Posted on June 5, 2020
About the Triangle Community Artists Gallery partnership:
The Durham Art Guild and Triangle Community Foundation are excited to continue a partnership that brings local, curated art to the Foundation’s offices located on the 2nd floor of The Frontier at Research Triangle Park. The Triangle Community Artists Gallery, housed within the Foundation’s office space, will host juried artwork from local artists for periods of six months at a time using art to spark dialogue and civic engagement. This region has a rich and vibrant arts community and we believe that this partnership is an opportunity to showcase and connect local artists with our community in a meaningful way.
|For an online browse of the current exhibition “In Front of the Mirror” and an interview with the artist, Lakeshia Reid, you can visit this blog post from the Triangle Community Foundation – LINK HERE.|
• Lakeshia Reid: Fine Artist, Triangle Community Artists Gallery Alum
• Sarah Guidi: Sarah is a Program Officer at Triangle Community Foundation and manages the Cultural Arts focus area.
• Bernard Hsu: Bernard is a supporter of the arts in the Triangle and a fundholder at Triangle Community Foundation.
• Jaki Shelton Green: Jaki is the ninth North Carolina Poet Laureate and a member of the North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame.
• Rafael A. Osuba: Rafael is a “cultural producer, visual artist, narrator, defender of the arts, author, editor, mentor and self-proclaimed Quixote”.
AWARDS & BENEFITS
A $1,000 honorarium will be given to each of the selected artists through this partnership for 2020-2021. One of the artists will be also be recognized as a Kathryn H. Wallace Award winner which recognizes a local artist who has “through his or her art and/or other activities, made a significant contribution to the local community”. We are thrilled to report that this stipend continues as part of this partnership with the Triangle Community Foundation, which embodies a deeper commitment to supporting artists financially through these opportunities.
Hundreds of business leaders, local philanthropists, nonprofit executives, and board members from across the region and beyond visit the Foundation’s office and gallery throughout the year. Triangle Community Foundation is also wishing to grow their private art collection and make purchases, at their discretion, from the Triangle Community Artists Gallery. There is potential for exhibiting artists to have a work of art purchased from the exhibition for this collection.
ABOUT THE SPACE & EXHIBITION SCHEDULING
The Triangle Community Artists Gallery features up to 120 linear feet of hanging space (edge to edge) spread through the main entrance, select hallways, and three conference rooms of their private office space. The available hanging space for each cycle will be given to one artist.
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2020 at 11:59pm (Now extended to June 22)
Notification: July 1, 2020
First exhibition cycle
Exhibit dates: August 5, 2020 – February 2, 2021
Reception: September 2020
Second exhibition cycle
Exhibit dates: February 5 – July 27, 2021
Reception: April 2021
Please be sure to read through the full call for art document with additional info and submission details linked via the button below. If you have additional questions about this opportunity contact email@example.com.