State Employees Art Show Criteria
STATE EMPLOYEES AND RETIRED STATE EMPLOYEES ART EXHIBIT AT THE ATRIUM GALLERY
DROP OFF DATE: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2007 FROM 7:30am to 10:00am
PICK-UP DATE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2007 FROM 7:30am to 10:00am
Off Work in the Atrium Gallery at One Capitol Hill
February of each year
The exhibit will be in the Atrium Art
Gallery, located on the first floor of the William Powers Building (occupied
by the RI Department of Administration). The building is at One Capitol Hill,
Providence (set back along Smith Street, diagonally across from the State
House, beside the old DOT Registry of Motor Vehicles Building).
Open to all present or retired state employees.
may submit a maximum of two entries. Work must be original, properly framed
(not just matted), and wired for hanging on a flat walled surface.
Fine Art entries will
be limited to two dimensional works in oil, watercolor, acrylic, tempera,
gouache, pastel, any type of drawing medium, and mixed media. Photographic entries must be of an artistic nature.
Art work or photography
exceeding 5' in height or width (including frame size) may be refused at the discretion of the jurors
due to space limitations.
The Atrium Art Committee (AGAC) and the RI State Council on the Arts
(RISCA) jointly retain the prerogative of not accepting a particular work
if it fails to meet eligibility criteria.
awards of excellence will be made at the discretion of the Atrium Art Committee.
fine art and photography entries must be delivered on the first business day
in February between 7:30 am and 1:00pm.
- REMOVAL DATES:
- Work not accepted
Notification will be made promptly.
It will be the artist's or photographer's responsibility to make
arrangements to pick up their work ASAP.
- Work accepted
All work must remain for the duration of
the exhibit. It must be picked
up on the last business day of February between 7:30 am and 1:00pm. If unable
to pick up your work at that time please call 222-3880 to make special arrangements.
Artwork is covered only for
a limited amount under the standard policy, which covers the William Powers
Building. Upon submission of work for this show, all artists agree to waive
any rights to damages to their work, which are not covered by the state policy
No sales prices can
appear on art work submitted for the show or on listings of work provided
as handouts to the general public. However, handouts will provide the names
of the artists, titles of the artwork or photography and home phone numbers
of artists who might wish to have people contact them about their work.