An exhibit of artwork for $100 and under
For the month of December 2016, The 567 Center for Renewal is organizing a $100.00 or less group exhibit titled “Favorite Things”. The theme and design of this exhibit is centered on fine art work that can be gifted during the holiday season. Art work should be unique, affordably priced and designed with gift giving in mind.
We are accepting all artwork created in any medium that can be reasonably sold for $100.00 or less. Examples may include jewelry, ceramic mugs, small paintings, photography, etc. We can accommodate for most pieces, size and time permitting. The displayed works will be made available for purchase, with The 567 receiving a 25% commission for any works sold during the exhibit.
Artwork Submission Details: All works MUST be available through the entire run of the show. Between 3-5 pieces per artist may be submitted. The Artistic Director has the final say on all works that enter the exhibit.
All work must be ready to exhibit. This means that the works must be ‘Ready to Hang’ indicating that the work is ready to display without any extra assistance! (For 2D work, this usually means wired on the back or with sawtooth hangers already attached.) Artists are required to sign an exhibition agreement and provide a complete and detailed inventory list as well as any specific instructions for display.
Dates to Remember and Entry Requirements:
- Deadline for Entries: Friday, November 18, 2016
- Artwork Delivery: (NO LATER THAN) Friday, November 25, 2016 – By 4:00 pm
- Opening Reception: (First) Friday, December 2, 6-9 PM
- Artwork Pick-Up: Between Wednesday December 28 – Monday, January 2, 2017 (Depends on Holiday Schedule/Appointments Made for Pick-up)
E-mail Colin Penndorf (firstname.lastname@example.org) up to 5 high-res digital images representative of the final work you would like to submit. These images may also be used for marketing purposes. Please include your name, email address or phone number, title of work, and the prices of the pieces with your entry.
Thank you and I am looking forward to a rousing exhibit.
Colin Penndorf, Director of Fine Arts