INTERSECTIONS: Considering Imbalance
67-1186 Lindsey Rd.
PO Box 549
Kamuela, HI 96743
Entry Deadline: 4/22/18
Days remaining to deadline: 59
Images - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5
Entry Fee (INTERSECTIONS: Considering Imbalance): $35.00
INTERSECTIONS: Considering Imbalance
In a world that seems increasingly polarized, we often find ourselves at metaphorical intersections where a range of forces—cultural, political,economic, emotional—converge. Achieving individual or collective balance when these forces meet and mix may first require disturbances or expressions of resistance. Artists often take a significant role in public discourse when their work is driven by these intersections.
In this exhibition, we invite artists to examine the idea of an intersection as not simply where two or more lines meet—a site that you approach, choose a direction, and then continue on—but as a starting place to consider the imbalance of the status quo.
Call for Proposals: Proposals will be accepted through Café, www.CallForEntry.org through April 22nd, 2018.
Submission fee: $35.00 per entry; up to five works per artist.
Eligibility: Accepting 2D, 3D and video works completed since January 1st, 2014 by artists currently residing in the State of Hawai’i. Work executed under classroom/educational guidance or external supervision is not eligible. All works must be no larger than 50” x 50” x 50”.
Artwork must be ready for installation and professionally presented(i.e. 2-D must be framed or mounted with hanging hardware, 3-D work must have clear installation instructions).
First Place $300
Second Place $200
Third Place $100
Juror: Andi Campognone
Andi Campognone has over 25 years of arts experience as a curator, administrator and maker. She is the Owner/Director of AC Projects, a private consulting organization focused on promoting arts and culture. Projects include developing museum exhibitions, public engagement, mentoring programs and book and film publications of historically relevant southern California artists. Campognone is also the Museum Manager/Curator for the City of Lancaster. She is responsible for the development and maintenance of partnerships and community engagement initiatives with artists, businesses, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Los Angeles County Supervisors office and higher level institutions. She develops curatorial direction for exhibition programming and educational programming and additionally she is directing the Museum accreditation process for MOAH. She has previously served the City of Pomona as Cultural Arts Commissioner where she co-wrote and implemented the City’s Master Cultural Arts Plan and the adopted Arts in Public Places Policy. Ms. Campognone is on the Board of the Lancaster Museum and Public Art Foundation and an active member of the Holualoa Foundation for Arts and Culture where she leads an annual artist professional development workshop at Donkey Mill Art Center. She volunteers as a regular speaker and mentor to art students at both the undergraduate and graduate level and is on the advisory boards of Start Up Art Fair, Los Angeles Arts Association and the State of Hawaii’s Public Art Program Panel. She is a current member of ArTTable.
Shipping: Complete shipping instructions will be sent with the acceptance notification to the artist. Artists are responsible for shipping costs both to and from the Gallery and must provide a prepaid return shipping label, UPS or FedEx account number or credit card information for return shipping. Artwork will be returned in the packaging in which it was received.
For more information please refer to our web site: http://kahilutheatre.org/Exhibits or contact Exhibits Coordinator, Sally Lundburg at firstname.lastname@example.org.