Call Detail
2019 Artworks Northwest
Umpqua Valley Arts Association
1624 W. Harvard Avenue
Roseburg, Oregon 97471


Contact Email: sandee@uvarts.com
Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: Regional
State: Oregon
Entry Deadline: 4/5/19
Application Closed
REQUIREMENTS:
Media
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5
Entry Fee (2019 Artworks Northwest - Non-member): $35.00
Entry Fee (2019 Artworks Northwest - UVAA Member ): $25.00

UMPQUA VALLEY ARTS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS:

ARTWORKS NORTHWEST
Hallie Brown Ford Gallery: 
A regional juried art show of work from the Pacific Northwest (Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, British Columbia, Western Montana, and Western Wyoming). Open to all media.

Juror, Danielle Knapp Danielle M. Knapp is the McCosh Curator at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon in Eugene. In addition to managing the David John and Anne Kutka McCosh Memorial Collection and Archive, she oversees the museum's initiatives in North American with focus on Pacific Northwest and European Art, including exhibitions, publications, and acquisitions. Knapp holds degrees in Art History and Museum Studies from the University of Oregon and Eastern Washington University. She has organized exhibitions of the work of Keith Achepohl, Mark Clarke, Margaret Coe, Morris Graves, Clay Lohmann, David McCosh, and Lucinda Parker, and Rick Bartow. Most recently, Knapp collaborated with the George D. Green Art Institute to present works by 45 artists in the group exhibition Visual Magic: An Oregon Invitational. She is currently serving a four-year term as Public Art Chair of the Springfield Arts Commission.

Cash Awards:

  • $1000 1st Place
  • $500 2nd Place
  • $300 3rd Place
  • $200 J. Lynn Peterson – Hundred Valleys Award

Exhibit Dates: May 17 – June 30, 2019

Entry Fee: Non-refundable $35 fee for non-members and $25 for members for 1–5 Artwork entries.

Juror Danielle Knapp - Danielle M. Knapp is the McCosh Curator at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon in Eugene. In addition to managing the David John and Anne Kutka McCosh Memorial Collection and Archive, she oversees the museum's initiatives in North American (with focus on Pacific Northwest) and European Art, including exhibitions, publications, and acquisitions. Knapp holds degrees in Art History and Museum Studies from the University of Oregon and Eastern Washington University. She has organized exhibitions of the work of Keith Achepohl, Mark Clarke, Margaret Coe, Morris Graves, Clay Lohmann, David McCosh, and Lucinda Parker, among others.Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain, a retrospective exhibition co-curated with JSMA executive director Jill Hartz in 2015, will travel to ten venues through 2020; its exhibition catalog is currently available is in its third printing through Heyday Press. Most recently, Knapp collaborated with the George D. Green Art Institute to present works by 45 artists in the group exhibition Visual Magic: An Oregon Invitational (on view at the JSMA through May 12, 2019). She is currently serving a four-year term as Public Art Chair of the Springfield Arts Commission. Knapp grew up as an “Air Force Brat” but found her home in the Pacific Northwest in 1999. She lives in Springfield, Oregon, with her husband Chris, a small business owner, and their two children.

Submission Deadline: Friday, April 5, 2019

Artist Schedule:
Submission Deadline:  April 5, 2019
Email Notification:  Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Art Delivery to UVAA:  Monday, May 13, 2019
Opening Reception:  Friday, May 17 - 5pm to 7pm
Exhibit ends:  Sunday, June 30, 2019
Artwork Pick Up/shipped:  July 8 & 9, 2019 from 9am to 4pm 

Rules of Entry:
Eligibility: Eligible to all artists to submit up to (5) entries in all themes, genres and media, except video. All work must be display-ready upon arrival. UVAA commission rates are 30% for UVAA members and 40% for non-members. Entries must be original works of art and entirely created by the entrant.  No reproductions representing original artworks will be accepted. Fine art prints (including c-prints, digital prints, etchings, lithographs, woodblock, etc.) are eligible, but must be signed, numbered and in a limited edition of 125 or less. Only original artwork will be considered. No work will be accepted into this show which is in violation of any copyright.  Artwork must have been completed within the last two years. Work must not have been previously exhibited at UVAA.  

Criteria

  • Entries submitted must be digital JPG files. Entries and awards will be judged by the juror in person or from digital JPG files. All entries must be made through the CaFE website (www.callforentry.org)
  • Artists may not substitute another work for an accepted work nor withdraw the work once it is accepted.
  • All entries must be for sale.
  • All artwork must fit through a standard 3-foot wide door and weigh less than 50 lbs.
  • UVAA reserves the right to refuse upon arrival any work that does not match the image or meet hanging criteria or is of unacceptable quality.
  • UVAA reserves the right to reproduce artwork from digital images for publicity purposes.

Shipping and Delivery of Accepted Artworks:
Art Center hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10am - 4pm and Saturday 10am - 2pm.
Work may be hand-delivered or shipped, to be received at UVAA between May 7th and May 13th.  Artwork will be the responsibility of the artist until it is received by UVAA. Each artist will be responsible for shipping costs to and from UVAA.  Complete instructions will be included with acceptance letter. UVAA will insure each accepted work for 60% of its value from the time of arrival at UVAA until it is released to the shipping agent.  

History of ArtWorks NW:
The Umpqua Valley Arts Association is proud to present ArtWorks NW 2019, a juried art show.  This event began in 2007.  It was originally titled “Hundred Valleys” to showcase the local pride in the beautiful Umpqua Valley area of Oregon. In 2012 the name changed to reflect the broader regional outreach and impact of this increasingly important venue; ArtWorks NW’s sister show PhotoWorks NW was also began in 2012. In 2015, UVAA married ArtWorks NW and PhotoWorks NW into one exhibition. We are excited to offer this call to artists as an opportunity to have their work recognized and enjoyed by the viewing public.

For questions and additional information contact:
Umpqua Valley Arts Association, Gallery Director, Sandee McGee
541-672-2532  |  www.uvarts.com

 


 

Print this Page    View Legal Agreement