deadline: February 5, 2017

Target Gallery invites national and international artists to submit work for Ephemera, an all-media exhibition that challenges the concept of timeless art by exploring ephemeral artwork. Ephemeral is defined as “fleeting, short-lived, momentary, or brief”. For this exhibition, the gallery will be accepting artwork created with ephemeral materials that purposefully decay over time or work that contemplates ephemera through themes of time, memory, and impermanence.

Pam Rogers is a painter/sculptor whose work explores the territory between the nature and the role of the artist as they engage with nature. She received her MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and her BA in Art History from Wellesley College. Her work has been exhibited nationally including recent solo shows include the Greater Reston Arts Center in Reston VA, and Hillyer Art Space in Washington DC, and upcoming solo show at the Arlington Arts Center in VA. Pam has worked on numerous curatorial projects and was selected to receive a fellowship with the DCAC Curator/Mentor Program, as well as Strathmore Mentor in the Fine AIRS program and is completing her six-year fellowship at the Arlington Arts Center. She has received fellowships at multiple artist residency programs including the Ucross Foundation, Hambidge, I-Park, Ragdale Art Center and Virginia Center for Creative Arts and Mass MoCA. Pam currently works as an independent illustrator on various projects for the Anthropology Department of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC.

Who Can Apply: Open to Everyone
Discipline: Visual Arts
For more information, please contact Leslie Mounaime at leslie.mounaime@alexandriava.gov or visit http://torpedofactory.org/opportunities/call-for-entries/


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