2349 East Orchard Road, Greenwood Village. CO 80121
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Type: Exhibitions
Event Dates: 7/13/19 - 8/31/19
Entry Deadline: 5/31/19
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6
The City of Greenwood Village’s Curtis Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the 36th Annual All Colorado Art Show. This exhibit is open for submissions from artists in all mediums, currently residing in Colorado. The exhibit takes place from July 13 through August 31, 2019 with an opening reception on Saturday, July 13 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Artists may submit a maximum of two pieces for consideration.
Schedule for 2019
Deadline for entries: May 27 (entries must be received by midnight)
Artist Notification: June 8
Accepted artwork delivered to Curtis: June 26 - July 2 (M-F 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sat 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
Exhibit dates: July 13 - August 31
Exhibit reception: Saturday, July 13, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Juror's Talk: TBD
Artists pick up work: September 3, 4 or 5
- Artwork must be of original design and personal execution, completed within the last two years and not previously shown at the Curtis Center for the Arts.
- Artists may submit either one or two individual pieces of work with a maximum of 6 images (not 6 pieces) in total. This may be any combination of 2D and 3D work (e.g. one 2D piece; two 2D pieces; one 3D piece; two 3D pieces; or one 2D and one 3D piece). If an artist sumbits more than two individual works, Curtis staff will make the determination of the two pieces that will be submitted to the juror.
- The maximum size for two-dimensional work is 48" x 48" (including frame) and for three-dimensional work a maximum of 300 lbs. Exceptions allowed for work specifically intended to be unframed.
- Entries must be original art in any forms of media, including photography (jewelry, video, and giclée prints will not be accepted). Printed works for which the artist's hand manipulated the plates, stones or screens and which have been properly signed and numbered as a limited edition will be accepted.
- Artists may upload up a total of six images of their work (whether they are submitting one or two pieces). NOTE: artists submitting more than two pieces will have the extra pieces withdrawn by staff.
- Works submitted must be ready for installation upon arrival at the Center. Any works submitted or delivered that are not deemed ready for installation will be rejected.
Work must be available for sale. The City of Greenwood Village will retain a 30% commission on sales. Proceeds benefit the Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council.
The juror will choose a total of three works for the following awards:
1st place - $1,000
2nd place - $ 500
3rd place - $ 300
How to Apply
Applications will be taken online only. If you are new to the CaFE site, click the “HOW TO APPLY” link in the blue bar at the top of the page, and it will walk you through registering as an artist, setting up your portfolio with images, and then returning to this call to complete the application. If you have issues with the online application, please call the Curtis Center for the Arts,303-797-1779, or email email@example.com for assistance.
About the Juror
We are honored to have Denver native Collin Parson serve as this year's juror. Collin is currently the Director of Galleries and Curator for the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities in Arvada, Colorado and is a former member at the historic Pirate: Contemporary Art cooperative and alumni of RedLine Denver's artist residency program. An arts administrator, artist, curator and designer he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Design and Technology with an emphasis in Lighting and Scene Design from the University of Colorado at Boulder and his Master in Arts in Visual Culture and Arts Administration from Regis University in Denver. His creative work involves the control of light and color to create vivid geometric light and space works. He has had the privilege of jurying many arts festivals and exhibitions and has received many awards and recognition for his curatorial projects. He was recognized as one of 100 Colorado Creatives by Westword magazine in 2013 and featured in numerous print and broadcast media. Parson is the son of Colorado sculptor Charles Parson, whose experience with the regions arts community helped Collin long before his professional career began. Growing up in a family of artists, Collin is proud to be continuing those educational and creative traditions. Parson is represented by Michael Warren Contemporary in Denver.
About the Curtis Center for the Arts
Originally built as a one-room schoolhouse in 1914 to serve ten local students, the historic redbrick building is now home to the Curtis Center for the Arts. The Curtis School was formally opened in 1914 with no electricity or running water. The one acre of land the school sat on was originally donated by area resident Mary J. Curtis in 1901. In 1991 the building was dedicated as the Curtis Arts & Humanities Center. Today, the Curtis Center continues to be a learning center for the arts. The Center offers art instruction, rotating visual arts exhibits, lectures and the occasional performance. The Curtis Center for the Arts is owned and operated by the City of Greenwood Village.