OPEN CALL for ART deadline June 10: http://www.entrythingy.com
Open call for ART – Pulse of LA 2019
Sponsored by the So. California Women’s Caucus for Art (SCWCA)
Juried by Holly Tempo (see bio below)
Open to Southern California artists only; need not be a member of SCWCA.
This exhibition aims to represent women artists who are truly in touch with the rhythms and diversity of the city of Los Angeles. Their artwork makes visible the very fluid and complex identity of Southern California. The exhibition will be widely publicized through social media. Submissions are open to all self-identified women artists.
Entry: 3 images per entry Fee: $15 for SCWCA members / $30 for non-members
Selected works will be on display at SoLA Gallery, 3718 West Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90043
Hand delivery of art only.
On-display: July 6-27, 2019
Submission Deadline: June 10, 2019
Notifications: June 17, 2019
Delivery to gallery: June 30, 2019
Artists Reception: July 6, 2019
About the juror
Holly Tempo, who received an MFA from the Claremont Graduate University, is known for her paintings and site-specific works. With an active professional career that spans over 25 years, the artist has shown at a variety of venues including at LAUNCH LA, the LA Art Show, LAMAG at Barnsdall Art Park, California African American Museum, Feral Projects, Residency Art Gallery, SBC SoLA, The Nook Gallery, West LA College, Molly Barnes Gallery, Autonomie Projects, LACMA Art & Film Lab, 2A Gallery, POST, LACE, Irvine FA Center, LAX and Ontario Airports, Beacon Gallery, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Angels Gate Cultural Center, Self Help Graphics & Arts, Beyond Baroque, William Grant Still Art Center, Rio Hondo Art Gallery, Luckman FA Center, Track 16 Gallery, Riverside Art Museum, Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Frumkin/Duval Gallery, Kohn Turner Gallery, Huntington Beach Art Center, San Bernardino County Museum of Art; and internationally in Ecuador, France, Great Britain, India, Israel, Panama, Spain, and The Netherlands.
Tempo served as faculty in the Fine Arts Department at Otis College of Art & Design for 16 years before embarking on a freelance career in 2017. The artist, born in Minneapolis, maintains a studio in Inglewood, California. She is a 2012 recipient of a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and in 2017 was selected by the City of Inglewood to do a collaborative series of public artworks as part of the Inglewood Growing Artists Performed Projects (I-GAPP) Program.