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Green Verde Vert

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Images - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3
Total Media - Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Entry Fee (Entry Fee for up to 3 works): $35.00

Green•Verde•Vert

Call Type: Exhibitions
Eligibility: National
City: Denver
State: Colorado
Fee: $35.00 for up to 3 entries
Event Dates: October 25 -November 11, 2018

Deadline: September 21, 2018, accepted/rejected will be notified week of September 24. Accepted artists will be required to send a high rez photo of accepted works for the show catelog. Your artist statement on the work submitted will also be published in the catelog and used as part of the jurying process. Shipping requirements will be sent to the accepted artists.

National Juried Competition Sponsored by the Woman’s Caucus for Art, Colorado

Show to be held in the [email protected] Gallery, Denver, Colorado 80204

The theme of Green•Verde•Vert can be interrupted in many ways…the verdant green of nature, or the abstract beauty of rich green hues, the lush green of a still life, the new green of spring and youth, the spiritual green associated with resurrection and regeneration, the ecological green of climate change, the political green of a “green card” or the concepts of green embodied in greed, money and envy.

Artists are encouraged to express their own personal concept of “green” in their chosen media. All mediums are welcome except video and performance. 2D-Framed size limit of 24” wide x 45” tall, sculpture limit to 24” x 45” 24” (deep). Open to all USA artists over 18.

Molly Casey, juror

A Colorado native, Molly Casey co-founded NINE dot ARTS and works as Studio Chief, overseeing the creative side of the business. She studied sculpture at the University of Colorado Denver, where she earned a BA and graduated Magna Cum Laude, in addition to completing an independent art history study in Paris, France. Prior to NINE dot ARTS, Molly worked as an art consultant for the 25-year old firm McGrath & Braun and served as a gallery assistant at Plus Gallery before that. Molly has led the curatorial vision for many of NINE dot ARTS’ key projects including The Colorado Convention Center, Saint Joseph Hospital, Jackson National Life Insurance and The Crawford Hotel at Denver Union Station to name a few. She regularly provides pro bono artist portfolio tutorials in addition to serving as a guest juror for the University of Colorado at Denver, Boulder Open Studios and The Fence. She also serves on the board at Think 360 Arts for Learning.

Catalogs available for purchase and presented to award winners. Cash awards for Best of Show and three Juror’s Choice Awards.

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