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Call For Art: Happenstance
MarinMOCA National Call For Art – All media accepted – Submission deadline: Sept 30
Submission Deadline: September 30
THEME: Happenstance draws from the concept of serendipity and invites works that incorporate fortunate accidents, coincidences, and unexpected events contributing to their development and creation.
Whether it was unforeseen results during material explorations, or adapting to the innumerable obstacles and challenges during COVID-19; various constraints and unpredictable situations produced serendipitous results in the studio. This exhibition celebrates those discoveries, highlighting the positive outcomes of embracing the unexpected, and turning challenges into opportunities.
The exhibition will feature work including all media, 2D and 3D.
SUBMIT EARLY! Only 400 qualified artist entries will be accepted. Call will be closed on Sept. 30 or when we reach 400 entries, whichever occurs first.
- All entrants must be U.S. resident artists 18 and over.
- You are invited to submit up to 5 digital images of your original artwork completed in the past five years, not previously shown in a
- MarinMOCA or Artists of MarinMOCA exhibit.
- Artists currently represented by the juror are ineligible for this call.
- This exhibit is open to all art media.
Exhibition dates: November 13 – December 24
JUROR: Zoë Taleporos
Zoë Taleporos is a curator, arts administrator, and writer based in Oakland. She currently works as a Public Art Project Manager at the San Francisco Arts Commission where she is involved in commissioning a wide range of artworks for public spaces. She co-organizes Premiere Jr., an exhibition space that commissions new work by Bay Area artists on a 6-by-12-foot billboard in San Francisco’s Inner Sunset.
Formerly, she was a co-director/curator of Royal NoneSuch Gallery in Oakland and Queen’s Nails Projects in San Francisco. As an independent curator, she has implemented exhibitions and public programs for the California College of the Arts, San Francisco; Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito; Pro Arts, Oakland; among many others. Her writing has been published by KQED Arts, Art Practical, and MIT Press. She received her MA in curatorial practice from California College of the Arts.
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