Art sought for ‘Faces: Knowing What It’s Like To Be Human’ exhibit


ROME — The Rome Art and Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., is seeking art for an upcoming exhibit.

“Faces: Knowing What It’s Like To Be Human” is an open-call, non-juried, salon-style group exhibition open to art in a variety of mediums including sculpture, ceramics, glasswork, and photography. Local and regional artists are invited to participate. The exhibit will be on display June 2 through July 1.

The exhibition is limited to 30 pieces of art and will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Participation is open to any living artist 18 years of age and older. All entries must be original works of art. Artists can submit a maximum of four pieces of work for the exhibit. All hanging artwork is limited to maximum dimensions of 36 x 48 inches, including frame.

Artwork must be delivered and mailed or late work will not be accepted. All works must be ready for hanging/ display at the time of delivery. (i.e. properly wired for hanging, clean, etc.) Wall art must be properly framed or ready for presentation if not framed. Wires should not extend beyond top of frame as they cannot show during exhibition, no clip frames.

Be prepared with information about your work to fill out a Loan Agreement at time of delivery. The information required includes artist name, address, phone, title, year, media, dimensions (including frame), and price. Please use a removable sticker or post-it note to label your work on the front, so it will be easy for us to identify when hanging your labels. RACC will retain a 30% commission on artwork sold during the exhibition. No work may be removed prior to the closing date of the exhibition.

To submit work for consideration, e-mail photos of your work to Deadline is Friday, May 20. For more information, call 315-336-1040.


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