Call for Entry: Final Draft | St. Louis Public Radio
  • MARCH 10 - MAY 4
  • Foundry Art Centre, St. Charles
  • March 10, 2020 to
    May 4, 2020
  • Category: Art & Museum Exhibits

Event Details

  • March 10, 2020 to
    May 4, 2020
  • 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
  • $35
  • $24 for FAC Members
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Event Description

Final Draft Banner by Madeline Cameron

Final Draft June 26, 2020 - August 7, 2020 Deadline to enter: May 4th, 2020 The Call for Entry: The Foundry Art Centre is seeking submissions for “Final Draft”, an exhibition showcasing design and illustration in fine art. Design and illustration affects and constructs our daily lives; from websites and social media, to billboards and greeting cards, to the way we navigate our surroundings. Visuals created with purpose and intentional design. While they can be utilized differently, illustration and design have long gone hand in hand. For this exhibition we invite all designers and illustrators to display their work in a Fine Art setting. All media is considered for submission. Awards: Best in Show awarded a “Going Solo” Exhibition - worth $500 Two Juror’s Choice Awards - $150 cash prize each Eligibility: Open to all artists, 18 years and older, world-wide, both amateur and professional. This includes alternative and traditional artwork. Questions about eligibility can be sent to exhibitions@foundryartcentre.org Entry Fee: Artists may submit up to 3 works for a non-refundable processing fee of $35. FAC members fee for up to three works is $24. To Learn More Information:http://www.foundryartcentre.org/final-draft To Directly Submit To This Call: https://foundryartcentre.formstack.com/forms/ Entry Specifications: A maximum of 3 entries per artists may be submitted for consideration; all media in 2D & 3D forms will be considered. 2D work must be suitably framed with all hardware necessary attached to hang gallery ready. Larger pieces must be able to enter the gallery through an 84” x 71” doorway. Once installed, work may not exceed 11 feet in height. Any artist with installation or digital works must speak with the Exhibitions Manager to coordinate presentation. Artists may submit entries through the Foundry Art Centre website using the online form, or if there are complications, the artist can email exhibitions@foundryartcentre.org. For emailed entries, include required entry information with each image sent, mirroring the entry form online. Limit to 2 jpegs per artwork: one full view (required), and an optional second alternative or detail view. This email submission still requires the $24 membership submission fee, or the non-member $35 submission fee. Submissions that do not comply with these rules will not be presented to the juror. See Exhibitions FAQ on www.foundryartcentre.org/frequently-asked-questions for details. Juror: David Potthast is an artist, designer, and educator; he observes & documents such things. He is a sculptor studied in design & computer science. He received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MA and MFA from Fontbonne University. He has shown locally the past few years, but has works in private collections both nationally and internationally. His approach to art and design is aligned with the tenets of the Bauhaus. Mainly that work can be both intellectually controlled and emotionally expressive. His works turn the digital languages and logic in visual pattern, often reacting to materials, but always steeped in concept. Whether entertaining chaos theory, game theory, time, or even ideas from his own or other’s fictional worlds, he seeks to find meaning in the existence and persistence of objects and experiences. His works even go so far as to inhabit far ancient worlds, yet appear as functional or ritualistic devices. He creates his own fictional companies as identity studies, too; going so far as to build and publish websites for them. He often works under the name dpstudiolab as an expression of his work being a bit of art and a bit of experiment. This includes documenting his works in ways that align with experimental research and study. His works don’t just explore digital existence, but also reaction to materials such as steel, concrete, plaster, glass, found objects. The boundary between the virtual and the actu

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