The McLean Project for the Arts sent out an all-call for artists for the upcoming summer exhibition.
Curators are seeking submissions for a display called”SHIFT,” according to a press release, which added artists from across the mid-Atlantic region are welcome to apply.
“The works in this exhibition will focus on the concept of shift, change or exchange in paradigm, position, direction, tendency, viewpoint, atmosphere, needs, dreams, schedules, interactions, environment, perspective,” the release said.
Submissions are due June 26, and the exhibit will run from July 15 through August 27.
There is no cost to submit a piece for consideration, and artists can submit up to two pieces of any size, medium, form or weight, according to the website. Two jurors will each pick their favorite pieces for consideration.
“It will be interesting to see how the exhibits differ from one another,” the website said.
Image courtesy McLean Project for the Arts
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