CALL FOR ENTRIES
Our 200th aniversay deserves to be celebrated by visual communication. This April the German Village Art League will partner with the Columbus Metropolitan Library to produce ‘200’ a juried exhibition highlighting our fair city’s bicentennial.
Artists are encouraged to create work which is inspired by '200'. Suggested content considerations are not limited to, but may convey things like: a measurement of time, measurements of passage, places around our city, typographic expressions, growth and progress, technology, nostalgia.
We hope you will join us by creating visions of what the bicentennial means to you as an artist within our great city!
Richard Harned - Professor of Art at The Ohio State University
About the Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Main Library
With the support of Friends of the Library, the Carnegie Gallery creates unique cultural experiences for library visitors by presenting quality art exhibits. Exhibits are free, open to all, and feature the best work of both emerging and established artists.m
Submission Guidelines for 200
Artist’s are asked to submit 2-3 images that describe their personal artistic language.
Text and writing (although not required) may be included in the piece as long as it is not offensive.
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1. Each artist may submit 2-3.jpeg files of 2d
2. 2d works must be smaller than 48”(h)x
3. Title each jpeg “lastname1.jpeg”
4. Each submission should be in jpeg format
5. Complete full entry form and email artwork
6. Entry fee waived for 2012 German Village
7. Entry fee for non-members. ($25)
The German Village Art League was formed in 2009 to develop an artist alliance. The league offers exhibition opportunities and a dialogue among artists, and promotes the neighborhood as a creative, artistic community.
German Village Art League
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