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Monday, November 05, 2012

CALL FOR ARTISTS - ORDINARY EVERYDAY OBJECTS



Still Point Art Gallery announces its next online exhibition and magazine showcase -  Ordinary Everyday Objects.   



  • Deadline for entries is Monday, January 7, 2013
  • Selected entries exhibited online February 6 through April 30, 2013.
  • On March 1, 2013, Spring 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly released; selected artists will be featured in this issue.
Nevit Dilman, Rope.

Take a look at the ordinary everyday objects you see every ordinary day. Objects small or large. Objects red, blue, or yellow; black or white. Objects hard or soft, old or new, shiny or dull. Objects for home, school, or work. Objects expendable; objects remarkable. Objects found, bought, or given. All sorts of objects...ordinary everyday objects.

Selection and Awards  NEW!
Thirty (30) artists will be chosen for the exhibition, making selection competitive. Selections will be made by the editorial staff of 
Still Point Arts Quarterly. All selected images will appear in our online gallery, and at least one of each selected artist's works will be printed in the Spring 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly

Five (5) awards will be given: Award for Best in Show (Single Image); Award for Best in Show (Portfolio...Three or More Images; Award for Best Photograph or Digital Artwork; Award for Best Painting; and Award for Best Three-Dimensional or Mixed Media Work.  

Each award recipient will be invited to exhibit his or her art for one year as a Gallery Artist; and is invited to submit a portfolio for publication in Still Point Arts Quarterly, which comes with an honorarium of $100, one year of free advertising worth $180, and a free one-year subscription to the Quarterly worth $36.  

Also, the exhibition and its award recipients are advertised on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, and our Blog. Press releases are submitted to worldwide information feeds through several major press release distribution services.


Christine Cote
11-5-12

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