Call Detail
No Longer And Not Yet
Entry Deadline: 10/25/20
Application Closed

Entry Fee (NLANY): $15.00
Entry Fee (NLANY Curator's Choice): $20.00
Work Sample Requirements
Images | Minimum:Min. 0, Maximum:Max. 10
Video | Minimum:Min. 0, Maximum:Max. 1
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 10
Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: International
State: Washington

Goethe Pop Up Seattle, in partnership with Ken Winnick, cordially invites 3D artists to enter original work for a combined digital and physical exhibition entitled, No Longer and Not Yet.

The call asks artists to submit works that represent a true and lived experience from this year, 2020, reflecting creatively upon their thoughts, hopes, and frustrations. Works that come from a place of uncertainty and contemplate a world in the future.

No Longer and Not Yet consists of two components:

  • A high quality digital display of photographs and videos of selected 3D art works from national and international artists.
  • A solo exhibition of 3 - 5 physical works from one selected King County artist, presented as "Curator's Choice".
Both on display November 14 to December 12 at Das Schaufenster Gallery, an artist-run experimental window space that brings art to Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood. The digital works will also be featured on Vimeo.

Honorariums will be awarded to all selected artists, and are grant supported.

*NEW* We have been able to determine our honorarium amounts, as follows:
  • Honorarium for selected "Curator's Choice": $1,000 (One award, physical display)
  • Honorarium for selected digital display of works: $250 per artist selected

NOTE: The title of "No Longer and Not Yet" is taken from an essay by Hannah Arendt, a review of The Death of Virgil, by Hermann Broch, and published in The Nation", September 14, 1946.

ART SHOW DATES: November 14 - December 12, 2020

Registration is open to beginning, intermediate, and established career artists.
Funded in part by King County 4CULTURE

No Longer and Not Yet -- Longer description

Presented as a grant written by Ken Winnick, the No Longer and Not Yet (NLANY) exhibition is one of two cultural events created through the grant; the first of which was a salon discussion entitled Unsettling the Apparatus. Together these two events seek to contextually associate with the philosophies of two iconic thinkers, Hannah Arendt and Vilém Flusser.

For the salon, a zoom discussion took place which addressed questions such as: What is an Apparatus? How do images work in our minds during the thinking process? And, are there ways of seeing that can create empathy and foster change where there are inequities and oppression?  A link to an archive of video presentations and essays from the salon may be found at the Unsettling The Apparatus Video Archive. Contributing artists may wish to consult these archives for inspiration or points of departure, although the prompts summarized here in the call would also be sufficient for artists response.

NLANY plans to be a virtual and physical exhibition reflecting upon and sharing experiences of living in a time driven by growing political division, unrest, and global pandemic; a time experienced from an ever more virtual world; and a time where the outlines of a future world are not yet clear.

Reading the works of Hannah Arendt and Vilém Flusser, we learn that repressive forms of government often emerge when we suffer the “loss of a common world”, and that in our highly computerized and image driven world, we often mistake images and memes for the real world.

NLANY will engage the online and Seattle communities with 3D art that reflects the experiences of people who are deeply connected through electronic media and technical images and who are subject to our current political and historic paradigms of power and oppression, but who also perform the work of thinking and reflecting upon these experiences to create art that captures a genuine sense of their lives during these times of "no longer and not yet". The exhibition hopes to be a visual metaphor that relates to enduring, both mentally and physically, the social challenges that confound the mind and produce feelings of unsettledness. An exhibition that also helps to rebuild our common world through the artistic sharing of lived experiences.

This call asks artists to submit original 3D works of art and to capture them in high quality photography or video, to artistically share true and lived experienceof 2020.

NLANY Curator’s Choice Solo Exhibition

Artist from King County are encouraged to also apply for the NLANY Curator’s Choice Solo Exhibition.  In fulfillment to the funding resources provided by 4Culture, a select artist specifically from King County will be chosen for the NLANY Curator’s Choice solo exhibition to run together with the digital exhibition. Upon selection, the artist’s work must be hand delivered to the gallery or mailed with a pre-paid returned shipping label. Artwork submitted on behalf of an artist requires written and signed authorization by the artist. Artists who desire to apply for the NLANY Curator’s Choice solo exhibit will need to select the box on the application designated as Curator’s Choice and submit up to five (5) works of art for review (high quality; high definition).

Entry Instructions:

  • If applying for ONLY the digital display:
    • Open to artists nationally and internationally
    • Artists may enter one (1) work of art with up to five (5) still photographs of the one entry OR one 10 -12 secs of video displaying one work of art for the virtual exhibition (please enter either stills or a video, not both. The intention is to have a rotating slideshow of images and videos on the screen, with each artist having about 10-12 seconds of screen time for their entry, whether video or stills).
    • Select (NLANY) and pay the $15 entry fee.
  • If applying for BOTH the digital display and Curator's Choice:
    • "Curator's Choice" element open only to artists from King County, WA
    • In addition to the images for the digital display as described above, also enter an additional 3 - 5 photographs of 3 - 5 unique artworks.
    • Select (NLANY + Curator's Choice) upon submission, and pay the $20 entry fee.
      • NOTE: If you only wish to apply for Curator's Choice, you still must pay the $20 fee, and select "NLANY + Curator's Choice" upon submission.
  • Enter artist statement
  • For each work uploaded, please indicate in the Artwork Title box whether the work is for "DIGITAL" or "CURATOR'S CHOICE".
  • Still Images: JPG only (standard Café size requirements apply)
    • JPEG or JPG, under 5MB with a minimum of 1200 pixels on the longest side.
  • Video File Type: MP4 only (standard Café size requirements apply)
    • File size: Under 100MB. Resolution: minimum 640 x 480, maximum 1920 x 1080. 30 fps only.


