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Deadline: Feb 6, 2015
Juror: Dina Deitsch is Curator of Contemporary Art at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA.
Concept: Water is the medium of life. We are born from water and remain mostly water until we return to dust. Water in dynamic cyclic flow forms 70% of the earth’s surface creating interconnected patterns of life in scaled interrelationships. Civilizations have flourished and evolved by harnessing the flow of water. Water has been essential for economic growth and has become a playground for fun and adventure. We are inspired by the beauty and sublime nature of water. These days, contemporary water issues are also creating debates over conflicting interests at local and global levels. Concerns over enough clean drinking water, rising sea levels, powerful storms or droughts spurred by what most believe are climate change forces, fracking and energy needs, and transnational controls of water rights are just some of our worries. This national juried exhibition at Hera Gallery seeks a varied perspective on contemporary views of water as an essential element. Political, social, environmental and aesthetic themes related to water in all media will be considered.
Eligibility: Open to works of any medium depicting water as the main subject. 3D limited to 100 lbs and must fit through a 5’10” x 6’8” door. 2D must fit through said door.
Entry Fee: Each artist may submit 3 entries for $30. Judging will be done from digital files. Fees are Non-refundable.
Exhibition Dates: Saturday, April 11th- Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 11th 2015, 6:00 – 8:00 pm. For more information follow the prospectus link.
Contact Name: Abigale McGuire
Contact Email: info@heragallery.org
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