial assistance includes 14 Distinguished Fellowships - open to first-time residents - which waive the fees for a two-week residency and provide a stipend to the artist.

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE January 15, 2015 for the upcoming 2015 Summer Session (May - August). Apply at http://www.hambidge.org/application.html. Other application deadlines: April 15 & September 15. 

CALL FOR ENTRIES: 2015 Chattahoochee Biennial of Textiles 60th Anniversary Juried Exhibit


The Chattahoochee Handweavers Guild (CHG) sponsors an exhibition every year. In odd-numbered years, CHG hosts the Chattahoochee Biennial of Textiles, a regional exhibit open to fiber artist in the southeastern United States. This year CHG is pleased to announce an international exhibition of art that references and/or uses fiber, fiber techniques and fiber technologies in innovative ways.

CONCEPT
Work that reflects the forward trajectory of textiles within a twenty first century intersection of conceptual innovation, new and old techniques and materials, coupled with traditional attention to craftsmanship.
  • All US and international artists working in fiber media are eligible to enter. 
  • Entries must have been completed at the time of the entry deadline and no earlier than April 2013.
  • Pieces must be of original design, executed by the entrant, and one of a kind.
JUROR : John Eric Riis
Jon Eric Riis is an internationally known contemporary fiber artist. He has exhibited his handwoven tapestries throughout Europe and Asia, and his work is in numerous collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Art Institute of Chicago, The Minneapolis Institute of Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The New York Museum of Art and Design, and The Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Museum of Art. Riis was selected as the 2011 Windgate Fellow, and he received the 2014 Juried Prize in Artfields for his piece Neoclassic Female Tapestry. Riis currently exhibits at Jane Sauer Gallery in Santa Fe. Riis’ studio is located in Atlanta, Georgia.

For more information, go to the CHG web site: http://chgweb.com/newsandevents.html.

SUBMISSION: All entries will be taken through CAFÉ: Please visit CaFE (https://www.callforentry.org) for additional information and to enter.

Entries will be accepted through March 1, 2015.


CALENDAR
  • Entry Deadline                       March 1, 2015
  • Notification of Acceptance     April 1-7, 2015
  • Entries Due                            May 1, 2015
  • Exhibit Opens                         May 14, 2015
  • Opening Reception                 June 4, 2015
  • Exhibit Closes                         July 31, 2015
  • Work Returned By                  August 30, 2015
EXHIBIT LOCATION
Ernest G Welch Gallery, School of Art and Design, Georgia State University, 10 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303

AWARDS
  • Best of Show                         $600
  • Second Place                       $400
  • Third Place                           $200
ENTRIES: SUBMISSION CRITERIA AND ELIGIBILITY
  • All US and international artists working in fiber media are eligible to enter. 
  • Entries must have been completed at the time of the entry deadline and no earlier than April 2013.
  • Pieces must be of original design, executed by the entrant, and one of a kind.
  • This exhibit will hang concurrently with Flight Patterns.   Artists currently exhibiting in Flight Patterns are ineligible to enter, due to space constraints.
  • We will accept two entries per artist. 
  • Jpeg image files are required for each work entered. For each entry, include a full view plus one additional detail image for clarification. (Maximum of 2 images per entry.)  Image files may be color corrected to accurately represent the work, but not enhanced in any way.  Image editing is limited to cropping and adding or modifying a solid background of white, black or gray.  Photographic images should accurately represent your work.  We reserve the right to return accepted work that differs significantly from the photographic images you submit.
  • Work may not exceed 9 feet in height nor 50 lbs in weight.
The Juror and Exhibition Committee reserve the right to return any work that does not adhere to the above criteria.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Email: ChattahoocheeBiennial@gmail.com
Phone: 404-855-1244 (leave a message for Velocity of Textiles)
Website: http://chgweb.com

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Great Video of Valerie Zimany and Daniel Bare's Installation at UNC-Charlotte from October 2014!



Valerie Zimany, Clemson University Assistant Professor of Art, and her frequent collaborator, ceramic artist, Daniel Bare, crated the installation, Evergreen: Vespiary, for UNC Charlotte's lower Rowe Gallery.  The installation was up from October 1-31, 2014, but if you missed it, it's on YouTube.  Check it out: http://youtu.be/3vJTVOQJM-0!

