Call for Entries: Fine Art Postcard Exhibit, SPSCC

The Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts Gallery at South Puget Sound Community College seeks submissions for its third annual Fine Art Postcard Exhibit. For a $5.00 entry fee, artists may submit up to five postcard-sized original artworks relating to the theme “It’s the Water”. Postcards will be exhibited from January 13 – February 21, 2014 and sold by auction to support gallery programming.

Artwork Guidelines

Artwork must measure 4 x 6 inches and be on a stiff material such as matt board, cardstock, foam core, thin wood panel, or canvas board. 3-D work is acceptable with the base of the work measuring 4×6 inches in size. (ex pop up art, small sculptures etc)

Please confine artwork to the front of the postcard and place the artist’s name, media and email address and/or website on the back of the card. We will use email to contact the artists to invite them to the opening reception and other Gallery events.

All submitted work must be original artwork created by the artist. (No reproductions). Please Do Not frame or matt the artwork. No artwork returned. Submitted artwork becomes the property of the Kenneth J Minnaert Center for the Arts Gallery. Images of artwork may be used to promote the current or future postcard exhibits.

To participate in the Fine Art Postcard Exhibit

Hand deliver or send an envelope with an entry fee of $5 cash or check payable to “SPSCC Foundation” and up to five postcard entries to:

The Art Gallery
Kenneth J Minnaert Center for the Arts
South Puget Sound Community College
2011 Mottman Road SW
Olympia, WA 98512-6292
Entry Deadline: November 30, 2013

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