Middletown Ohio Art
The Cerebral Parent Group of Columbus will hold its first annual Middletown Arts Festival on May 6, 2016 at the AEO Art Gallery in downtown Columbus, Ohio. This unique event space was built in 1929 as the Oglesby Barnitz Bank and has since been renovated and refurbished. The group plans to transform the department store into an art center for the city center MIDDLETOWN and the first exhibition in its new premises will open on June 4, 2015, with the opening of the second exhibition "The Art of Midships" on July 1, 2017. The MidletOWN Arts Festival aims to bring artists, musicians, visual artists and other artists from around the country and beyond to Middingletowown Ohio to celebrate talented individuals and groups.
As soon as guests arrive, they will be impressed by the beautiful barrel vaulted ceiling and the two balconies with beautiful works of art. The gallery also features a large outdoor terrace and an outdoor seating area in front of the lobby. In addition, 8 large exhibits are shown in the exhibition hall every year, as well as a variety of smaller exhibitions and special events.
ISSA Master Members can submit up to two works to the jury without paying a jury fee. Persons who do not comply with the rules contained in the prospectus will be excluded from further examination. If your work is assigned to jurors but not submitted, your artist will be excluded from the next exhibition.
ISA and Middletown Arts Center do not accept liability for works that were damaged during delivery. However, the return of damaged works or damage to the work itself will not be enforced against the ISSA or the Art Centre.
International shipping can be very expensive and it is the artist's responsibility to take over insurance, international fees and shipping costs. It is recommended to contact your preferred shipping agent for a quote if you plan to present a large artwork outside the United States to a jury or send it to the jury. All works for sale or sold in US dollars may be considered at a commission rate. If the event requires a commission of 40%, for example, then you should price it accordingly. Works sold during the exhibition or sold for US dollars will not be taken into account with commission and exchange rate.
Seven cash prizes are awarded in the open category: $1,000 in cash, $500 in silver, and $250 in bronze. The Master Member Division pays a fee and is evaluated separately from the People's Choice in the Open Division for People Choice.
Depending on the size of the works submitted, about 80 works will be selected for the exhibition, including the Open and Master Departments. There is a $40 entry fee, which allows exhibitors to submit up to three works. No one may have more than two works included in the exhibition, and there is no limit on the number of works allowed per artist.
Art club members are strongly encouraged to offer works for sale, but not all sales of works are allowed this year. Artists who are not currently members will not have any works displayed in the exhibition. If you have already booked your site for next year, your space could still be available for sale in the Open and Master Departments of Midtown Ohio Art Museum.
If you have an account with OnlineJuriedShows.com, please click on "Personal Information" and make sure your email address, phone number and other personal information is up to date. Please note that a person wishing to participate in the 2018 exhibition must be up-to-date on the Midtown Ohio Art Museum website, as the exhibition is only accessible to members of the Art Club.
You will also receive an e-mail notification from ConstantContact that will tell you the same. As you will see, it will tell you whether your image was accepted or rejected for the show. On the day of notification, you can do the following: Within one day of notification, send your email address, phone number and other personal information.
To enter your piece in the show, go to the digital image you submitted by clicking on the page number that appears in the thumbnail. You must submit a completed artwork before the deadline to send it to this exhibition. All artworks must be executed by the submitting artist himself, and any work based on an outdoor photograph must receive the written permission of the photographer before submitting the work. If you submit more than one piece to this exhibition and exclude works that do not match the submitted digital images or arrive damaged or poorly framed, we reserve the right to reserve a maximum of three (3) pieces per artist and one (1) piece per gallery.
On May 4, the gallery will host an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. there will be an open day at the Windamere venue, where the wedding party can dress up and prepare. The Windamere EventVenue will ensure that your wedding is smooth from start to finish so you can sit down and enjoy your special day. You can use the full-service bar and restaurant, as well as all the amenities available to the public.