Monday, December 8, 2014

If You Missed Miranda Pfeiffer's Lecture at Clemson University's Art Department ... We've Got Slides and Audio!

Miranda Pfeiffer Artist Talk - Clemson University - December 1, 2014



from  PLUS ALL AUDIENCES

Slides and audio from lecture given to students in Lee Hall at Clemson University. This talk concluded my experience as visiting critic, preceded by two days of studio visits with Clemson's BFA and MFA students, as well a series of animation and gif workshops.
Thank you, Miranda!

Katelyn Chapman, Clemson University BFA (Art, painting) Candidate, in Contemporary South at the Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC

"His Fist Is Big But My Gun's Bigger" by Katelyn Chapman
The South is emerging as a hub for creativity, with Raleigh as its capital! Contemporary South will bring region’s best artists right here to Raleigh with the help of prestigious and acclaimed curator, Chad Alligood.

This exhibition showcases a survey of artwork currently being made in the regional south, across a wide range of media and aesthetic. A total of 58 pieces were chosen for this survey of southern art.

The Artists


January 2-29, 2015

Visual Art Exchange
309 W. Martin Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601
phone: 919.828.7834

Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 11a.m. – 4p.m.

First Friday hours: 6-9p.m.


The Juror:
Chad Alligood, curator, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville AK. Chad recently visited over 1000 artists across America in order to build Crystal Bridges’ current exhibition “State of the Art” which showcases the work of over 100 artists,ranging from works on canvas and paper to photography and video to installation and performance art, and more.

Chad earned his Bachelor of Arts in History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University, his Masters of Arts in Art History from The University of Georgia and is currently finishing his Ph.D. in Art History from City University of New York while working at Crystal Bridges Museum.

VAE's Main Gallery hosts 12-16 exhibitions each year. Exhibitions are open to the public five days a week and during First Friday gallery walks at no cost. Exhibitions include the N.E.W. (Never Exhibited Works) juried exhibition, SCOPE: The NC Landscape, B E R S E R K and VAE's Young Artists Exhibit for Wake County K-12 students.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Hands-on Experience for Aspiring Arts Management Professionals at DeVos Institute


Interning with the DeVos Institute
As a leading provider of arts management training worldwide, the DeVos Institute and its leadership offer valuable, hands-on experience for aspiring arts managers. Interns gain practical skills in event management, research, evaluation, reporting, and business communications by supporting the Institute’s domestic and international training programs and consulting engagements for over 800 arts organizations around the globe. Interns also gain an expansive understanding of the arts industry by working with a wide range of arts and cultural organizations and industry professionals who serve as Institute advisors.

Internships are full-time (40 hours per week) or part-time (15-30 hours per week) unpaid opportunities that are intended to complement a student’s academic program of study, during or shortly following an undergraduate or graduate program. Interns have the opportunity to attend special events, including presentations with domestic and international delegations that visit the Institute. Upon acceptance into the program, Interns develop a personalized schedule with their program manager based on their availability. A transportation subsidy will be provided at a rate of $6/day. 


Applicants must be currently enrolled sophomores, juniors, or seniors in undergraduate programs, Master’s candidates, or have completed a degree within the past two years. Internships may be completed for academic credit through the Intern’s current college or university.

Summer 2015: 
Program Dates: May—August 2015
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Fall 2015: 
Program Dates: September—December 2015
Application Deadline: Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Full-time and part-time opportunities available.

How to Apply:
Please send a brief cover letter and resume to Syrah Gunning at sgunning@umd.edu. Work samples are optional, but encouraged. Following the application deadlines, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 410
Washington, DC 20004
T. 301 314 0958


Saturday, December 6, 2014

Applications Open for the Hamiltonian Fellowship Program Through March 2, 2015


The Hamiltonian Fellowship program provides each artist with a set of professional development opportunities and critical resources that are designed to help each artist advance their career and artistic practice. Fellows are expected to take active roles in the professional development, as well as that of the other fellows in the program while also contributing to the DC art community at large.

