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INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ENTRY
for the MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2015
DEADLINE MIDNIGHT FEBRUARY 2
This show will be held in conjunction with the
MOP (Month of Photography Denver)
which was founded by Mark Sink in 2003 and launched in 2004.
MOP - Month of Photography Denver is a celebration of fine art photography through collaborative public events throughout Denver for the month of March and April 2015.
Surrealistic explorations deep into the terrain of the subconscious mind are the theme of this call.
Revelation of psychological forces hidden just beneath the surface of reality are wanted to be seen. Surrealism can mean a lot of different things for the individual photographer.
We encourage mixed media techniques and unusual printing substrates but they still have to be photography based.
Brief artist statement or description of concept is appreciated.
Each artist will have equal opportunity regardless of past exhibitions. We do not require a bio or resume.
Surrealistic photography or photography-based art work (2D)
All nationalities, 18 or older (professional, emerging and students) are accepted.
All works must be original and entrant must be the sole owner of the copyright of such.
Valerie Santerli is the Director and Curator of RULE Gallery and is Educational Chair on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver, CO. She was previously Associate Director of Working with Artists (a nonprofit photography school and gallery) before their merger with CPAC in 2011. A photographer in her own right, she has exhibited her work throughout Colorado - most recently during MOP 2014 at the Pattern Shop Studio and currently works on select freelance assignments including clients such as TEDX MileHigh.
Bobbi Walker founded Walker Fine Art in 1999, and opened the gallery space in June of 2002. She has been actively involved in the arts community in Denver for the last 11 years. In 2012 Bobbi was appointed to the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs and is currently serving her 3rd year as a commissioner.
She is a specialist in educational programming, consulting to collectors and career planning and national networking for artists. Bobbi Walker is a member of the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs Denver Art Dealers Association, Museum of Contemporary Art, DAM Contemporaries, DAM Asian Art Association and the Clyfford Still just to name a view.
artwork not bigger than: 1200 sq. inches (e.g., 30”x40”=1200sq. in, 20”x50”=1000sq. in.,
or 30”x35”=1050sq.in.). These dimensions do not include the frame.
Artwork submitted must be created within the last 2 years. Artwork to be considered and possibly accepted should and must be well constructed. The work must withstand the rigors of being handled and moved frequently. Fragile work will not be accepted. All framed pieces require plexi-glass. Work must be suitable for hanging.
Please submit images (72dpi) approx. 1920 pixel x 1920 pixel (variable - depending on the proportions).
This size allows all important detail to be seen.
THE SHOW, PUBLICATION
Artwork accepted into the show will be exhibited in a group show at Hinterland
from March 5-April 3, 2015. Opening Reception will be on March 25, 2011 from 6-11pm.
Artists accepted will also be featured on our website.
A catalogue will be published and available at Blurb.
A Juror's Choice Award and a People's Choice Award will be given
Entry Fee: $35.- (including 3 images), each further image $10.-
max 5 additional images
Payments accepted through Paypal. If you don't have a Paypal Account, Paypal also gives you the option to pay with your credit card.
Choose the amount of images submitted below and press the add to cart button.
Download entry form here.
Please send completely filled out entry form with your image file per email or mail to:
Email entries to:
Subject: Juried Competition
Mail entries to:
Hinterland, 3254 Walnut St. Denver 80205, CO
Midnight February 2.
The Jury will sit together February 5.
Those accepted into the show will be notified by February 6 and will be posted on our website.
Drop off art work: February 10-21 from Tuesday - Saturday 11-6pm
Pick up art work from Gallery after show April 4-5, 11-6pm
Artist also agrees to be responsible for the cost associated with shipping to the gallery and returning their submission.
Please add cheque with right amount for return shipping. Artist is also welcome to donate piece to the gallery.
Payment for artwork sold will be collected by Hinterland.
Hinterland will receive 35% commission. Your payment less the 25% commission will be
rebated to your address within 45 days of
the close of the show. Art need not be for sale.
Upon entering work into this exhibition, the artist agrees to these terms of sale and entry form.
Hinterland will deliver artwork if sold for residents in Denver.
Shipping costs for sales to buyers outside of Denver will be on the side of the artist.
Although the utmost care will be taken in handling all works of art,
accepted artists agree to release Hinterland from all liability with respect to loss or damages or theft,
vandalism or accident to the artists’
CDs and/or works of art. Insurance is the Artists’ responsibility.
REPRODUCTION OF ART
Accepted art may be photographed for publicity.
By signing the entry form the artist agrees to all the above stated conditions.
If you have any questions please write an email to:
SHOW JANUARY 2015
Colorado- Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and Artists’ Collaborative
Opening Night Friday January 2, from 6-10pm
Show will run from January 2 - January 30
Denver, Colorado- Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and Artists’ Collaborative, a student club, are delighted to present Off Campus, a curated exhibition. Produced by RMCAD club president Dayana Ruiz and club faculty sponsor John McEnroe. The exhibition will be proudly hosted by Hinterland.
"This is a chance for students to feel what it is like to be practicing artist and to have critique from people outside the academic sphere" –Mitchell Campbell, RMCAD student, Fine Arts
“I want to be a part of this show, it’s what we do as artists” –Landon Brightwell, RMCAD student, Fine Arts
"Artists' Collaborative is a strong group of young art students from RMCAD that are reaching out. As a collaborative they seek community input, which is why having an exhibition outside the confines of campus is so important. Off Campus will not be preaching to the art school choir, but part of a larger conversation. I congratulate Artists' Collaborative for making a statement of freedom. It is exciting to watch! This will be their first tangible moment of who they will become as artists." -John McEnroe, Artist and Faculty Member
Off Campus will run from January 2 – Friday January 30. Hinterland Art Space is open Tuesday - Saturday 12-6pm, or by appointment.
Special thank you to Student Life, Hinterland Art Space and RMCAD, for supporting Artist’s Collaborative and the exhibition Off Campus .
For more information about Off Campus contact club president, Dayana Ruiz, or Student Life, or club faculty sponsor John McEnroe