History Through the Artist’s Eye
Stamford Art Association
Entry Deadline: Jun. 13
The Stamford Art Association (SAA) and The Stamford History Center (SHC) have partnered to create a special event looking at the broad perspective of how history is represented in the artist’s work, i.e., how an artist uses history -personal or communal – to inform their work. The in-person juried exhibit will be presented at the Stamford History Center, 1508 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT. This is a multimedia juried exhibit with cash prizes. SAA is asking artists to submit 1-5 pieces of artwork on the theme. Your work must not exceed 60×48 framed and must be wired for hanging.
Deadline for Entry. Sunday, June 13, 2021, by Midnight. Artists will be notified of acceptance by June 20, 2021 on the Stamford Art Association website www.stamfordartassociation.org under Opportunities, Call for Artists, Learn More.
Receiving. June 25-26, 2021, 9am-12pm at Stamford History Center, 1508 High Ridge Road, Stamford CT.
Pick-up. August 20-21, 2021, 9am-12pm at Stamford History Center, 1508 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT
We do not provide facilities for shipped work. ONLY HAND-DELIVERED WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED. Work must be wired and ready for hanging-no sawtooth hangers. The organizers may rescind the right of display for work that is misrepresented or unsuitably presented.
The juror is Dr. Thomas A. Zoubek, President and Executive Director of the Stamford History Center for the past 20 years. Dr. Zoubek has a Ph.D in Anthropology from Yale, and has curated numerous exhibits at the Stamford History Center.
An artist reception will be held TBD in July at the Stamford History Center.
Categories: Mixed Media, Photography, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking in all styles
Each artist submitting work to the exhibit should provide artwork that follows the theme of the exhibit. Work that is considered offensive to gender, race, religion will not be accepted. Each artist can submit up to 5 pieces.
Criteria: Artists should submit original work that has not been shown before at the SAA gallery or SAA sponsored exhibitions (except for the Faber Birren show.) Except for photographs, prints of any kind (lithographs, etchings, computer generated art etc.) should be signed and numbered as a limited edition. Giclees will not be accepted.