no later than February 7, 2020 (details below)
Our notification to you:
No later than February 14, 2020
Submission Guidelines: Works utilizing any media including print, paint, fabric, digital, and poetry will be accepted in both 2D and 3D formats. However, 2D works must be ready to install with either a wire or saw-tooth hanger and 3D installation works or sculpture must be freestanding as we have no display cases or pedestals in the gallery (although if you are able to provide your own this is also acceptable, just please make a note of this on the submission form), but rope barriers can be obtained for these works. Sculptural works that can hang on the wall are also acceptable, but must be equipped with a hanging apparatus.
Please submit jpeg images of each artwork, and please give file names to each image such as “Smith1.jpg”, “Smith2.jpg”, etc. This ensures each image will stay matched with information you submit.
Please provide a value for your work even if you do not intend to sell, as these values are recorded for insurance purposes.
Execute your submission-form, and image transfers by using the form below.
Note: Please ensure there are no typos in your submission. The curators will select artwork, specify insurance, and generate gallery labeling directly from the unedited information you submit. Once the information has been submitted there will be no changes.
Your delivery of artwork:
Deliver your artwork between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday, February 17 – February 24. Saturday, February 22 by appointment between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Please contact Renee Buchanan at email@example.com or 505-426-2132 to set up a Saturday appointment.
*Artwork must be ready to hang or will not be included in the show
Deliver to Kennedy Hall, at Highlands University
(map and directions below)
Retrieve your artwork between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, April 1 – 10
Saturday, April 11 by appointment between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Again please contact Renee Buchanan for a Saturday appointment.
Retrieve the work at Kennedy Gallery, Highlands University
* Any artwork not picked up by this time will become part of the Foundation’s art collection
The curators will give you notice of the artwork they wish to include, no later than April 1st. You will receive notice of the chosen work by email. The curators reserve the right to exclude artworks from the exhibition at any time in the event of space restrictions.
–Sale of Artwork: Artwork on exhibit can be for sale at your discretion. In the event of a sale, a commission of 10% will be taken by the NMHU Foundation as a tax-deductible donation. And a 15% commission will be taken by the Understanding Immigration Task Force to go to the Santa Fe Dreamers Project.
–Insurance: All artwork is insured while in NMHU possession, from February 24 through April 10, 2020, for the valuation you specify in your submission (even if your work is not for sale, please provide a value so we have this for insurance). Details are available on request.
—Un-retrieved Artwork: Any insurance coverage taken out by NMHU on your artwork will lapse after April 10, 2020, and any artwork left un-retrieved after that date will become property of the NMHU Foundation.
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