The Mechanical Circus
Deadline: 18/01/2019 | Published: 19/12/2018 | City: Jamestown | Country: United States | Debra EckReport this?
Call for artworks on themes of circus, sideshows or mechanical art
The exhibition is being held in conjunction with a performance at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts of Cirque Mechanic, We are looking for work which might fit the themes of the circus, sideshows or mechanically inspired, or even mechanical /moving works of art.
The exhibition will be held in a fully staffed gallery space which is open to the public Tuesday-Saturday from 10-6. There is no admission fee to enter the gallery space. The exhibition will run from February 11 until March 1, 2019.
- Accepted work must be delivered to the gallery between February 2-9, 2019.
- All work is fully insured while in the possesion of the gallery, but our insurance does not cover transit or shipping.
- Entries for artists in any region of the USA or other countries is welcome, but the gallery does not have a shipping budget and artists will be responsible for their own shipping costs.
- Work does not have to be for sale.
- The gallery charges a 20% commission on all sales and final payments for sold works will be made to the artists in US dollars within 30 days of the end of the exhibition.
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