in our Main Gallery:
Juried Art Exhibition
– December 31, 2017
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 19th 4-6pm
Season provides the opportunity to look forward to the future with anticipation
and the expectation that despite adversity, better times are ahead. This shared
experience of the positive human spirit, Hope, exists beyond
borders and is not unique to any single country or belief system. Throughout
time, Hope is woven into all cultures across the globe. With this
Main Gallery exhibition, Hope for the Holidays, the Monmouth
Museum’s intent is to offer artists’ views of a positive future for their
lives, our lives and our shared world.
DEADLINE:The ability to submit will end Monday, October 16th at midnight EST. NOTE:
After reading the following prospectus, at the bottom is the button/link to create your Submittable
account (unless you already have one established). This is the first step in submitting your artwork/s for consideration. Remember to confirm you have selected the correct exhibition opportunity.
Juror: Monmouth Museum Exhibition Committee
For this juried exhibition all visual arts media applications will be considered (drawing, print, painting, mixed media work, photography, sculpture, video, etc.) Open to all artists world-wide age 18 and over. All artwork entered must be the artist’s original creations completed within the last five years
, and must not have been exhibited in past Monmouth Museum exhibitions.
Submission Guidelines: Artworks will be considered through online submission of digital jpeg (at least 300 dpi/ppi) images*. Submissions are limited to a maximum of FOUR pieces. Acceptance into the exhibition is not guaranteed with entry. The Monmouth Museum reserves the right to reject work delivered at the time of the exhibition that is not the artist's accepted work, or does not meet the criteria set by the curator. Selected artwork must be wired, framed (if media applicable) and ready to hang (no saw-tooth hangers). Painted, gallery-wrapped canvas is acceptable. Wall mountable artworks must be less than 7 feet in height or width and sculpture must be less than 10 feet in height or width and able to fit through a standard door. Entered and accepted work cannot be substituted. All work must be available for the duration of the exhibition. If accepted, appropriate equipment for video/film submissions must be provided by artist and pedestals must be provided by all NJ artists for all three-dimensional works (when appropriate).
Digital Submission Specifications: DO NOT submit more than 4 entries/images. 1 Detail is permitted per work submitted but not required.
Online Submissions Via Submittable Only!
SUBMISSIONS MUST INCLUDE: Images at least 300 dpi/ppi* in Jpeg format, contact Information (Name Address, Phone and Email) a unique title of each work, size, media, price, year completed, artist statement not over 250 words and payment. Please take special attention when submitting your information including proper spelling and grammar as changes cannot be made after submission.
Please upload JPEG Image Files with the resolution of at least 300 dpi /ppi. Re-name files to include image number (corresponding to Artwork List). *Frequently Asked Questions:
- The image specifications stated above are preferred due to the PR and printing needs of the Museum. Images of different resolutions and formats can still be submitted, for example 72 dpi/ppi and 92 dpi/ppi or PNG and TIFF files, etc. and will not exclude your work from consideration.
- If your work is selected for promotional purposes you may be asked for a 300 dpi/ppi JPEG image at a later date.
- The Museum will not re-size images or offer tutorials on the re-sizing of your images. Please visit the internet for an abundance of various sources and YouTube tutorials on how to re-size your image.
- HINTS: IPhone and Smart Phone photographs are usually comparable with our requested format. Remember to just photograph the artwork, not the frame or glass if applicable and crop the image when needed.
Name images with consecutive numbers from 1 - 4.
Images must be labeled:
Example: Fee: $20 per piece entered (limit 4 pieces) Example: 4 submissions = $80
Hope_1_Acrylic_24 x 36_2014_$2000
NO REFUNDS if not selected for exhibition
PAYMENT: Payment must be made at time of online submission of your entry. Amex, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted through PayPal via Submittable.
Announcement of Accepted Artists: Artists selected for exhibition will be contacted directly via email on 10/23/17. Artists declined will also be notified via email on 10/23/17.
CALENDAR (If Accepted)
• Receiving (In Person Drop - Off): Monday, November 13, 2017 from 10am to 5pm
• Shipping Due Date: Monday, November 13, 2017 from 10am to 5pm (See Below**)
• Exhibition: November 19, 2017 – December 31, 2017
• Opening Reception: Sunday, November 19, 2017 from 4 - 6 pm
• Pick-up Artwork: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 from 10am - 5pm
There is a $5 a day late fee for all works left at the Museum after the in person pick-up date of Wednesday, January 3, 2018 from 10am - 5pm. You cannot remove your artwork from the exhibition early. The $5 a day late fee applies for shipped works left at the Museum beyond Friday, January 5, 2018.**
Sale of Artwork: The Monmouth Museum encourages the sale of exhibited artwork. The Monmouth Museum will collect the purchase price for all work, take a 20% sales commission and issue a check for the remainder to the artist at the close of the exhibition.
Media/Public Relations Release: The Monmouth Museum reserves the right to use digital images of accepted and exhibited artwork for media and website PR and advertising.
Insurance: All temporary loans accepted by the Monmouth Museum shall be insured at the confirmed value under the Museum’s Fine Arts Policy while on the Museum's premises. In the event of loss of, or damage to a loan, the Museum’s liability to the Lender shall be limited to the value stated on the agreed upon price list. The Lender agrees the Museum shall only be liable for those risks covered by the Museum’s insurance policy following generally excepted standard exclusions. Works that are for sale are only eligible for up to 80% of the stated value (Lender’s commission rate).
**SHIPPING: All work shipped via FedEx, UPS, Private Shipper or USPS must arrive at the Museum by 5:00 pm Monday, November 13, 2017. Schedule deliveries between 10am and 4:30pm.
All shipping costs and liability of artwork during shipment are the responsibility of the artist. With FedEx, UPS or USPS all entries must have a prepaid downloaded return shipping label with barcode included in the package. Stamps for USPS is acceptable. DHL and Private Shipping Arrangements must be detailed and included in the package. PLEASE NOTE: Do not use “FED EX OFFICE” for return shipping labels as they provide no pick-up at the Museum and the Museum does not make deliveries. Artists are responsible to schedule pick up with their own shipping provider for either Thursday - January 4, 2017 or Friday - January 5, 2018. Late fee of $5 a day applies after 1/5 for works that were shipped (Schedule pick up between 10am and 4:30pm).
Receiving (In Person Drop - Off):
Monmouth Museum, 765 Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft, NJ 07738
On the Campus of Brookdale Community College, take Campus Drive to Museum Drive to Parking Lot 1
Shipping address for accepted works delivered via FedEx, UPS, DHL and Private Shipper:
Monmouth Museum, 765 Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft, NJ 07738
Shipping address for accepted works via USPS delivery:
Monmouth Museum, PO Box 359, Lincroft, NJ 07738
For more information:
Catherine Clark, Arts & Fund Development Manager