204 Nash Street South
Wilson, NC 27893
Contact Email: email@example.com
Call Type: Award
State: North Carolina
Event Dates: 9/2/21 - 9/30/21
Entry Deadline: 7/22/21
Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Wilson Arts is excited to announce our inaugural National Multi-Media Juried Art Show! To submit, artists will have to create an account on www.CallForEntry.com. Setting up an account is free. Artists must submit their entry fee and artworks for consideration through CaFE. Wilson Arts will NOT accept works submitted via email. Up to three (3) pieces may be entered. Each artwork may be represented by only one image to be scored by the juror via CaFE. Images of works accepted will be retained by the Arts Center for its permanent records and publicity purposes. Digital Images must be uploaded through CaFE. Each file must be identified by artist name, entry number, and title. Entry Materials are due no later than midnight (EST) on July 22, 2021. We will not accept email submissions. If you have specific questions regarding the show, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Film /Animation entries must specify any special instructions for display
Artists will be notified of accepatance and invitation into the exhibition by email the week of August 5, 2021. Every artist will receive an email regardless if they were selected for the show.
DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORKS
Accepted works cannot be mailed or otherwise delivered to the Arts Center before a signed exhibition contract is in place. Exhibit contracts are due no later than August 12, 2021. Accepted works may be shipped or hand delivered beginning August 19- August 26 2021. Artwork must arrive no later than August 26, 2021.
Works may also be hand delivered during hours of operation – www.wilsonarts.com/directions. Your work should be able to fit through a standard size garage door. If you require assistance moving your piece, you must make an appointment with the Visual Arts Coordinator. Email email@example.com to make arrangements. The artist is responsible for all shipping and return shipping costs and arrangements to and from Wilson Arts. For return, Wilson Arts will pack each piece in its original packing materials and containers. Artists are responsible for arranging return shipping to the address of origin through their local UPS/FedEx/USPS or other shipping office at the close of the exhibition.
Shipping insurance is the responsibility of the artist. Wilson Arts will not accept money for shipping and is not responsible for works lost, stolen, or damaged once picked up by the shipper. • Check your local shipper for prepaid return labels, call tag systems, and printable internet shipping labels. • Artists should include the return label with the shipment of the work to Wilson Arts or provide Wilson Arts with a prepaid label by the close of the exhibition.
All 3D work must stand alone for the duration of the exhibition without assistance from staff. All work must be completely dry, framed, properly wired, and ready for hanging, or otherwise suitably prepared for exhibition. No sawtooth hangers accepted. Orientation or installation instructions and specialized hardware should be included with work. Wilson Arts trained staff installs all works.
Wilson Arts will retain 35% commission on works sold. Payments will be mailed within 30 days after the close of the show (Or by October 29)
Artworks accepted in preliminary judging by digital image do not constitute acceptance into the exhibition. If upon delivery, an accepted artwork is found to have been misrepresented by the image sent or deemed unfit or unsafe for exhibition, it may be disqualified. Award winners will be selected by the juror after the exhibition is installed and announced at the opening reception.
Charlotte Fitz Daniels is the curator of the Janice Hardison Gallery at Joyner Library, East Carolina University, where she researches, designs and implements a variety of art and history exhibitions. She is also the former executive director and curator of exhibits and collections at the Greenville Museum of Art.
As an artist, Charlotte focuses on ceramics. Her work consists of functional and sculptural handmade ceramics artworks that are inspired by stories, myths, dreams and symbols drawn from her ancestral home of eastern Kentucky. Charlotte is a graduate of Guilford College, where she studied English and creative writing. She continued her studies at the School of Art and Design at East Carolina University and received a degree in ceramic design as well as a Masters of Art in Teaching.
$500 first prize
$250 second prize
$100 third prize