Friday, May 15, 2009

Green: A Color and a Cause

Deadline: January 29, 2010 (POSTMARK)

Green: A Color and a Cause
The Textile Museum

Washington, DC
April through September 2011

Brief exhibition summary: Many cultures traditionally associate the color green with nature and its attributes, including life, fertility, and rebirth, and in recent years green has become the symbolic color of environmentalism. This exhibition celebrates green as a color and a cause.

Work to be considered: Artworks must include fibers or textile techniques.

Selection process: Submissions will be reviewed by curators and other museum staff who make up The Textile Museum’s Exhibitions Task Force.

Entry fee: $25

Juried exhibition to be held April through September 2011 at The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C.

Entries should be represented by digital photos in JPEG format, with images of all entries copied onto one single CD. Limit six pieces per entry. Label each JPEG with name, title, and size (slides allowed, but digital preferred).

Include an artist's statement and a list detailing name, date, size, and medium of each piece.

Entries via YouTube video also will be considered.

Send entries to Eastern Hemisphere Department, The Textile Museum, 2320 S Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20008.

Contact for entry form and additional information.

The Textile Museum
2320 S Street
NW Washington, DC 20008-4088
PHONE 202-667-0441
FAX 202-483-0994

VIA: Textile Society of America