Entry Deadline: Friday, September 8
Email Notification of Results: Friday, September 15
Shipping Deadline: All works must arrive by Thursday, September 28th
Opening Reception: Juror Lecture at 5:00 pm, Oct. 5, with opening reception immediately following
Full Court Press North American Juried Print Exhibition will be held in the Weil Gallery on the campus of Texas A & M University – Corpus Christi. Awaiting further exhibition description
Artists may contact Ryan O’Malley with questions at 307-399-6658.
Jury Panel: Tom Druecker and Margaret Simpson of Slugfest Press, Austin TX
Eligibility: Artists age 18+ living in the USA may enter. Entries must be original works on/of paper completed within the last 2 years. Failure to comply with submission guidelines may disqualify your entry. Entry fee is non-refundable.
Media: Open to all hand pulled printmaking mediums, digital printing is acceptable as an element of hand pulled prints. No giglee/inkjet prints, high quality copies or offset lithograph prints.
Size Limitation: Framed works must not exceed 60 inches in either direction.
Format: Works are juried from digital images submitted online. Artists may submit one image for each work of art.
Online Entry Form: Full Court Press is partnering with our good friends from K Space Contemporary to administer the jurying process. It is an automatic function of the entry form service to request your artist statement and resume. It is not necessary and we do not review that info for jurying purposes. The jurors will only review your artwork, so you don’t have to include a statement and resume. Just type in “coming soon” in those spaces.
Notice: Notice of acceptance or denial is emailed to the email address in MY PROFILE in the Entry System (Entrythingy). Click MY PROFILE to update your contact information. Accepted works are also posted online at www.kspacecontemporary.org.
Awards: $1500 in Cash awards for the top 3 works (Best of Show, 2nd, 3rd Places) selected from original works after the show is installed. Honorable Mentions will be given at the Jurors’ discretion.
Sales: Full Court Press collects payment and retains 40% commission on sales. INCLUDE GALLERY COMMISSION when pricing your work. The price & label information that you type into the online entry form is the label info to be displayed with your work.
Entry Fee is Non-Refundable: $30 for up to 3 works of art. Each additional piece is $5. Entry fee may be paid online through PayPal or by mailing a check or money order payable to K Space Contemporary. Paying via PayPal through the online system automatically completes your submission.
To Pay Entry Fee by Check or Money Order, close out of the entry system once you have added all of your images. Do not click the PayPal button. Your entry remains in the system as “Not Submitted” and KSC will manually correct your entry status to “Submitted” when payment is received. Mail entry fee to K Space Contemporary, P.O. Box 545, Corpus Christi, TX 78403. Mailed entry fees must be postmarked by Sept. 8th.
Selected Works: Full Court Press reserves the right to reject works not represented accurately in the juried image, and works that arrive damaged, late, are poorly constructed or poorly presented (dirty mats, warped frames, etc.).
Framing Requirements: Works must be properly prepared for exhibition with wire securely attached. Shipped works with glazing must use Plexi-glass or equivalent, (no glass).
Shipping: All shipping costs and liability for damage are the responsibility of the artist. Accepted works must be shipped via UPS or FedEx in reusable containers. Hand Delivered and Shipped works must arrive at TAMUCC by the date noted in the calendar.
Ship to: UNIVERSITY GALLERIES c/o Dr. Laura Petican, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Center for the Arts, 6300 Ocean Dr, Unit 5721, Corpus Christi TX 78412-5721
Insurance: Works are not insured while on display. The gallery is climate controlled and protected by a security system. TAMUCC takes precautions to protect the artwork at all times but will not be responsible for loss or damage. We recommend that you insure your work if you so choose.