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Call for Artists: “All the World’s a Stage”
Artists Enclave of Denton County presents “All the World’s a Stage”, a juried exhibit of 2D art by Artists Enclave members only.
“All the World’s a Stage” will be exhibited Sept. 10th – Nov. 2nd at the Black Box Theatre, 318 E Hickory St., Denton, TX.
Q – Do my submissions need to be related to theatre or Shakespeare specifically?
A – Your submissions are your interpretation of what it means to say “All the World’s a Stage”. Examples include such ideas as “my life’s an open book” or “that story took center stage” or “every stage of life has its ups and downs”.
Q – Will prizes be awarded for selected works in the exhibit?
A – No prizes will be awarded for this specific exhibit.
It is a juried show but there are space constraints at the Black Box Theatre for display and will award prizes at future larger juried exhibits open to the Artists Enclave Membership and/or general public.
Q – Can I submit works for this Call for Artists that are not for sale?
A – Yes, you can submit works that are NFS or not for sale. Please make Artists Enclave aware of your wish to sell or not sell when submitting.
Deadline to submit work is Wednesday, August 15.
There is no submission fee for Artists Enclave Members.
E-mail submissions to email@example.com.
(Artist should send .jpeg image of each submitted work and include artist’s name, the work’s title, dimensions, medium and price or whether the submission is NFS.)
A notification letter of acceptance will be emailed to each participating artist on August 27th.
Fine art painting, drawing, prints, photography, mixed media.
Styles and genre:
Open to all styles from abstractandnon-representational to figurative and realism.
Size and submission guidelines:
Maximum of 2 works per artist for submission.
Small to midsize works due to space availability. 24”x36” is the maximum size allowed. Groupings or series that fit within the 24″ x 36″ parameters are welcome.
All 2D Art must have a wire for hanging. Framed or unframed pieces are acceptable but without the wire work can’t be accepted.
Artists Enclave requests that participating artists contribute 20% of sales.
Artists Enclave will handle all sales.
DebiLynn Fendley of Arkadelphia, Arkansas works in documentary and conceptual realism pieces in photography, printmaking, drawing and painting. She holds advanced degrees in art and English with a terminal MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College. DebiLynn invites us to question why we fear people and ideas that are different from our own and what we can learn from examining those differences and fear. http://www.debilynnfendleystudios.com