This article is a part of ArtTalk, a new Missourian project inviting people from the arts community to tell us what’s cooking around town. To submit something you're excited about and open the eyes of the community to local art, fill out the form at the bottom of this story. Find past submissions here.
Here's the latest in the series, written by Amy Meyer from Perlow-Stevens Gallery.
Q: What artistic project or product are you excited about?
A: Holiday Hang-ups Exhibit in the PS "Hallery."
Q: Why are you excited, and why might other people be interested?
A: Deadline for submissions is coming up fast!
CALL TO ARTISTS
Exhibit: Holiday Hang-ups
Submission deadline: Saturday, Nov. 10
Exhibit: Dec. 1 to Dec. 29
Judge: Susan Taylor-Glasgow
Perlow-Stevens Gallery is calling for entries. Artists are invited to create original ornaments for this holiday show. Traditional, wacky, religious, funky or irreverent, it's up to you. A $10 entry fee should accompany each submission. Artists may submit up to two entries for consideration. All pieces must be for sale with a 50/50 split with gallery.
Entries for submission must be received no later than Nov. 10, and should consist of:
- An image or images of artwork for consideration (no actual work will be accepted for jurying)
- An entry fee
- A completed submission form which is available on our website: perlow-stevensgallery.com.
For any further questions regarding the exhibit and/or submission guidelines, please, email inquiries to email@example.com.
Q: Is there an event attached to the project?
A: Cash prizes will be awarded during Living Windows, Friday, Dec. 8.
Have something from Columbia’s arts and culture scene that you’d like to share with the rest of the community? Become a part of ArtTalk.
The rules? There aren’t many. Describe works of art, places, events, workshops, exhibits or anything else arts-related. The only restriction is that you can't share your own work. To submit, fill out the form below or email the same information to us at Submissions@ColumbiaMissourian.com.
This invitation is part of the Missourian's partnership with the Public Insight Network. Read more about that here.