DIMENSIONS 2017


 

 

 


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Dimensions 2017 Prospectus


CALL FOR ENTRIES: Dimensions is a national juried art exhibition, established by AAWS in 1964 to showcase outstanding visual art in two and three-dimensional fine art media. This year’s exhibition will be held inside the Womble Carlyle Gallery at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts in Downtown Winston-Salem, NC, the City of Arts and Innovation.

May 25 – July 25

at the Womble Carlyle Gallery

Inside the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts

251 North Spruce Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101


Entry Deadline: April 30

Completed entries (including payment of fees) must be received by AAWS staff

Late entries will not be accepted.

 

CALENDAR

Entry deadline ………………………………………………………………………………………..Sunday,April 30

Notifications mailed or emailed……………………………………………………………..The week of May 8

Shipped work due by……………………………………………………………………………….Monday, May 22

Day 1: hand-delivery of accepted work……………………………….…Sunday, May 21 from 2 – 4 pm

Day 2: hand-delivery of accepted work…………………………Tuesday, May 23 from 10 am – 6 pm

Reception and awards ceremony…………………………………………….Friday, June 2 from 5 – 7 pm

Day 1: pick up hand-delivered art………………………………………Tuesday, July 25 from 12 – 6 pm

***Shipped work will be packed and shipped back to artists by August 1.

AWARDS

1st place – $1,000

2nd Place – $500

3rd Place – $250

Honorable Mentions – $50


About the Juror: Hanna Jubran received his M.F.A. in Sculpture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is currently a Sculpture Professor at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. Hanna’s work addresses the concepts of time, movement, balance and space. Each sculpture occupies and creates its own reality influenced by its immediate surroundings. The work does not rely on one media to evoke the intended response, but takes advantage of compatible materials such as wood, granite, steel, stainless steel, iron and bronze. Hanna regularly participates in International art shows, competitions and symposiums. Some of his most recent activities are: The creation of “A Monument to a Century of Flight” in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; The International Sculpture Biennale, Chaco, Argentina; The Elements of the Earth Symposium at Pedvale Sculpture Park, Sabile, Latvia, The International Wood carving Symposium, St. Blasien, Germany; The International Sculpture Symposium in Pirkkala, Finland; Tultepec, Mexico Monumental Sculpture Symposium; The international sculpture symposiums in: Jish, Israel; Ma’llot, Israel; Cayo Largo, Cuba; Granby, Canada; Kemijarvi, Finland; The international Sculpture Symposium and Conference in Europas Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania and The Toyamura International Sculpture Biennial at Toyamura Japan-where he received semi-grand prize. Every symposium Hanna participates in, the sculpture created is retained as part of the town or organizations permanent collection. Hanna is consistent in his pursuit of creating enjoyable sculptures for private and corporate collections.
The nature of my goals for art is to reflect my own aesthetic views, concepts and sincerity of expression. My journey began when I left my hometown of Jish, in 1967. My vision, goal and dream is to become an active voice out of this relatively invisible place. Therefore, there is no choice but to continue my intended journey and to give to my community in the East and West a feeling of accomplishment and pride. I am emotionally motivated to be creative and a contributor to humanity. For me sculpture and research is an opportunity I cannot ignore.