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Call For Artists – The Intersection of Art + Math exhibit

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    Schack Art Center is seeking artwork that incorporates mathematical concerts or ideas for the exhibit: The Intersection of Art & Math. The exhibit opens with a reception on April 26 from 5-8pm and runs through June 2, 2018.

    This exhibit also coincides with the Schack’s “Art Education in Action” program, where over 3,000 children, third through seventh grade, will be led through the gallery on a docent tour, do a hands-on project and observe artists-in-action during the month of May.

    Examples of artwork with math themes include – quilts, patterned prints, calligraphy, origami, mosaics, glass, ceramics, sculpture, etc. – any art form that uses or features math concepts. Artists must be able to explain how math was used in creating the work. We are also seeking artists interested in participating in the hands-on projects or being an artist-in-action (for a stipend) during student field trips.

    All artwork must be for sale (unless an exception is made by the gallery director) with the gallery receiving a 40% commission.

    Artwork delivery dates: April 15 &16. Artwork Pick-up Dates: June 3 & 4. Artists may submit up to twelve digital images of relevant work by March 28. Digital images should be JPEGS sized to 4″ x 5″, 300 dpi and in PC compatible format. Email images (including how math was applied, media, title, and dimensions – H x W x D) to Carie Collver at [email protected], or send a CD (will not be returned), Attn: Math Exhibit, 2921 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA 98201.

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