EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES AND DEADLINES
The academic year's end approaches and minds begin to drift to thoughts of summer.
Don't forget that right around the corner, NCECA has opportunities to bring your work to broad and informed audiences. Keep your eye on these deadlines as you complete new work and capture great images.
DEADLINE- JUNE 13, 2012
Ecumene: Global Interface in American Ceramics National Exhibition
August 29, 2012 to September 20, 2012
Santa Fe Community College School of Art and Design's Visual Arts Gallery
On view concurrently with the general session of the International Academy of Ceramics in Santa Fe, this juried exhibition will showcase contemporary American Ceramics to international leaders in the field.
Jurors- Clark Baughan, Jane Sauer, James Marshall with Linda Ganstrom
DEADLINE- AUGUST 1, 2012
2013 NCECA Biennial Exhibition
January 26, 2013 to May 5, 2013
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, Texas
Jurors- Cristina Cordova, Namita Gupta Wiggers and Richard Notkin
DEADLINE- SEPTEMER 20, 2012
2013 NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition
takes place at the Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts- Houston, Texas
February 15, 2013 to March 23, 2013
Jurors- Bonnie Seeman and Kevin Snipes
OPPORTUNITY OPENING ON OR ABOUT MAY 5, DEADLINE SEPTEMER 15, 2012
2013 NCECA Emerging Artists
2012 NCECA Emerging Artist Chandra BeBuse, Swimming Pool.
NCECA's Emerging Artists program is intended to give early career artists, who show exceptional promise, the opportunity to present their work to an international audience during NCECA's Annual Conference. Thanks to a generous gift from the Windgate Charitable Foundation, beginning in 2012, NCECA Emerging Artists also received increased exposure, publicity and a financial award from NCECA to help further develop their work and advance their careers.
Applications are welcomed from artists working with ceramic materials/processes as a significant component of their work. NCECA generally defines an Emerging Artist to be one who is beginning to receive recognition for their work but is currently underrepresented, has not had a one-person exhibition at a nationally prominent gallery/museum, and is creating work that offers a new/exciting/thoughtful perspective to the genre of one's work. Applicants may not be students. Applicants for NCECA's Emerging Artists must be current NCECA members at the time of application submission.