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satellite art show + treat gallery

exhibit with us in austin, texas

treat gallery + satellite art show   /   Deadline: 02/25/19

treat gallery, based in New York City, is excited to review your work for consideration for Satellite Art Show during SXSW. Your work would be shown at the fair March 13th - 17th.

Our treat america project was an elaborate 2018 fundraiser where one user per state took over the @treatamericaproject instagram handle and posted one image a day for a week. Each user selected a state affiliated nonprofit or charity to benefit from sales. The exhibition premiered at Foley Gallery on January 9th, 2019 and will continue to travel.

Your work will be shown alongside this project (which was curated by Jon Feinstein and Jamie Martinez) along with 3-4 other artists. We are in search of work that touches the idea of America, Americans (conceptually or content-wise) and what that means today.

Application Instructions:
By paying the application fee, you will be exempt from paying future call for entry fees throughout 2020. You may submit up to 5 images. Deadline is February 25th, 2019.

Please apply by filling out the form below:

https://www.jotform.com/treatgallery/satelliteapplication

Please reach out to us directly at info@treatgallery.org with any questions or concerns.

Location

Austin, TX

Fees

$15-$40

Eligibility

Must be 18+

Requirements

Must be 18+

Evaluation Criteria

We're open to all mediums of work for this exciting art fair, which will take place during SXSW. Work that is priced under $800 is ideal, as this fair attracts young buyers, but we are open to all possibilities.

Contact Information

Jordan
New York, NY

P: 203-54-treat
W: www.treatgallery.org
E: info@treatgallery.org

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