Call to Artists: Hoosier Women in Art Exhibition   Leave a comment

Judith Leyster

This summer Indy Parks and Recreation and the Garfield Park Arts Center (GPAC) will be hosting Hoosier Women in Art Exhibition to compliment the Hoosier Women in Music concert taking place at the MacAllister amphitheater.  Local women will share their talents, their stories, and a part of themselves with a focus on the theme “Community.” Artworks will include ceramics, paintings, textile arts and other mediums. The exhibit will be on display June 8-29, 2013.

Female artists are invited to create and submit 2-3 works of original art for this exhibition.  There is no cost to submit. 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Original works must be no larger than 48” x 60” for 2-D and 36” x 60” for 3-D and ready to hang or install.
  • Please indicate your desire to participate in the show by emailing Lesley Meier at Lesley.Meier@indy.gov by May 4, 2013.  Or mail to The Garfield Park Arts Center, 2432 Conservatory Drive Indianapolis, IN 46203.  Please include your name, address, phone number, email, a brief description of your work and a short bio. Please also include 3 samples of your work, either attached to the email or on a CD.
  • Artists will be notified of all decisions no later than Wednesday, May 17, 2013.
  • All works must be on site at the GPAC no later than Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 4pm.
  • The GPAC is a family friendly venue and reserves the right to refuse any work that is deemed inappropriate.

Questions? Please contact:

Lesley Meier, GPAC Manager

lesley.meier@indy.gov

317-327-7091

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