All Latina artists are invited to submit artwork for our
annual Sulo Mujeres exhibition titled, "Corazonada: Quinceaoera/Fifteen
Womenís Work." The exhibit debuts Valentine's Day, Friday February 14,
The exhibit commemorates and honors the Latina women artists in our
community. The exhibition is open to the theme of the heart and the
women see the world. The theme "Corazonada" represents a feeling of
intuition, presentiment, and foreboding. "Corazonada" explores the
which this intuition contributes to an added perception and
situations both political and personal. The theme was! chosen to fit
times we now live in, and to consider the lives of women in the world
the presences of war. The exhibition is open to all media. The media can be
installations, altars, sculpture, paintings, photography, mix media and
Artwork for the gallery must be ready to hang, and
must be dry. All work must be able to fit through a standard size door
(approx. 80 x 36 inches) and weight no more than 65 pounds. All
installation and assembly work must be done in your studio and brought
the gallery ready to assemble. Works not in compliance will be
Jury: The entries will be juried by a selection committee. MCCLA
reserves the right to accept/reject artwork submitted for
Notification of acceptance will be made by phone on January 18, 2003.
Entries: All entries are to be submitted by slide or actual artworks
Send slides of artworks (no more than 6) with artistís statement,
list of slides submitted. If you are proposing an installation, send
sketches of your ideas, plans, and slides of previous installation
Format: Slides submitted must be in 2x2 plastic mounts and labeled.
Front: Name and title of artwork. Bottom Front: Size and Medium. One
slide for each 2D work, two slides for each 3D work.
Returns: Slides sent without a self-addressed stamped envelope (with
return postage) will not be returned. Slides of accepted work will be
till the end of the exhibit.
Mail slides, entry forms, artists statement, resume and SASE
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Liability: MCCLA has art insurance while the work is in the MCCLA
during the exhibition period. MCCLA does not provide shipping for
this is the responsibility of the artist.
Sales: Sales breakdown is as follows: the artist receives 70% and MCCLA
of sale. Work sold must be exhibited until the end of the exhibit.
Late Charges: A fee of $10.00 per day will be applied for any works
beyond the pickup dates. MCCLA does not provide storage for and does
guarantee artwork after the completion of the exhibit. Please make
that you sign out when you pick up your artwork.
Sulo Mujeres 2003 Exhibit Calendar:
January 10, 2003 Entry Deadline
All slides, artwork, resume and a! rtists statement must be received by
on January 10.
No late entries will be accepted.
January 18, 2003 Notification of Acceptance
February 14, 2003 Exhibit Opens to Public/Artists Reception
March 21, 2003 Exhibit Closes to Public at 5:00PM
March 24-26, 2003 Pick up Artworks (10-5 PM)
Artwork must be picked up and signed out by 5:00PM on March 26th or
charges will be applied.
For more information contact: Patricia Rodriguez,
Gallery Coordinator (415) 643-2775