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2018 Arts Annual Exhibition New Jersey State Council On The Arts

EXHIBITION DATES: April 28 – July 28, 2018

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, January 29, 2018

Rowan University Art Gallery invites artists to apply to the 2018 New Jersey Arts Annual Exhibition Navigating Elements.

Rowan University Art Gallery is partnering with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts to present the next New Jersey Arts Annual for Fine Art, and will host the yearly exhibition opening in April 2018.

The exhibition Navigating Elements will focus a lens on the artistic play with content and medium around environmental themes. All environmental themes will be considered and can be either image driven or issues driven. Topics can include, but not limited to: natural habitats, ecosystems, agriculture, species and biodiversity, renewable resources, recycling, waste and waste management, social practice, climate justice, climate change, and climate policies.

Artists must either work or live in the state of New Jersey to be eligible to apply.

Jurors

Ysable Pinyol, MANA Contemporary

Jodi Throckmorton, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

ELIGIBILITY

All artists living or working in the state of New Jersey are eligible to apply.

Full eligibility details are included in the prospectus.

VIEW FULL PROSPECTUS: https://sites.rowan.edu/artgallery/_docs/arts-annual-prospectus.pdf

APPLY THROUGH CAFÉ: https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4872

QUESTIONS

Contact Mary Salvante, Curator, Gallery & Exhibitions Program Director at Rowan University Art Gallery with questions.

[email protected]

856-256-4521

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