CALL TO ARTISTS: Lunar Visions

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CALL TO ARTISTS: Lunar Visions
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The Northwest Regional Exhibition space is holding an open call for South Florida artists to participate in Lunar Visions, our Lunar New Year Art Exhibit highlighting artwork created by local Asian American artists. This exhibition will be on display from January 11th to February 6th, 2023.

The deadline for submissions is December 2nd, 2022.  Selected artists will be notified by December 9th, 2022.

 

Northwest Regional Exhibit Space (in Coral Springs) offers South Florida artists an opportunity to exhibit their work in a prominent, high-traffic area in the library.

 

All art forms and mediums will be considered, as long as the subject matter is in line with the themes of the exhibit, and appropriate for all public library visitors. All pieces must be original work by the artist. The theme for this exhibit is the New Year, and all the associated dreams and hopes we have for it. Due to the layout of the exhibit space, artwork that projects more than 6″ from the wall, and 3D work larger than 30”H x 17.5”W will not be considered. Selected artists must commit to displaying their work for the full length of the exhibit (January 11th  to February 6th ).

Artist Eligibility

All South Florida based Asian American artists eighteen years of age or older, living and working in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach counties are encouraged to apply.

Submissions and Exhibition Process

Email your submission to sandrade@broward.org

Questions:

Please call with any questions. 954.357.8059

Completed submission packets must include the following:

Name

Email

Phone Number

Physical Address

Website

Social Media links where your work can be viewed (Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, etc.)

Digital Images – For the purpose of selection, artist must submit no more than 3 digital images in JPEG format of work to be considered for the exhibit. All images must be labeled using a file name and number that corresponds to the Annotated Image List (see below). Each artwork image must feature a single work. Composites of various artworks in a single image will be discarded. Do not submit images in TIFF, BMP, GIF, or video format.

Annotated Image List – Include name of artist, title of work, year, medium and dimensions.

Example:

Jones, Perry. Placeholder. 2021, Oil on Wood. 34” x 34” JonesPlaceholder2021.jpg

Artist Bio, Artist Statement (500-word limit) outlining current focus of artwork.

CV/Resume– Please submit a one-page CV/Resume that includes exhibition history, education, and awards. New to exhibiting? The College Art Association has a guide on how to write your Artist Resume/Curriculum Vitae. Link: https://www.collegeart.org/standards-and-guidelines/guidelines/resume