Number of Applications Allowed: 3
Entry Fee (First Artwork Application Fee): $25.00
Entry Fee (Second & Third Artwork Application Fee - optional): $15.00
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Video | Minimum:Min. 0, Maximum:Max. 1
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 4
Event Dates: 5/11/23 - 7/30/23
This International Exhibition will be prominently featured at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in our expansive Bank of America / Robert Douglas Hunter exhibition hall. All interpretations on the theme of In Tandem will be considered by juror and internationally recognized artist Peter Michael Martin!
The theme In Tandem is intended to be interpreted broadly.
- Collaborating. Coordinating. Cooperating. In Tandem is the process of 2 or more objects, mechanisms, people or concepts working in conjunction with each other to achieve a desired result.
- Civilizations would not exist without people working In Tandem with others in our: family, village, city, country and world.
- Elected officials and nations can work In Tandem to benefit the greater good.
- Bees and flowers work In Tandem continuing the balance of the natural world.
- Mechanical gears work In Tandem to create an efficient machine.
- Musicians work In Tandem to create the complex, full sound of a symphony.
- The elements in any great painting or sculpture work In Tandem to achieve balance, harmony and even tension.
These examples are only a few ways you can interpret the theme In Tandem. How will you respond to this theme within a work of visual art?
Artists are invited to submit up to three works to be juried into this evocative exhibition. We will also be making this exhibition available virtually on our CCMoA website.
Juror Peter Michael Martin 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.
Exhibition Dates: May 10 to July 30, 2023
Deadline to enter: Friday, April 14
Notification: Monday, April 17
Drop off: Sunday, May 7th from 2:00 – 4:00 pm
If shipped Received by May 8th
Gallery Talk with the Artists: Friday, May 19th from 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Reception following Talk: Friday, May 19th from 5:00 - 6:30 pm
More about the Juror:
Peter Michael Martin is an internationally recognized artist and experienced educator. His exhibition “Martin & Moby” was hosted by the New Bedford Whaling Museum in 2014 and traveled in 2015 to the 10th International Melville Conference in Tokyo, Japan. In the summer of 2019 the Cape Cod Museum of Art held an exhibition titled “Moby Dick: Inspired Visions,” transforming our historic Hope-McClennen Gallery into captivating and thought provoking space. Martin’s monumental tyvek silhouettes reflect themes realized in the text of Herman Melville’s novel Moby Dick. In June of 2019 Martin collaborated on a Moby Dick photography project titled “Altered Visions” which examined the relationship between Ishmael and Queequeg and presented that at the 12th International Melville Conference in New York, NY. This past summer Martin once again collaborated on another photography Series “Call Me Ahab” and presented it at the 13th International Melville Conference in Paris, France.
SUBMISSIONS AND FEES: The fee to enter is $25.00 for one (1) entry and $15 for each additional entry, up to three (3) artworks per artist. Please submit each artwork in a separate application and choose the appropriate fee during checkout (First application $25, Second and Third applications $15). Entry fees are non-refundable. A completed application must contain: At least (1) one High-Res Digital Image per Artwork Submitted (up to three (3) images per application between 1mb and 5mb files, plus one optional video for sculpture entries), Title of Work, Year Completed, Medium(s), Dimensions, Price (if your artwork will be available for sale) and a Artist Statement (up to 2000 characters).
SPECIFICATION FOR SUBMITTED ART WORK:
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, and 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.
DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCEPTED ARTWORK:
All artwork hand delivered to the museum on Sunday, May 7th from 2:00 – 4:00 pm or during Museum open hours. Mailed work must be received on or before May 8, 2022. Shipped artwork 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
60 Hope Lane
Dennis, MA 02638
For USPS Mail to:
Cape Cod Museum of Art
P.O. Box 2034
Dennis, MA 02638
Artwork drop-off on Sunday, May 7th from 2:00 – 4:00 pm or may be hand delivered during CCMoA open hours:
Wednesday - Saturday from 10am - 4pm
Sunday from 12 - 4pm
Open to artists working in 2D and 3D media, drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, collage, assemblage and sculpture. Only original or limited edition works may be submitted (reproduction prints of original artworks will not be juried). Digital photography is acceptable, and limited edition digital print methods may be used to produce original photographic images. This call for submission is open to artists of all ages.