Manitou Art Center

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Call For Art: The 12 Principles

“The 12 Principles” is an open submission juried exhibition exploring permaculture and sustainability through the perspective of the artist. It is happening in conjunction with “The Season of Common Sense” a solo-exhibition featuring the works of Craig Cantrell. Craig’s work focuses the light on the 12 guiding principles of permaculture and relates elements of sustainability, reuse, and environmental stewardship. We are inviting and encouraging all artists who work with these themes, from creating re/upcycled art to documenting environmental change,  to submit work for the exhibition. Details below.

Dates of Exhibit: 9/12/13-10/19/13 Opening: 9/12/13 5-9pm

Media accepted: All 2-D works and Small 3-D works

Guest Juror: Craig Cantrell

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Notification of acceptance: Thursday September 5th

Entry fees and commission: $10 entry fee per piece. 30% commission.

Email patrick@thebac.org with any additional questions.