Abington Art Center Summer Juried Show 2019: (Due. May 20)

https://abingtonartcenter.org/calls-for-artists/

This exhibition celebrates art in all its forms, showcasing submissions that have been hand-picked by our juror from the local community. We welcome submissions in any medium for display in our galleries this summer.

JUROR: Shannon Rose Moriarty

Shannon Rose Moriarty is a teaching artist who believes in the creative power of authenticity. She successfully motivates others to grow by encouraging self expression and curiosity through playful experimentation, creative problem solving, and artistic decision making. She serves at-risk youth at Philadelphia OIC Workforce Academy in Philadelphia, where she built a comprehensive arts & humanities curriculum intentionally focused on bringing the art of living into the classroom. At Abington Art Center, Moriarty energizes ceramics enthusiasts who each recognize and meet their personal creative goals; as well as adult artists with special abilities at the YWCA in Princeton, NJ; who together, prove to be the strongest example of a supportive artistic community. Shannon is also a founding member of the artist-run gallery space, Spillway Collective, where she joyfully curates inclusive and collaborative exhibitions.She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in ceramics, a minor in art education and, a Pennsylvania PK-12 art teaching certification from Arcadia University in 2015.

SUBMISSION FEE: $30 for up to 3 works (Members FREE)

SUBMISSIONS: Images are submitted digitally, along with specifications of physical work. (Title, Year, Medium, Dimensions, Price) Selected artists are responsible for framing/preparing their work for exhibition, and dropping off at or mailing to (with return label) the Art Center for hanging/installation. The non-refundable submission fee is used to cover the cost of the exhibition itself, which includes gallery maintenance and material costs, labor and installation costs, and a juror stipend.

SUBMIT YOUR WORK

Jamie Earnest