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The Inpost Artspace is accepting submissions for our biennial Outpost Members Exhibition and are interested in presenting contemporary regional artists working in 2D mediums.
The Inpost Artspace at the Outpost Performance Space is accepting submissions for our biennial Outpost Members Exhibition celebrating the creativity of our community. We are interested in presenting contemporary regional artists working in 2D mediums. The exhibition will feature a curated selection of the Outpost Member's many creative individuals and highlight the collective artistic wealth that exists amongst its diverse audience. You must be a current member to submit work. Artist membership begins at $30 per year. For a full description of membership options and benefits please visit: https://outpostspace.org/support-us/membership/
Submissions Due: November 1, 2018
To be considered email a brief description of your work and up to five images with corresponding title, medium, and dimensions (w x h in.)
Artist Notification: November 9, 2018
Exhibition Dates: Monday, December 3, 2018 - Saturday, January 26, 2018
Drop-off Accepted Work(s): Sunday December 2, 2018 // 10 - 12pm
All work must be ready-to-hang with d-rings, sawtooth, or wire hanger. Works on paper must be framed.
Artist Reception: First Friday ARTScrawl, December 7 // 5 - 7pm
Pick-up of Work: Sunday, January 27, 2019 // 10 - 12pm
Contact: Erin Galvez and Robbin Bates, Curators // email@example.com
The show will be regionally promoted with postcards, social media and press releases. All artwork is insured for the duration of the exhibition. The Inpost / Outpost does not take any commission on works sold, however, we strongly encourage artists to make donations from any sales and continue Outpost membership to help support our work in presenting the visual and performing arts.
The Inpost Artspace is a nonprofit venue housed with the Outpost Performance Space, which hosts internationally recognized musicians. We have been presenting visual art exhibits since 1996. The duality of the space increases the visibility of the artwork to a broader audience and creates dialogue between visual and performing arts communities.