Call for Entries – Cafe Aion Boulder
Cafe Aion in Boulder is seeking two-dimensional artwork for display in their cafe in University Hill – Extended Through September 30 2016
- Two-month solo exhibit spots available from November 2016 to October 2017
- Deadline for submissions: September 30, 2016
- Acceptance notification by: October 15, 2016
The Boulder Art Association (BAA) is seeking two-dimensional artwork for display at Cafe Aion in University Hill in Boulder, COl. There is no fee for entry. All BAA members are welcome to submit. Artists will be selected by a jury panel chosen by BAA. The owner of Café Aion, Dakota Soifer, has the final decision on which of the selected artists’s works will be displayed.
Months Available for Shows:
- November-December 2016
- January-February 2017
- March-April 2017
- May-June 2017
- July-August 2017
- September-October 201
Submission is via email to email@example.com. Submit 3-6 digital images of original 2-D artworks with name, title, size and medium on each image. Images must be in jpeg format (try to keep each image file size under 600 kilobytes). Please put “Café Aion Submission” in the subject line of your email. Also include artist’s website if available and/or Bio.
Acceptance notification will be emailed by October 15, 2016. Please see Guidelines and Agreement.
There is no commission fee. The artist handles any sales. Interested buyers will contact the artist directly.
Each artist may arrange a reception hosted by Café Aion. (Café Aion is happy to offer happy hour pricing for drinks and tapas!)
Artists will need to assist with installation.
Artists will notify BAA at least a month in advance of scheduled show if he/she has to cancel.
Participation in this public venue exhibition automatically assumes the artist waives any claims of damage or theft against Café Aion, BAA, or its coordinator(s). You may consider purchasing insurance to protect against loss. Artists give Café Aion and BAA permission to use images of the submitted artworks for show publicity.
For questions about this exhibit, please contact Xenia Sease at 303-499-7701 or firstname.lastname@example.org