2016 DEMONSTRATING ARTISTS
THEME: Makers, Mentors and Milestones
DEADLINE: May 13, 2015 11:59pm MST
This is a call for demonstrating artists for the 50th annual meeting of NCECA in Kansas City, Missouri, in 2016. A committee, selected from and by the NCECA Board will act as the jury in selecting the conference demonstrators.
NCECA reviews and selects programming from proposals submitted from the field as an important component of conference planning. Additionally, NCECA reserves the right to curate and develop programming that strengthens the quality and range of experiences related to the conference theme, sense of place, and other strategic objectives.
There are typically four demonstrators at each conference with two potters and two sculptors.
As a conference demonstrator your commitment to NCECA is as follows:
• A three-hour session on both Thursday and Friday
• Arrival on Wednesday, March 16, for image verification and a demonstrator video interview
• A looping slide presentation (PowerPoint or Keynote) that will be shown simultaneously with your demonstration
All proposals must be submitted using NCECA’s Online Submittal process. A link to the form is provided below. Please read the information below to prepare for your online Submittal. Your online submittal form must include the following or it will not be considered. (Only .doc, .docx, .JPEG or .PDF files will be accepted)
• Resume (2 page limit, upload as .doc, .docx or .pdf, not to exceed 2MB)
• Short Bio (Up to 300 characters)
• Head shot (upload as jpg, 100dpi 2”x3”)
• Artist statement – Up to 1500 characters including spaces.
• Demonstration Description-Plan/Concept – Up to 1800 characters including spaces
• Special equipment or assistance – Up to 300 characters including spaces.
Equipment typically available for demonstrating artists has included potter’s wheel, tables, extruder, banding wheel and simple tools. Other kinds of specialized equipment required should be clearly identified in the proposal. Please note: Open flames, paints and solvents are not typically permitted in facilities where NCECA stages its annual conferences.
• Program guide description – Up to 300 characters including spaces (If your proposal is accepted, this will be printed in the Program Guide)
Images – Up to 10 images (Only images that directly reference the actual proposal)
• Image (.jpg ONLY. Each image no larger than 800 KB))
• Image Title
• Relevance to presentation – Up to 300 characters
• Brief Image description – Up to 300 characters
(to include Artist name, type of clay, firing, date of piece, dimensions (H x W x D)
Introductions - Is there a special mentor, colleague or friend who attends the conference that you would like to recommend to provide an introduction to your presentation? (NCECA reserves the right to assign individuals to introduce presentations when this field is left blank or the recommended person is unavailable.) Please provide his/her Name, Cell phone, Email
If chosen to present, your commitment to NCECA will be:
• Meeting all deadlines as outlined by your signed agreement, which include the following:
• Written and visual documentation to publish in the NCECA Journal and other promotions.
• A PowerPoint presentation (If images are not appropriate, please make note of it in your proposal).
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If you have questions about demonstrating, please email: email@example.com