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Rumor Has it: (Mis)Information
RUMOR HAS IT: (MIS) INFORMATION is an open call for artwork that explores themes of duplicity and mistrust between ourselves, within our communities, and country.
The spread of false information, conspiracy theories, and health misinformation in our communities have left a seemingly insurmountable rift. RUMOR HAS IT: (MIS) INFORMATION is an open call for artwork that explores themes of duplicity and mistrust between ourselves, within our communities, and country. The exhibition will be on display from October 1st to the 31st.
The deadline for submissions is September 1st, 2021. Selected artists will be notified by September 8th, 2021.
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Completed submission packets must include the following:
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
IF YOUR WORK IS ACCEPTED FOR THE EXHIBIT
You will be contacted by email using the information provided in the submission packet. This email will contain the Exhibitor/Display/Loan Information & Registration package. You will need to complete the packet, and email all enclosed forms.
All artwork accepted for the exhibit must be make-ready for display by the artist:
It must have appropriate hanging mechanisms (wire).
The artwork is to be clean and undamaged.
All 2D work must be either framed or mounted on a rigid surface.
3D work must be freestanding and no larger than 30” H x 17.5” W.
The dates for installation are September 23nd to September 24th, 2021. Installation hours will be as follows:
Thursday, September 23rd 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday, September 24th 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Artist is responsible for getting art to the Northwest Regional Library, located at 3151 N. University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065 within the given dates, and for installing their work in the area assigned to them.
Please note that we cannot store artwork after completion of the show. All artwork must be picked up within the timeframe provided below.
November 4-5th, please call to confirm hours.
Artist is responsible for picking up artwork on the agreed upon date.
3151 North University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065