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18th Annual - 2016 - Works on Paper - Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Digital Prints
Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences – National Juried Competition 2016, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, NJ 08008.

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Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: National
State: New Jersey
Entry Deadline: 5/20/16
Application Closed
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Entry Fee (Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences): $35.00
National Juried Competition - Works on Paper 2016
The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, LBI, New Jersey
July 1 - July 20th
Opening Reception & Awards Presentation: Saturday, July 9, 5 - 7 pm
Carter E. Foster, Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawing, at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.
In a museum career spanning over twenty years, Carter E. Foster has specialized in the history of drawing and the continuities of artistic practice in Europe and America from the Renaissance to the present, and has organized dozens of exhibitions covering this range. Special areas of interest and research have included the tradition and pedagogy of life drawing in France, French festival design in the 18th century, and the influence of ancient sculpture on Neoclassicism. He has held curatorial positions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, where he is currently the Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawing. A specialist on the work of Edward Hopper, he recently organized the exhibition Hopper Drawing and edited and co-authored its accompanying catalogue. Foster also writes extensively on post-war and contemporary American art.  Mr Foster was part of a four-member curatorial team that developed the outstanding Inaugural Collection display for the Whitney Museum’s new building which opened in the Spring of 2015; the exhibition titled "Americia is Hard to See".  

The 18th annual exhibition, National Juried Competition "Works on Paper" 2016 at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences welcomes entries of original work, created within the last two years, which explore the varied media which utilize Paper.  The Competition and Exhibition is open to artists in continental USA only. Works on Paper can include, but are not limited to: drawing, painting on paper, hand-pulled prints, photographic prints, digital pieces displayed as prints, and paper constructions which may be wall hung.
Cash Awards will be announced at the reception $500 first prize, $250 second prize, $100 third prize; Two honorable mentions

Artists 18 years and older, residing in the continental USA, are eligible. 
Works on Paper can include, but are not limited to: drawing, painting on paper, hand-pulled prints, photography, digital pieces displayed as prints, photographic prints, and paper construction that are wall hung. Entries must have been created within the last two years and not been previously shown at LBIF.
Two dimensional works should not exceed 60 inches in width and 72 inches in height, and not exceed 15 lbs.  Work may not project in the third dimension beyond 18 inches. Larger size work may be considered if the weight does not exceed 15 lbs, and artist provides return postage. Please do not submit work that has a retail value over $10,000.
Submitted work must be available for the duration of the exhibition. ALL WORKS MUST BE FOR SALE. The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences will retain a 40% commission of the purchase price on all works sold during the exhibition.
Work submitted must be suitably framed, firmly wired, prepared for hanging, and professionally presented. No sawtooth hangers; no sandwich frames. All paper must be displayed framed and protected under acrylic (Plexiglass). 3-D work will be considered, but should be wall mounted, or able to be displayed on a 10” deep wall mounted shelf, no 3-D in the round pedestal pieces, please.
Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences reserves the right to exclude from the exhibition any works that do not arrive in sturdy condition, or are deemed too fragile to be successfully exhibited. Work that has not been suitably prepared will be hung at LBIF's discretion.
Please only submit work that will be available at the time of the exhibition and will remain for its entirety. No accepted entry may be withdrawn prior to the close of the exhibition. No pricing changes will be allowed after acceptance. Work that is copied or done under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible. Entries must not have been previously exhibited at LBIF. If the work does not fully reflect what is represented in the submitted images, Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences reserves the right to exclude it from the exhibition.
Please refer to the prospectus for full details regarding eligibility, deadlines, awards and details posted on the LBIF website at:

May 20, 2016  Deadline for entries on (extended)
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May 31  Accepted entries posted on LBIF website by this date; artists will also be notified by email
June 22   Work must be received by this date at LBIF
July 1 - July 20 Exhibition dates
July 9   5–7 PM, Opening Reception
August 30, 2016  Work returned by this date
AWARDS: $500 first prize, $250 second prize, $100 third prize; Two honorable mentions
Please note: Artists that receive an award and do not in attend the reception will receive their check by mail.
IMAGE SIZING:  Image size for entry on CAFE:
Only JPEGS up to 5MB with a minimum of 1920 pixels on the longest side, 72 dpi File Resolution.

If you are having difficulty resizing your images to fit this format, go to
Drag and Drop your images in the space on the site. Click longest side from the left hand menu. Enter 1920 in the box next to pixels. Hit the Start Resizing. You should see it says completed. Note that depending on your browser settings, the image may go directly to your “Downloads” folder.
(Feel free to email Café  with questions or concerns.)

FEES: $35.00  for up to 3 entries (non-refundable)

We request for the Juror's convenience that on the CAFE application, after the TITLE of your WORK on your application, you state the medium you are submiiting, such as "STILL LIFE - DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY" or "STILL LIFE - CHARCOAL DRAWING ON  PAPER". Because of the range of materials that are allowed, this information will inform the Juror when viewing each of the submitted images. 
ARTIST STATEMENT & RESUME: Please include in your application a one page Artist Statement, and a one to two page Resume.

NOTIFICATION: Accepted entries will be notified by email and posted on the website. If for any reason you do not receive your notification by the notification date, please contact LBIF at:

DELIVERY  of accepted artwork:  Shipping/Delivery instructions will accompany email notification of acceptance. Shipping to LBIF is the responsibility of the artist. Return shipping via UPS for accepted artworks will be provided by the LBIF, for work that complied with the stated dimensions and weight and a return pre-printed Return Label.  Any larger submissions or packages that weigh more than 15 lbs. must be sent with a pre-paid return shipping label or shippers’ UPS or FEDEX account number to charge to artists’ account.  
Works will be insured for the duration of the exhibition from time of arrival until return shipment to the extent of 60% of the artist’s stated retail value.
Submission to NJC 2016: Works on Paper constitutes an agreement with all conditions of this show. Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences reserves the right to photograph accepted work for publicity purposes. Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences reserves the right to reject any work not resembling the submitted entry or work that is not ready to be shown according to the aforementioned specifications.
The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences (LBIF) was established in 1948 as a non-profit institution by artist Boris Blai to provide arts and educational opportunities to the surrounding communities.  Blai, a sculptor and founding Dean of Tyler School of Art, Temple University, had a vision that through exceptional art exhibitions, classes, and cultural activities the LBIF could provide visitors an opportunity to experience and share quality arts and cultural programming.  For more than sixty-five years the LBIF has delivered this mission through its Exhibition programs, Visiting Artists programs, Artist Residency and Retreat Program.
APPLY ONLINE on Call for Entry (CaFE). For further information and instructions for submissions to this Competition and Exhibition visit:

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