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MAGNITUDE SEVEN

International Call for Small Works


Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center   /   Deadline: 03/26/19

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The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, presents an open call for small work, 7" or smaller.

Every year Manifest produces an exhibit of little works of art from around the world. Each iteration of the exhibit brings in hundreds of powerful yet diminutive works for our jury to consider. Inevitably this results in a gallery full of diverse, compelling, and exquisite little gems. Manifest's patrons eagerly await the Magnitude SEVEN event each year. This annual project is one of the most varied exhibits in our season. So we are always excited to offer this call to artists to submit works no larger than seven inches in any dimension (any proportion). 



Standard presentation devices like pedestals, mats, and frames that are not considered part of the work of art are not limited by the 7" criteria.

Location

Manifest Gallery2727 Woodburn AvenueCincinnati, OH 45206

Fees

40.00

Eligibility

Unless specified otherwise by the exhibit or project parameters Manifest has no requirements on timeframe when submitted works must have been made.

Requirements

To view the full prospectus or to submit work visit http://www.manifestgallery.org/seven.

Awards

ANNUAL CASH AWARD: The annual Manifest Grand Jury Prize will result in the awarding of one significant cash prize ($2500) to a single work selected as the 'best of the entire season'.

Contact Information

Erin Corley
2727 Woodburn Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45206

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

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