Call for Entry

Canal Street Art Gallery

Call for Entry

Call Type: Exhibition

Location: Canal Street Art Gallery

Show Title: Summer Group Show “The Arts of Resistance”

Eligibility: Regional

Entry Deadline: May 23, 2018

Application Fee: None

Exhibition Fee: $35

Work Drop-off: June 9 & 10, 11am - 4pm

Show Dates: June 13 ~ August 11

Opening Reception: June 15, 5-8pm

Mid-Show Live Music: July 20, 5-8pm

 

How to Apply:  

Submit Images of work (JPG or PDF format) via email attachment along with a completed application.  

To receive our application you may:

Email your inquiry with the subject “Summer Group Show Inquiry” to: 23canalstreetgallery@gmail.com

or

Download an application here:   

 

 

 

Submission Requirements:  

Artwork in all mediums of two and three dimensional work may be submitted.  Artists may submit (1) one work not exceeding 40” in any direction, or (2) two works not exceeding 24” in any direction.  All work must be ready to install, and be available for sale.  All work must exhibit for the duration of the show.  Artists unable to transport works directly to and from the Gallery will be responsible for all shipping, and packing costs.  Temporary installations, performance and musical arts will be considered based on time and space requirements.  Canal Street Art Gallery reserves all rights of acceptance of works for exhibition.

 

“The Arts of Resistance” is presented in collaboration with exhibitions at Project Space 9, curated by the Rockingham Arts and Museum Project (RAMP); Canal Street Art Gallery; 33 Bridge Street, all in Downtown Bellows Falls and Main Street Arts in the Village of Saxtons River.

To submit artwork (including installations and theater) for exhibit at other participating venues please contact: Jeanette Staley at jeanettestaley@myfairpoint.net.

To submit music and poetry please contact: Jan Sheehy at booking@themilkhouseheaters.com.

 

“The Arts of Resistance” is an exhibition of two and three dimensional visual art, installation, performance, poetry, song and music exploring art-making in the spectrum of social commentary and political action.  The belief that artists are historically proven as intrinsic to the change and progression of culture and politics in ways spanning from contemplation to propaganda, is central to the works in the show.  

In this moment, as events and beliefs spin wildly round the planet and close to home, “The Arts of Resistance” exhibition asks:  “How does resistance relate to community through art?  What is resistance in art?”

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