CALL FOR ARTISTS | CONSTANT CHANGE
GreenHill is looking for eight outstanding emerging artists from North Carolina for the exhibition Constant/Change (July 26 – September 8, 2019).
The title of this exhibition is taken from Constant/Change: Statements from New Generation of North Carolina Artists, a 1999 GreenHill exhibition featuring eight emerging artists from around the state. The re-edition of the exhibition 20 years later will highlight the wide range of artistic pursuits and formal excellence of North Carolina artists, with each of the final eight artists having over 500 square feet to showcase their work.
Submissions Deadline | January 15, 2019
Artists notified of acceptance | February 1, 2019
Exhibition dates | July 26 - September 8, 2019
Opening Reception | Friday, July 26 from 5:30-7:30 PM
Artist Round Table | Wednesday, August 28 from 5:30-6:30 PM
Open to visual artists currently working in the state of North Carolina, artists who have studied in a degree program, taught professionally, maintained ongoing professional relationships, or who have previously resided in the state of North Carolina. All works must have been made within the last five years. Artists must be 18 years of age or older.
Artists must submit 10 images of their work. Images may be of a single large installation piece, or of up to 10 different works.
Images must be 300 dpi or higher resolution for a 5 x 5 inch image.
Title, year, medium, and dimensions are required for each piece.
All works must have been made within the last five years.
Because of the limited number of artists who will be accepted to participate in the exhibition, please do not apply unless you are certain you will be able to commit to the exhibition dates. Upon your acceptance, you will be required to complete an exhibition contract.
Site-specific installations will be installed by the artist with the assistance of GreenHill curatorial staff. Accepted artists are responsible for the delivery or shipping of their works to and from GreenHill.
Jennifer Dasal, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, North Carolina Museum of Art
Jonell Jaime Logan, Founder, 300 Arts Project and Independent Curator
Will South, Chief Curator, Columbia Museum of Art