The spring 2014 Members’ Exhibition will run April 3-May 10, 2014. All members are eligible to show 1-2 pieces of work in this show. The show will be judged for awards.
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Hopkins Center for the Arts Spring Member
Show is approaching!
April 3-May 10, 2014
Who is eligible?
All members of the Friends of the Hopkins Center for the Arts. (If you are not a member, you may become one when you register for the show.)
What artwork is eligible?
Original work in all media is accepted but must have been completed within the last 2 years and not previously exhibited at the Center. (Work is not juried for entry.)
Work must be submitted ready for installation – clean, undamaged and framed if meant to be framed. For wall-hung pieces, please attach a horizontal wire as the hanging mechanism as this permits us to attach the piece securely to the wall.
How do I register and participate?
Hand deliver 1-2 pieces of art to the Center on Sunday, March 30 (1-4pm) or Monday, March 31 (4-7pm). NO EXCEPTIONS TO DATES AND TIMES!
Have a check ready for your nonrefundable entry fee of $15 for one piece and $18 for two pieces. IF YOU NEED TO BECOME A MEMBER, you may include your membership fee in the same check ($35; $30 for people age 60 and over or full-time students). Make the check payable to: Friends of HCA.
Make sure you have the following information attached to the back of your piece: your name, title of work, medium, price if for sale, your e-mail, your daytime phone if you do not have e-mail.
Then what happens?
A free, public opening reception will be held on Thursday, April 3 from 6-8pm. The show will be judged for awards and these will be given out at 7pm at the reception.
The show will remain open for public viewing free of charge during normal operation hours: 8am-8pm Monday-Friday; 10am-8pm Saturday; Noon-5pm Sunday.
You must pick up your artwork after the show closes on Sunday, May 11 (1-4pm) or Monday, May 12 (4-7pm). Work not picked up on time is subject to a storage fee of $5 per day.
Hopkins Center for the Arts reserves the right to determine placement of artworks.