Virtual 3D Electronic Newsletter Sample
Below is an example of the Virtual 3D E-zine, available to all TSOS members with email address.
|February 21, 2007|
In this issue:
|Second Call Sculptors Dominion 2007|
I. Sculptors Dominion Invitational Call For Entries
FOR PROFESSIONAL SCULPTORS OF LARGE-SCALE SCULPTURE
The 5th annual Sculptors Dominion Invitational, Brilliant Dimensions,
will open April 7 through 29, 2007, [ with optional all year
exhibiting]. Installations/ shipments are due February through
early March 2007 by appointment. Please call or email to set
a date. There are 8 public show days in April, they are four
weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, 11am to 5pm. You need not be
present to exhibit or sell. You will be exhibiting with some
60 other professional sculptors of large-scale sculptures from
several states and countries, limit 2.
Prior shows have exhibited 70 to 90 sculptors showing 140 to 200 works. See 2000+ photos at www.sculptorsdominion.com.
|Second Annual National Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition|
Location: North Charleston, South Carolina
Sculpture artists from across the nation are invited to participate in the second annual Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition. Up to fifteen sculptures will be selected for this eleven month exhibition. Sculpture sites are located throughout the stunning, picturesque Riverfront Park in North Charleston, South Carolina. Organized and presented by the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department, this unique exhibition offers established and emerging artists the opportunity to display their thought provoking, extraordinary sculptures throughout Riverfront Park as well as compete for up to $11,000 in exhibition honorariums and awards. The 2007 Juror is Mary Catherine Johnson. Currently she is the coordinator for the Visual Arts Program and Gallery at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to her appointment at Emory she served as Associate Director and Acting Director of the International Sculpture Center (ISC), a non-profit membership and educational organization devoted to the advancement of sculpture and the publisher of Sculpture Magazine.
The deadline for applications is March 2, 2007. The exhibition dates are May 12, 2007-March 28, 2008 and the opening reception and announcement of awards is May 12, 2007, 5:00PM-7:00PM at Riverfront Park. Call 843-745-1087 for more information or email email@example.com. To download the application or to view the 2006 exhibition and inspiring sites visit www.northcharleston.org/departments/outdoorsculpturecompetition.aspx.
|Live Oak Art Center 2007 Juried Art Exhibition - Call for Entries|
CALL FOR ENTRIES
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 6, 2007
Live Oak Art Center 2007 Juried Art Exhibition
Slides due with entry form on February 28, 2007
Exhibition be held at the Live Oak Art Center in Columbus, Texas from May 19 - July 14, 2007. The Live Oak Art Center was selected by Texas Monthly as one of the best Art Centers in Texas. Opening and awards presentation on May 19, 2007. Open to artists living within 150 miles of Columbus. Entries may be any medium, including painting, photography, sculpture, clay and works on paper. The cash awards will be as follows: $1000 First Place, $500 Second Place, $250 Third Place. All work will be judged for entry from 35mm color slides with final awards made by juror. Melissa Miller, internationally recognized Texas artist will jury. An additional $1500 will be awarded thru the Chapman prize offered by local art dealer and collectors, Mark and Cheryl Chapman.
Entry fee: A non-refundable entry fee of $25 is due for up to 3 entries.
For more information send a SASE to 2007 Juried Art Exhibition,
Live Oak Art Center, 1014 Milam, Columbus, Texas 78934
This exhibit is sponsored in part by a grant from the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau.
|Insight To No Sight Exhibit Opens at The Cultural Activities Center in Temple, TX in April|
The Cultural Activities Center, in Temple, TX, about an hour's drive north of Austin, will open its Insight To No Sight'; exhibit on or before April 2.
The goals of this exhibit are twofold: create an opportunity for people with limited or no sight to experience art via tactile means, and to create awareness of challenges regularly experienced by people who are visually impaired. The exhibit will be viewed in a darkened room where visitors will be guided by a rail system.
A collection of 19 items, including commonly used objects and fine arts, will be displayed on the pedestals accessible by touch. Upon exit, visitors will be able to access printed or Braille information revealing/confirming the items on display.
Objects will be changed out regularly in order to create a new experience to repeat visitors. We are currently soliciting items to be available for loan to the exhibit. If you can help us in this way, please contact CAC Visual Arts Director Marilyn Ritchie, firstname.lastname@example.org.