call for entry: 10th Anniversary Cup Show!

Gulf Coast State College Amelia Center Gallery is hosting its annual juried exhibition that explores the idea of the drinking vessel. The focus of the exhibit is on the function and concept of the drinking vessel, including its relation to history, politics, craft, technology, utility, and narrative. It is a survey of the wide variety of approaches to contemporary ceramics through the lens of the most intimate and accessible vessel – the cup.
Prospectus
 
Direct link for e submissions.
 
 

call for entry: Ninth Annual Cup Show: Form and Function


Gulf Coast State College Amelia Center Gallery is hosting its annual juried exhibition
that explores the idea of the drinking vessel. The focus of the exhibit is on the
function and concept of the drinking vessel, including its relation to history, politics,
craft, technology, utility, and narrative. It is a survey of the wide variety of approaches
to contemporary ceramics through the lens of the most intimate and accessible vessel,
the cup. This year the exhibit is part of the National Clay Week http://www.nationalclayweek.org/ and will have an “interactive” component, which will take place on October 11.

Juror : Carole Epp : )

prospectus
application

call for entry: Eighth Annual Cup Show – Form and Function

Gulf Coast State College Amelia Center Gallery is hosting a
juried exhibition that explores the idea of the drinking vessel. The exhibition
will focus on the function and concept of the drinking vessel – including its
relation to history, politics, craft, technology, utility, and narrative. The
exhibition will be a survey of the wide variety of approaches to contemporary
ceramics through the lens of the most intimate and accessible vessel – the cup.
 

Juror
Born in Montreal, Canada, Martina Lantin received her Bachelor of Art from Earlham College (1996) and her Master of Fine Art from NSCAD University (2009). She has completed residencies at Baltimore Clayworks and Arrowmont School of Art and Craft, and the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts and taught workshops throughout the United States. Currently, Martina teaches at the Alberta College of Art and Design. Selected as an Emerging Artist by Ceramics Monthly her work has been recognized in numerous juried and invitational exhibitions. Martina has also published articles in both Studio Potter and Pottery Making Illustrated and was the subject of a feature article in Ceramics Monthly in February, 2014. Committed to the joys of working in earthenware, Martina creates functional ceramics through thrown and altered forms. The thin layer of white slip serves to accentuate the construction methods and to invite an exploration of the making process.
 
Eligibility
The exhibition is open to both functional and sculptural work that addresses the idea of “the cup”. Please submit only original work that has been completed in the last three (3) years. Amelia Center Gallery reserves the right to reject any work that is not suitably prepared for exhibition or that differs from the original submission.
 
Entries and Fees
Please submit your entries online via Smarter Entry at https://client.smarterentry.com/acg. Each artist may submit up to three (3) images with the following specifications. Images must be saved as JPG, TIF, or PNG files not greater than 2MB. The longest side should be 1,280 pixels or greater. The files should be titled with the artist’s first and last name and entry number (example: SteveSmith1.jpg). All in one word, file names cannot have special characters. Please do not submit any other materials (CV, resume, statement, etc.). Description Please select your clay body from the drop down menu and include a detailed description of firing and decoration techniques in the Additional Notes window.
Entry Fee there is a non-refundable entry fee of $25 for up to three (3) entries. You may submit additional entries for an extra fee of $5 per image. All fees are paid online via Smarter Entry https://client.smarterentry.com/acg.
 
Notification
Email notification will begin on October 26.
 
Shipment of Work
All artwork must arrive at the Amelia Center Gallery no later than November 10. All shipping and insurance fees to the exhibition will be the responsibility of the artist. Please pack cups in a well-secured package (double boxed), with any special handling/packaging instructions clearly visible. Packaging will be reused for return shipment. The Amelia Center Gallery will pay for return shipping and insurance of all unsold work. 
Our mailing address is
Gulf Coast State College, 
Visual and Performing Arts, 
Attn: Pavel Amromin, 
5230 West U.S. Hwy 98, 
Panama City,
FL 32401-1041
 
Commission
Amelia Center Gallery will receive commission of 30% on all sales.
 
Photography
Amelia Center Gallery reserves the right to photograph works, and use submitted photo materials of accepted pieces for the purposes of documentation, education, publicity, promotion and future grant proposals.
 
