Deadline for Arts Council spring show is February 23rd

| February 23, 2015 | 1 Comment

Are Ewe My Mother“Red Winter, Pink Spring and all the Colors in Between” is the theme and title of the upcoming spring exhibit sponsored by the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County. The deadline for artists to submit up to three works via the digital portal on the Arts Council website acaac.org for consideration is Tuesday, February 23rd.

The juried group show is open to all Anne Arundel County residents over the age of eighteen. In order to submit work for consideration there is a $ 20 entry/administrative fee.  The focus of the group show is to explore the impact color has on people’s lives.  Artists are asked to submit work in an two dimensional medium that addresses the question of how the use of color may or has changed from generation to generation as well as from day to day.  

Opening March 13, 2015 at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the show will be on display between concourses C & D through July 17thh 2015.  The Arts Council exhibits are juried by a committee of three that include: Committee Chair Roberta Pardo, who studied industrial design in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and fine arts at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Wil Scott, a photographer and Director of Adult Programs at the National Gallery of Art, and Teddi Schulman, a lifelong arts enthusiast and former arts consultant. 

Accepted work will be available for view online and available for sale if desired by the exhibitor.  The Arts Council commission fee is ten percent.  Visit the Arts Council website at wwwacaac.org to learn more or call 410-222-7949.

The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County provides grants and support to over forty nonprofit organizations.  Providing a resource for the cultural arts community through advocacy, funding, programming, and promotions; the Arts Council supports a variety of groups that include Chesapeake Arts Center, Anne Arundel County Trust for Preservation, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts  and the Shady Side Captain Avery Museum.  The Arts Council also administers the Arts in Education Program serving both public and private Anne Arundel County Schools, which provides grant funding to bring performances and artists into auditoriums and classrooms. 

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