Young Georgia Artists Call for Entries

From Davis Waldron:
"MOCA GA Salutes the Young Movers & Shakers of the Georgia Art Scene" We welcome your nominations of young, emerging Georgia artists for consideration for this upcoming event and show. This exhibition will include a Patrons' Event on Friday, January 31st from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.; the works will continue on display at MOCA GA through March 7, 2009. The wall labels for artists represented by a gallery will include the gallery name and contact information. Entries are due by Friday, November 28th. Please forward artists' resumes and a CD of images by mail to: MOCA GA Submissions c/o Davis Waldron Fine Art The Galleries of Peachtree Hills 425 Peachtree Hills Ave. No 32 Atlanta, GA 30305 davis.waldron@gmail.com To be included, artists must have lived and worked in Georgia for at least one year. They should also be those young, emerging artists whom you feel are contributing to the momentum of the Georgia Art Scene. The co-chairs of the exhibition are Atlanta gallery owners Melanie Davis and Ashley Waldron Hope. Curated by MOCA GA Director Annette Cone-Skelton, the exhibition will serve as an awareness-raiser and fundraiser for the Museum. Selected artists are expected to donate 50% of any resulting sale to MOCA GA. Artists and their galleries are responsible for working out an agreement pursuant to any sales resulting from this exhibition. Upon selection for the exhibition, the work must be delivered (exhibition ready) to MOCA GA by January 26th.
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One Response to “Young Georgia Artists Call for Entries”

  1. Ellen Rennard Says:

    While I’m not from Georgia, so this invitation does not affect me personally, I wonder why this is limited to YOUNG emerging artists. Some artists bloom late and are in need of opportunities just as much as young artists are. A great example in the world of fiction is Harriet Doerr. She finished her Stanford degree at age 67 and won the national book award at age 73. There is enough ageism in the world; why contribute to it?

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