Curator: Joanna Henry, BFA @jhenrystudio
Juror: Bryan Wilson, MFA @bryanwilsonmfa
"JUSTICE & Hope"
Artists are asked to consider:
1. "Hope is holding a creative tension between what is and what could and should be, each day doing something to narrow the distance between the two.
...... Parker J. Palmer
2. "Hope is within our capacity, but it depends on our willingness to do the hard things, to stay hopeful, to challenge these structures and systems, to be vocal and to end this era of silence that has given rise to so many of these issues."
...... Brian Stevenson, Equal Justice Initiative
3. “You read something which you thought only happened to you, and you discover that it happened 100 years ago to Dostoyevsky. This is a very great liberation for the suffering, struggling person, who always thinks that he is alone. This is why art is important. Art would not be important if life were not important, and life is important.”
...... “An interview with James Baldwin” (1961)
DEADLINE For Submissions: February 7th, 2021 at 11:59PM.
Member art will be for sale through April, 2021, with a percentage of sales going toward local artist sponsorships to support our commitment to Social Justice and Racial Equity in the ARTS.
VIRTUAL ART GALLERY: www.southendarts.net
CURATED BY: JOANNA HENRY, BFA Winthrop University
JUDGED BY: BRIAN WILSON, MFA Winthrop University
MANAGED BY: SEA Board of Directors
THEME: "JUSTICE & HOPE" at The Brooklyn Collective This is a curated, juried art exhibition with cash prizes. Not all works entered will be selected.
CASH PRIZES: 1st Place will be awarded $300; 2nd Place will be awarded $200; 3rd Place will be awarded $100.
ELIGIBILITY: All Charlotte-area artists, makers and creatives are invited to participate. This is a curated showcase meaning that all entries that meet specification requirements (see below) will be considered, but not all will be selected. If you are selected, please note that we may ask you to participate in filming or promotional photos leading up to Opening Night of the JUSTICE show. Please let us know ahead of time if you do not wish to participate in filming or promotional photos (this will not exclude you from being selected).
SEA Founding Members: First two (2) entries: FREE. Additional entries are $6 each. (Four entries maximum)
20% sales commission on all sales of artwork and commissions due to SEA promotion.
NON-Members: First two (2) entries: $65. Additional entries are $15 each. (Two entries maximum) 35% sales commission on all sales due to SEA promotion.
Sponsored Artist: SEA Board of Directors preapproval required First two(2) entries: FREE Additional entries $6 each 20% sales commission on all sales of artwork and commissions due to SEA promotion. Email request for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW TO SUBMIT ARTWORK
DEADLINE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2021 at 11:59PM.
Submit art as .
through the form below.
No artworks over 48"
Work must be ready to hang with a wire or sawtooth hangers; no clips allowed. All glass and frames sparkling.
Stretched canvas must have finished edges.
Ceramic/Pottery/Jewelry must be grouped in equilivencies of at least $100
Artworks may be reproduced in publications and communications for publicity purposes related to the sale and general promotion.
All artwork is subject to photography by gallery guests.
Complete entry fee payment.
NO late entries will be accepted.
Incomplete entry disqualified.
SouthEnd ARTS retains member 20% of the artwork or commission sales generated for promotion, exposure and charity to fund artist scholarships. SEA retains nonmember 35% of the artwork for promotion, exposure and charity to fund artist sponsorships. You may adjust the sale price to include this responsibility.
Notification will be emailed out to all invited artists the week of February 3, 2021.
Artists must be present to hang and take down their art and to participate in ARTIST BOOTCAMP Opening Night: (Artists Critiquing Artists, Social Justice Virtual Roundtable)and to tell their stories to guests on the day of the events.