Liability
Every precaution will be taken in handling the work. The gallery reserves the right not to exhibit work that is deemed too fragile or not suitably prepared for presentation. Amelia Center Gallery will insure all works for the duration of the show, and return shipping. Artists will be responsible for insuring work in transit to the galley. Submission of work to this exhibition shall constitute an agreement to conditions set forth in this prospectus and permission to reproduce work for the purposes of documentation, education, publicity and promotion.
 
Calendar
Application Due October 19 Show Opens November 20
Notification Begins October 26 Show Closes December 17
Accepted Work Due November 10 Unsold Work Shipped January 8

REMINDER – Call for entry – Sixth Annual Cup Show: Form and Function

Sixth Annual Cup Show: Form and Function

Deadline September 20th!
Gulf
Coast State College, Amelia Center Gallery is hosting a juried
exhibition that explores the idea of the drinking vessel. The exhibition
will focus on the function and concept of the drinking vessel,
including its relation to history, politics, craft, technology, utility,
and narrative. The goal is to offer a survey of the wide array of
approaches to contemporary ceramics through the lens of the most
intimate and accessible vessel, the cup.
Juror
Ben
Carter is a studio potter, educator, curator, and an avid podcaster. He
received his BFA from Appalachian State University, and MFA for the
University of Florida. Over the years he has been a resident artist at
The Odyssey Center for Ceramic Art, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, the
Archie Bray Foundation, and the Danish Ceramic Research Center at
Guldagergaard. He has worked as a production potter at Black Mountain
Studios, Asheville, NC, and most recently as Educational Director at
Pottery Workshop Shanghai, Shanghai, China. In 2004 Ben opened Carter
Pottery and has since been exhibiting widely across the US and abroad.
As an educator Ben has taught at a number of institutions around the
world including the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia,
Shanghai Institute of Visual Art, Shanghai, P.R.C. Jacksonville
University, Jacksonville, Fl, and Georgia Southern University,
Statesboro, GA. In 2012 Ben started his podcast Tales of The Red Clay
Rambler Podcast, which features insightful conversations about art,
studio practice, and culture with artists around the world.
Eligibility
The
exhibition is open to both functional and sculptural work that
addresses the idea of “the cup”. Please submit only original work that
has been completed in the last three (3) years. Amelia Center Gallery
reserves the right to reject any work that is not suitably prepared for
exhibition or that differs from the original submission.
Entries and Fees
Please submit your entries online at www.onlinejuriedshows.com.
Each artist may submit up to three (3) entries. All images must be of
high quality saved in the JPEG format, at 72dpi. Files must be 1920
pixels on the longest side, and file size must not exceed 4 MB. The
files should be titled with the artist’s first and last name and entry
number (example: Steve_Smith_1.jpg). File numbers must correspond to the
entry numbers on your entry form. Please do not submit any other
materials (CV, resume, statement, etc.). For tips on how to shoot,
resize and submit images see the Help link online at www.onlinejuriedshows.com.
Entry Fee. 
There is a non-refundable entry fee of $25. Fees must be paid through www.onlinejuriedshows.com. Payments may be made through PayPal or by any major credit card.
Notification
Email notification will begin on September 26, 2013.
Shipment of Work
All
artwork must arrive at the Amelia Center Gallery no later than October
10, 2013. All shipping and insurance fees to the exhibition will be the
responsibility of the artist. Please pack cups in a well-secured package
(double boxed), with any special handling/packaging instructions
clearly visible. Packaging will be reused for return shipment. The
Amelia Center Gallery will pay for return shipping and insurance of all
unsold work. Our mailing address is Gulf Coast State College, Visual and
Performing Arts, Attn: Pavel Amromin, 5230 West U.S. Hwy 98, Panama
City, FL 32401-1041
Commission
Amelia Center Gallery will receive commission of 30% on all sales.
Photography
Amelia
Center Gallery reserves the right to photograph works, and use
submitted photo materials of accepted pieces for the purposes of
documentation, education, publicity, promotion and future grant
proposals.
Liability
Every
precaution will be taken in handling the work. The gallery reserves the
right not to exhibit work that is deemed too fragile or not suitably
prepared for presentation. Amelia Center Gallery will insure all works
for the duration of the show, and return shipping. Artists will be
responsible for insuring work in transit to the galley. Submission of
work to this exhibition shall constitute an agreement to conditions set
forth in this prospectus and permission to reproduce work for the
purposes of documentation, education, publicity and promotion.
Calendar
Application Due September 20, 2013
Notification Begins September 26, 2013
Accepted Work Due October 10, 2013
Opening Reception October 18, 2013
Show Closes November 7, 2013
Unsold Work Shipped November 14, 2013

