Enter Before September 17th
Juried Art Exhibition in Providence, RI, beginning in October.
Entries in 3 categories: 1) film, music, photos & video, 2 ) mixed media & painting, 3) objects d’art & sculptures.
All entries must be directly related to and positively represent contemporary BICYCLING CULTURE.
Entrants must be legally adult (18+) amateur, professional or student artists from the tri-state area of CT, MA and RI.
Before September 17th, entrants should email contact information, name, resume in brief, and a suitable image of an available piece that fits criteria above. A link to a url that features own music, photo or video can be included, if applicable.
Those selected to show will be responsible for their own insurance, shipping, timely removal and transportation. They should affix a wholesale price for each item shipped, if they agree to put up for sale during show, to be delivered upon conclusion. Gallery’s percentage of sale is being negotiated.
A $25 entry fee per piece chosen covers expense of collecting/reviewing materials, pooling prize money, and selecting fifty semifinalists from all categories. Intent is to include as many artists and great pieces as possible; a particular artist may be selected to show more than one piece. Check must arrive with waiver before piece will be juried. Mailing address will be sent if you are selected.
One monetary prize TBA will be awarded in each of 3 categories for best of show.
Exhibition will be documented in photos and/or video to promote artists selected. Artists selected will be asked to sign a waiver to allow positive depiction of their pieces for promotional purposes.
Organizers and sponsors include Barta Consulting, Providence Bicycle, and RISD professor Al Chin, who will impanel and lead a credentialed jury. Nationally renowned steel kinetic sculptor Don Gerola will show (non competitively) a piece designed specifically for the event.
The Rhode Island State Council for the Arts has agreed to feature Procycle 2009 on its website, along with other organizations and individuals.
The show sponsors cannot be held responsible for misdirected email, miscommunication, damaged or lost shipments, failure to sell, insurance premiums, or entries not removed in a timely fashion following event conclusion. Entrants assume all responsibilities.