76th Regional Exhibition – Call For Artists
The Arnot Art Museum announces a call for artists for their 76th Regional Exhibition. Artists must be 18 or older and live in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, or Vermont. Work over five years old or shown before in any Arnot Art Museum exhibition is not eligible. There is a maximum of two entries per artist.
Deadline: 6 Feb 2019
Although the Arnot Art Museum maintains a primary focus on representational art, the Museum welcomes the submission of non-objective work for the biennial Regional Exhibitions. All painting and drawing, media, sculpture, graphics, photography, clay, textiles, jewelry, wood or metal work, and mixed media are eligible for entry. Works should not exceed 96 inches in any dimension or weigh more than 150 pounds. Works must be framed or otherwise ready for hanging/installation. Artists proposing to submit work requiring specialized installation should confer with Museum staff before the entry deadline.
76th Regional Exhibition Artist Benefits
Works selected for the 76th Regional Exhibition will be on display in the Museum’s West Wing Galleries from 15 March until 14 June 2019.
Artists whose works are selected for the exhibition receive two complimentary ceremony tickets for the Gala Reception and Awards Ceremony to be held on 15 March 2019. The 76th Regional Exhibition offers $10,000 in cash awards to be distributed among the juror selections.
About Arnot Art Museum
The mission of the Arnot Art Museum is to preserve the original collection of Matthias H. Arnot and, with a primary focus on representational art, to collect and exhibit works of art possessing the highest quality, merit, enduring worth, and interest for the purpose of:
- promoting an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts;
- providing inspiration, enjoyment, and enlightenment to the largest possible audience;
- enhancing the culture of our region; and
- nurturing a local, regional, and national role based on our collection.
The Arnot Art Museum is a landmark in downtown Elmira, housed in the 1833 neo-classical mansion of John Arnot, Sr. His son, Matthias H. Arnot, added a Picture Gallery in the 1880’s. Matthias Arnot bequeathed his home and collection in 1910 to become the Arnot Art Museum. The Museum displays a permanent collection of seventeenth- to nineteenth-century European paintings, nineteenth- and twentieth-century American art, and collections of Asian and Egyptian artifacts. Temporary exhibitions highlight various aspects of the collections and include works from museums around the world. The Museum welcomes visitors of all backgrounds and levels of experience, and is fully handicap accessible.
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