Field Projects Show #10
Deadline: Wednesday October 24th, 2012
Submission fee: $25
Field Projects is pleased to announce our second annual open call exhibition. Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration in our December exhibition, Show #10 curated by Sara Reisman (Director, Percent for Art) and Reina Shibata (Percent for Art Fellow). All of the submissions we receive will be considered not only for Show #10 but also for the Field Projects upcoming exhibition calendar and Top Ten online exhibition.
Field Projects is an NYC-based project space located in the heart of Chelsea's gallery district. As an artist run space, we are committed to opening the field of exhibition opportunities to other working artists. Whether you have submitted to Field Projects before or it’s your first time, we would love to see your work. Check out our first Open Call exhibition Show #4 winners and Top Ten runners up!
About the Curators
Sara Reisman (Director, Percent for Art) and Reina Shibata (Percent for Art Fellow) commission permanent artworks on City-owned public spaces for New York City's Percent for Art program. Since 1982 Percent for Art has commissioned nearly three hundred permanent artworks installed in public schools, parks, plazas, streetscapes, courthouses, and police facilities.
As a curator and writer, Sara Reisman has organized exhibitions and written about public engagement and public art, social practice, the aesthetics of globalization, and site-specificity for the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art, Queens Museum of Art, The Cooper Union School of Art, Smack Mellon, The Bronx Museum of Art, Socrates Sculpture Park, Momenta Art, Aljira, the Kunsthalle Exernergasse, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, among others. Reisman was the 2011 Critic-in-Residence at Art Omi, an international visual artist residency in upstate New York, and is the inaugural guest curator in 2012-2013 at Forever & Today.
As a writer, community liaison, and curator, Reina Shibata has held positions at the RISD Museum, the Harvard Art Museum, and the Judd Foundation, where she has pursued her interests in contemporary art and public access to art. She is a graduate of Brown University's Public Humanities MA program, and holds a B.A. in Urban Studies, also from Brown.
Eligibility & Terms
-Artists working in all mediums are welcome to apply.
-All artwork submitted must be ready to hang.
-Artists living outside NYC are also welcome to apply, however you will be responsible for artwork shipping costs.
-Artists working in new media, film, or video- you will be required to use your own equipment for exhibitions.
Wednesday October 24th, 2012, 11:59 PM !!
About Show #10
-Selected artists will be notified the week of November 5th.
-All artwork must arrive at Field Projects by Monday November 26th
-Show #10 opens on Friday November 30th and will run through Sunday December 30th