ROGUE VALLEY BIENNIAL 2017
CALL TO ARTISTS
PURPOSE: As is the tradition of long-standing biennial exhibitions, such as the Venice Biennale in Italy and the Whitney Biennial in New York City, the Rogue Valley Biennial will present the “art of our time.”
- Work that is innovative, showcasing contemporary visual artists, both emerging and established.
- Work that includes subject matter, processes, and materials that reflect 21st century perspectives and concerns.
- The work included in the exhibit may contain politically and socially relevant content, be provocative in subject matter and imagery, and challenge viewers’ aesthetic perceptions.
THE ROGUE VALLEY BIENNIAL IS A FORUM FOR THE CULTIVATION,
UNDERSTANDING, AND APPRECIATION OF REGIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART.
ROGUE VALLEY BIENNIAL 2017 June 1—July 27
Pat Enos—Artist and RCC art instructor
Stephen Frazier—Fine art appraiser
NO exceptions will be made to this schedule.
- Drop off artwork at GPMA for jurying Monday & Tuesday 5/15 & 5/16, 2017 12:00pm—5:00pm
- Artists will be notified about acceptance or non acceptance by May 23, 2017.
- Not accepted pieces must be picked up from GPMA Wednesday and Thursday May 24 and 25 12:00pm—5:00pm
- Friday 6/2 and 7/7 are “First Friday Live!” Accepted artists are encouraged to be present at least part of the evenings: 5:00pm—9:00pm
- PICK UP artwork after the exhibition at GPMA Friday and Saturday 7/28 & 7/29 10:00am—5:00pm
Three (3) $200 Jurors’ Choice Awards will be given on June 2.
Open to artists living in Jackson and Josephine counties only. Artist must be able to hand deliver artwork per the above noted schedule for jury consideration.
A non-refundable submittal fee will be charged for up to two entries: $20 per artist.
Artists will receive a telephone call or email on or before
Tuesday, May 23 as to the status of their entries.
Grants Pass Museum of Art retains a 30% commission from members and a 40% commission from non-members from all sales. Artists are paid within one month of the exhibit closing.
Rules of Entry
- Artists may submit up to two (2) pieces ready for display.
- All work must include the means to hang, mount, or otherwise display. Include directions where necessary.
- All work must be labeled on the back with artist’s name, phone #, and title of work.
- Grants Pass Museum of Art reserves the right to refuse entry of any work deemed to fragile or problematic for display.
- No work made under the supervision of an instructor is allowed.
- All work is insured for the insurance value while it is in the museum.
- No work shall be removed from the museum before the close of the exhibit.
- All work left at the museum after the defined pick-up dates will be charged $5 per day storage fee.
- 2-D artwork maximum size: 36” wide x 48” high exterior framed dimensions.
- 3-D artwork maximum size: 36” wide x 36” deep x 48” tall, and 250 pound maximum.