Submission Deadline - June 30 - Karitos 2008 Gallery Exhibition
- All conference attendees and faculty are eligible. This exhibition is intended to show the work of conference participants.
- Work must have been completed within the last 3 years. Up to 3 entries may be submitted. Open to any visual art media.
- All 2D work must be no larger than 4 feet in any direction, must fit through a standard 34" doorway, and must weigh less than 20 pounds.
- All 3D work must be no larger than 6 foot tall and 2 foot in length/width feet in any direction and must fit through a standard 34" doorway.
- All work must be ready to display—no assembly! All two-dimensional work should be framed and ready to hang. All three-dimensional work should include any necessary pedestals or other display equipment.
- All accepted work is to remain with the exhibition for the entire month of August 2008.
All submitted work will be juried on the basis of:
Its edifying value-- the work must be created from the perspective of a Christian world view and reflect such in its content as it is the intent of the sponsors to promote a Christian view of art and its role in society.
Its quality of concept and craftsmanship--excellence matters!
- June 30 Submission deadline.
- July 6 Notification mailed.
- July 30 Artwork delivered.
- July 31-August 2 Exhibition at Karitos.
Submit digital photographs of the artwork(s), a concise artist's statement explaining the basis of your work, and a brief artist's biography by email to email@example.com. There is no additional entry fee.
Notification will be sent by email reply.
Accepted work must be shipped for arrival by July 30. Delivery instructions will be provided with the acceptance notification.
Sales will be encouraged. All inquiries will be directed to the artist. Karitos does not engage in sales of artwork or charging of commissions. Artists are responsible for collecting Illinois sales tax.
Although every precaution will be taken to prevent damage or theft, Karitos and Living Waters Community Church will not be held responsible for artwork damaged in transit, in the exhibition spaces, or while in storage. Insurance is the responsibility of the artist.