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Local, Sustainability & Arts

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Call for Artist: Local, Sustainability & Arts

www.obition.org

 

1. Hosts

OBITION

Korean Scholars of Marketing Science

Korean Economy & Management Development Institute

 

2. Exhibition Title

Local, Sustainability & Arts

 

3. Goals

To find the new perspective to make creative activities based on local culture

To make an international symposium <Local, Sustainability & Arts> with artists, planners, and scholars

To make a group show with artists and planners around the world

 

4. Submission Schedule

Submission Deadline: April 3rd, 2022

Announcement of the screening: April 8th, 2022

 

5. Areas

Painting & Sculpture / Illustration / Contemporary Media Art / Project planning

 

6. Steering Committee

Director: Ken Kim(OBITION)

 

7. Award Benefits

Included in the online group exhibition(www.obition.org)

Included in the international symposium

Promotion and mailing service

Exhibition & International symposium certificate

 

8. Submission Guidelines

Submission Deadline: April 3rd, 2022

Submit to: obition2016@gmail.com

-Name

-Email Address

-Affiliation

-A short bio(max 200 words)

-A portfolio up to 3 works (you can submit as a PDF file)

-Link to your website, social media, gallery page, etc

-Working language: English

 

9. For More Information

Ken Kim

Director, OBITION

Email: obition2016@gmail.com

Prizes Details: 

Included in the online group exhibition(www.obition.org)

Included in the international symposium

Promotion and mailing service

Exhibition & International symposium certificate

Invited to the international conference <2022 International Culture Management Conference>

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03/April/2022

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Boutique Art Sales

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Old Colony Farm want to feature your artwork!

  • Seeking lcoal artisits in the Medina area
  • Showcase and sell your pieces in our gift shop
  • Advertise your art during our seasonal events

 

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07/September/2019

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July residency in the Taleggio Valley, Italy

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Peghera is a small village in the heart of the stunning Taleggio Valley, north of Bergamo and Milan. The residency, which runs for four weeks in July, offers artists the opportunity to explore this beautiful territory and the traditions of the region by providing  housing in the village and a shared studio space in the local museum. There are plenty of hiking trails and neighbouring villages, each one unique, to explore. The town of San Pellegrino, home ot the famous bottled water, is a short drive away. Famous for its cheese, Peghera holds its annual Taleggio cheese festival in July. The residency has an open program, but artists working with themes of food, the environment, social and/or sustainable practices are encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply is February 20. Please see website for details on the fee and to download the application form. 

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DCAD, Terrance Vann presenting works by ‘Local & Famous’ artists

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Painter, illustrator and muralist Terrance Vann is guest-curating an exhibition of more than 50 pieces of contemporary and accessible street art by more than two-dozen artists of note, both locally and beyond, for Delaware College of Art and Design in August. “Local & Famous: A Celebration of Homegrown Talent” will fill DCAD’s Toni & Stuart B. Young Gallery from Aug. 3 to 19.

Vann (also known by his Instagram handle of “terranceism”) will co-host the show with fellow Wilmington artist Alim Smith (known as “yesterdaynite” on Instagram). Smith is best known for his iconic “Memes” exhibition, which went viral online and attracted national press attention. Together Vann and Smith are known as The Color Brothers, and the works they’re bringing to DCAD promise to be vibrant.

“This show will challenge the traditional formation of how an exhibition looks, nodding to the popular fairs produced in Miami and New York,” says DCAD gallery and events manager Kelicia Pitts. “It will showcase some of the many homegrown and hidden talents in Wilmington.”

An example of this will be Vann’s own vividly colorful work, which Pitts has long admired and says “aims to portray the surreal world of our imaginations.” Vann received a 2017 Delaware Division of the Arts Emerging Artists Fellowship and has exhibited pieces nationwide. He is thrilled to have been asked to curate such a show at DCAD.

“Talent in this area is just as powerful,” says Vann, who considers “Local & Famous” to be a pop-up art fair. “It deserves to be showcased in this contemporary way.”

Among the artists exhibiting alongside Vann and Smith will be Shanina Dionna, who was a winner in Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean’s international “The Dean Collection 20 St(art)ups” or TDC20 competition. Joining their work will be pieces from the area’s veterans of the art world, including Rick Rockroth, Eunice LaFate, K.O. Simms and many more. Local galleries and tattoo shops also will be represented.

“Local & Famous” will open with a reception from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, in conjunction with Art Loop Wilmington. Van Gogh Vodka, liquor sponsor for the event, will conduct a tasting featuring several signature cocktails. Gallery hours from Aug. 4 to 19 will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesdays; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

For a full list of “Local + Famous” artists or for other information about the exhibition, contact DCAD communications director Susan Coulby at 302-622-8000 (office), 302-983-5710 (cell) or scoulby@dcad.edu.

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