International Deadline: April 28, 2018 – Techne is a
juried exhibition examining the relationship between art and science as
methods of making sense of the world around us.
Participating artists are asked to create an original piece of
artwork in any medium that is related to science in some aspect.
Examples include (but are not limited to) a new artistic technique in
relation to a scientific study or theory, the use of non traditional
materials in the creation of a piece, or the exploration of a scientific
notion in the process of making. The goal should be a pursuit of new
concepts and technologies, within science and art together, to
fundamentally change how we perceive our experience and/or reality.
This is a juried visual art competition and exhibition that is open to
two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and digital artists, with no age
restrictions (under 18 year old applicants will need a parent or
guardian’s consent and signature on the back of this form to apply),
working in any medium, including painting, drawing, printmaking, metal
or wood working, photography, sculpture, etching, video, etc. The medium
is pretty much wide open, however performance art is not an acceptable
medium for this exhibition. Work may not exceed the size of 35” wide x
82” high unless it can be broken down and re-assembled within the
gallery. (Basically if we can’t get it through our front door, we cannot
First Prize – $250 and 2019 exhibition at Arthaus Projects. Second Prize
– $150. Third Prize – $75. All entries that are not selected for the
exhibition will be displayed as part of an online exhibition.
Artists may submit up to three (3) works for the non-refundable fee of $25 or (1) work for the non-refundable fee of $10.
All entries must be submitted electronically.
No physical work will be accepted for the initial jurying process.
Exhibition inclusions will be juried from digital media, so quality is
The Gallery will take 30% commission on sale of work. All sales inquiries will be handled through the gallery.
Arthaus Projects, a new, non-profit artspace developed by the founder of
Converge Gallery. Inspired by the Staatliches Bauhaus (commonly known
as Bauhaus), a German art school that famously combined crafts and fine
arts teaching with an emphasis on design, Arthaus Projects strives to
make fine, contemporary art accessible to the local community. More than
that, Arthaus Projects seeks to provide community education through
exhibitions, colloquia and collaborative projects. Arthaus Projects
takes a project-based approach to our exhibitions combining interactive
exhibits (such as artist talks and live demonstrations) with traditional
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