Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery
PERSONA (January – April 2013): This exhibition, which is open to visual art in every medium, will investigate how artists externalize the human psychological self, by utilizing color, line, space, composition, pattern, style, materials as well as subject matter and symbolism to present the inner feelings and personality of themselves or others. In conjunction with the exhibition, the Poets and Writers Fund and the Art, Music, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and World Languages and Cultures programs at the College, will present events such as a poetry reading and master class; the Ingmar Bergman film, Persona; and a panel discussion representing a variety of visual and performing arts to further investigate how art manifests the inner self. Please follow the above submission requirements. Please submit by October 1, 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org and put the title of the show in the subject line of your email.
Submissions for Exhibitions
Artists are invited to submit up to 5 JPEGs of relevant work for the exhibition. Labels for the JPEGS must have your last name and then the title of the work on each JPEG. You must also include with your email submission, a one-page resume, an artist's statement about the works that you have submitted and an object list [with your name, title of the work, date of the piece, medium, size (h x w x d in inches), weight if over 10 lbs., owner, insurance value/and sale price (which must be the same)]. These files must be submitted electronically and must be labelled with your last name and resume, object list or artist's statement.
Please send this by email to Dr. Ginny Butera at email@example.com. The title of the exhibition to which you are submitting must be in the subject line of your email. All works submitted must be available for the exhibition and must be completely ready for installation. Please put all of your contact info on each document: full name, address, phone numbers, email address and website. Please send questions about submissions to the above email address. Submissions not following these guidelines will not be considered.
Additional Upcoming CFA's
NOCTURNES (June – August 2013): Images in every possible medium, representing, responding to or suggesting aspects of the night, are sought for this summer exhibition that will explore the beauty, mystery, amusement as well as the darker side of “night.” Please follow the above submission criteria. Please submit by February 1, 2013 to firstname.lastname@example.org and put the title of the show in the subject line of your email.
HELD AGAINST OUR WILL (September – November 2013): In response to the horror of captivity because of political or social problems, uprisings and war, this exhibition will explore and document art that represents the terror of persons who have been kidnapped, captured, imprisoned, tortured and/or killed because of their religion, race, ethnicity, gender or political viewpoints. The exhibition will coincide with the College’s Holocaust Week of Remembrance in November and will respond to that as well as to other examples of the injustice of “man versus man” in even more recent times. Please follow the above submission requirements. Please submit by June 1, 2013 to email@example.com and put the title of the show in the subject line of your email.