The Cheyenne’s Creative Community (CCC) Art Project will be on display for National Arts Month – October 1-29, 2016, at the Cheyenne Mountain Library. This call is open to all 2D and 3D forms of art created by residents (18 years and older) in the 80905 and 80906 zip codes.
Please submit up to 3 images by Friday, September 2nd and remember that art that is exhibited in any PPLD library gallery must be suitable for all audiences.
Three images per artist. This may be 3 images for 1 piece of artwork, or 3 different images for 3 different pieces. See HOW TO APPLY for image size.
No more than 18” inches overall (height, width, or length). Final measurements must be inclusive of frame, if applicable.
All work selected must be ready for exhibit. 2D work must have secure hanging devices; 3D work must be suitably prepared with instructions for installation. We use an art hanging system with metal rods; art is unable to be directly mounted on to the wall.
All entries must have been conceived and created by the artist submitting the work. The gallery reserves the right to reject work that differs from submitted images.
HOW TO APPLY
Please provide your NAME, EMAIL address (if different from the one you are using to send your images), PHONE number, ADDRESS with ZIP CODE, art medium, and titles (if applicable).
Images must be JPG only, no smaller than 1920 pixels on the longest side, 72 dpi, and no larger than 5 MB.
Each jpg file should be titled with your last name, first initial, ‘underscore’ and the entry number
(i.e. the first image submitted by Mike Smith would be SmithM_1.jpg).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with all required information and files no later than Friday, September 2, 2016.
Whether your piece has been selected or not, notification will be sent to you via email.
Sept. 2: Entry deadline
Sept. 9: Artists notified
Sept. 29-30: Accepted work due in the library
Oct. 1, 2016: Artists’ Reception
Oct. 1 – 29: Exhibition Dates
Call 719-633-6278 or email email@example.com
(Your information will not be shared with anyone other than the Cheyenne Mountain Library staff handling this exhibition).