DEADLINE EXTENEDED October 22, 2018
Inspired by Long Island’s history, create a work that focuses on an aspect of Long Island’s cultural and natural heritage. Some prompts to consider: seaside industry, farm life, Native Americans, the American Revolution, art colonies, etc. Consider photos and paintings of historic landmarks and sites, portraits of reenactors, sculptures of ancestors, assemblages with local artifacts, and everything in between!
Juror Stephanie Gress is the Director of Curatorial Affairs for the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum. A graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook with a master’s degree in art history, Gress believes that visual arts convey the spirit of the time in which they were produced. Gress enjoys researching and writing about art and architecture to better understand our collective history.
December 7, 2018 – January 5, 2019
• Entries must be original to entrant. Framed
entries require hanging wire. Submission
materials cannot be returned.
• Selected works are chosen by the juror. No
more than two works per artist are selected.
• All artists and media.
• No work should exceed 48 inches on the
longest side or 24 inches on the shortest side
(with frame). Standing work cannot be higher
than 72 inches. Video maximum: 50 MB.
• First three entries: JOURNEY* school students
$15, full-time students $25, artist members
$30, non-members $40. Additional entries:
$5 each. Please note: Entry fees are
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