Exhibition Call Title
Artists have always responded to social conditions and justice. The call to artists will stress this and ask artist to respond to social justice issues including Black Lives Matter, Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility, Equity, and equal, LGBTQ+, and woman’s rights as well as environmental issues such as global warming. These are the focus of today’s headlines – this exhibition will be timely. We will pose these questions to artists: How can and do artists address these issues? How does your artwork make us consider these issues in a new light? How do the events of the past year—BLM, COVID inequities—affect your art/change your focus?
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Out-of-doors sculptural expression of perspectives on injustices evident in 2020, to be displayed for 21 weeks on the grounds of The Eustis Estate in Milton, MA.
- NESA’s exhibition is an open call: to NESA members and non-members.
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- Works will be judged on their relevance to the show’s theme and title.
- Any sculptor over 18 years old
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- $20 for up to 3 images for NESA members and non members
- ‘To make the process more equitable anyone outside of NESA who truly needs financial assistance can click the fee tier to submit their application free. NESA will work with Historic New England to solicit work from area sculptors. We will reach out to Milton artists and organizations and cultural groups in the surrounding communities, including more diverse neighborhoods like Hyde Park, Mattapan, and Dorchester’.
- 25% commission fee 12.5% to NESA and 12.5% to Historic New England
- There will be 3 awards of $250 each. 2 of which will be awarded by the juror, and one will be The People’s Choice Award.
- There is a small stipend for each artists accepted
|March 15||Call opened|
|April 15||Submission deadline (by end of day)|
|April 23||Notification email to the artists|
|June 1 - 2||Delivery of work|
|June 5||Opening reception and awards. “Meet the Artist picnic” 5:00-8:00pm|
|October 1||Presentation of the People's Choice Award|
|October 31||Exhibition closes|
|November 1 -3||Pick up of sculpture|
JURORSJean Gibran, wife of the noted sculpture Kahlil Gibran Ken Turino, Manager of Community Partnerships and Resource Development at Historic New England NESA’s Robert Shure from Skylight Studios
- Copyright infringement of any kind is unacceptable.
- Works do not have to be for sale, sold works may be submitted
- All jury fees are non-refundable
- As this is an online show, there is no size restriction on work(s) submitted.
- Entries must be of original concept and design
- By entering this exhibition, you agree that you have read and will abide by all rule outlined in this prospectus.