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Cape Cod Museum of Art - An International Juried Exhibition
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Entry Deadline: 4/24/22
Application Closed

Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $25.00
Media Fee(Media Fee): $10.00
Work Sample Requirements
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: International
State: Massachusetts
Event Dates: 5/11/22 - 7/24/22

This International Exhibition will be “Center Stage” at the Cape Cod Museum of Art opening unlimited interpretations to all visual artists! Explore the possibilities of expressing theater, dance and music through your artwork. 

Take inspiration from a specific performance or performer. Use kinetic artwork, embracing movement and time. A more politically focused artwork might depict or respond to today's world stage. Or, on a personal level, how does performance find its way into religious, familial, social and romantic life. 

What will you submit to All The World’s A Stage? The title for this exhibition was inspired by a well known passage in William Shakespeare's pastoral comedy As You Like It.  

Artists are invited to submit up to three works to be juried into this evocative exhibition taking place in our expansive Bank of America / Robert Douglas Hunter exhibition hall. We will also be making this exhibition available virtually on our CCMoA website.

Juror Bill Evaul will select three of the works to receive monetary awards: $500, $200 and $100.

Artwork selected for the exhibition can be made available to the public for sale, with 60% of the proceeds going directly to you - the artist, and 40% to the CCMoA. We provide this option in an effort to help support artists during demanding times, while also supporting the CCMoA. Your sales preference and pricing will not be visible to the juror during the selection process.

Final Submission Deadline: April 23, 2022
Notification: April 27, 2022
Shipping/Receiving: All art must be received by May 9, 2022
Exhibition Dates: May 11 – July 24, 2022
Reception Friday, May 20, 2022 from 4-7 pm

More about the Juror:
Bill Evaul has been a Provincetown artist since 1970. He produces oil paintings and white-line woodblock prints as well as works on paper: drawings, watercolors and monotypes and monoprints. He employs a vibrant color palette and a kind of figurative expressionism to create a wide variety of images including musicians, New York skylines, nudes, wine bottle still lifes and a lively fauvist/cubist series called "Dancing Houses." As an educator, curator and art consultant in the field of 20th Century Art, Evaul conducts art workshops in white-line wood cut printmaking, slide lectures on Provincetown Art History and organizes exhibitions.  In 2020 Bill Evaul had a one person exhibition at the Cape Cod Museum of Art titled Song and Dance.

All work to be delivered to the museum during open hours and mailed work must be received on or before May 9, 2022. Work must be packed in REUSABLE containers with PRE-PAID return shipping label enclosed. Please DO NOT use Styrofoam popcorn/peanuts for packing. Artists are responsible to pay for the delivery and return shipping of their work.

For UPS and FedEx Mail to:
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Attn: Exhibitions
60 Hope Lane
Dennis, MA 02638

For USPS Mail to:
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Attn: Exhibitions
P.O. Box 2034
Dennis, MA 02638

Work may also be hand delivered during CCMoA open hours:
Wednesday - Saturday from 10am - 4pm
Sunday from 12 - 4pm

This Exhibition is sponsored by the Jeremiah Kaplan Foundation

Application Requirements

SUBMISSIONS AND FEES: The fee to enter is $25.00 for one (1) entry and $10 per each additional, up to three (3) submissions and is non-refundable. A completed application must contain: One High-Res Digital Image per Artwork Submitted (between 1mb and 5mb files), Title of Work(s), Year(s) Completed, Medium(s) and Dimensions and a Statement about the work, if desired (up to 120 words). 


·Maximum size for 2D work is 48" x 48" (including the frame). All 2D artwork must be suitably framed to a professional standard, unless a gallery wrapped canvas is used. If needed, we highly recommend Plexiglas (no glass) for framed works due to high breakage rates during shipping, unless you deliver and pick-up your art at the museum personally. Assemblage work does not require a frame. 2D work must be securely wired and ready to hang.

·Maximum size for Free Standing 3D work: 72"h x 36"w x 36"d.

·Maximum size for Pedestal 3D work: 38”h x 18"w x18"d.

·A label or card must be securely affixed to 3D work and on the back of 2D work that indicates: ARTIST'S NAME, TITLE, MEDIUM, DATE CREATED & INSURANCE VALUE. We will use this information (without the value) for our wall labels, so please be sure it is correct and legible.

·Works that DO NOT adhere to these guidelines will not be exhibited. Work cannot be withdrawn before the end of the exhibition.

Eligibility Criteria

Open to artists working in 2D and 3D media, drawing, painting, printing, photography, collage, assemblage and sculpture. Only original works may be submitted (Giclee prints of reproduced art works are not acceptable. Digital photography is acceptable, and digital print methods may be used to produce original photographic images). This call for submission is open to artists of all ages.