Frieda announces a call for artists for Green, a group show March 2020. Frieda offers curated art exhibitions throughout the year in their Philadelphia space across from The Independence National Historical Park. Celebrate art that spans generations. Open to artists who live or work within the Mid-Atlantic region (PA, NJ, NY, MD, DE, and Washington, D.C.). Open call for 2 and 3 dimensional artwork related to the theme Green.
Deadline: 12 Feb 2020
Green: the color of life, renewal, nature, and energy – flora – grass – freshness – herbs – parks – garden plot – avocado – trees – jade – recycling – Kermit – growth – woods – jungle – naïve – pickle – safe – lush – luck – environment – harmony – vegetation – new – organic – pure – leaves – forest – plants – emerald – trees . . .
Frieda is a multi-purpose space with curated exhibitions that encourages interaction between artists and the public. As such, no commission is expected from the sale of any artwork. Artwork will be exhibited at their space. It will be included in an opening reception, meet-the-artist event, and one additional encounter with the public, i.e. workshop or demonstration during the exhibition period.
Group Show March 2020 Calendar
- Artists Notification: Monday, February 17, 2020
- Artwork must be ready to hang and delivered to Frieda on Friday, March 13, 2020
- Opening reception: Friday, March 20, 2020
- Dates for community supper and workshop tbd
- Exhibition ends: Sunday, May 17, 2020
- De-installation: Sunday, May 17, 2020
Frieda asks that selected artists schedule time to engage with their community through a workshop, demonstration, or discussion during the exhibition period. No commission is expected from the sale of any art work. Any transactions will be handled directly by the artist and the potential buyer.
Artist Financial Aid
Any artist living 60 miles or more from Philadelphia may apply for financial assistance (please ask for Financial Aid Request form) to cover costs related to artist participation in exhibition. To be clear, no financial aid is available to artist living less than 60 miles from Philadelphia, unless otherwise agreed. If selected, Frieda will cover 100% of the transportation and lodging costs for the artist to bring the artwork to Frieda and attend the meet the artist events, including the opening cocktail, the community supper, and the workshop. Please note that all costs to take down the art work at the end of the show will be at the expense of the artist. This includes transportation and lodging costs.
Frieda for generations is a modern space that promotes culture, art, and design with the goal of bringing together people of all ages and from diverse backgrounds. After featuring a number of accomplished artists in various media, Frieda is proud to introduce curated art exhibitions scheduled throughout the year. The space is located in Center City Philadelphia across from the Independence National Historical Park, with exposure to the public seven days a week.
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