The Marge Brown Kalodner
Graduate Student Exhibition
The Clay Studio will begin accepting applications for The Eleventh Annual Marge Brown Kalodner Graduate Student Exhibition on February 1st 2014
The Clay Studio will host The Eleventh Annual Marge Brown Kalodner Graduate Student Exhibition in August 2014. Any student currently enrolled in a Graduate Program with a focus in ceramics or graduating from a Graduate Program with a focus in ceramics in 2014 is welcome to apply. Works may be mixed media, but clay must be the primary medium. We encourage submissions from artists working in all types of and all approaches to clay, as our primary goal is to represent the exciting diversity within this medium. Three cash prizes will be awarded. The Marge Brown Kalodner Prize of $1000.00, The Jeff Guido Prize of $500.00, and The Amy Sarner Williams Prize of $500.00
Over the past ten years, this exhibition has awarded $15,000 to 30 emerging artists. It has showcased the work of over 150 recent MFA graduates, the majority of whom have participated in additional exhibitions at The Clay Studio. Fourteen participants have gone on to become Clay Studio Resident Artists, two as Shapiro Fellows. This exhibition serves to identify the best emerging ceramic artists, provide a forum for both the exhibition and sale of their work and to offer support and affirmation to artists just beginning their journey.
Apply through Slide Room. Applications open February 1st, 2014 and close May 15th at 12, midnight.
A complete application will include the following:
- Personal contact information
- Up to six digital images. You may include one detail image or an additional view per piece for a maximum total of six images. The images must be of the pieces to be included in the exhibition, no exceptions
- Corresponding image list that includes the following image title, medium, size, date and retail price.
- Your current resume
- Your current artist statement
- $15 Application fee to cover the cost of the application service
NOTIFICATION WILL BE MADE VIA EMAIL.
A three-member jury will select the works for this exhibitions. The jury consists of Marge Brown Kalodner, Garth Johnson and a guest juror to be announced. Selected work must be shipped to The Clay Studio to arrive no later than July 25th, 2014. All work selected for inclusion in this exhibition must be available for sale. The Clay Studio provides an invitation, mailing, press coverage, and will host a private reception as well as a public opening reception. TCS will also pay for the return shipment of any unsold work and shall receive a 50% commission for all work sold.
Please call Garth Johnson at 215-925-3453 x18 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.