Mailing Address (Checks only): LA Artcore - 120 Judge John Aiso St. (Lobby Gallery), Los Angeles, CA 90012 (Please send checks and correspondence to this address. This gallery space will not accept artwork!)
Packages can be sent to:
LA Artcore Brewery Annex c/o Pranay Reddy
650A S. Avenue 21
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Contact Email: email@example.com
Call Type: Exhibitions
Event Dates: 7/4/19 - 7/28/19
Entry Deadline: 5/19/19
Number of Applications Allowed: 2
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 10
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 10
LA Artcore (LAAC) is pleased to announce our 5th Annual Juried Exhibition. The July 2019 exhibit will kick off the celebration of LA Artcore’s 40th year of supporting contemporary art and developing the careers of visual artists of diverse cultural backgrounds. This competition seeks outstanding all media except freestanding sculpture completed in the last two years that follow the guidelines listed below:
Approximately 50 juror-selected images will be exhibited at LA Artcore's historic downtown gallery in the Los Angeles Brewery Arts Colony, one of the oldest and largest live-work spaces in the world. Covering 23 acres in 14 buildings, 500-700 artists and businesses call The Brewery Arts Colony their home.
Entry Fee: $35.00 for up to 3 entries, additional entry $10.00 ea. up to 10 entries.
Payment accepted by credit card through the CAFE application, or by check. Checks can be sent to LA Artcore Center, 120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles, CA 90012) *ARTWORKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT THIS ADDRESS. PLEASE SEE "SHIPPING" SECTION OF THIS CALL IF ACCEPTED
Awards: As determined by our jury panel, cash awards will be given;
- 1st Place; $500
- 2nd Place; $250
- 3rd Place $100
- 2 Honorable Mentions
The 2019 LA Artcore Juried Exhibition is open to all emerging and professional artists over the age of 18, residing in North America, working in all media except freestanding sculpture. There is no theme: any subject matter is eligible. All work must have been completed on or after April 1, 2017, and not previously entered in this competition. LA Artcore staff and Board Members are not eligible.
Up to ten wall-mounted works not exceeding 50" in width, 72" in height, 24" in depth and 30 lbs. in weight may be entered. Works that are sent without hanging fixtures will not be accepted. Works must be ready to present and hang. All media must be dry upon receiving. Any work still wet may be disqualified.
*No free-standing sculpture will be accepted at this time.
Jill Moniz - Jill Moniz's interests focus on building understanding, creativity, and inclusivity through the arts. She worked in community engagement at the Museum of Latin American Art before becoming the head curator at the California African American Museum in 2006. Then, Moniz served as curator to Dr. Leon O Banks, a founding trustee of MOCA, before returning in 2013 to large-scale exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world. In 2016, she founded Quotidian with Francine Kelly, a curatorial investigative space supporting local artists and building visual literacy. Dr. Moniz serves as an advisor for community engagement and programming for the Getty Center and advises museums, galleries, and collectors throughout California. She holds a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Indiana University.
Allison Agsten - Allison Agsten is an arts leader best known for her innovative approach to museum organizing. As Director of The Main Museum, an institution noted for its commitment to access and community, Agsten pioneered a program centered on an artist residency program rather than a permanent collection. Previously, as Curator of Public Engagement at the Hammer Museum, she developed a precedent-setting program devoted to creating an exchange between visitors and the museum through works of art. Prior to her time at the Hammer, Agsten was Director of Communications at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), spearheading key institutional initiatives related to accessibility. Agsten began her career at CNN, covering the arts, entertainment, and financial news as a producer in the Los Angeles bureau.
Exhibition Dates - July 4-28th
Entry Deadline - Sunday, May 19th at 9 pm Pacific Standard Time
Online Judging Begins - May 19th - 26th
Notification of results to all participants - Thursday, May 30th
Delivery of works - June 6th - June 30th (Hand Deliveries follow the Brewery Gallery hours of Thursday through Sunday 12-4p.m. Must coordinate with Pranay Reddy at firstname.lastname@example.org) All others, FedEx and UPS ok
Opening Reception and announcement of winners - Sunday, July 7th at 2 pm
Our shipping address is: (Please do not send checks to this address, it will not be delivered)
LA Artcore - Brewery Annex
650 A South Avenue 21
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Hours: Thurs-Sun 12-4 P.M.
To send checks:
LA Artcore (PLEASE DO NOT SEND ARTWORK TO THIS ADDRESS)
120 Judge John Aiso St. - Lobby Gallery
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Artists are responsible for round-trip shipping and insurance (during shipping) of artworks. All shipments must include a prepaid UPS/FedEx return label and be shipped in a container appropriate for re-use in return shipping. We kindly request to pack without the use of packing peanuts. For hand carried deliveries and pickups, the LA Artcore Brewery Annex is open Thursday - Sunday, 12-4 p.m. Along with your shipping label, please include an envelope containing a print-out and full description of the corresponding artwork.
Any work left at the Brewery gallery 5 days after the close of the exhibition will be subject to a $10 per day storage fee. Any work left at the Brewery Gallery for more than two weeks is subject to sale or disposal without notification. Artworks will be handled carefully and displayed in a secure gallery. While best handling practices of art are observed please note that LA Artcore is not responsible for damage during transit or during the exhibition, or during de-installation. Artist is responsible for insuring their work. The gallery does not discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or veteran status.
LA Artcore reserves the right to photograph artworks in the exhibition for publicity and educational purposes.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION - Visit www.http://www.laartcore.org to find out
35% of all sales go to LA Artcore while the remaining 65% goes to the exhibiting artist
Please ship work in sturdy reusable containers via UPS or FedEx. Make sure to include return postage or prepaid shipping. Any work left at the Brewery gallery 5 days after the close of the exhibition will be subject to a $10 per day storage fee. Any work left at the Brewery Gallery for more than two weeks become the property of LA Artcore and may be subject to disposal without notification. While best handling practices of art are observed please note that LA Artcore is not responsible for damage during transit or during the exhibition, or during de-installation. Artist is responsible for insuring their work.