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Call For Entries: "Snapshots" Digital & Photographic 2-D Work
Date Thursday December 01
Time 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location Details
Gallery 25
660 Van Ness & Mono Streets
Fresno
Event Type Concert/Show
Organizer/AuthorArmando H. Torres
Gallery 25
660 Van Ness Ave.
Fresno, CA 93721
Website: http://www.gallery25.com


Details:
"Snapshots"
Open call for entries for an un-juried show featuring digital art and photography: All entries
recieved by the deadline will be exhibited in our gallery arranged mural-like, edge to edge.
During the exhibition the images and artist information will be available for gallery visitors to
view in a special artist portfolio which will remain in the gallery for public viewing. Prints can
be made available to buyers by directly contacting the artist. Entrants submit two (2) prints of
a single original work, (one image for the wall, a second for the portfolio) and should be printed
from their home computer. All styles of 2D artwork and photography where digital processes of any
kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. We are interested in the
immediacy with which work can be created through digital means in our contemporary culture. This
show represents a literal snapshot of a moment in art history where the creation of Art has been
dymistified, and is in the hands of the many, and not just a select chosen few. The show will be
widely promoted and will include a reception for the artists.

This call is international, and open to all. ALL WORK GUARANTEED EXHIBITION.

Show Dates: December 1 - 18, 2005
Deadline for entries: November 27, 2005
Entry Fee: Registration fee is $30. US (cashiers check or money order, please no personel checks)
Multiple entries are permitted. Limit of 3 entries per person. ($10. registration fee for each
additional image.)

Submission Rules: Work should be 8-1/2 X 11 (with 1/2" borders) and mailed directly to the
gallery( at the above address), along with a brief statement about you, your work and contact
information, (ie. e-mail address/website, price of work). Artist name and e-mail address should
be clearly printed on back side of all images. An SASE should be included if work is to be
returned. All work sent without an SASE will become property of Gallery 25.

Remember, we need two (2) prints of EACH image, one to exhibit on the wall, the other for the
artist's portfolio to accompany the artist's statement and contact information. (So, if you submit
2 images, we need 4 prints, and a payment of $40.)

Sales of Artwork: Submissions will be included in the artist's portfolio which will be on display
with the show and will be offered for sale. Price and type of print to be determined by the artist
when interest is shown by a buyer in a particular work. Artists retain ownership of all
intellectual property rights to their artwork and prints are made by permission of the artist
only. Gallery 25 is not responsible for initiated sales, and accepts no responsibility for
transactions between buyer and artist.

Gallery Information: Gallery 25, located in Fresno, California is one of the oldest cooperative
galleries in the country. Formed in 1974, the Gallery has been a forum for contemporary art since
its inception. The origins are in the feminist art movement of the early 1970’s. In 1970,
California State University’s Art Department developed one of the first feminist art education
programs in the country. This program was brought into existence by visiting artist Judy Chicago
who was searching for a place to develop her ideas for the education of women artists. After
Chicago’s departure, the program became an integral part of the art curriculum under the
leadership of art professor Joyce Aiken. Located in a beautifully restored building at the corner
of Van Ness and Mono Street, Gallery 25 anchors the west end of block populated by several art
galleries and artists studios in the heart of downtown Fresno.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Nov 8th, 2005 4:16 PM
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