Washington Print Foundation Seeks Artists for Fall Outdoor Exhibition

By Editorial Team on August 9, 2021
Image courtesy Washington Printmakers Gallery

 

Outdoor Art Exhibit: Art Celebrate Georgetown

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Deadline: September 1

The Washington Print Foundation is organizing outdoor art exhibition this fall. The project has been in the works for a year and a half as an initiative to draw visitors and new businesses to Georgetown.
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Call for Entries

The Washington Print Foundation is now accepting works by local artists residing in the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia to be part of the outdoor exhibition. No Entry fee is required. We hope to receive work from a diverse pool of applicants to celebrate the wealth of local artistic talent! Selected works will be printed and exhibited on street banners to bring vibrancy to the historic neighborhood.

Check out the Call for Entry announcement for details about submission format, eligibility, and awards. Available at: https://www.washingtonprintmakers.com/wpf-banner-project
All entries must be submitted digitally via email following the format outlined in the Call for Entry announcement.
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We are accepting 2-dimensional artworks completed in the last two years in the following media: hand-pulled prints, screen prints, digital prints, photographs or paintings. The exhibition will be juried by three professionals from different industries; artists are notified of the Juror’s decision by September 2, 2021.
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The selected works will be exhibited: September 28 through November 20 2021. 
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Contact info:
If you have any questions, please email Marie at washington.print1@gmail.com. subject: Outdoor Art Exhibit
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About Washington Print Foundation:
The mission of the Washington Print Foundation is to advance contemporary printmaking, photography, and the book arts in the Washington area. Through outreach initiatives, the foundation has provided monetary assistance to celebrate accomplished artists both locally and nationally. The foundation is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers to help enrich our community with the visual arts.