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Art Entry Forms & Applications

Artwork by Gill Gatfield

This page is intended to give artists a fast look at our upcoming exhibitions for which applications are required. Exhibitions are open to women from around the world, unless otherwise noted. Artists may submit their entry with jpgs or video works by mail to: Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60642, or submit their entry with jpgs, including video stills on our website Online Art Entries.

JURY RESULTS

Artists whose work has been selected for a juried exhibition will be listed by name on our: What's New Page.

How to Submit for Juried Competitions at WMG

Artists may submit to any of our group shows with either slides or jpgs by mail or with jpgs on this website. If you wish to submit by mail, please print out and complete the entry form to mail with your slides or CD.

To print out the entry form, please click on the title of the exhibition/activity you are interested in to download the entry form in pdf Adobe Acrobat format. The Adobe Acrobat Reader is available for FREE from their web site. Click here if you want to download Adobe Acrobat Reader now.

If you are unable to download the guidelines in pdf format, you may use our generic Entry Form for any of the listed exhibitions. Make sure you read the tips & submission Guidelines.

You may submit work for exhibitions with jpgs on our website. Visit the Online Art Entries to submit for any of our exhibitions listed on this page.

Important: While we tried to make our online art entry system as easy as possible, if you have problems because of your computer and/or technical limitations, please email your entry with jpgs with image information and related statement to gallery@womanmade.org and we do the work for you. We'll invoice you for the regular $30.00 entry fee after we have completed the entry for you.

How to pay the Entry Fee

The entry fee for all WMG juried group exhibitions is $30. You may submit up to three images plus one detail view per image.

You may pay with Credit Card from our Secure Page. Just indicate the title of the WMG exhibition that you wish to enter and complete the form. This service is especially helpful to all who live outside of the United States where other currencies are used. If you are using the WMG secure service please indicate in your mailed entry that you have prepaid the entry fee with your credit card.

You may pay with a check and/or money order (international money order if outside the US) and include it with your mailed slide entry to Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60642.

You may be exempt from paying the entry fee or pay less if you cannot afford the full fee. Please let us know about that. To be able to pay or not has no influence on the juror's decision.

Please direct any questions in regards to Exhibitions and Workshops at WMG to: sydney@womanmade.org

Call for Art

http://ArtDeadline.Com

Please note: By submitting their work to Woman Made Gallery exhibitions, all artists agree to allow reproduction of their slides, digital files and/or photographs taken of their art for educational, publicity, and archival purposes.

Artwork is not insured while on exhibit at Woman Made Gallery. Accepted artists must take care of their own insurance needs while artwork is being shipped and on exhibit at Woman Made Gallery.


WMG Online Artist Entries

CALL FOR ARTWORK: Feminism (n.): Plural (pdf)
Exhibition Dates: May 8 – June 25, 2015
“When feminism falls short of our expectations,” writes Roxane Gay in her 2014 book Bad Feminist, “we decide the problem is with feminism rather than with the flawed people who act in the name of the movement.” Inspired by the themes articulated in Gay’s book, WMG invites artists of all genders to submit works that ask us to rethink what feminism is, was, and can be.
The guiding premise of “Feminism (n.) Plural” is that feminism is not a monolithic movement but instead an ever-evolving concept. There is no capital F “Feminism” acting as the Law to which its subjects must blindly adhere—that, of course, is the very definition of Patriarchy. There are instead plural feminisms through which people of various gender identifications, ages, and cultural and ethnic backgrounds espouse and enact their belief in a just and equal society.
The thematic concept behind the exhibition “Feminism (n.) Plural” is intentionally broad; we seek work in all media whose form and/or content addresses feminism in daring, unexpected, and potentially controversial ways: for example, works that blur categories and create space for nonconforming gender identities, works that take on pop cultural framings of female experience and/or feminism, or works that explore feminist movements taking place in various cultural, ethnic, and/or geographic contexts.
When considering your entry, feel free to use your imagination and decide for yourself what you think an exhibition about plural feminism should look like—that, in the end, is what feminism is asking you to do too.
Entries may be mailed with jpgs on a CD or submit your entry with digital files (jpgs) online. Entry Fee: $30 for images of up to 3 works.
Online Entries Submit jpgs of up to three of your works on our website.
Mailed Entries Mail a cd with jpg images of up to three of your works, completed entry form, and a $30 entry fee to Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60642.
Juror: Claudine Isé
Claudine Isé is WMG's new Executive Director. Prior to joining WMG, she was a curator at the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and served as Blog Editor for ART21. Isé is also a visiting clinical assistant professor in the School of Art and Art History at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Entry Due Date: February 11, 2015
Notifications: March 11, 2015


(image top right) 'Kahukiwi 2014', polished steel, linen, copper nails, rabbit skin by Gill Gatfield

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