713 Medalta Ave SE
Medicine Hat Alberta
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: JUNE 30, 2010
Entry Fee: $35 – 10 images must be submitted
The Santo Foundation was established in 2009 to recognize and assist the careers of individual visual artists. It is our mission to support visual artists allowing continued pursuit of a career we believe to be one of the most challenging and rewarding for the future of our cultural heritage.
Our Call for Entry 2010 is for two $3500.00 individual artists grants. We are pleased to announce our distinguished Juror, Barbara O’Brien, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City. Graduate students and all emerging to mature artists are eligible to apply. The Santo Foundation is not accepting performance art or video art for our 2010 Call for Entry. All other fine art mediums are welcome such as painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, installation (still images only), sculpture, metals, ceramics, and interdisciplinary (still images only).
Please submit 10 jpegs of current work labeled accurately and a current resume. Each application requires a non-refundable processing fee of $35.00. Applications are being accepted March 15 until June 30, 2010.
Candidates are requested to apply online through WESTAF’s CaFE™ web site (www.callforentry.org). The Foundation will not accept applications sent by mail to the Santo Foundation office or The Santo Foundation email address. The Santo Foundation is not accepting performance art or video art for our 2010 Call for Entry. All other fine art mediums are welcome such as painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, installation (still images only), sculpture, metals, ceramics, and interdisciplinary (still images only).
2 Openings at the Last Mountain Lake Cultural Center – Sunday April 11th, 12.30 to 3.30 “As a collector of things, it is the small elements that most people overlook that inspire me most. It is by close observation of plant life that I have noticed how within each structure and environment patterns are created and respected. It is how individual elements, while independent, can also be used like building blocks to create larger units of pattern, which in turn can create even larger patterns exponentially. The repetition of the + (cross) forms a grid system is a representation of microcosm in macrocosm”.
The exhibition Motion Captured, Motion Denied presents the works of young, Saskatchewan contemporary ceramic artists Jody Greenman-Barber and Zane Wilcox. Although both artists work in very distinct and different approaches from eachother, a commonality between their works is how each artist addresses the concept of motion. Pushing the boundaries of wheel- thrown traditions and approaches, Jody’s work concentrates on the gestural qualities of clay and exaggerated wheel-thrown lines and forms and therefore embodies motion. Zane’s work also pushes boundaries of handbuilding with clay through creating solid clay forms that embody a sense of immovability and stability, and thus serve as a reference point for the motion or physical movements of the viewer within the gallery space, as he or she moves around the works to take in the different angles and perspectives that they offer.Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre, Regina Beach
133 Donovel Crescent (beside South Shore School)
Regina Beach SK
Gallery Hours: Sat 10.30-4.30 and Sun 12.30 to 4.30For more info please call the LML Cultural Centre @ 729.4484
Bowl Me Over The Third Lillstreet International The Lillstreet International is a juried exhibition that is designed to address contemporary issues in and and the ever-changing scope of ceramic art. The exhibition is open to all artists working in clay. Each year the show will take on a different theme. This year the focus is bowls, versatile and functional forms that offer many opportunities for experimentation and diversity in form as well as surface, glaze and firing. Juror: Steven Young Lee, Resident Artist Director, Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, Helena, Montana. Prizes: First: $500 and a solo exhibition in the Lillstreet gallery Runners-up (2): $100 Dates: Application Deadline: July 1, 2010 Notification: Begins July 19, 2010 Work Due: August 13, 2010 Exhibition Dates: August 20 – September 15, 2010 Reception: TBA Entry Fee: $35 for 3 entries (nonrefundable). Payment may be made by check or credit card. Image Requirements: Submit one digital image per piece, saved as a Jpeg at 300 dpi or higher, each image labeled with your name and entry letter (e.g., smithA, smithB, smithC). Images may be submitted electronically or on CD (will not be returned, label the CD with your full name). Slides are not accepted. Rules: Open to functional, ceramic bowls made in the last two years. Any clay type or firing method is allowed. Size may not exceed 18 inches in any dimension. All exhibited work must be for sale. Works will be disqualified if not the same piece in the accepted image. Work showing poor craftsmanship will be disqualified. Commission structure is 50% artist, 50% LSAC. LSAC is responsible for insurance during the exhibition. Artists are responsible for shipping to/from LSAC. Submissions: Fill out the entry form and send it with payment and the CD of images to : Lillstreet International Lillstreet Art Center 4401 N Ravenswood Ave Chicago, Il 60640 To submit your application electronically, please include the information as requested on the entry form in an email, attach the images, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Credit card details must be included.
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