Pottery Northwest (WA), Call for Ceramic Artists: UnWedged

CircledBuilding-PNWside-300x108Pottery Northwest (WA), Call for Ceramic Artists: UnWedged

Deadline: July 6th, 2018, midnight PST

UnWedged is open to all artists living in the United States or Canada

From their call: UnWedged is Pottery Northwest’s annual national juried exhibition. Each year, the juror seeks out applicants working in clay, with either a connection to tradition or increasing innovation in the field.

Pottery Northwest hopes to produce an exhibition that reflects an excellent example of the state of contemporary ceramics. To this end, each year they select a juror with a proven career track record, who has exemplary taste, and whose work we admire. We are pleased to announce that Julia Galloway is the juror for 2018.

Awards:
$1,000 Juror’s Choice
$500 Director’s Choice
$100 Honorable Mention

You can submit up to 2 pieces. They must be primarily made of clay, but the use of other media is acceptable as long as ceramics is the principle vehicle of expression. All work must have been made within the last two years.

Images must be no larger than 2 megabytes. There is a non-refundable $35 fee for each entry.

Images must be named first initial, last name, artwork title (e.g. EFidlerArtworktitle). Images must be of the actual work.

Required information: size of piece (HxWxD), weight of piece, method/materials/techniques, date completed, and retail price.

Link for more information and to apply: http://potterynorthwest.org/portfolio-item/oct-2018-unwedged-2018/

About: Pottery Northwest is the Pacific Northwest’s premier ceramic facility. Founded in 1966 as a nonprofit arts organization, Pottery Northwest is a longtime and vibrant source of programming in the Seattle arts community. Artists from around the world come to Pottery Northwest in the spirit of artistic dialogue and as a formative step in their professional careers. World-class professional artist residencies, exhibitions featuring traditional and contemporary work, community classes and an engaging lecture series spanning many years are all features of this fixture at Seattle Center.

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