AGH Art Sale
Video courtesy of POV Hamilton and Hamilton Economic Development
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Please read the following carefully to ensure that your application portfolio is complete.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2019
Submissions will be reviewed and juried by an art advisory committee to select approximately 60 artists. We thank everyone for taking the time to make a submission. Successful applicants will be contacted by March 15, 2019.
Submit up to 6 works for consideration via email to Jasmine Lazdins at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details by March 1, 2019.
- Date (preference will be given to works completed in 2018 and 2019)
- Exhibition history (preference will be given to works that have not been previously shown in a retail venue)
- Size (inches, h x w)
- Estimated value
- Electronic image (jpg, 72 dpi, 1000 pixels along longest side, with artwork title in the file name) submitted via email, wetransfer, or dropbox
- Gallery representation (if applicable)
- Instagram (if applicable)
- Website (if applicable)
- 200 word (max.) artist statement describing themes or process relatable to the submitted works.
Artists participating in the AGH AGH Art Sales + Services program, and the AGH Art Sale, are responsible for the safe transportation of their artwork. Drop off arrangements will be coordinated with successful artist applicants. All participating artists must sign an artist agreement with AGH Art Sales + Services at minimum for the duration of the show. This agreement will detail commission arrangements.
Questions can be directed to Jasmine Lazdins by email at email@example.com.
We thank everyone for taking the time to submit artwork, however, we will only be contacting those whose work will be placed within the sale. We will contact all successful applicants by March 15, 2019
From the Contemporary Art Collection
Lake Huron/Tobermory #1 2006
Robert A. Burley (Canadian b. 1957)
from the series Great Lakes, digital chromogenic print ed. 2/25, Gift of the artist, 2008
© Robert Burley, Courtesy of the Stephen Bulger Gallery