Hamiltonian Fellows receive:
  • Representation by our partner, Hamiltonian Gallery, for the full duration of your fellowship. 
  • Annual focus exhibitions at Hamiltonian Gallery. 
  • Annual group exhibitions at Hamiltonian Gallery and various off-site locations.
  • Access to mentor artists for advice on planning upcoming exhibitions and other professional needs. 
  • Mentor led group critiques for all exhibiting artists. 
  • Regular seminars in art and business with leaders in the community. 
  • An annual $1,000 stipend to cover career related expenses. 
  • Potential participation in national and international art events and fairs. 
  • Grant-writing experience and assistance. 
  • Hands-on experience in the marketing and promotion of their work in a commercial gallery environment. 
  • Post-fellowship placement assistance for artists looking for representation in other commercial galleries and positions in other art-related jobs.
All Hamiltonian Fellows are expected to:
  • Participate in monthly critiques and planning sessions for group exhibitions.
  • Attend Fellowship program seminars and lectures.
  • Give an artist talk in conjunction with their focus exhibition at Hamiltonian Gallery.
  • Participate in the mentor program by engaging with at least one mentor artist.
  • Utilize the gallery space at least one time during their tenure to plan an event with community involvement, such as a panel discussion, art performance, or workshop.
  • Attend other art shows in the area and participate in group discussion afterward.
  • Participate in the gallery and fellowship operations by taking an active role in the planning, promotion, and set-up of gallery exhibitions.
  • Review exhibitions of other Hamiltonian fellows and participate in community outreach programming.
Apply
Hamiltonian Artists encourages all interested artists who have not had prior gallery representation to apply for this competitive, two-year fellowship program. Artists from around the nation are eligible to apply, please should consider that strong participatory nature of the fellowship program.

Learn more about the Hamiltonian Fellowship Program.

2015 – 2017 application process: December 1, 2014 – March 2nd, 2015

All applicants must prepare the following items in electronic format on no more than two digital CDs. Unless specified, materials may be submitted in either MS doc or PDF format. Incomplete applications will not be processed or reviewed.

1. A completed application form (form downloadable in MS doc or in PDF)
2. A cover letter
3. A resume/CV including contact information for two references
4. 10 images of your work created in the last two years (in JPEG or PDF)
* For new media artists, individual samples of videos should not be more than 3 minutes in length (in QuickTime or WMV)
5. A correlating list of works, including title, media, dimension and year executed
6. An artist statement (in MS doc)
7. Although not required, you may submit up to 3 other supporting materials such as press coverage, reviews, and other public write-ups about you or your work (in PDF)

For questions about the Hamiltonian Fellowship, please e-mail: info@hamiltonianartists.org

Applications must be postmarked by Monday, March 2nd, 2015. Please send the completed application, image CD(s) and $25 application fee (do not send cash) to:

Hamiltonian Artists
1353 U Street, NW
Suite 101
Washington DC, 20009

t: 202.332.1116 | f: 202.332.0569
e: info@hamiltonianartists.org

Selection process
Applications will be reviewed by an External Review Panel that is selected for their breadth of knowledge and expertise in the field of contemporary art. The roster of panelists changes annually and is composed of art professionals including gallerists, art collectors, curators, and established artists. The review panel will choose ten finalists who will be contacted by the Hamiltonian staff for personal interviews. Based on the result from these interviews, the External Review Panel will then select the top five finalists, who will be informed about their status in May/June.
http://www.hamiltonianartists.org/artists/

Thursday, December 4, 2014

"Amalgamation" Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition, Lee Gallery, Clemson University

Amalgamation Exhibition
Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition

Currently on Exhibit until Dec. 5
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., M-F
Lee Gallery, 1-101 Lee Hall

THIS FRIDAY, Dec. 5
Artists Talks: 6 - 6:30 p.m.
Artists Reception: 6:30 - 8 p.m.

AMALGAMATION is a visual arts showcase of creative research by Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) seniors exploring contemporary issues and ideas through a wide range of materials, processes and forms. Exhibitors from the Department of Arts, BFA program include: Katelyn Chapman, Maria Guterriez, Hannah Miller, Kolton Miller, Kevin Pohle, Katherine Rose, Leirin Smith and Virginia Yearick.

