Revisiting Jerseyscapes – Pro Arts Jersey City @ NJCU – CALL FOR ART
Curated by Midori Yoshimoto, Ph.D
Gallery Director and Professor of Art History, New Jersey City University
As a sequel to the 2014 Jerseyscapes exhibition held at NJCU, this exhibition revisits the theme of New Jersey landscapes and people-scapes through varied artistic media. Less obvious and off-mainstream perspectives on New Jersey and its people are welcome, as well as, unexpected medium such as ceramics and fiber.
ALL Pro Arts members are encouraged to submit work to this show. It will be our ONLY exhibit during the Jersey City Studio Tours 2019 (JCAST).This is a juried show and approximately ten artists will be chosen to participate.
Show dates: September 6 – October 6, 2019
Location: The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery, Hepburn Hall, room 323, New Jersey City University.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING WORK: Friday July 12, 2019.
Drop off: August 26 – 29, time TBA
Submission is FREE for Pro Arts members
Commission: Pro Arts and NJCU do not charge commission
Submission Guidelines :
Medium: Wall art, sculpture, installation, video
Number of images: Maximum 5 jpg images
Size: 72dpi, maximum 1200px on the widest side
File Names: Name files as follows: Lastname_Firstname_”Title”_Medium_size.jpg
Example: Mouse_Mickey_”Welcome to My House”_Oil on Canvas_30x40”.jpg
Attached Word Doc or PDF: Name the document
On a single page provide:
1) Name, phone number, website, Facebook, Instagram handle
2) a brief bio
3) an artist’s statement that explains how your work fits with the theme of the show
4) a contents list of your submissions in the following format:
Medium & Dimension
Price or NFS
ex: Mickey Mouse
“Welcome to My House”
Oil on Canvas 30×40”
Email your submission to: email@example.com
Subject Line: “JCAST” –YourLastName”
NJCU does provides insurance with a $500 deductable
Please Note: All pieces should be wired for hanging. ProArts has the right to refuse work wired improperly or charge a $10 fee.
Please contact Mollie Thonneson at 551-689-3818 with any questions.