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WMAI Student Exhibition Open Call for Submissions!
August 1, 2019 @ 8:00 am - August 19, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
The Workhouse Military in the Arts Initiative (WMAI) is rooted in the Workhouse Arts Center’s desire to address the needs and to improve the lives of military service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers through the arts. WMAI seeks to increase equity, access, and opportunities for veterans to participate in quality arts programming that is sensitive and responsive to their unique experiences.
In the last year, the WMAI student body has nearly doubled in numbers. As more Military members and Veterans are taking advantage of Workhouse programs, we at WMAI would like to remind them that the work they are producing in these courses is quality and exceptional in nature. We encourage them all to proudly share their artworks with the public in this first-time ever WMAI student-only exhibition.
IF you have attended any WMAI class, workshop or Open Studio in the last 12 months and are willing to share your work with the public, please consider joining us in this exhibition!
Only original artwork, no reproductions.
Only work from active duty or retired service members, veterans, and reservists who have taken a WMAI course, or a regular Workhouse course through the aid of a Military tuition
subsidy will be considered.
Accepted artwork should be framed and ready to hang and/or display. No saw-tooth hangers. Each framed work should come with hanging wire properly installed on the rear of the frame.
3D work can not exceed a 15″ foot print. If work is fragile student may be asked to provide a case.
Only one work can be submitted per person.
You must provide an image along with this submission form. Images should be Hi-RES, 300 dpi or greater. Images and signed submission forms must be digitally sent to email@example.com no later then Monday August 19.
ALL work must be delivered to the Workhouse Arts Center by Sunday August 25, between 12pm-5pm.
Show is installed August 26 – 30
Show opens to the public: Saturday August 31.
Work will be on view from August 31 through October 27, 2019.
Work must be picked up between October 29-Nov 2.