27 June 2010
The results are up for the finalists. This year seems to be an Auckland sweep. Congratulations to Gillian Deery, Nadene Carr,
03 June 2010
There is a call for entries for a jewellery show in my hometown, and I thought I would pass along the good word.
Now accepting entries for "Topography of Metal"
at Tap Studios/Gallery M in Cleveland, OH
Oct. 150 Nov. 19, 2010
Curated by Susan Skoczen
Topography of Metal is an exhibition to investigate and discover jewelry and metal artists who explore the manipulation of the surface of metal. This manipulation can be either purely associated with alteration of the metal and/or the addition or use of other non-traditional materials
Gallery: Tap Studios / Gallery M is a unique studio and exhibition space dedicated to the creation and promotion of art jewelry. We offer a regular program of exhibitions featuring national and international artists in an eclectic setting based in Cleveland’s Asia Town neighborhood. A program of classes and workshops is scheduled on an on-going bases. www.tapstudios.com
Curator: Susan Skoczen is a studio jeweler in Cleveland, OH. Her work has been shown in San Francisco, Massachusettes. Texas and New York. She also teaches jewelry/metalsmithingaroundtheClevelandarea.Inaddition to making and showing her own work, she has been a curator and.or juror for such shows as Cain Park Arts Festival in Cleveland Hts, OH, “In Between” and “After Hours” show at The Reinberger Galleries, The Cleveland Institute of Art, was Chair of the SNAG student show, “On the Verge”. www.susanskoczen.com
Eligibility: This exhibition is open to all artists over the age of 18. All entries must be original, completed within the last three years and accurately be represented in jpeg images. Works not meeting these criteria will not be exhibited. Work not to exceed 24” x 24” x 24”
Theme: “Topography of Metal” is an exhibition to investigate and discover jewelry and metal artists who explore the manipulation of the surface of metal. This manipulation can be either purely associated with alteration of the metal and/or the addition or use of other non-traditional materials.
Format: All entries will be juried from high-resolution (300 dpi) jpeg digital images on CD. Maximum 3 pieces, each with a detail image, if necessary.
ENTRIES DUE: July 9, 2010
Notification of Artists: Sept. 17
Shipping/Delivery of Accepted Work: Oct. 1-6
Exhibition Dates: Oct. 15- Nov. 19
Opening Reception: Oct. 15, 6-9pm R
Return of Work: Nov. 20-24