OPEN NOW THROUGH JANUARY 3rd at 11:59pm
MINT is proud to announce an all-media call to artists for “Where We Are Going, Where We Have Been”, our 3rd Annual Juried Exhibition for emerging artists.
It will be hosted at MINT in Atlanta, GA in February/March 2016.
Co-juried by Atlanta artists Micah and Whitney Stansell, “Where We are Going, Where We Have Been” seeks to showcase the work of some of the most dynamic and innovative emerging cultural producers currently working in the United States.
Eligible artists must over the age of 18 and currently reside in the United States. Eligible artists must fit in the parameters of an emerging artist:
1. Have minimal solo exhibition experience
2. Have minimal published arts criticism
3. Have received minimal grant/private funding
All media are welcome including, but not limited to, drawing, painting, sculpture, design, glass, metalwork, photography, video, audio, mixed media, installation, and performance art. There are no limitations on content, please see included floorplan for space constraints.
Entry Deadline: 01/03/16
Artists may submit 4 media files for the $25 entry fee. Additional media (images only) up to 10 total are accepted for $5 each. Applicants are asked to submit works created within last three years. The exhibition will present selections made from a blind jurying process.
The application will open on Friday, September 4, 2015 and close on Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 11:59pm. All interested artists must apply through CaFÉ here -
The call can also be found by searching the keyword: Where We Are. Selected participants will be notified of acceptance through CaFE by January 18, 2016. All works must be delivered/received at MINT in February 2016, exact dates will be sent to accepted applicants. All artists are responsible for shipment of the work to and from MINT.
The exhibition will be hosted at MINT, in Atlanta, GA in February/March 2016. All artists traveling to Atlanta for the opening of the exhibition will be given discounted accommodation at the neighboring Highland Inn.
One artist will be selected for a solo exhibition to take place at MINT during the following year.
JUROR STATEMENT – The exhibition presents artists whose work explores a sense of beginning, origin, and family narratives. The work has the potential to respond to a specific place or time, informed by environment, history, and location. We highly encourage work that is introspective and that explores ways of seeing and experiencing space, time, and the natural world.
MINT is a non-profit 501(c)3, located in Atlanta, GA. We offer and support emerging art, artists, and arts lovers through our exhibitions, programming, and outreach. Your application fee is considered a much-needed and appreciated donation to our organization, and supports our programming, specifically going towards supporting this exhibition.