Gearbox Gallery (CA), Call for Northern California Artists: Walking the Line

GearboxGearbox Gallery (CA), Call for Northern California Artists: Walking the Line

Deadline: June 25th, 2018, 10:00pm, PST

From their call: To walk-the-line is to maintain an intermediate position between contrasting choices or to mark a boundary by walking along it. References to the line include: above the line, down the line, the end of the line, in line with, line of flight, line of thought, opening line, and of course, drawing the line. A line is a dash, rule, bar, score; underline, underscore, stroke, slash; technical stria, striation.

Eligibility: Open to artists over the age of 18 and living or working in Northern California. Please note, artwork must be hand delivered to GearBox Gallery in Oakland, CA if accepted for exhibition.

Juror: Artist Drew Bennett

Juror’s Award: The opportunity to be featured as a guest artist in a future GearBox Gallery exhibit.
GearBox Gallery Award: An opportunity to exhibit in the Inner Room at GearBox Gallery.

Accepted Entries: Entries must be of work original to the submitting artist. Entries may be of any media and created between 2014 and 2018. There are no size limitations for entries however works must be able to be delivered through a standard size doorway. All entries must include title, medium, year and specific dimensions. You may submit a statement about the work as it relates to the exhibit theme. Work differing substantially from the submitted image(s) may be rejected for exhibition. The juror will make the final determination if accepted work will be included in the exhibition. GearBox Gallery, LLC reserves the right not to accept exceptionally large, heavy, unstable or cumbersome pieces. Work must be framed (when applicable) and ready to hang (wire, d-rings, or cleat). Artist must provide means of display for audio or video works.


Link to apply:

Gearbox Gallery, 770 West Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94612


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