The exhibit showcases a culmination of a yearlong research endeavor where students go through a series of critiques during the senior year aimed at helping build a body of work of the students choosing.

The public is invited to join the conversation by attending the artist talk, followed by the artists reception. All events will be hosted in the Lee Gallery.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Call for Entries: 52nd Annual Juried Competition, Masur Museum, Monroe, LA

52nd Annual Juried Competition

– Postmark Submission Deadline: December 27, 2014
– Online Entry Deadline (New Year’s Day): 11:59 p.m., January 1, 2015
On View March 4 – June 20, 2015

The Masur Museum of Art’s Annual Juried Competition showcases contemporary artists throughout the United States of America working in any medium.

The 52nd Annual Juried Competition is sponsored by CenturyLink.

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Sandra Firmin, Juror
Director and Chief Curator, Colorado University Art Museum
Sandra Q. Firmin was Curator of the UB Art Galleries, gallery of the University of Buffalo SUNY, a position she held from 2003 to 2014. She holds an M.A. from Bard College’s Center for Curatorial Studies (2002), and was awarded a Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative Fellowship at Arcadia University Art Gallery (2003). Firmin co-curated the traveling exhibition Kim Jones: A Retrospective (with Julie Joyce). The exhibition was accompanied by the catalogue “Mudman: The Odyssey of Kim Jones” (MIT Press, 2006), co-edited with Joyce. In 2010, Firmin organized Artpark: 1974–1984, an exhibition and publication (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010) chronicling the seminal years of an innovative residency program located in Lewiston, New York, just north of Niagara Falls. At the UB Art Galleries, Firmin established an annual residency program in which artists are presented with an empty gallery to transform over time while open to the public. These commissioned projects aim to forge meaningful interactions between artists and diverse groups of people while acknowledging a turn toward research-based and ephemeral site-specific approaches in contemporary art. In 2014 Firmin co-chaired (with Julian Cox) the Association of Art Museum Curators’ annual conference in Detroit, and moderated the panel Urban Ecologies and Cultural Exchange.

Awards

Best in Show is $1,000.00 and total awards are $3,200.00.Awards will be given by Firmin at the reception in March 2015. Artists do not have to be present to receive awards.  Checks will be mailed after the reception.
People’s Choice: The People’s Choice Award is $200.00 and will be voted on by visitors throughout the run of the exhibition.
Best Packed: This award will honor the artist who packs their art in the most professional manner.  The award is $100.00.  No packing peanuts, feedbags, loose papers as packing materials, no cigarette butts, etc.  These types of things will disqualify you!  Show your work and our staff the respect they deserve.  This prize will be decided by the Masur Museum staff. Awards Structure outside of what is listed to be determined by Juror.

