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"Call for Artists"
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Andrews Gallery, The College of William & Mary
USA United States of America
The ANDREWS GALLERY is reviewing artists' slides for inclusion in the exhibition
schedule during the 2000-2001 academic year. Deadline for Submissions is March
1, 2000. The requested media are Painting, Drawing, Watercolor, Printmaking,
Sculpture and Ceramics.
Please share this opportunity with your colleagues, clients and recent
graduates. Anyone interested in being considered for an exhibition may send 8
properly labeled slides, a current resume and a list of the slides with titles,
size and media, by March 1, 2000. The Studio Art Faculty will review all
submissions. Notification of selection will occur in May, 2000.
For information and Assistance please contact:
Petie Bogen-Garrett, Art Exhibition Coordinator (757) 221-1452
For detailed instructions and entry form please visit our website:
The gallery sponsors five or six exhibitions annually, each lasting about four
weeks, during the months of September through March. All exhibits are open to
the public but are specifically intended to enhance the studio art curriculum of
the Dept. of Art and Art History. Previous exhibits have been arranged through
established galleries and with major contemporary artists throughout the United
The Andrews Gallery offers approximately 200 feet of wall area and 960 square
feet of floor space to accommodate both two and three-dimensional work.
Exhibitors' works will be fully insured while exhibited at the College of
William & Mary.
The Department of Art and Art History will design, print, and mail Gallery
announcements. Publicity for all works displayed will be provided through the
local media. No commission is taken on sales. No reimbursement expenses can be
provided exhibitors who live and work within a 200-mile radius of the College.
Beyond the 200-mile radius, the College will pay for return shipping (one-way)
costs up to $200 per exhibit. For group shows, this figure will be divided among
the artists outside the 200 mile radius.