Visit the blog to listen to the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast. Discussion about clay, culture, and travel at www.talesofaredclayrambler.com

call for entry: Sixth Annual Cup Show: Form and Function

Gulf Coast State College, Amelia Center
Gallery is hosting a juried exhibition that explores the idea of the
drinking vessel. The exhibition will focus on the function and concept
of the drinking vessel, including its relation to history, politics,
craft, technology, utility, and narrative. The goal is to offer a survey
of the wide array of approaches to contemporary ceramics through the
lens of the most intimate and accessible vessel, the cup.

Juror
Ben Carter is a studio potter, educator, curator, and an avid podcaster.
He received his BFA from Appalachian State University, and MFA for the
University of Florida. Over the years he has been a resident artist at
The Odyssey Center for Ceramic Art, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, the
Archie Bray Foundation, and the Danish Ceramic Research Center at
Guldagergaard. He has worked as a production potter at Black Mountain
Studios, Asheville, NC, and most recently as Educational Director at
Pottery Workshop Shanghai, Shanghai, China. In 2004 Ben opened Carter
Pottery and has since been exhibiting widely across the US and abroad.
As an educator Ben has taught at a number of institutions around the
world including the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia,
Shanghai Institute of Visual Art, Shanghai, P.R.C. Jacksonville
University, Jacksonville, Fl, and Georgia Southern University,
Statesboro, GA. In 2012 Ben started his podcast Tales of The Red Clay
Rambler Podcast, which features insightful conversations about art,
studio practice, and culture with artists around the world.

Eligibility
The exhibition is open to both functional and sculptural work that
addresses the idea of “the cup”. Please submit only original work that
has been completed in the last three (3) years. Amelia Center Gallery
reserves the right to reject any work that is not suitably prepared for
exhibition or that differs from the original submission.

Entries and Fees
Please submit your entries online at www.onlinejuriedshows.com. Each
artist may submit up to three (3) entries. All images must be of high
quality saved in the JPEG format, at 72dpi. Files must be 1920 pixels on
the longest side, and file size must not exceed 4 MB. The files should
be titled with the artist’s first and last name and entry number
(example: Steve_Smith_1.jpg). File numbers must correspond to the entry
numbers on your entry form. Please do not submit any other materials
(CV, resume, statement, etc.). For tips on how to shoot, resize and
submit images see the Help link online at www.onlinejuriedshows.com.

Entry Fee.
There is a non-refundable entry fee of $25. Fees must be paid through
www.onlinejuriedshows.com. Payments may be made through PayPal or by any
major credit card.

Notification
Email notification will begin on September 26, 2013.

Shipment of Work
All artwork must arrive at the Amelia Center Gallery no later than
October 10, 2013. All shipping and insurance fees to the exhibition will
be the responsibility of the artist. Please pack cups in a well-secured
package (double boxed), with any special handling/packaging
instructions clearly visible. Packaging will be reused for return
shipment. The Amelia Center Gallery will pay for return shipping and
insurance of all unsold work. Our mailing address is Gulf Coast State
College, Visual and Performing Arts, Attn: Pavel Amromin, 5230 West U.S.
Hwy 98, Panama City, FL 32401-1041

Commission
Amelia Center Gallery will receive commission of 30% on all sales.

Photography
Amelia Center Gallery reserves the right to photograph works, and use
submitted photo materials of accepted pieces for the purposes of
documentation, education, publicity, promotion and future grant
proposals.

Liability
Every precaution will be taken in handling the work. The gallery
reserves the right not to exhibit work that is deemed too fragile or not
suitably prepared for presentation. Amelia Center Gallery will insure
all works for the duration of the show, and return shipping. Artists
will be responsible for insuring work in transit to the galley.
Submission of work to this exhibition shall constitute an agreement to
conditions set forth in this prospectus and permission to reproduce work
for the purposes of documentation, education, publicity and promotion.

Calendar
Application Due September 20, 2013
Notification Begins September 26, 2013
Accepted Work Due October 10, 2013
Opening Reception October 18, 2013
Show Closes November 7, 2013
Unsold Work Shipped November 14, 2013

For full details and prospectus: http://www.onlinejuriedshows.com/Default.aspx?OJSID=182