Fresh 2017 Juried Show
will be the Inaugural Exhibition for the new home of SBC in South LA:
SBC SOLA GALLERY 3718 West Slauson Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90043
Prospectus / Entry Form
Re: Fresh, 2017 Juried by Fatemeh Burnes and Peter Frank
Show runs: March 2 – April 15, 2017
Deadline for submission: February 1, 2017
Notification of accepted work: February 11, 2017
Drop off Dates (accepted work): February 26, 2017 (Shipped work must arrive by 4 pm on Feb 26, 2017)
Exhibition at South Bay Contemporary SOLA GALLERY: 3718 West Slauson Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90043
Artist Reception: March 4, 2017, 3 – 6 pm
Pick up dates: April 16, 11 – 2 pm
Awards: to be announced
Format for entries: jpgs no larger than 2 MB
Label jpg with: artist name_date_title_media_size hxwxd
Email entries to: Southbaycontemporary@gmail.com / Subject line: Re: Fresh 2017
Entry Fee: $35 for three entries. $10 each additional entry. No limit (Entry fees are non refundable)
Pay Entry fee: By Pay Pal below or mail check made out to SBC (Your entry fee will be considered a donation to in support of South Bay Contemporary, non profit art organization.)
mail to: Peggy Sivert Zask re: “Fresh 2017, South Bay Contemporary (office), 96 Narcissa Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes, Ca 90275
Eligibility and Requirements:
Open to all artists, All media is accepted.
Works must not have been shown previously at South Bay Contemporary and must have been made within the past year.
Wall pieces must be ready for hanging with wire securely attached to back.
Gallery wrapped canvases are fine.
Artwork must remain in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition.
All artwork will be for sale with a 60 % to artist / 40 % to SBC
Entry form (below) must accompany entries and is required.
RETURN SHIPPING: Unsold artwork will be returned with your prepaid shipping label.
If shipping label is not prepaid, work will be returned COD.
Works not picked up or by April 16 or otherwise arranged for, will be charged a $10 handling and storage fee per week.
About the Jurors
Fatemeh Burnes has served as gallery director and curator as well as full-time professor of drawing and design at Mt. San Antonio College. She is also a practicing artist.
Peter Frank is an American art critic, curator, and poet who lives and works in Los Angeles