Rochester Museum Call for Art
The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts is now accepting entries for the Biennial 2015 Exhibition, on view from April 6th to September 26th. The Biennial is the first in a series of upcoming exhibitions showcasing recent works made by living artists from around the world.
Works created within the last two years will be considered. Artists from all countries are encouraged to apply. The Biennial of 2013 received entries from as far as India. The deadline for entries is Sunday, March 29th, 2015.
Danielle Krysa of TheJealousCurator.com has been invited to select the “best in show” award. Danielle earned her BFA in Visual Arts (painting, printmaking, and art history) and a post-grad in Design. She’s worked as a designer and Creative Director for more than 10 years, but has never stopped loving and creating art.
Krysa writes daily posts showcasing artwork from around the world, and recently completed two books published by Chronicle Books in 2014. She has curated shows in Washington DC, Vancouver Canada, Chattanooga TN, and in Los Angeles. She is a contributor to sfgirlbybay and Style by Emily Henderson, and has written posts for West Elm, Etsy, Design Crush, Yellowtrace, Move Lifestyle, eBay, Escape Into Life, EcoFabulous, and several others. Krysa also serves as an honorary board member for the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts.
Invited artists will be notified on April 5th, 2015. A full-color catalogue will be published and made available online. The Biennial 2015 Exhibition will be on view in the Carnegie Gallery at the Rochester Public Library. Visitwww.rochestermfa.org for more information.
Click on the museum link-the Biennial info is in a drop-down under Gallery. This is a great opportunity for all working artists! I’d love to see some of you get into this! (I can’t submit.)