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July 10, 2014

Arts Illiana seeking entries July 17-19 for Wildlife & Wilderness Wonders of the World

Arts Illiana invites area artists to enter artwork in its Wildlife & Wilderness Wonders of the World exhibition. An opening reception is planned from 7 to 9 p.m. Aug. 1.

In its call for entry, Arts Illiana requests old entries be picked up and new entries delivered from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 17 and 18, and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 19.

The upcoming exhibition is open to any artist age 18 or older, currently a resident of the Wabash Valley and a member of Arts Illiana. Students from all local universities and community colleges also are welcome to participate.

All artwork must have been completed within the last three years and executed without an instructor’s supervision. All 2D and 3D work must be presented well and ready to hang or install. Artists should examine entries for damage or scratches prior to submission. The maximum size must not exceed five feet in width, and weight must be less than 100 pounds.

All artwork must be clearly labeled. For each piece submitted photo copy, cut out and complete a label from a brochure available in the Arts Illiana office at 23 N. Sixth St. For merchandise type items, smaller tags that include name, medium and retail price may be used. Arts Illiana will prepare title cards for the exhibition.

An annual $30 membership to Arts Illiana ($15 for students) is required for all artists submitting entries. Artists may submit up to four entries per show at no additional charge beyond the standard membership. However, due to space limitations, there is a $5 handling fee for each entry over four. (See exceptions for merchandise items.)

Merchandise type items include multiples of shrinkwrapped art, cards, jewelry or smaller 3D work. These items are not subject to the handling fee as long as each is clearly labeled and meets other specifications.

The juror will review each piece based on the following criteria: professionalism, presentation, pricing, display space available and public interest in the type of work. Some artwork may be selected on a “reserve” basis. As artwork sells and space becomes available, reserve pieces will be displayed. The number of artists represented in the exhibit will be determined by the amount of space available.

The original artwork must be brought to the Arts Illiana Sales Gallery at 23 N. 6th St. in Terre Haute.

At the time artwork is delivered for entry, the artist will receive a consignment contract that outlines detailed terms of agreement. The gallery will retain 30 percent commission for each sale; the artist will receive 70 percent.

All entries must be for sale. The price of the artwork must be appropriate for the local market’s interest, the type of work and the experience of the artist.

Artists are encouraged to provide a brief biography or statement about themselves along with business cards and a photo. For more information call 812-235-5007 or visit www.artsilliana.org.Arts Illiana seeking entries for Wildlife & Wilderness Wonders of the World

Arts Illiana invites area artists to enter artwork in its Wildlife & Wilderness Wonders of the World exhibition. An opening reception is planned from 7 to 9 p.m. Aug. 1.

In its call for entry, Arts Illiana requests old entries be picked up and new entries delivered from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 17 and 18, and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 19.

The upcoming exhibition is open to any artist age 18 or older, currently a resident of the Wabash Valley and a member of Arts Illiana. Students from all local universities and community colleges also are welcome to participate.

All artwork must have been completed within the last three years and executed without an instructor’s supervision. All 2D and 3D work must be presented well and ready to hang or install. Artists should examine entries for damage or scratches prior to submission. The maximum size must not exceed five feet in width, and weight must be less than 100 pounds.

All artwork must be clearly labeled. For each piece submitted photo copy, cut out and complete a label from a brochure available in the Arts Illiana office at 23 N. Sixth St. For merchandise type items, smaller tags that include name, medium and retail price may be used. Arts Illiana will prepare title cards for the exhibition.

An annual $30 membership to Arts Illiana ($15 for students) is required for all artists submitting entries. Artists may submit up to four entries per show at no additional charge beyond the standard membership. However, due to space limitations, there is a $5 handling fee for each entry over four. (See exceptions for merchandise items.)

Merchandise type items include multiples of shrinkwrapped art, cards, jewelry or smaller 3D work. These items are not subject to the handling fee as long as each is clearly labeled and meets other specifications.

The juror will review each piece based on the following criteria: professionalism, presentation, pricing, display space available and public interest in the type of work. Some artwork may be selected on a “reserve” basis. As artwork sells and space becomes available, reserve pieces will be displayed. The number of artists represented in the exhibit will be determined by the amount of space available.

The original artwork must be brought to the Arts Illiana Sales Gallery at 23 N. 6th St. in Terre Haute.

At the time artwork is delivered for entry, the artist will receive a consignment contract that outlines detailed terms of agreement. The gallery will retain 30 percent commission for each sale; the artist will receive 70 percent.

All entries must be for sale. The price of the artwork must be appropriate for the local market’s interest, the type of work and the experience of the artist.

Artists are encouraged to provide a brief biography or statement about themselves along with business cards and a photo. For more information call 812-235-5007 or visit www.artsilliana.org.

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