March 25, 2024 – May 25, 2024
DEADLINE TO ENTER:
Sunday, March 3, 2024
11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST)
Department of Painting & Sculpture
Nancy Lim is associate curator of painting and sculpture at the San Francisco
Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include Creative Growth (2024), Chiura Obata (2023–24), Pacita Abad (2023–24), Anna Sew Hoy: New Work (2023), Joan Brown (2022–23), and Mythos, Psyche, Eros: Jess and California (2019). She also contributed to the retrospectives of Vija Celmins (2018–19) and Bruce Conner (2016–17).
This is an online-only exhibition.
It is open to all visual artists worldwide.
All two-dimensional and three-dimensional works are eligible.
ALL WORKS MUST BE FOR SALE AND SOLD UNFRAMED.
PRICES SHOULD INCLUDE SHIPPING COSTS WITHIN THE
CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES.
Submitted works must be original and not have been
previously exhibited in an Artists Guild exhibition.
NO REPRODUCTIONS, NO VIDEOS, and NO COPIES of
other artists’ works will be accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS!
1st Place: $1,000 • 2nd Place: $500 • 3rd Place: $300
Four Honorable Mentions of $50 each will also be awarded.
All award winners will receive a certificate and be featured on the Guild website.
ENTRY FEE (Nonrefundable):
Artists Guild members:
$25 for one artwork and $5 for each additional work, up to three images.
$35 for one artwork and $10 for each additional artwork, up to 3 images.
(Sculpture may have three views for each entry.)
Entry fees must be paid by the entry deadline. Submit artwork online. Image submitted must be a true representation of the original. Acceptance is not guaranteed.
Entry fee is not refundable.
DATES TO REMEMBER:
Sunday, March 3, 2024, 11:59 p.m. PST: Deadline for Entries
Monday, March 18: Acceptance/Non-Acceptance notifications sent by e-mail
Wednesday, March 25: Exhibition opens online
Monday, May 25: Exhibition closes
Entering Your Images:
• Enter your images online at Online Juried Shows: Click here
· List sizes up to the nearest inch. Do not include mats or frames. Crop photos to include only the artwork. Be sure your images are right-side up. Images should be at least 1920 pixels on the longest side at 72 dpi. Images are to be in JPEG format.
· Keep in mind that the quality of the photography of your artwork may affect whether or not it is selected. Ensure that your piece is well-lighted and that the image is in focus and distortion-free. Distracting backgrounds should be eliminated. In general, picture frames should be cropped out, unless they are integral to the art. Complete instructions for DIGITAL IMAGE SPECIFICATIONS are found on https://www.onlinejuriedshows.com/Help.aspx.
· When entering through Online Juried Shows for the first time, follow the instructions for opening an account and creating a password. Record your password for reuse in all future entries with onlinejuriedshows.com.
· For further instructions on how to enter through Online Juried Shows, please visit the guide on this link: http://onlinejuriedshows.com/HowtoEnter.aspx
· The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild is not responsible for any technical difficulties with artwork submission. All submission issues will be handled exclusively by Online Juried Shows (OJS). If you anticipate needing technical assistance with your submission, are experiencing difficulties, or have questions about your entries, please contact the Online Juried Shows team at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone OJS at 888-666-1351.
· All artists will receive acceptance/non-acceptance notification by email after jury process is complete.
· Guild members: Please choose the member pricing listed.
· The entry form must be completely filled out.
· All works will be listed at the price set by the artist on entry. To reiterate, works should be sold unframed and prices should include shipping costs within the continental United States.
· The information recorded on this entry form is considered final and may not be changed.
· OJS/OGS will send accepted artists a contract to sign and return.
CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE & AGREEMENTS
The following statements constitute an agreement between the artist and The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild. Any requirements (listed above) of the exhibit not fulfilled will result in disqualification. No exceptions will be made to these rules.
SALES: All artworks must be for sale through the close of the exhibition. All sales will go through Online Gallery Shows or by calling 800-506-7624. Artists must ship a work within seven business days of it being sold. Artists will be required to provide the buyer and email@example.com with the tracking number.
Works will be listed at the prices set by the artist on entry. They are to be sold unframed. Prices should include shipping costs within the continental United States. Once a work is submitted, there will be no change in title, medium, price, or artist’s name. Check your entry carefully before submitting. The Guild will take a 25% commission on all sales. This includes the commission paid to Online Juried Shows/Online Gallery Shows for handling sales.
Participating artists’ help in publicizing this exhibition is crucial. Artists will sell their works by reaching out to collectors, family, and friends via email, Facebook, Instagram, etc. OJS/OGS will email you marketing tips and recommendations. The success of this exhibition will depend upon the extra effort made by artists to attract buyers to the OnlineGalleryShows.com website to see your work.
Neither The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild, The San Diego Museum of Art, nor any of their employees or volunteers will be liable for loss or damage to any artwork incurred during shipping. Insurance, if desired, is the responsibility of the artist and the purchaser of the artwork.
The Artists Guild reserves the right to reproduce accepted artworks for the purpose of promoting the exhibition. This may include, but is not limited to, media, media outlets, posters, mailings, social media, and the Guild website.
This exhibition continues the Guild’s 109-year exhibition tradition. The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild is a nonprofit organization. Any money received from this exhibition is used to offset operating costs, including those incurred for running the exhibition. The remaining money is donated to the San Diego Museum of Art, under whose auspices the Guild operates, to assist with funding museum programs.