CALL FOR ENTRY
THE FASA ANNUAL ART SHOW
Say Sí – 1518 S. Alamo, San Antonio 78204-1763
Entry submissions October 3- October 28, 2016
Show goes up on November 22, 2016
Opening reception December 2, 2016
Show closes December 16, 2016
Marilyn Lanfear – Juror
Requirements & Entry Format
- The only size limitation of work, is that it fits through the door. Free standing 3D art and wearables are encouraged. Pedestals are available There are electrical outlets available for any lighted work.
- All entries will be juried by digital photographs. Each entry MUST have two JPEG (.jpeg) images, one full shot and one detail shot. Each entry must be labeled with the title of the work and the dimension of the work. Each entry must be at least 300 dpi and no larger than 7” in any direction.
- FASA may use submitted digital images for publicity and exhibit promotion unless permission is denied in a written statement submitted to FASA at the time of entry submission.
- All selected entries must remain hanging for the entire duration of the show, November 22, 2016 through December 17, 2016.
- All entries must be properly prepared for hanging or displaying. If special hanging or display instructions are required, they must be included. The hanging representatives have the right to reject any entry not properly prepared for hanging.
- Each accepted piece should be labeled with the name of the artist and title of the piece.
Pieces that do not meet these requirements will not be considered for display.
Online Entry Forms available HERE
Download the printable PDF Entry Form HERE
$30 entry fee for members, $35 entry fee for non members. Note: PayPal entry fees are $32.00 (members) and $37.00 (non-members).
Proceeds from works sold at the show – 60% artists……40% Say Si
About the Juror – Marilyn Lanfear
I am a visual storyteller who translates personal family stories into a common mythology of family generational connections.
I use wood, stone, paper, buttons – the concept determines the media. I use objects of material culture – cast iron beds, cook tables, cotton gin weights. I use words – embroidered on towels, burned into chairs, stenciled on window shades. I use whatever is needed to tell my story. Subtle elements like the pattern of wallpaper, the use of traditional milk paint, or folded clothes rendered in stone, load the images with irony and symbolism not repeated in the oral tradition. I am a visual storyteller. Narrative is the moving force of my visual language with the history of my Texas family as the core.
Image are from: http://www.marilynlanfear.com/