Call for Entries: Splash: Attitude and Process

By Editorial Team on August 7, 2017

Deadline: Sat, 09 September 2017

Courtesy of Brentwood Arts Exchange.
Deadline: Saturday, September 9, 2017

The 2017 Prince George’s County Juried Exhibition Presented at the Brentwood Arts Exchange.

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This call is open to all artists who are 18 years of age or older who live, work, study, or have a studio in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

In recognition and support of our county’s creative community, the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council will purchase one artwork from this year’s Prince George’s County Juried Exhibition.

Applications must be submitted at:
No other forms of application will be accepted.

Splash: Attitudes and Process seeks artworks that embody attitude and style. Attitudes are catalysts for new processes and new ways of making. To use any material, or even to make work that is ethereal, arises from widely varied practices, but always embodies the artist’s attitude about creating. Furthermore, creating with style and intention reveals an artist’s point of view. Pushing the boundaries of art informs not only making art but also seeing it. This exhibition celebrates all of those things.

Ginevra Shay is an artist and curator living and working in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the Artistic Director of The Contemporary Museum, and curator of Rose Arcade, founder of the Current Space Community Darkroom and Photo Program, and was recently artist and curator in-residence at Gallery Four. She has worked with a number of private collections and Baltimore institutions, including The Jewish Museum of Maryland and The Afro-American Newspaper, to aid with research and assist with digital archiving processes. She has exhibited her own work at Present Company (NYC), LVL3 (Chicago), Rock512Devil (Baltimore), The Finnish Museum of Photography (Finland), Notre Dame University (Maryland), John Hansard Gallery (United Kingdom), Galleri Vasli Souza (Sweden), and Flying Object (Mass). Her work and publications are in the libraries of Yale University Art Gallery Library, The International Center for Photography, Indie Photobook Library, Houston Center for Photography, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Ginevra has lectured widely at The Maryland Film Festival, The Queens Museum, Oakland Museum, National College Art Association Conference, the Society for Photographic Education National Conference, and American Philosophical Society. She has been a visiting artist at Rutgers, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Towson University. In 2013, she selected as “30 Creative Minds Under 30” by Maryland Art Place.


  • September 9 – Deadline to apply
  • September 20 – Artists notified
  • October 21, 23-26 – Artists drop off work at Brentwood Arts Exchange
  • November 6 – Exhibition Opens to the public
  • November 1 – Opening reception
  • December 30 – Last day of exhibition
  • Jan 3-5 – Artists pick up artwork

Applications must be submitted at:

  • Artists may submit a maximum of 3 images of artworks to be considered; OR 3 segments of audio and/or video, each no longer than five minutes in duration; OR an appropriate combination of images, video, audio and web-based work not to exceed 3 artworks.
  • Artists may include one additional detail image for sculptural and installation-based works.
  • Images should be high quality and with enough resolution to see significant details
  • Submissions must include information on media, size, date created, and title.
  • (Optional) Artists may include an artist’s statement no more than one page in length.

Artists are solely responsible for transporting their artwork to and from the gallery. The artwork delivered must match the images submitted for consideration, must be delivered in good condition, and be properly prepared for installation. All artwork will be installed by Brentwood Arts Exchange staff. Exceptions, such as for installation artworks, will be made at the Gallery Director’s discretion.

The M-NCPPC will retain a 25% commission on all art works sold during or as a result of the exhibition. The M-NCPPC insures all consigned as specified on the loan agreement.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact:

  • Phil Davis, Countywide Arts Coordinator
    7833 Walker Drive
    Greenbelt, MD 20770