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16th Annual RITES OF PASSAGE

National Emerging Artists Exhibition

Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center   /   Deadline: 03/22/20

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The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites students and the recently graduated in regional, national, and international college undergraduate programs to show us what they have achieved, bring it off campus, and share it with our international viewing public. To date Manifest has exhibited student works representing over 200 different academic institutions.

We believe there exists tremendous unexposed potential among people pursuing degrees in the visual arts. Revealing artists and new work to the public is part of our non-profit mission!

This exhibit will feature the best work from artists about to receive or recently awarded an undergraduate degree from a regional, national, or international college art or design program. All entrants must have received or be scheduled to receive a college undergraduate degree in 2019, 2020, or 2021, and provide a current academic reference's contact info.

Location

Manifest Gallery2727 Woodburn AvenueCincinnati, OH 45206

Fees

$25 for one entry, $40 for two to four entries, and $5 per each additional entry.

Eligibility

Open to Juniors, Seniors and Recent Undergrads

Requirements

To view the full prospectus and entry form visit http://www.manifestgallery.org/rites.

Email info@manifestgallery.org with questions.

Awards

$500 BEST OF SHOW AWARD

Contact Information

Erin Corley
2727 Woodburn Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45206

P: 513-861-3638
W: http://www.manifestgallery.org/rites
E: erin@manifestgallery.org

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