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ANNUAL JURIED SHOW 2018
Juried Exhibition | On View November 9 – January 4
Submission Deadline: OCTOBER 15, 2018
This exhibition celebrates art in all its forms, showcasing submissions that have been hand-picked by our juror(s) from the local community and beyond. We welcome submissions in any medium for display in our galleries this fall.
SUBMISSION FEE: $15/work for up to 3 works (Members FREE)
SUBMISSIONS: Images are submitted digitally, along with specifications of physical work. (Title, Year, Medium, Dimensions, Price) Selected artists are responsible for framing/preparing their work for exhibition, and dropping off at or mailing to (with return label) the Art Center for hanging/installation.
Pictured: Dark Moon Rising, John Fansmith, Garden Party, Callie Connors
SOLO SERIES REVIEW 2018-19
Gallery Exhibitions | Fall 2018-Summer 2019
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 21, 2018
Our Solo Series offers artists the opportunity to show a body of work in an individual gallery. Each season, AAC’s exhibition program features national and regional artists in our gallery spaces, as well as related programs such as lectures, public forums, and workshops designed to involve audiences in the experience.
View our Exhibition Archives to see past exhibitions and artists selected at AAC.
SUBMISSION FEE: $40/$10 Members
SUBMISSION INFO: Image(s) and specifications of work (Title, Year, Medium, Dimensions, Price) for 6-10 works, a bio, and an artist statement.
Pictured: Heather Ujiie, Christina Orthwein
AMERICA, THE WORLD
Juried Photo Exhibition | June 15 – July 27
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MAY 8, 2018 at midnight
The U.S., more than any other nation, is a melting pot of different cultures. Our modern America was born out of diverse immigration, and has continued to be a destination and safe haven for many in countries all across the globe to settle themselves and their families. There’s a feeling of belonging to one’s own tribe–ethnic, religious, or otherwise–as well as being a part of the overall fabric of America, stitched together by core beliefs of freedom, opportunity, and equality. This diversity of ideas and cultures has been what makes this country extraordinary, inspiring, different, and beautiful, even as we struggle with the division and conflict they have wrought.
Abington Art Center invites artists to submit their photography that responds to or incorporates this theme. This exhibition will run this summer concurrently to our annual World Music Concert Series as well as a planned Weaving Public Threads community talk focused around the topic of immigration.
Ron Tarver received a BA in Journalism and Graphic Arts from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and an MFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He is Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Swarthmore College. Before joining the faculty at Swarthmore he had been a staff photojournalist at The Philadelphia Inquirer for 32 years where he shares a 2012 Pulitzer Prize. While at the Inquirer he was nominated for three additional Pulitzers and honored with awards from World Press Photos and the Sigma Delta Chi Award of the Society of Professional Journalists among others. He is co-author of the book We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans, published by Harper Collins.
Tarver is recipient of the prestigious Pew Fellowship in the Arts. He has received funding and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Independence Foundation. His fine art work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is included in many museums, corporate and private collections including the National Museum of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, Philadelphia Museum of Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem.
SUBMISSION FEE: $30 for up to 2 works (Members FREE)
SUBMISSIONS: Images are submitted digitally, along with specifications of physical work. (Title, Year, Medium, Dimensions, Price) Selected artists are responsible for printing and framing their work, and dropping off at or mailing to (with return label) the Art Center for hanging.
Pictured: Courage of the Dragon & Philly Celebrates New Year, John Stritzinger