INCREDIBLE CLAY; FEATS OF POLYMER the show will go on!

INCREDIBLE CLAY; FEATS OF POLYMER the show will go on!

Post by rr54 » Sat, 01 Jan 2000 04:00:00



Subject: INCREDIBLE CLAY; FEATS OF POLYMER

Please pass this on to your members.  Thanks, Elaine Langsner

           December 1999

           To Polymer Clay Explorers, Experts and Experimenters.

You are invited to apply for participation in a juried Polymer Clay
exhibition sponsored by The Bead Museum, Glendale AZ. and the Arizona
Polymer
Clay Guild.
The exhibit will run from September 23rd  2000, to January 15th 2001.
Please let your members know of this event and feel free to reproduce,
distribute or post the enclosed prospectus for anyone who may be interested.

Cheryl Cobern-Browne
Director, The Bead Museum

APPLICATION for POLYMER CLAY JURIED EXHIBIT

NAME______________________________________________________

ADDRESS___________________________________________________

CITY__________________________STATE_________ZIP__________

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                          Prospectus
                    Juried Polymer Clay Exhibit

                       INCREDIBLE CLAY: FEATS OF POLYMER
                          September 23rd, 2000 to January 15th, 2001

ELIGIBILITY
Original polymer clay beads, jewelry made with beads and anything else that
features beads will be considered on the basis of technical excellence and
creative strength.
Works for the exhibit will be selected in June, 2000. There is no entry fee.
There will be a 20% commission on all work that is for sale after the show.

JURORS
Jamey Allen:       Pioneer in the field of Polymer Art. Widely recognized
for
his diverse techniques and styles.  Author of Five Directions in
Polymer. Curator of The Bead Museum

Elaine Langsner: President, Arizona Polymer Clay Guild. Member National
Polymer Clay Guild. Teacher, exhibitor at The Scottsdale Center for
the Arts.

Dallas Lovett:      Polymer Clay Instructor and Artist. Trade Wind Gallery
owner.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Submit 3 slides and application by JUNE 15th 2000.  They should be
representative of work done within the last two years.  Slides must be
standard 2' x 2', 35mm with plastic or cardboard mounts (no glass).  Send
together in a plastic sheet.  The slide must be labeled with the artist's
name and title of the piece.  The "top" of the slide must also be indicated.
An attachment slide list should include the date the piece was completed,
the
dimension of each piece, and the price if for sale. Mark NFS if it is not
for
sale.

Results of the selection process will be sent to the artists by July 1st
2000. All accepted work must arrive at the museum by September 8th,  2000.
A
SASE is required for the return of the slides. Please indicate if you are
contributing your slides to the museum slide bank library.

Artist will be responsible for the shipping costs to The Bead Museum while
The Bead Museum will cover the return costs including insurance.  All work
is
fully insured while at The Bead Museum.

EXHIBIT CALENDAR:

June 15th, 2000..........Deadline for submitting slides
July 1st,  2000.........Notification of acceptance
September 8th, 2000........Accepted work MUST be at The Bead Museum
September 23rd 2000......Opening reception and public lecture.

Please ask any questions that might concern you and we will attempt to find
the answers for you.

Robin  and Ron