*OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES*
Pawtucket Arts Collaborative (PAC) and Pawtucket Foundation to host
12th Annual Pawtucket Foundation Prize Exhibition
The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative (PAC) and the Pawtucket Foundation announce the 13th year of this highly regarded, juried art exhibition - the Pawtucket Foundation Prize Exhibition. This year’s Juror is Entries will be accepted from January 1st, 2020 through midnight of February 15th. PLEASE NOTE THE SHORTENED ENTRY PERIOD. The opening is March 12th, 2019.
CALL TO ARTISTS
Open to all artists, in all media, 2-D and 3-D. Juror is Dominic Molon.
$1000 Pawtucket Foundation Prize and $250 PAC Prize awarded at the opening.
ACCEPTING ONLINE SUBMISSIONS
January 1st, 2020 through 11:59pm February 15th.PLEASE NOTE THE SHORTENED SUBMISSION PERIOD.
Digital submissions only. NOTE: Only JPGs are accepted. Max submission 2 pieces, submission fee for PAC Members $15 for one piece, $20 for two. Non PAC Members $18 for one piece, $23 for two. Entry requirements can be found on the Pawtucket Arts Collaborative website here: Checks are no longer accepted-your entry fee MUST be paid by credit card via Wild Apricot Payments AND your photos must also be uploaded by 11:59pm. No late entries accepted.
To enter the show, please click here: You will receive an email with instructions on where to upload photos once your entry is complete.
ABOUT THE PAWTUCKET FOUNDATION
The Pawtucket Foundation represents the business and not-for-profit sector as an advocate and catalyst for downtown, riverfront, and transportation gateway enhancements within the City of Pawtucket. As civic entrepreneurs, the Pawtucket Foundation fosters a vision of the community's future by mobilizing and coordinating research, information, talent, and resources to positively impact the City.www.pawtucketfoundation.org
ABOUT THE PAWTUCKET ARTS COLLABORATIVE
The Pawtucket Arts Collaborative is a member-driven, fully volunteer-run organization dedicated to supporting, promoting and developing the highest level of the arts for the community and its artists by creating awareness, education, and involvement with our members and the public-at-large.
ABOUT THE JURORDominic Molon is the Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art at the RISD Museum (Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design). He previously served as the Chief Curator at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) St. Louis (2010-2013) and as Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago (1994-2010). Molon has organized exhibitions of such prominent living artists as Martin Boyce (2015), Sharon Lockhart (2001), Susan Philipsz (2011), Wolfgang Tillmans (2006), and Gillian Wearing (2002). He has also curated numerous thematic exhibitions including “Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967” (2007) and “Production Site: The Artist’s Studio Inside-Out.” Recent and forthcoming projects include the major exhibition of the RISD Museum’s contemporary collection titled “The Phantom of Liberty,” the video program “Bona Drag: An Incomplete History of Drag and Cross-Gender Performance in Film and Video Art,” and collection-based projects with Nicole Eisenman, Simone Leigh, and Adam Pendleton as part of the larger “Raid the Icebox Now” exhibition initiative (2019-2020).