Submission Guidelines

-All submitting artists must be over 18 years old and reside in the United States.
-To be considered for entry all work must be completed after December 31, 2012.
-No previously entered material will be considered.
-There is a $10.00 fee per entered artwork with a minimum of two entries and a maximum of five entries (i.e. $20.00 for two artworks and $50.00 for five artworks).  Fees are non-refundable.  Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Twin City Art Foundation. Submit only 1 composition image and up to 2 detail images per work. Composition and detail images must be clearly labeled with title of work.
-Artist Statements: Statements are to be limited to 250 words or less.  If you would like the juror to see your artist statement with your slides, do not include your name on it as the jurying process is blind.  It is possible to upload a statement during the online submission process.  The Masur reserves the right to exclude any artist statement.  Edits for clarity and grammar will be made if needed. We do keep artist statements with the pricelist during the exhibition.  We will email accepted artists for a statement including their name. By including your artist statement, you agree to have it included as a wall text in the exhibition and in our Facebook photo album for the show.  
-Your work will be insured for the purchase price. If work is Not For Sale, you must include value of work for insurance purposes. It will be fully insured by the Twin City Art Foundation upon arrival at the Masur Museum of Art and through de-installation until it is shipped back to you.  Work without a stated value will be insured for $100.00.  No work will be insured past July 30, 2014 (see below for more information).
-All three-dimensional work must be submitted with a description or image of proper installation as well as dimensions including height, width, and depth to the nearest inch.  They must be no more than 84” tall with no more than a 36” footprint. The maximum accepted weight for three-dimensional work is 200 pounds. Please write info@masurmuseum.org with questions. We are flexible.
-Two-dimensional work cannot exceed 85” in height and 60” in width.
-Video works can be uploaded to masurjuried.org with your entry materials. They must be submitted for consideration in their entirety and have a maximum duration of 5 minutes.  If selected, please mail us a DVD with your videos in loop/kiosk mode.
-If your work exceeds the above-mentioned specifications, an exception may be made as long as you successfully communicate this issue in advance of your entry.   Please address your concerns to info@masurmuseum.org.
-Images of your submissions must accompany your completed entry form.  This process is now automated at www.masurjuried.org.  If you mail your entry, images can be provided on a CD/DVD or a USB compatible memory drive. If you are submitting via mail, remember to include your signed entry form.  File names must only include the title.  Your images, file names, and CD/DVD must not include any mention of your name.  Do not send your images on a device you need returned as we do not return entry materials.
-The exhibition will open on March 4, 2015, and continue through June 20, 2015.  All accepted work must remain in the Masur Museum of Art for the entirety of the exhibition.
-The Masur Museum of Art reserves the right to remove any artwork at any time during the exhibition.
-To be considered, you are required to sign the Exhibition Contract section on this application, regardless of your potential accepted or declined status in our exhibition, a digitally typed signature will stand for an ink signature.
-The Masur Museum of Art maintains the right to reject any work that differs from the corresponding entry form or that fails to maintain the Masur’s exhibition standards.
-The Masur Museum of Art reserves the right to reproduce images of accepted work in support of its programming in perpetuity.
-You will be notified of your accepted or declined status via email.  Please do not contact us.

  Method of Entry

Online entries are due by 11:59 p.m. Saturday, January 12th, 2015 (New Year’s Day.  Online entries must pay with PayPal (www.masurjuried.org).
Mailed entries must be postmarked by January 9th and include a full copy of our completed and signed call for entry, supporting CD/DVD or USB compatible memory drive, and payment.  ENTRANTS MAY PAY WITH A CHECK IF THEIR SUBMISSION IS MAILED.  Please make checks payable to Twin City Art Foundation and mail to:
52nd Annual Juried Competition
c/o Masur Museum of Art
1400 South Grand Street
Monroe, LA 71202. 


Entry Fee

-There is a $10.00 fee per entered artwork with a minimum of two entries and a maximum of five entries (i.e. $20.00 for two artworks and $50.00 for five artworks).  Fees are non-refundable.  Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Twin City Art Foundation.
 -Payment will only be accepted with your initial submission.  No IOUs or alternate arrangements will be made.  If you are mailing your submission remember to include your credit card information (full name on card, 16 digit account number, CSC code, zip code and expiration date).  Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Twin City Art Foundation.  Your submission will not be considered until your payment posts.

Delivery/Return

You are financially responsible for all costs associated with shipping.  Shipping insurance for full loss is recommended.  No checks, cash, or IOUs will be accepted.  You must also prepay return shipping and include the prepaid return label in the box with delivery of the art. Use packing materials that can be easily re-used (No Styrofoam peanuts, etc. Best Packed wins $100.00).   The Masur Museum of Art is not responsible for any in-transit damage.  Please send your completed return address information, including your commercial carrier account numbers if applicable; remember third parties cannot use or solicit the use of these numbers.  See below for in-person delivery and pick-up information.   If return postage or packing material is not included, and you are unable to receive your work in person by July 30th, you will be assessed a $10.00/day storage fee.  After July 30, 2015 the balance of your storage costs are due and the Masur Museum of Art is in no way responsible for the safe return of your work.  Your work will be dispensed with as it is seen fit.
-A complete label must be attached to the back of each accepted artwork including: name, title, dimensions, medium, date, and the city where you work.
 -All work must be ready to install upon delivery (cleats, d-rings, custom hardware, etc.).  If a painting is not framed, it must be gallery wrapped (its sides must be painted).  Works on paper using magnets or pins are also acceptable.

