If you are an Alice in Wonderland fan and create book or print-based art, you’ll want to read this notice we just received. Note the deadline, and submit this month!
“CALL FOR BOOK AND PRINT ARTISTS
Alice in Wonderland
Minnesota Center for Book Arts (Minneapolis, MN)
Submission deadline: August 30, 2013
Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) seeks artworks for inclusion in a juried exhibition of book, paper and print works based on “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll. The exhibition will be presented in the Open Book Literary Commons gallery from October 18 through December 15, 2013.
There is no entry or participation fee. Selected artists will be responsible for all shipping costs.
– All submissions must be made by email to email@example.com.
– Include AIW in the subject line of your email.
– Artists are welcome to submit multiple works, but each work should be submitted in a separate email.
Attach the following to your email:
IMAGES: up to three images per work are allowed. JPG format, 72 dpi, max 900 x 900 pixels.
TEXT: A one-page Word or PDF document containing the following:
– Artist name
– Mailing address
– Email address
– Telephone number
– Title of work
– Year completed
– Author(s) (if applicable)
– Insurance value
– Retail price or NFS
– Any special installation instructions or other descriptive
Deadline: Entries must be received by August 30, 2013.
Selected artists will be notified by September 9.
Selected works must be delivered to MCBA by October 4, and will be returned by January 10, 2014.
Artists are responsible for all shipping costs.
Questions? Email Tracy Doreen Dietzel, MCBA Exhibitions Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about MCBA, visit mnbookarts.org.
Minnesota Center for Book Arts
at Open Book . 1011 Washington Ave S, First Floor . Minneapolis MN
55415 Phone 612.215.2520 . Fax 612.215.2545 . email@example.com
As the largest and most comprehensive center of its kind in the nation, Minnesota Center for Book Arts celebrates the book as a vibrant contemporary art form that takes many shapes. From the traditional crafts of papermaking, letterpress printing and bookbinding to non-traditional artmaking and self-publishing techniques, MCBA supports the limitless creative evolution of book arts. To learn more, visit our website at http://www.mnbookarts.org.”