Ann Arbor Art Center (MI), National Call for Artists: REMIX

Ann Arbor Art Center (MI), National Call for Artists: REMIX

Deadline: May 9th, 2017

The Ann Arbor Art Center (Ann Arbor, MI) is seeking artists working in any media for a summer exhibition REMIX, juried by Andrew Rosinski.

Juror: Andrew Rosinski is an artist, filmmaker, & independent curator. In 2009, he founded Dinca​​, a contemporary ​art blog surveying the most noteworthy & innovative artworks that exist in physical, digital, & time-based spaces.

All artwork mediums are welcome, including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture & objects, text, new media, and moving image, as well as new and traditional modes of artmaking combined in unexpected ways.

Artwork may be an abstraction of recognizable imagery; satirical, ironic or social commentary on its subject; influenced by the internet age, and the network in which it exists; or may employ visual rhetoric of advertising, corporate branding and commercial software tools.

Eligibility: This call for entry is open to any artist who is 18 years or older.

Media: Works must be original within the previous two years. Works submitted must not have been previously shown in any competition at the Ann Arbor Art Center.

Awards:
Best of Show: $500
2nd Place: $200
3rd Place: $100

Link via CaFE for more information and entry: https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4374

Website link: http://www.annarborartcenter.org/exhibitions/call-for-entries/

About: For 107 years, the Ann Arbor Art Center has been sparking creativity in people of all ages and artistic abilities. Our mission: “to be a contemporary forum for the visual arts through education, exploration, collaboration and exhibition, and to engage minds, expand perspectives and inspire growth in students of all ages, teachers, artists and the community.” They are located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

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