American Dream is a national juried exhibition inspired by the history of artists questioning, provoking, resisting, reflecting, and healing through making. Visual artists of all disciplines are encouraged to apply. K Space Contemporary invites artists to submit contemporary work that is visually and conceptually interesting.
American Dream will be curated by the K Space Contemporary Exhibition Committee: Jennifer Arnold, Scott Ellison (collector), Gerald Lopez, Jimmy Pena, Greg Reuter, Tristan Schober, Ashley Thomas, Day Wheeler
ENTRY DEADLINE: MAY 10, 2017
May 10: Entry Deadline
May 26: Artists Notified by email
June 14-16, 21-23, 11 am to 5 pm: Receiving Hand-Delivered Works
June 23: Shipped Works Due (must arrive between June 14-23)
July 7, 5:30 – 9 pm: Exhibition Opening with CC ArtWalk
August 18: Exhibition Closes
August 23-25, 11am-5 pm: Pick Up Hand-Delivered works & Begin Returning Shipments
Entry Fee: $30 for up to 3 works of art ($20 for K Space Contemporary Members)
Additional pieces: $5 each
Jury Panel – KSC’s Exhibition Committee: Jennifer Arnold, Scott Ellison, Gerald Lopez, Jimmy Pena, Greg Reuter, Tristan Schober, Michelle Smythe, Ashley Thomas, Day Wheeler.
Media: Open to all visual art forms and media. Artists must be available to install complicated works. Artists must exhibit original works of art; we do not exhibit reproductions (giglee/inkjet prints, high quality copies or offset lithograph prints).
Video Works: KSC shows video works (DVD, USB drive) via projector or flat screen television. KSC will contact accepted artists to arrange video display.
Size Limitation: Two-dimensional works must not exceed 6 feet in either direction. Three-dimensional works (and shipping crates) must fit through a 36 x 83-inch doorway.
Format: Works are juried from digital images submitted online. Artists may submit one image for each 2D work of art and two images for each 3D work of art.
Sales: KSC 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.
Notice: Notice of acceptance or denial is emailed to the address in ‘My Profile’ in this Entry (Entrythingy) System. Click ‘My Profile’ to update your contact information. Accepted works are also posted online at www.kspacecontemporary.org.
Entry Fee (non-refundable): $30/non-members ($20 / KSC members) for up to 3 works of art. Each additional piece is $5. Enter online through our website. 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: To mail your entry fee, 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’. KSC will manually correct your entry status to ‘submitted’ when we receive payment. Mail to K Space Contemporary, P.O. Box 545, Corpus Christi, TX 78403. Mailed entry fees must be postmarked by May 10th.
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 KSC during dates noted in the calendar.
Selected Works: KSC 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 canvases, etc.). 40-50 works of art (20-25% of the entrants) will be selected for this exhibition.
Framing Requirements: Sculpture must be manageable by two people. 2-D works must be properly prepared for exhibition with wire securely attached. Shipped works with glazing must use Plexi-glass or equivalent.
Insurance: Works are not insured while on display. The gallery is climate controlled and protected by a security system. KSC 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.