Image Recommendations

For juror ease, your submissions should be in the following formats:
-Video Entries: Videos may be submitted in either .mov or .wmv formats no larger than 60 MB on a per file basis.  Video work is not to exceed 5 minutes.
-All Other Entries: .jpeg file format only, 1200 pixels on either edge. Files should be no larger than 5 MB on a per file basis.

Important Dates in 2014/2015

December 27, 2014: Postmarked submission deadline
11:59 pm, January 1, 2015.: Online submission deadline
January 21, 2015: Artist notification
February 13-23, 2015: Parcel delivery of accepted artwork
February 17 – February 23, 2015: Hand delivery of accepted artwork
March 2015:  Reception, 6 – 8 p.m., Juror Talk, 6:30 p.m. (date to be confirmed shortly)
March 4 – June 20, 2015: Exhibition on view
June 24-27, 2015: Hand pick up period
June 25 – 29, 2015: Parcel pick up/Delivery drop-off period

Sales

If you wish to sell your work, please forward your business card, CV/resume, price list, and or artist statement with your entry form.  They will be made available at the front desk for patron review.  Otherwise we will forward interested party’s contact information to the artist in question.  Sold works will be released to the buyer at the end of the exhibition.  If the price is left blank on the entry form, it will be marked as Not For Sale.  The Masur Museum of Art does not receive a commission on sales.

30th ANNUAL POSITIVE/NEGATIVE NATIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION Entry Deadline Extended


CALL FOR ENTRY DEADLINE Extended: DECEMBER 15th, 2014

CALL FOR ENTRIES

In its 30th year, the annual Positive/Negative National Juried Art Exhibition, organized by the Slocumb Galleries under the Department of Art & Design at East Tennessee State University, has consistently served as a platform for diverse visual art production that surveys various media, perspectives and styles from all over the country. Since 1985, the annual juried art event has contributed to the promotion and appreciation of contemporary art in the East Tennessee region and surrounding states of Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia and North Carolina. It provides the academic and local communities access and opportunity to engage with wide-ranging work by artists from around the country. The event is open to all categories of artistic practice. The Juror will organize two exhibitions, one that is open and another that is curated from the entries submitted.

Two concurrent exhibitions: PN 30 Open from February 6 to March 2, 2015, @ Tipton Gallery and PN 30 Curated from February 9 to March 6, 2015, @ the Slocumb Galleries.

AWARDS
Up to $1000 in awards: Best of Show $500. Honorable Mentions $100 each. Invitation to future shows may develop through selection by the Slocumb Galleries Committee.

MEDIA AND SIZE
Up to 3 entries per applicant. Eligible media: 2D, 3D, and video. Work using materials hazardous to the health and safety of the public will be disqualified. Work must not exceed 5 ft. in any direction. 2D work must be ready for hanging. Plexiglass is preferred for framed work. If necessary, work should include detailed instructions for installation. Video art should not exceed 30 minutes running time. All accepted video art will be played collectively on a loop during the exhibition unless accompanied by a viewing device from the artist. Accepted work will be disqualified if misrepresented or if it is not installation ready.

JUROR
Mika Yoshitake is Assistant Curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, where she coordinated Ai Weiwei: According to What? organized by Mami Kataoka, Chief Curator at Mori Art Museum, and was co-curator of Dark Matters: Selections from the Collection with Melissa Ho. In 2012, she curated Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha (2012) at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles, which traveled to Gladstone Gallery in New York.

Based on her dissertation on the late 1960s Japanese sculptural movement, Mono-ha (School of Things), Yoshitake received an AICA-USA award in 2011-2012 for Best Show in a Commercial Gallery Nationally. From 2010-2011, she served as the curatorial liaison for the Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity (Retrospective) at the Guggenheim Museum, and was the project coordinator of Takashi Murakami retrospective, © MURAKAMI at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles from 2005-2009. She has contributed catalogue essays for Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place 1958-2010 (DiaArt Foundation, forthcoming); Tokyo 1955–1970: A New Avant-garde (2012); Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity (2011), Target Practice: Painting Under Attack, 1949–78 (2009) and © MURAKAMI (2007). Yoshitake received her M.A. (2004) and Ph.D. (2012) in Art History at the University of California, Los Angeles, and B.A. in political science and art history at the University of California, Berkeley.

