Call Detail





Barnstorm 2018
ATTN: PUNCH Projects
408 N Pearl Street, Suite 2
Ellensburg, WA 98926

Entry Deadline: 4/22/18
Application Closed

REQUIREMENTS:

Media
Images - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $10.00
Media Fee (per sample over minimum): $10.00

PUNCH Projects presents: Barnstorm 2018
SODO district, Ellensburg, WA
www.punchprojects.org


Entry Fee: $10 per entry (up to 6 entries)

Building on a 12-year history of successful art exhibitions and projects across the Northwest, PUNCH Projects presents Barnstorm 2018 – the second in a series of pop-up exhibitions activating rural spaces in unexpected ways with art, music and creative installations. This free month-long art happening will transform the rustic Model KE building in Ellensburg’s SODO district into an exhibition that will highlight new media works in the form of projections and digital prints gathered from an international call to artists. All forms of media are accepted, and each accepted artist will receive a large format print of their work (except video and audio entries).

Submission guidelines:

The exhibition will be comprised of large-format printed images, video monitors and projections juried by Ginger Ewing (Program Director and Co-Founder of Terrain Spokane; Washington State Arts Commissioner; Spokane Arts Commissioner; Artist Trust Ambassador; Executive Director, Window Dressing). Instead of original pieces of art, selected artists will be given instructions to provide a high-resolution digital image file or video file of the chosen work(s); large format prints of the selected images will be created from the files and hung in the space. Video works will be displayed via monitors and projections directly onto the interior and exterior walls of the building. PUNCH Projects will pay the cost of shipping prints to the artists after the exhibition closes. 

There is no theme to the call; however, we encourage submissions that consider how a work might speak to the dialogue between urban and rural sensibilities, as well as images and videos that might operate in a non-traditional exhibition space of this sort. All forms of images will be considered: photo-based works, photos of 2-d artwork, photos of installation, new media, sculpture, or other 3-d work, and photo stills from video works. Video clips, full-length video works and audio works are also welcome and encouraged.

All submissions may be considered for subsequent PUNCH Projects events. 

Media Requirements: All forms of images will be considered: photo-based works, photos of 2-d artwork, photos of installation, new media, sculpture, or other 3-d work, and photo stills from video works. Video clips, full-length video works and audio works are also welcome and encouraged. You may submit a total of 6 image files, 6 video files, 6 audio files or a combination of file types not to exceed 6 in total. 

Sales and Commissions: 
If accepted, you may choose to have your printed image for sale at the exhibition. Since they will be non-editioned and unsigned, the sale price would be modest ($100-$250 depending on size we print for the exhibition). PUNCH Projects would keep a 35% commission to cover printing costs and 65% would go to you, the artist. If your print sells, you will not receive a print of your own after the show closes.

Timeline schedule: 
April 22 - Submission deadline
May 7 - Notification of accepted artists
May 14 - Deadline to receive high-resolution images and videos from accepted artists
June 1 - Opening reception with drinks, music and good times, 7pm-Close
June 30 - Exhibition closes
July 15-30 - PUNCH will ship digital prints to artists

Founded in 2006, PUNCH Projects has worked to promote visual art made from artists outside of the urban centers. In our ongoing effort to promote artwork that is thoughtful, fresh and contemporary coupled with our desire to further bridge urban rural connections, PUNCH Projects seeks to support the cultural vibrancy of rural art scenes by spurring creative awareness, cross-cultural engagement and economic vitality.

About the Juror

Ginger has spent the last decade as an arts advocate and organizer in Spokane. She is the Founder of Window Dressing, a program that fills vacant buildings with short term art installations and creative businesses, and Cofounder of Terrain, a non-profit organization focused on building community and economic opportunity for artists in the Inland Northwest.

Additionally, Ginger is an Ambassador for Artist Trust, a Spokane Arts Commissioner, a Washington State Arts Commissioner, member of a Joint Art Committee selecting artwork for a 63 million dollar park renovation in the heart of Spokane, and the former Curator for Cultural Literacy at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. She also loves dogs. Especially pugs.
www.spokanearts.org
www.terrainspokane.com
www.windowdressing.co