Juried Show - Projections! Art on the Brewery Walls
The Jamaica Plain Arts Council Juried Exhibition is an annual event designed to provide artists from around New England with a chance to show in a high traffic public space in Boston’s most creative neighborhood.
PROJECTIONS: Art on the Brewery Walls!
This year, the Jamaica Plain Arts Council & Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation are hosting a Juried Art Show that is an innovative mix of a traditional gallery showing and a multi-media one-night event. As an artist, this is an opportunity to both exhibit work that may not fit easily into the traditional gallery setting, and to have your work seen in an exciting, interactive environment. Please consider submitting your art! And, please read below for details about the event and the application process.
Projections: On the evening of May 14th, 2016 the Jamaica Plain Arts Council and Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation will project artists’ images onto the outside walls of Jamaica Plain’s Brewery Complex. People will be able to view the art in a relaxed, exciting atmosphere, while enjoying live music, food and drink from local JP establishments.
Gallery Exhibit: From images submitted for the Projections event, a jury will curate a small group of work to be hung on the walls inside the Brewery Complex for May and June.
Submission is free and open to any artist.
Images of works in all mediums are welcome (including 2D, 3D, and video).
Each artist may submit up to three (3) images for inclusion in the Projections event.
For the Gallery Exhibit, only 2D work will be considered.
Please email entry to juriedshow2016@jpopenstudi
Abigail Norman, Artist, Director of The Eliot School,
Robert Siegelman, Artist, instructor, SMFA Faculty
Morris Norvin, artist, instructor, partner of Stonybrook Fine Arts
Jurors will select work to be hung on the gallery walls of the Brewery Complex based on quality of work and originality. (Only 2D can be considered for hanging) Work will be hung during May and June. The work chosen must be delivered ready to hang.