  • Entry Open Date: August 31, 2020
  • Entry Deadline: October 25, 2020, 10:59 PM Pacific Time
  • ARTISTS (Digital) NOTIFIED BY: October 30, 2020
  • ARTISTS (Solo) NOTIFIED BY: October 30, 2020
  • Solo Exhibit Art must be delivered: November 5 - 7, 2020
  • Reception/Exhibition Open: November 14, 2020
  • Exhibition Closing Date: December 12, 2020
  • Artwork pick-up: December 13, 14, 2020

Additional Details

  • High-quality, high definition photographed 3D work only
  • Works MUST BE READY to mount or display and provide any specified instructions for installing or mounting.
  • NLANY is an open, juried call (beginning, intermediate, advance career artists).
  • Curator’s Choice: Selected work must be received by the date listed in the schedule, above.
  • Works shipped in must have a pre-paid return shipping (Fedx or UPS)
  • We will not store work indefinitely.

Shipping Work

For the selected Curator’s Choice artist, please ship artwork using sturdy, reusable packing materials clearly labeled with your name and telephone number, generate a Pre-Paid Return UPS or FedEx label, and email it to so the piece may be returned.

Do not use Styrofoam packing peanuts.


Artists selected for the virtual exhibition and the solo exhibition will receive an honorarium.  Amount (TBD). Honorariums are grant supported.

Curator/JurorHasaan A. Kirkland, MFA. ( ) is a career Artist, Educator, Art Advocate, Consultant, Curator, and Entrepreneur. A former O’Herron distinguished full Professor of Fine Art at Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) in Charlotte, NC, a Professor of art at Seattle University, and Seattle College, Founder and Executive Director of Psi Rho Alpha Visual and Performing Arts Honor Society, Inc.  

Kirkland has published and exhibited various visual and written intellectual property domestically and abroad for over 20 years--( noted published and exhibition works, not limited to: African American National Biography of Ernie Barnes with the Harvard University W.E.B. Dubois Institute, Oxford University Press, Below the Surface: Ethnic Echoes in America’s Modern and Contemporary Art and Changing Perspectives in Contemporary American Art: North Carolina A&T, Greensboro, North Carolina Equity and Social Justice in King County: Red White and Blue, Death Lies and Brutes, Wing Luke Museum, Seattle, Washington.)

Kirkland’s recent curatorial work displayed in Seattle, as the former [Chief] Curator of the Northwest African American Museum (’18-’19), exhibited the work of Hiawatha D’s: Ain’t I a Woman, Warren Pope’s: Timelines, Blood Lines, Red Lines; Jeremy Bell’s: Utopian Blackness; Christopher Shaw’s, Algorithm: Archetype; and in collaboration with the Edwin T. Pratt Visual Art Center—Edwin T. Pratt: A Living Legacy.

Creative and Artistic Director: Ken Winnick, is a photographer and cultural entrepreneur based in Seattle, Washington. Recent projects include the Edwin T. Pratt Legacy Archives Project for the Black Heritage Society of Washington State, and an Information Taxonomy and Digitization project for the Shoreline Historical Museum in Shoreline, WA. He is currently producing a short film on the life and times of Edwin T. Pratt, using the digital archive system that he developed for BHS together with historical footage of the civil rights movement in Seattle during the 1960’s. Ken is also a founder and business liaison for the City of Shoreline Film Office. He can be found online at

Co-Partner/Funding Organization: Goethe Pop Up Seattle is a temporary branch of the Goethe-Institut, the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. We host and support a variety of events that engage topics and questions relevant to contemporary German culture.

Grant Funding Organization4CULTURE - Arts 4Culture funds individual artists, artist groups, and arts organizations that provide access to art experiences for all King County residents and visitors.

Health Guidelines: Due to COVID-19, social distancing restrictions are currently in place. The selected gallery space for the NLANY Curator’s Choice Solo Exhibition will be Das Schaufenster at 6019 NW 14th Ave Seattle, WA 98107. This space is currently operated by Anna Mlasowsky (, a national and international accomplished 3D Glass artist, educator, and curator.  The Das Schaufenster Gallery allows guests the opportunity to experience the work from outside looking through a showcase window (see image above).  This allows the public to view the work at their own discretion and safety. NLANY is promoting healthy behaviors that reduce the spread of COVID-19. Following CDC Standard Guidelines for COVID-19 we observe and participate in social distancing. In doing so, we have opted to keep our business operations and functions virtually and socially distant which will include outdoor viewing of the exhibit.