Tieton Arts & Humanities
PO Box 171
Tieton WA 98937
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Type: Exhibitions
Event Dates: 8/8/20 - 10/11/20
Entry Deadline: 6/15/20
Images - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 20
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Total Media - Minimum: 2, Maximum: 20
ELIGIBILITY: Everyone is welcome! There are no geographic limits. All entries must be of original design and personal execution.
MEDIA: All media welcome. Works must be original and made within the previous three years.
SIZE: No piece may be larger than 10 inches x 10 inches x 10 inches, including frame or case.
EXHIBITION: August 8 - October 11, 2020 at the Mighty Tieton Warehouse in Tieton, WA.
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, August 8th from 12 - 3pm
SUBMISSION FEES: $30 for first two submissions. $12 for each additional artwork. Minimum two submissions required. Submit only one JPEG per artwork.
CATALOGUE: Each accepted entry will be featured in a fully illustrated, handbound, hardcover catalogue of the exhibit. Each accepted artist will receive one free copy of the catalogue.
DEADLINE: Submissions may be submitted through Thursday, June 15th, 2020.
Get last minute entries in by 11:59 PM (Mountain Standard Time)
NOTIFICATION DATE: Artists will be notified no later than Friday, June 26th, 2020
AWARDS:There will be 5 Juror’s Awards of $150 each given at the Opening Reception. If an artist is not present, a check will be mailed to the artist. There is also a People’s Choice award of $150 voted on by gallery attendees.
SHIPPING: Accepted works must arrive by Friday, July 17, 2020, and must include return shipping labels or make arrangements to pick up their work if not sold. Work will be returned by November 6th, 2020.
SALES: All sales will be handled through TA&H. A 40% commission will be charged. All pieces MUST REMAIN up for the duration of the exhibition. TA&H reserves the right to sell accepted works online during the exhibition. Artists will be responsible for shipping sold artwork to the buyer. TA&H will send checks to the artist for the sale of their work - less any shipping and sale related fees - at the end of the exhibition.
Marina Pacini Marina Pacini retired as Chief Curator and Curator of American, Modern, and Contemporary Art in 2019 after 18 years at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. Among the exhibitions she organized are Marisol: Sculptures and Works on Paper (2014), which travelled to El Museo del Barrio in New York, and was accompanied by a catalog co-published by Yale University Press; Red Grooms: Traveling Correspondent (2016, with catalog); Photographs from the Memphis World, 1949-1964 (2008, with catalog); and The Soul of a City: Memphis Collects African American Art (2012).
Before joining the Brooks, she was director of the Clough Hanson Gallery at Rhodes College, Memphis; taught at the University of Memphis; and was project director for the Philadelphia Project, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, where she began developing her focus on women artists and artists of color. Additionally, she served on the board of the Association of Art Museum Curators, and was board president of the UrbanArt Commission, Memphis.
Timothy J. Standring is the Gates Family Foundation Curator of Painting & Sculpture at the Denver Art Museum. Since he began at the Denver Art Museum in 1989, Standring has led a significant initiative to make art and art history accessible to a broader public and has served the museum in many capacities. He has curated over eighteen exhibitions at the museum—most notably Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker, Degas: Passion for Perfection, Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio, and Becoming Van Gogh —and has published widely in the Burlington Magazine, Master Drawings, the Print Quarterly, Artibus et Historiae, Renaissance Quarterly, and Apollo. His writings reflect interests that include 17th-century Roman patrons, monographic studies on European artists, British watercolor sketching, Poussin’s early works, Van Gogh’s drawings, Degas’s monotypes, and contemporary realist artists such as Daniel Sprick, T. Allen Lawson, Scott Fraser, the works of Andrew and Jamie Wyeth and Pere and Josef Santilari.
Prior to his work at the Museum, Standring spent much of his career in academia, serving as Director of the School of Art and Art History at the University of Denver and faculty appointments at Pomona College, Lawrence University, and Loyola University of Chicago. He has been a Fellow at The Clark Art Institute, a Guest Scholar at the J. Paul Getty Museum, and a Senior Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts (CASVA) at the National Gallery of Art, in addition to receiving other grants. He received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame; his MA and PhD from the University of Chicago. He is also an accomplished watercolor artist.
Presented by Tieton Arts & Humanities, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. 10x10x10xTieton is made possible through a gift from Doug and Laurie Kanyer.