Feral Factory Ltd. is now OPEN for entries Artists, please apply!
In partnership with the River North Art District of Denver and our host, the Crash in RiNo, Feral Factory Ltd. is calling for artist entries for the following exhibition:
URBAN COLLAGE AND THE COLLAGE CITY: AN EXHIBITION OF VISUAL ARTS OF THE CITY
Tracy Weil, Creative Director and Co-Founder, River North Art District, Denver
Martha Weidmann, CEO & Co-Founder, NINE dot ARTS
Louise Martorano, Executive Director, RedLine Contemporary Art Center
Shana Cordon, Co-Founder, Feral Factory Ltd.
John Barbour, Co-Founder, Feral Factory Ltd.
Deadline to Enter: 11:59 PM MST, Saturday 25 February 2017
Exhibition Dates: 1 April – 27 June, with pieces hung in one-month rotations
Artist Receptions: 1 April, 29 April, and 27 May
Best of Show: US$500
Special Merit: US$100
What is the art of twenty-first century cities? Show us art of cities and art about cities, art which explores the humanity, beauty, failings, histories, and possibilities of everything urban.
During a four-month showing, March through June, Feral Factory Ltd., in partnership with Denver’s River North Art District and NINE dot ARTS, is celebrating cities and urbanism through art. The show will take place at the Crash Mile High exhibition space in RiNo, and will display more than one hundred pieces. During the show, individual works will be shown for one month each.
Within the exhibition space, Feral Factory Ltd. will be running three Art Pairings, four Salons, openings, and First Fridays. Additionally, there will be workshops, talks, and other events. The gallery will have weekly viewing hours and viewings by appointment, and we are partnering with the award-winning art advisors, NINE dot ARTS.
All visual arts are eligible, regardless of medium. For this exhibition, however, we are not accepting sculptural works, including ceramics and other significantly three-dimensional media.
This show is open to artists 18 and older from Colorado, the United Stations, and everywhere else.
Submission fees are $35 for three works, and $10 per additional work to a maximum of 10. Submit at CaFÉ!