Call for Entries: Janet Turner National Print Competition

Prospectus can be found at:  http://www.theturner.org/exhibitions/print_competition.php

 

Janet Turner National Print Competition Exciting new works by national, independent printmakers— both established and emerging artists— will be on display at the 8th National Janet Turner Print Competition Exhibition, January 30–March 4, 2012, at both The Turner, Meriam Library, and the University Art Gallery, Taylor Hall. Some of the exhibited prints will be for sale.

Franklin Sirmans, Terri and Michael Smooke Department Head and Curator of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, will be the juror for the 9th Biennial Janet Turner National Print Competition. He has taught at Maryland Institute College of Art and Princeton University, and worked for Dia Center for the Arts and Flash Art magazine. Sirmans has written essays for the New York Times, Time Out New York, Essence, and Grand Street.

Eligible artists

Any ten-year postgraduate art major (BA, BFA, MA, MFA) is eligible to submit work created in the past two years.

Entry Fee

Enclose $25 per each entry submitted.

Entry Deadline

Entries must be postmarked by September 23, 2011 and include the entry fee. No late or incomplete entries will be accepted.

Entry Format

Submit entries on CD or thumb drive. Each device must be clearly externally and internally marked with name, title, year, and technique for each entry. Still works should be digital images at 300 dpi resolution. Time-based work should identify the program used and must be able to play on a Mac. Each entry must be accompanied by a hard copy entry form, entry fee, and a working e-mail address. SASE required for return of submission.

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