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Call for Entry! Carroll Museums 'Transformation' themed exhibition

Carroll Museums will be holding a show throughout two floors of the historic Carroll Mansion, located on the corner of President and Lombard Streets. The theme, Transformation, is to reflect the transformative nature of the Mansion throughout its 200 year history. Here is the open call information:

Carroll Museums 2015 Call for Submissions:

Deadline: March 25, 2015 at 11:59PM
Notice of Acceptance: April 2, 2015
Drop off: April 16 from 12PM-8PM
Opening Reception: May 1st, 2015

Carroll Museums is happy to announce an open call for submissions for its upcoming Transformation show. Transformation will be a collection of artwork reflecting the title, be it transformation of space, place, or self.

Once selected, work will be on display throughout the historic Carroll Mansion from May 1 – June 14.

Eligibility:

Open to all 2D and 3D artwork with the following limitations:
2D artwork
• Must weigh less than 20 lbs
• Must be able to hang from a single nail or wall molding
• No adhesives allowed
• No painting on the wall of any kind
3D artwork
• Cannot exceed 20 lbs

All artwork must be for sale

Submission Guidelines:

• All submissions must be emailed to [email protected]
o Artists must submit a short biography and short statement about their piece(s) and its connection with the Transformation theme.
o Artists can submit up to 5 pieces of art for review
o Artwork for consideration must be submitted as a high resolution photograph or through a link to an artist’s website.
o Include Title, Medium, Dimensions, and Price
o Carroll Museums will collect a 30% commission on work sold
o All submissions for consideration must be received by March 25, 2015

For more information visit www.carrollmuseums.org.

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