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Gallery of Echoes: ColumbUS Public Art – Artist Call

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    Anne Evans
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    Gallery of Echoes: ColumbUS Public Art – Artist Call

    The Greater Columbus Arts Council (the “Arts Council”) and ShadoArt Productions (dba Shadowbox Live) are soliciting proposals (submissions) from interested and qualified visual artists in a variety of disciplines including but not limited to 2D, 3D, craft and photography to produce temporary pieces of indoor or outdoor public artwork to be used as inspiration for the next Gallery of Echoes: ColumbUS. A total of twenty (20) art pieces will be selected or commissioned.

    Additional information about the original Gallery of Echoes production can be found at: http://www.shadowboxlive.org/light/gallery-of-echoes

    Design: Artists will receive an honorarium of $500 per artwork/proposal selected.

    Eligibility: Submissions are open to artists, working in all media, who reside in Franklin County or are employed within the City of Columbus corporate limits. Artists submitting should be prepared to provide proof of Franklin County residency or Columbus employment upon request. Students are welcome to participate.

    Proposals will be selected based upon these considerations:
    Design – Artistic merit and the ability to inspire theatrical interpretation are key criteria.
    Safety – The design must not have sharp edges that could cause injury or harm when on display.

    Submission Deadline:
    June 26, 2015 5:00pmEST

    FULL CALL

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