OPEN CALL for GROUP EXHIBITION: The Salon II
ARTWORK SUBMISSION DATES:
Drop Off: Oct. 24 & 26 from 12:00 – 7:00pm
OPENING RECEPTION NOV. 1, 2019, 6:00 – 8:00PM
Work is accepted from Florida artists regardless of experience, age, professionalism, training, or subject matter. There is no entrance fee. We are accepting only one submission per artist; the first 100 pieces submitted will be included in the show. All artwork submitted must be 16-by-20-inch or smaller. Artwork must be two dimensional and be ready to hang on the wall—any works not prepared to hang will be hung alternatively. When submitting work, artists should keep in mind that this is a fundraiser and all work is priced at $200.
SPAACES is thrilled to be kicking off the upcoming season with the second annual group exhibition, The Salon II. This show is modeled after the great success of Le Salon Tout Inclus (The All-Inclusive Exhibit) in 2018, and will be a continued annual, inaugural exhibition.
We are welcoming all Florida artists to participate in this exhibit, regardless of experience, age, professionalism, training, or subject matter. This exhibition celebrates a mix of outsider and professional art together, endorsing equality, inclusivity and affordability in the context of contemporary art.
“The success of last years exhibition was a huge surprise,” says Marianne Chapel, founder of SPAACES. “The turnout of participants, both artists and collectors, inspired the creation of an annual installment of this kind. By bringing these separate works under one roof again, I aim to curate another thought provoking exhibition that presents viewers with a wide range of art styles to consider, without the hierarchical system often associated with professional art galleries. The reactions from viewers last year was so positive, we expect to have an even wider scale of participation this year.
FUTURE OPEN CALLS: SPAACES is pleased to announce that we will are accepting proposals for future solo, group themed and curated exhibitions. If you would like to be informed of specific dates and upcoming proposal requirements, please sign up for our newsletter.
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> Eliminate the barrier of applying for 501(c)(3) status.
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