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March 19 - June 3
The Equinox— When Light and Dark are Equal Worldwide
The New England Sculptors Association’s First Annual Online Juried Prize Show
NESA’s call is to sculptors addressing the social equality and justice issues of 2020 –. We are looking for sculptures that shine light in the darkness.
Apply for this open call show here
Brian Hones, Manager, Studio Projects, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Prior to joining the Gardner in 2015, he worked with the Taft Museum of Art in Cincinnati, Ohio. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, and a Bachelor of Science in art education from Miami University (Ohio), as well as a Master of Liberal Arts in museum studies from Harvard University (MA). In September 2020, he was appointed as a Commissioner to the Boston Art Commission which maintains the city’s art collection and commissions new, transformative public art that inspires Boston residents to live up to their fullest potential.
There will be 4 awards of $250 each. Three of which will be awarded by the juror and one will be The People’s Choice Award.
Jan. 12th Call opened
Feb. 8th Submission Deadline (by end of day)
Feb. 15th Notification email to the artists
Mar. 19th Zoom Awards ceremony and Opening Reception – 3 juried award winners announced.
Jun. 3rd Zoom Closing event – presentation of the People’s Choice Award. Here