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Time: November 7, 2014 at 12am to November 19, 2014 at 12pm
Location: WoCA Projects
Street: 2902 Race Street, Suite 100
City/Town: Fort Worth, Texas 76111
Phone: (817) 901-7135
Event Type: artdeadline, ad.c-sample-ops
Organized By: WoCA Projects
Latest Activity: Nov 7, 2014
International Deadline: November 19, 2014 - In December 2014, WoCA Projects will present its 2nd Annual Juried Artists’ Books Exhibition exploring the diversity within the artist book medium, including both traditional book-binded forms as well as (but not limited to) those works that use books as a reference or metaphor to create other conceptual forms. Examples might explore the interchangeable use of of mixed-media, painting, drawing, printmaking, fiber arts, photography, sculpture, ceramics, sound, film/video, and installations in the creation or referencing of the book form. Note: the inclusion of text is not required.
Deadline for submissions is Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 at 11:59 p.m., and the Exhibition will run from December 8-January 31, 2014. Artist Reception is Thursday, December 11th from 6-8:30 p.m.
All media will be considered. Show is open to all artists, nationwide and international.
One artist will receive a $500 Purchase Award and their selected work will be added to the University of Texas at Arlington’s Art/Art History & Rare Books Collection.
Beverly Carver, Special Collections Librarian & Art History Liason, University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, Tx)
Lauren Cross, Director/Curator, WoCA Projects (Fort Worth, Tx)
Artists must make their submissions through the WoCA Projects website.
Questions: Please feel free to contact gallery, Thurs- Saturday from 10-3 p.m., should you have any questions about show, submitting work, or prospectus.
WoCA Projects Open Thu-Sat 10-3 p.m. and by appointment.
2902 Race Street, Suite 100
Fort Worth, Texas 76111
WoCA Projects is a non-profit artspace featuring contemporary artworks by local, national, and international women artists of color through exhibitions and community artist programming. And supports the work of all artists ( from all nationalities and backgrounds) whose work explores equality in its diverse methods and interpretations.