Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Art of Sushi: Call for Art Work Submissions

Submission Information

Group Show: "The Art of Sushi"
March 8 - 29, 2015 at South Coast Repertory (art will be shown in conjunction with the world premiere play, tokyo fish story, by Kimber Lee.)
  1. Entry Fee: none!
  2. Dimensions: 6” x 6” flat
  3. Media: Any medium will be considered, including—but not limited to—drawing, painting, collage, photography and mixed media, etc will be considered.
  4. Sales: artist’s website will be listed with art. Sales to be handled by artist. Artists should provide name, title of the artwork, contact information and website address if applicable. The information will be used to create an information card that will be displayed near the artwork.
  5. Work must be ready to hang.* 
  6. Delivery: by March 4
*Work must be delivered ready-to-hang with wires or other suitable method. 

Work may be brought to South Coast Repertory—655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, Calif. 92626. Drop off at the reception desk at doors marked "Administration." Submissions by mail also will be accepted. Send to the attention of “The Art of Sushi.”

Work deemed unsafe or not ready-to-hang will not be accepted. Work will be curated by SCR.

Works may be picked up from SCR during the week of April 6-10, 2015, after the show, tokyo fish story, closes. SCR will not be responsible for works left unclaimed.
South Coast Repertory invites artists to submit works inspired by the art of sushi-making. You may submit one work, or an entire collection. Our goal is to curate an eclectic mix of works by Southern Californian artists during the run of the world premiere of tokyo fish story by Kimber Lee. Each participating artist will receive two tickets to see tokyo fish story. Bring in your best—impress us with your creativity and interpret sushi as art.

Artist agrees that display of the work in this exhibition is at the artist's own risk. SCR is not responsible for any loss or damage arising from, connected with or related to theft, fire, vandalism, negligence, defamation, negligent display, water, flood or natural disasters. Artist hereby indemnifies and holds harmless, and agrees to defend SCR against any claims or demands arising out of or related to injury or damage caused by the work, or from claims of infringement. Artist is responsible for obtaining insurance to cover damage to the works from any cause.

Artist contact information (email, mailing address, phone) is only held for the purpose of contacting selected artists. All artist emails will be added to our future events announcement email list. If you do not wish to be on the email list, click the unsubscribe button when you receive the first announcement and you will no longer receive SCR emails.

By submitting works to "The Art of Sushi," artist agrees to the rules set forth herein.

Have questions? Contact us.

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