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An art installation by Kaitlyn Dunn was selected by juror Warren Lehrer to be featured
in ArtLab for the 32nd Annual Juried Student Exhibition. (Stay tuned for details to
be released soon!)
Artists may now submit for the Spring 2016 ArtLab award appointment.
deadline is 5pm, December 5th, 2014. The winning proposal receives an honorarium of
$250, museum sponsored online publicity on AMUM's .edu website and our social media
presences (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Vimeo). Your ArtLab opening reception will
share the larger reception of AMUM's new exhibition opening, which will add to the
abundance of viewers who will see your work in addition to the viewers you bring in
through your own publicity and the aforementioned publicity offered by AMUM's Media
Specialist. However, the highest incentive is the opportunity, for emerging and established
artists alike, to showcase your most experimental artwork installation within a dedicated
museum space. ArtLab offers all the benefits of exhibiting within a museum environment,
which includes track lighting options, multiple electrical outlets, and a protected
camera surveilled setting. Your work will be secure within the safe climate controlled
museum as priceless artifacts and contemporary exhibitions.
ArtLab Space Dimensions:
485 square ft, 87 running ft, and 10 ft ceiling.
About ArtLab: The Experimental Art Space
ArtLab is intended to be a space for new, experimental, unreviewed, non-mainstream,
and otherwise under-represented work that demonstrates the potential to broaden boundaries
for the understanding of expression and ideas. Download the prospectus below, and
please note that artists who exceed the minimal requirements of the prospectus will
fair better than artists with proposals that are too vague.) Please note that travel
and shipping expenses are not covered by the museum and are the responsibility of
the exhibiting ArtLab artist. Therefore, while this call is open to all artists, nevertheless,
it is necessary for the artist to deliver and install his/ her own work or have an
appointed installer or representative who can install your work to your specifications.
The Museum Media Specialist will assist in the installation, but the artist should
be involved physically as well as through blueprint. In short, it is advantageous
to local artists to apply, and yet any artists with the energy and ambition to make
it happen is eligible.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK
(By mail or in person by dropping off to the front desk at
AMUM with the following labeling.)
ArtLab Selection's Committee Chair
The Art Museum of The University of Memphis
142 CFA Building
Memphis, TN 38152
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED
Now accepting electronic submissions: Send your submission to email@example.com
directly through e-mail if under 15mb or to the above e-mail address through yousendit.com
if between 15mb and 50mb or wetranfer.com
if under 2 gigabytes. Your submission e-mail's subject should state ArtLab Proposal
Period/ Fall, Spring, or Summer.
Precautions: Please note that certain substances are not allowed within The Art Museum
of The University of Memphis due to safety precautions and equally important due to
the protection of all art and artifacts housed within the museum. Therefore, do not
submit proposals that include fog machines, water vapor or any other vapor, sparks,
fire, weapons, or anything that could hurt another human being.In short, make sure
your art proposes an idea that is safe and produces no harmful circumstances that
could jeopardize any of the other artworks in the museum. With the aforementioned
stated, now let your imagination run wild.
Artists interested in showing their work in this space may download the ArtLab prospectus.