ATB Fine Artists & Designers LLC (ATB) in partnership with Center for Creative Education (CCE) is hosting a Harlem Renaissance-style art exhibition displaying visual artists of African Diaspora. The African Diaspora concept is based on the historical background of the individual artists. The concept of art itself does not have to be in reflection of the diaspora. The Rickie Report shares this Call For Entries and the details.
- Venue: Center for Creative Education Gallery 425 24th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
- Curators: ATB Fine Artists & Designers LLC
- Host: Center for Creative Education
- Fee: No charge
- 25 Artists needed
- Commission: 60/40 Artist/CCE & ATB
- Date of event: September 3, -October 21, 2016
- Deadline for submission: July 15, 2016
- Reside or represented regionally in the State of Florida
- Must be a living artist
- Must be 18 years or older
- Open to visual artists of African Descent (historically).
- All artists must submit three images for review. (JPEG, TIFF, or PDF). Images cannot besmaller than 150dpi- 300dpi max. Must provide an artist CV. Send via www.dropbox.com to firstname.lastname@example.org ONLY. Any work not submitted in this format, will be disqualified.
- Painting, photography, drawing, mixed media, sculpture, (Jewelry artists are responsible for display for its protection. Facility does not have jewelry cases)
- Art work exhibited previously in one of the two Collaboration: African Diaspora Exhibitions
- Representation of a deceased artists or estates of a deceased artist.
collaboration :(n) the act of working jointly
Collaboration started as a showcase of artists, presented in homes, businesses and other alternative spaces allowing artwork to be viewed by clients in a realistic or unusual environment. It allows the artists to intermingle with buyers one on one and develop a personal relationship with the public at large.
ATB Fine Artists & Designers LLC (ATB) in partnership with Center for Creative Education (CCE) is hosting a Harlem Renaissance-style art exhibition displaying visual artists of African Diaspora. The African Diaspora concept is based on the historical background of the individual artists. The concept of art itself does not have to be in reflection of the diaspora.
If the artist’s work is accepted for the show, please note the following:
- The artist will be emailed a copy of the contract. It must be filled out and signed with the consignment information. The artist must have it the day of delivery of their art.
- If the submitted artwork becomes unavailable, the artist must contact the curators immediately. A replacement similar to the style can be viewed. The curators have the right to accept or reject the new work. Work cannot previously have been exhibited in a Collaboration: African Exhibition (2013 and 2015)
- The artist agrees to provide quality and tasteful work that best represents the format of the venue. Note: CCE provides a learning environment for ages 5-adult.
- All art must be ready to hang or install. The curators and coordinator can reject any work if not presentation ready. (Must be framed or have hanging devices, be gallery wrapped and edges treated and painted. No cracks, sloppy edges, or incomplete work will be accepted.) Weight maximum for hanging work cannot exceed 40lbs. Maximum dimension are 4’x4’. Artwork must be labeled on the back with Artist’s Name, Title of artwork, medium, dimensions and price.
- Work must be delivered either by the artist or a representative on the following dates:
August 24 or 25 between 10am-4pm. Hanging day is August 26. If you ship or carrier your work to the venue, it is the artist responsibility to package their art work properly and provide all the signed paperwork as well as shipping documents to have art work reshipped at the cost of the artist if the art does not sell. (Also, see #6 below for Unclaimed work.)
- Artist’s work will be contracted to stay at CCE until October 21, 2016 and cannot be removed prior to that date.
- Please read CCE’s liability and security information below.
1. CCE Liability and Security: CCE is not responsible for theft or damage. CCE will care for all artworks herein by all reasonable efforts. CCE is also not responsible for loss from forces of nature (ex., Hurricane, Flooding). Artist is responsible for his/her own property insurance.
2. Warranty. The Artist hereby warrants that he/she created and possesses unencumbered title to the Artworks, and that their descriptions are true and accurate.
3. Duration of Consignment. The Artist, Atb and CCE agree that the initial term of consignment for the Artworks is to be exhibition specific, and that the Artist will not request their return before the end of this term. Also, see #5 for removal specifics.
ATTENTION – IMPORTANT WEATHER DISASTER NOTIFICATION: In the event of an impending natural disaster such as named Tropical Storms and/or Hurricanes by which it has been advised evacuations have been determined each artist is responsible for collecting their own pieces and moving them to safe storage no less than two days prior to the oncoming storm/hurricane in order to allow CCE staff to take their own security measures to protect property and equipment held at the Gallery.
4. Fiduciary Responsibilities. Title to each of the Artworks remains with the Artist until the Artist has been paid the full amount owing him or her for the Artworks; title then passes directly to the purchaser. All proceeds from the sale of the Artworks shall be paid to the Artist at the end of the contract consignment. Commercial General Liability coverage. CCE carries Arch Insurance. This insurance (as with all similarly located galleries and insurance companies nationwide save those that insure established museum art pieces) does not apply to individual pieces of art at CCE. Artists who exhibit their pieces at CCE are responsible for insuring their work.
5. Removal from Gallery. CCE shall not lend out or remove artwork from the premises, without first obtaining written permission from the Artist. Artist may not remove work from the gallery during consignment dates without obtaining written permission from CCE.
6. Unclaimed artwork for a period of 1 year from the end of the artists closing contract date will become property of CCE.
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