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2023 Focus Exhibition: Alpine & Riverine

JUROR: William L. Coleman, Ph.D. Wyeth Foundation Curator and Director of the Wyeth Study Center

ONLINE APPLICATION DATES: January 17 – February 24, 2023

ARTIST NOTIFICATION: March 13, 2023

DROP OFF DATES: 4/16, 5-7 OR 4/17, 9-1

EXHIBITION DATES: April 21 – June 4, 2023

OPENING EVENT: Saturday, April 22, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

PICKUP DATES: 6/4, 5-7 OR 6/5, 9-1

EXHIBITION will be held in the Main Gallery of WAAM

ABOUT THE CALL FOR ENTRIES: Alpine & Riverine takes its direction from the deep and diverse legacy of artistic practice engaged with the natural world that has existed for millenia within a 50-mile radius of what is now Woodstock, from the heights of the Catskill Mountains to “The River that Flows Both Ways.” This exhibition seeks artists who work with landscape or natural imagery and are finding fresh inspiration and insight in these fragile ecosystems in a time of climate crisis.

Format:

  • Open to all artists within 50 miles of WAAM
  • 8-10 artists, 2-6 works each
  • Artists will submit up to 6 jpgs/pngs/mp3/mov files of works for the juror’s      consideration. All media are welcome
  • Artists must have means to transport the work to and from WAAM
  • Artists receive 60% of sales during the run of the exhibition. WAAM retains 40% of      sales.

Submission fees:

  • $35  Application Fee for non-members
  • Members apply for free
  • All  submissions welcome. If you are unable to remit the full fee due to financial hardship please contact us for assistance.

ABOUT THE JUROR: William L. Coleman, Ph.D. is a curator and scholar specializing in landscape art across the centuries and the inaugural Wyeth Foundation Curator and Director of the Andrew & Betsy Wyeth Study Center, based at the Brandywine Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, PA with additional oversight of Wyeth Foundation initiatives at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, ME. Coleman was formerly Director of Collections & Exhibitions at Olana, where he led numerous complex conservation, acquisition, and exhibition projects, including the current show Chasing Icebergs: Art and a Disappearing Landscape, open through March, and Terraforming: Olana’s Historic Photography Collection Unearthed in collaboration with the artist David Hartt, opening in May of this year.

He was previously Associate Curator of American Art at the Newark Museum of Art, taught at Washington University in St. Louis and U.C. Berkeley, and has held long-term research fellowships from the Smithsonian Institution and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Previous juror appointments include the Salmagundi Club, the Sir Denis Mahon Foundation, and the Society of Architectural Historians. He has published a variety of essays, exhibition catalogues, and edited volumes on art, architecture, and music.

ABOUT WAAM: The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, founded in 1919, is a not for profit membership organization. Its mission is to promote and foster the visual arts, art education, and artists through dynamic exhibitions and programs thus enriching and engaging the community. The WAAM is vital to the culture, history, and the economy of the mid-Hudson region and beyond; its Contemporary Galleries, Permanent Collection, Archives and Education Programs provide continuity, linking the past, present and future.

Questions? Email Elizabeth@woodstockart.org.

$35.00

This application is for non-members only. If you are a WAAM member, please select the Members slot. If you wish to join WAAM, click here: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E334479&id=26

$35.00

This application form is for non-members. If you are a member, please use the members form. 

If you would like to join WAAM, click here to apply: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E334479&id=26

2023 Focus Exhibition: Alpine & Riverine

JUROR: William L. Coleman, Ph.D. Wyeth Foundation Curator and Director of the Wyeth Study Center

ONLINE APPLICATION DATES: January 17 – February 24, 2023

ARTIST NOTIFICATION: March 13, 2023

DROP OFF DATES: 4/16, 5-7 OR 4/17, 9-1

EXHIBITION DATES: April 21 – June 4, 2023

OPENING EVENT: Saturday, April 22, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

PICKUP DATES: 6/4, 5-7 OR 6/5, 9-1

EXHIBITION will be held in the Main Gallery of WAAM

ABOUT THE CALL FOR ENTRIES: Alpine & Riverine takes its direction from the deep and diverse legacy of artistic practice engaged with the natural world that has existed for millenia within a 50-mile radius of what is now Woodstock, from the heights of the Catskill Mountains to “The River that Flows Both Ways.” This exhibition seeks artists who work with landscape or natural imagery and are finding fresh inspiration and insight in these fragile ecosystems in a time of climate crisis.

Format:

  • Open to all artists within 50 miles of WAAM
  • 8-10 artists, 2-6 works each
  • Artists will submit up to 6 jpgs/pngs/mp3/mov files of works for the juror’s consideration. All media are welcome
  • Artists must have means to transport the work to and from WAAM
  • Artists receive 60% of sales during the run of the exhibition. WAAM retains 40% of      sales.

Submission fees:

  • $35 Application Fee for non-members
  • Members apply for free
  • All submissions welcome. If you are unable to remit the full fee due to financial hardship please contact us for assistance.

ABOUT THE JUROR: William L. Coleman, Ph.D. is a curator and scholar specializing in landscape art across the centuries and the inaugural Wyeth Foundation Curator and Director of the Andrew & Betsy Wyeth Study Center, based at the Brandywine Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, PA with additional oversight of Wyeth Foundation initiatives at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, ME. Coleman was formerly Director of Collections & Exhibitions at Olana, where he led numerous complex conservation, acquisition, and exhibition projects, including the current show Chasing Icebergs: Art and a Disappearing Landscape, open through March, and Terraforming: Olana’s Historic Photography Collection Unearthed in collaboration with the artist David Hartt, opening in May of this year.

He was previously Associate Curator of American Art at the Newark Museum of Art, taught at Washington University in St. Louis and U.C. Berkeley, and has held long-term research fellowships from the Smithsonian Institution and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Previous juror appointments include the Salmagundi Club, the Sir Denis Mahon Foundation, and the Society of Architectural Historians. He has published a variety of essays, exhibition catalogues, and edited volumes on art, architecture, and music.

ABOUT WAAM: The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, founded in 1919, is a not for profit membership organization. Its mission is to promote and foster the visual arts, art education, and artists through dynamic exhibitions and programs thus enriching and engaging the community. The WAAM is vital to the culture, history, and the economy of the mid-Hudson region and beyond; its Contemporary Galleries, Permanent Collection, Archives and Education Programs provide continuity, linking the past, present and future.

Questions? Email Elizabeth@woodstockart.org.

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum