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Sculpture For All 2019-2021 Competition & Exhibition
SFASU Art Galleries
PO Box 13041, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX 75962

Contact Email:
Call Type: Competitions
Eligibility: National
State: Texas
Entry Deadline: 1/14/19
Application Closed
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $10.00

Entry Guidelines

Artists must be 18 years of age or older and reside in the United States.
Work must be:


Created in the last three years


Suitable for outdoor installation and able to be structurally secured to a concrete pad

Capable of withstanding adverse weather conditions, high traffic areas and safe for children

Suitable for family viewing

Works deemed unsafe, fragile, or otherwise unsuitable will not be considered.
Size Limitations: No work can exceed 15 feet in height or weigh more than 1,000 pounds, due to equipment limitations. If you would like to enter a larger piece and are able to provide your own equipment for installation, please contact Jeffie Brewer, Sculpture Professor, for authorization prior to submission at
Electronic submission is required. Submit your entry via online at  

A non-refundable submission fee of $10 allows each artist to submit up to three entries. The entry fee must be paid online via credit card at the time of submission. Each artist must submit a maximum of three digital photographs detailing alternate views for each entry. Images must be in jpeg format.

Submissions Must Include:

The title, size, and materials used.

An explanatory statement (approximately 100 words) for each sculpture submitted

A short biography (100 words or less in paragraph form, i.e. not a resume)

Your website URL (if applicable)

Your contact information (email address, mailing address, and telephone number).

Deadline for entries:

Deadline has been extended to January 14!

Sculpture installation: Mid-February 2019.
Evening reception: Friday March 22, 2019

About the juror:

Robbie Barber was born in Williamston, North Carolina, and was raised on a farm near the Roanoke River. He received his BFA in Sculpture from East Carolina University in 1987, and his MFA in Sculpture from the University of Arizona in 1991. He also studied in Cortona, Italy, through the University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program. In 1991 Barber was awarded a yearlong residency at the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program in New Mexico. After returning to North Carolina in 1992, he received a Southern Arts Federation/NEA Regional Visual Arts Fellowship in Sculpture, and a North Carolina Arts Council Visual Artist Fellowship, both in 1993. In 1994, Barber moved to Wichita Falls, Texas, to teach Sculpture and Metalsmithing at Midwestern State University. He left in 2000 to teach at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where he is currently Associate Professor of Sculpture. Barber is a founding member of the Texas Atomic Iron Commission, comprised of sculpture educators dedicated to the dissemination of iron casting as an approach to art making. Through this organization, he has presented over eight workshops, participated in over thirteen iron pours, and has been invited to three Keen Foundry Invitational Iron Casting Symposiums in Houston. He has exhibited widely throughout the United States.
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