Date(s) - 03/01/2018 - 02/28/2019
The American Guild of Judaic Art is delighted to be partnering with the MJCCA for an exhibition titled, A Journey through Time: Works of the American Guild of Judaic Art to take place in the Katz Family Mainstreet Gallery from mid-February through mid-May 2018, with an artist reception during Jewish Arts Month. The Katz Family Mainstreet Gallery is a highly traveled, versatile exhibition space dedicated to the presentation and interpretation of a wide variety of images and ideas. Exhibitions range from solo artist shows to documentary style exhibits and touring shows from a nationwide network of museum and gallery partners. Located along the long central corridor of the Marcus JCC
of Atlanta, this public space welcomes hundreds of visitors each week.
QUESTIONS? Contact AGJA administrator, Julie Braley – firstname.lastname@example.org; T. (404) 981-2308
DATES & DEADLINES
November 15, 2017 Deadline for submissions
December 8, 2017 Artists notified
January 30-February 10, 2018 Works received at MJCCA
Mid February – Mid May, 2018 Dates of the show
March TBA 3rd/4th week, 2018 Artist Reception
MEDIA Up to 3 entries – Two-dimensional works preferred. Three-dimensional works may be included. 3D work must be less than 5 inches in height.
ARTIST ELIGIBILITY Open to all members of the American Guild of Judaic Art. There is no entry fee.
SUBMISSIONS Email all entries to Julie Braley – email@example.com
JPEG images only – under 1600 pixels in any direction at 300 dpi or no larger than 1MB.
Readable by Mac and PC.
Label ALL images as follows: Last name/Title/Entry # up to 3 entries.
In the body of the email, include your name, your city/state/country – up to 3 titles with corresponding entry numbers on the JPEGS, dimensions, price or NFS, and a brief statement about the art. Statements subject to editing for a color copy exhibition tri-fold catalog. Unless notified by the artist, images may be replicated for catalog and/or publicity purposes with credit given to the artist.
Subject matter should be suitable for pedestrian gallery (no nudity).
JUROR Kim Goodfriend – Arts & Cultural Assistant Director/MJCCA
DELIVERY All works must be ready to install. Artists are responsible for shipping/transportation both ways. If shipped, include self-addressed pre-paid shipping label in an envelope. Include any specific instructions for installation. 2D work should be ready for hanging with proper wire on the back.
Address: Marcus JCC of Atlanta (Attn: Kim Goodfriend) – 5342 Tilly Mill Rd. – Dunwoody, GA 30338
INSURANCE Works will be covered during the show by limited insurance against theft or vandalism, not for damage or other causes. Excessive insurance cannot be honored.
SALE of ARTWORK All works must be priced or labeled NFS. Artists will receive 80% of the proceeds from sale of work. Works may not be withdrawn before the end of the exhibition.