This is re-posted from the SNAG newsletter, hope its not redundant
for people... Charles
The tentative title of the Exhibition in Print has changed to
"Enamel: A Current Perspective." Postmark deadline is December 1,
If you have questions, please contact Maria Phillips at
email@example.com (that's four "r"s). The submissions are to be
sent to Gretchen Goss, 2604 Ashton Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118.
CALL FOR ENTRIES: Exhibition in Print 2003
Metalsmith magazine's Exhibition in Print 2003, titled "Enamel: A
Current Perspective" a four color, curated publication of
contemporary vitreous enamel works, will be published by the Society
of North American Goldsmiths in Fall 2003.
Co-curators Gretchen Goss, studio artist, Associate Professor and
Department Head of Enameling at The Cleveland Institute of Art, and
Maria Phillips, studio artist, Visiting Professor, are soliciting
artwork to be featured in this issue. Only work which incorporates
the use of vitreous enamel as an integral element will be considered.
The work may fall within, but not be limited to, the following
realms; jewelry, sculpture, functional objects and wall mounted
All artists working with vitreous enamel, including students are
encouraged to apply. Applicants need not be a member of SNAG. No
entry fee required. Please submit the following materials:
5-10 (maximum) high quality 35mm slides suitable for publication,
representing at least 5 separate pieces. Slides should be labeled
with artist's name, title of work, and corresponding number to slide
identification list. Indicate top and front of slide.
Corresponding slide identification list including; name, title,
description, dimensions, date completed, materials and photo credit.
Indicate if slide included is original or duplicate. Indicate
whether original slides and other formats (i.e. 2 " or 4"x 5"
transparency) are available for publication purposes.
Current resume including name, address, telephone, fax, and email
Curators request a statement specifically addressing the use of
enamel in your work. This statement should focus on the work
submitted and may include one or more of the following aspects;
aesthetic or physical qualities of enamel (surface, texture, color,
permanence) and how that is integral to the work conceptual aspects
of enamel that support your work; historical influences in enamel
that support your ideas; and content or subject matter in your work
as it relates to enamel. Statement is limited to 150 words or less.
SASE, self addressed stamped envelope for the return of slides and
other materials. NO SASE, NO RETURN OF SLIDES. NOTE: please keep
curators apprised of change of address, phone, fax or email. Slides
of accepted entrants will be retained for the SNAG slide library.
Incomplete or late entries will not be considered. Submission of
entry materials grants SNAG the right to publish images in Metalsmith
magazine and on the SNAG web site.
Postmark deadline for submissions is December 1, 2002. Please send
submissions to; Gretchen Goss, 2604 Ashton Road, Cleveland Heights,
OH, 44118. Email inquiries to Maria Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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