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TAPPED

Works by Artists and their Current or Former Instructors

Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center   /   Deadline: 10/06/19

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The Cincinnati based non-profit arts organization and gallery, Manifest, invites visual artists to submit works of art by current or former artist/teacher pairs.

The relationship between artists and their current or former instructors can be a powerful one. Even when this bond is left unstated, we carry our professors' voices forward in time as we mature as artists and people. Out of respect for this artist-teacher bond, and in honor of instructors working hard to help artists tap into a higher mind relative to art and life, we offer TAPPED every year, an annual exhibit that presents paired works of art by current or former artist/teacher pairs.

Submission to this exhibit may be initiated by either party. Artists will seek out an instructor who has been a key teacher to them or whose work they particularly respect and 'tap' them to participate in this project submission.

Location

Manifest Gallery2727 Woodburn AvenueCincinnati, OH 45206

Fees

$40 for up to FOUR entries submitted. $5 per each additional entry.

Requirements

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

Awards

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/tapped
E: erin@manifestgallery.org

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