* from http://www.artpace.org/artists_and_curators/mika-yoshitake

PROSPECTUS AND ENTRY FORM

Submit entries online via Slideroom:
https://etsu.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/23735

Download the Entry Form in pdf format:
http://www.etsu.edu/cas/art/slocumb/posneg/PositiveNegative30EntryForm.pdf

Artists may request Prospectus via email contrera@etsu.edu

DEADLINE
Entries must be completed in Slideroom by December 15th

FORMS AND FEES
Complete Slideroom entry must include: (1) Images, (2) Artist Statement with Image List in .doc or pdf format, and (3) payment, (4) Entry Form (optional).

For Slideroom, the non-refundable fee is $36, artists may submit up to 3 entries.

JUROR NOTIFICATION
Juror Notification will be SENT VIA EMAIL by week of January 12-16, 2015. Artists must provide email address.

The Juror's decision is final. For inquiries, email Slocumb Galleries' Director Karlota I. Contreras-Koterbay via contrera@etsu.edu.

JURY PROCESS
Entry images should have the following as title: Artist's LastName.Entry#.Title.jpg. A brief Artist's Statement (150 words to 200 max) with Image List in .doc format are required.
The Image List must include (1) Artist's contact info should include mailing address, email address, and phone number.

Accepted work will be disqualified if misrepresented or not ready for installation.

Video art should not exceed 30 minutes running time. All accepted video art will be played collectively on a loop during exhibit unless accompanied by viewing device from Artist.

Artists agree that Slocumb Galleries may use images for educational and promotional purposes. Work should be original and the sole copyright property of the Artist. Slocumb Galleries will be indemnified for any legal claims on the submitted work.

INSURANCE AND SALES
Accepted entries will be insured ONLY during the installation and exhibition of work at the Slocumb Galleries. The Slocumb Galleries will not be responsible for loss, theft, or damages to work with inadequate packaging and shipping provisions. A minimum of 10% commission is requested on all work sold during the exhibition. A signed Insurance/Loan Agreement Form will be required for all accepted entries.

SUBMIT ENTRIES ONLINE VIA SLIDEROOM: https://etsu.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/23735

ELIGIBILITY
The 30th Annual Positive/Negative National Juried Art Exhibition is open to all artists 18 years and older residing in the United States. All work must be original and completed within the last two (2) years. Work previously submitted to the Positive/Negative or exhibited at the Slocumb Galleries or Tipton Gallery may not be resubmitted. Current students and employees of East Tennessee State University are not eligible to apply.

SHIPPING AND DELIVERY
Accepted entries may be shipped or hand delivered. All shipped and hand-delivered work must be adequately packed in secure, reusable containers. Include installation instructions.

The Artist is responsible for insurance during transit and all shipping costs. Please ensure that work is securely packed and labeled for all shipped or hand-delivered submissions.

Shipped work must include a pre-paid label for return shipping. Art work without a prepaid return label and/or unclaimed after 60 days from the last day of the exhibition will become property of the Slocumb Galleries.

Ship work to:
Positive/Negative 30 c/o Slocumb Galleries
325 Treasure Lane, ETSU
Johnson City, TN 37614

All shipped entries must be received at ETSU on or before January 30, 2015, for PN 30 Open, or on February 4, 2015, for PN 30 Curated.

Submit hand-delivered PN 30 Curated entries from February 2-6, 2015, between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Room 419, Ernest C. Ball Hall, Department of Art & Design, ETSU, Johnson City, TN 37614.

Submit hand-delivered entries for PN 30 Open at Tipton Gallery, 126 Spring Street, Downtown, Johnson City 37604 on January 29 or 30, between 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Directions to the Slocumb Galleries are available online at www.etsu.edu/cas/art/slocumb. Online map available via http://www.etsu.edu/maps. Ball Hall is listed as bldg. no. 6.