DEADLINE: April 24, 5pm, 2020
NOTIFCATION: April 27, 2020
During a time unlike any other, in a city unlike any other, art seem extremely important right now. Local Project wants to bring a new body of work directly to all of our followers with an online exhibition. We are inviting artist who live / work in Queens, NY and who have been affected by the Covid-19 to apply. The exhibition will launch on Friday May 2, 2020 on our website and it will be up for the entire month. This online exhibition will include massive e-blast to all of our subscribers, a daily Instagram post focusing on one selected artist per day and a gallery online on our website.
This Exhibition will be curated by our Board Member Juan Hinojosa*.
It is FREE to submit your work but accepted artists pay a participation fee of $15, by Paypal or Venmo.
Artist submission must include:
- Artwork must be original and come from you – the artist. (No digital reproductions)
- Artist must live or work in Queens, NY
- No size limit but prices should be below $1,000 (we hold the right to make exceptions)
- Please SUBMIT up to 3 jpeg images of the works you like to show: include title, year, dimension, material, & price
- Jpegs must not exceed 2mb
Local Project takes a 30% fee if your work is sold during the run of the online exhibition. Sales will be finalized at the end of the exhibition.
Send all above mentioned items to firstname.lastname@example.org / please write “WORKS ON PAPER” in the subject.
*Juan Hinojosa is a mixed-media artist who currently lives and works in New York. Hinojosa received his BFA from Parsons School of Design and was awarded residencies at Material for the Arts (New York), the Vermont Studio Center (Vermont), and Aljira Center for Contemporary Art (New Jersey). Two-time winner of the Queens Council on the Arts’ New Works Grant. His work has been featured in The New York Times, the Woodside Herald, and Open House New York. Hinojosa’s solo exhibitions include “Blonde Ambition” at Materials for the Arts (New York), “Ready for Their Stones” at the Allegra LaViola Gallery (New York), and he was part of the 2011 Biennial at El Museo del Barrio (New York)