DEADLINE TO ENTER:
Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
(Entries will open January 8)
ABOUT THE SHOW
This exhibition will be displayed in the lobby of the Lyceum Theatre during the performance by the San Diego Repertory Theatre’s presentation of A Paris Love Story, written and performed by piano virtuoso, actor, composer Hershey Felder.
Hershey Felder will take audiences on a personal journey as he explores the life and music of Impressionist composer Claude Debussy.who proclaimed nature his religion and created music of ravishing beauty and compassion, including
La Mer, Prélude à l’apres-midi d’un faune, Clair de lune, Nocturnes, Rêverie.
Open to all current members of The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild. Only 2D wall hung work can be accepted: Painting, Photography, Fiber art, Bas Relief, Prints, Original Digital Art, etc. (No Sculpture, sorry). Submitted work must be original and must not have been exhibited in an Artists Guild exhibition in the past. NO REPRODUCTIONS or GICLEES. No copies of other artists’ works will be accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS.
G. Pasha Turley
About Pasha: G. Pasha Turley earned her BA from the UC Santa Barbara and her MA from San Diego State University. She served as a full time art and photography professor at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, CA. until she retired. Her award winning artwork has been exhibited in over 150 exhibitions and appears in textbook, magazines, and journals. Pasha is the recipient of numerous grants including a California Art Council Grant, Fulbright-Hays Grant, and a San Diego Foundation Grant. She often serves as a juror for exhibitions and has acted as an art consultant.
Award winners will be featured on the Artists Guild website.
1st Place - $300 ~ 2nd Place -$200 ~ 3rd Place - $100 ~ 3-Honorable Mentions
Non Refundable Fee: $35 application fee to submit one image. Each additional submission is a $5 fee up to 5 total images. Entry fees must be paid by the entry deadline. Acceptance is not guaranteed. Up to a maximum of three pieces per artist may be accepted into the show.
DATES TO REMEMBER
March 12 - Thursday – 11:59 p.m. PST - Deadline for Entries
March 27 - Friday - Acceptance/Non- Acceptance notification sent by email.
April 17 - Friday - Hand delivery of accepted artwork 9:00 am – 10:30 a.m.
Deliver to Lyceum Theatre. 79 Horton Plaza, San Diego, CA 92101
To be announced - Opening reception for artists and the public
June 8 - Monday - END OF SHOW Artists are to pick-up unsold artwork
9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Lyceum Theatre. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Entering Your Images:
SIZE LIMITATIONS: Two-dimensional art shall not exceed 52 inches in width (including the frame) and 76 inches in height (including the frame). Gallery-wrapped artwork will be accepted if edges are painted. Wall hung pieces may not exceed 30 pounds.
CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE & AGREEMENTS: The following statements constitute an agreement between the artist and The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild. Any requirements of the exhibit not fulfilled will result in disqualification. No exceptions will be made to these rules.
SALES: Artwork must be offered for sale. The Artists Guild will retain a 35% commission on all artwork sold at this event. All sales are required go through the San Diego Repertory Theatre– no private sales are permitted.
The Entry Form must be filled out completely. The information recorded on this Entry Form is considered final and may not be changed. Prices may not be changed after submission. Work that does not match the image submitted, or which is unprofessionally presented, will not be installed.
Two-dimensional art must be appropriately framed, wired and ready to hang. Acetate coverings, brackets, quick-frames, or any type of device leaving exposed glass or Plexiglas will not be accepted. The Artists Guild will exclude any entry that presents unusual installation problems, or is improperly framed.
The Artists Guild reserves the right to use reproductions of accepted artwork for the purpose of promotion of the exhibit which may include media outlets, poster, mailings, social media, Guild website and the Lyceum Theatre website.
R E L E A S E O F L I A B I L I T Y
By submitting the Entry Form, the artist acknowledges that all reasonable care will be taken to safeguard the artwork and the premises and said person accepts that The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild and its associates, directors, officers and volunteers will not be responsible for any damage, injury, liability, loss or theft should any occur. Insurance for artworks entered in this show is each individual artist’s responsibility.