movie day: Our Changing Seas: An Atlantic & Caribbean Coral Reef Story

Artist and ocean advocate Courtney Mattison hand-sculpted “Our Changing Seas II: An Atlantic & Caribbean Coral Reef Story” – a large ceramic coral reef sculptural installation inspired by reefs of the Western Atlantic and Caribbean and the human-caused threats they face – in her “Inland Sea Studio” in Denver, CO. The piece was commissioned by the Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center for permanent installation in the entryway of its Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems Research in Dania Beach, FL in 2013.

call for entry: The 3rd international Zanesville Prize

The 3rd international Zanesville Prize
​for Contemporary Ceramics Competition & Exhibit
​returns to the Seilers’ Studio and Gallery on October 8, 2017.

New for 2017:
There will be four categories of entries – each will receive a Best Of ​award –
​except for the Zanesville Prize winner, which will be selected from the four category winners:
​​​​Functional
​Sculptural
​Vessel
​Mixed Media
​We anticipate accepting 75-100 entries into the exhibit.

Jurors:

Mary Jo Bole, Columbus, Ohio
Leslie Ferrin, North Adams, Massachusetts
Tony Marsh, Long Beach, California

Key dates:

Call for Entries Opens: Monday, April 17, 2017
Call for Entry Deadline: Monday, July 17, 2017
Finalists announced: August 21, 2017
Open Gala Reception/Awards Ceremony: October 7, 2017
Exhibit at Seilers’ Studio: October 8 through November 18, 2017
​The Zanesville Museum of Art will exhibit the top award winners
​and the People’s Choice award from November 22, 2017 to January 13, 2018.

zanesvilleprize.org