This is an Open Call to Artists who are interested in winning a SOLO EXHIBITION at Gallery 66 NY, an award winning gallery in the Hudson Valley, NY. We are looking to award a solo exhibition to a talented and deserving artist with a fully developed body of work. There is no limit to materials, styles or genre.
Gallery 66 NY has been featured in The New York Times Metropolitan section, The Journal News, Hudson Valley Magazine, WAG Magazine, Chronogram Magazine, HV Biz Journal, The Poughkeepsie Journal, The Times Herald Record, Examiner News, and Philipstown.Info “The Paper”.
The exhibition will take place July 2016 at Gallery 66 NY. Juror for the open call is Vida Sabbaghi, guest curator at the Queens Museum of Art.
Submission deadline: May 27, 2016
Accepted only notices sent out- June 5, 2016
Delivery of work: June 26 & 27th, 2016 for hand delivery.
Delivery by mail: Shipping to and from the venue is the responsibility of the artist. Works must be shipped in reusable containers and include return shipping unless the artist has their own Fed Ex, UPS or DHL shipping account.
Artists are responsible for including return shipping for unsold artworks that will not be picked up by hand.
Exhibition dates: July 1 – July 31
Opening Reception of Exhibit: Friday, July 1, 6-9 pm
Pick up of work: No earlier than July 31 at 6 pm or Aug. 1st 10-2
We do not have storage so please make sure you are available to pick up your work on the specified dates before you apply.
Gallery 66 NY
66 Main St.
Cold Spring, NY 10516
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all Artists, all mediums
DIMENSION OF WORK: *Any Freestanding pieces should be no bigger than 4 ft on either side of base. Height should be no higher than 8 ft.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS & ENTRY FEES:
*Please enter 5-15 images that represent your proposed solo for a total of $30.00 submission fee.
*Each artwork may be supported with 2 alternate side photos if your work is 3-dimenional only.
*Please send jpegs a minimum of 500 KB and a maximum of 3 mb per photo.
*Label each jpeg with artists name, title, media, dimensions.
HOW TO ENTER
Follow the instructions to enter your submission and upload your images to: http://www.entrythingy.com/www.gallery66ny.com
Questions about the exhibition? Email Barbara – email@example.com
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: May 27, 2016
ABOUT THE JUROR- Vida Sabbaghi
Vida Sabbaghi attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn NY where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, Theory, Criticism, History of Art, Design and Architecture with an additional two years in Industrial Design, and her Master of Science, Art and Design Education.
Vida is a designer, an art historian, a curator, an educator, and an arts curriculum planner with fifteen years of experience in the arts. She is the Founder and Director of COPE NYC, an organization that uses art and design to promote social relations and to bridge communities through an academic, experiential, and communitarian approach. COPE NYC develops exhibitions, community art projects, conferences, and solutions for senior centers, museums, libraries, rehabilitative centers, K to 12 schools, and post-secondary schools.
Vida’s ongoing traveling exhibition, “An Inclusive World,” brings together self-taught and formally trained artists who share their artistic talents and inform the public about the social issues of diversity and inclusivity. This exhibition provides an opportunity to reinvent practice and theory in art in education and art in society. Vida has curated this exhibit at the Queens Museum, Columbia University, Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, and the Skylight Gallery in NYC. Her most recent installation, “An Inclusive World Project,” at Times Square Port Authority was featured on Good Day New York.
With COPE NYC, Vida has created several partnerships including Queens Public libraries, museums, schools, collegiate institutions, and senior centers where her teaching artists facilitate art and design programming. She works with her teaching artists to develop and lead workshops at cultural institutions and libraries.
In summer of 2016 Vida will curate a group exhibition at Governors Island.