Proceeds from the sale of artwork items within the present, titled “This Week Solely,” will probably be cut up 50/50 between the artists and the museum. Artists set their very own costs.
An entry payment of $25 is payable earlier than or when the paintings arrives on the museum, stated Sarah Bowser, assistant to the director.
The exhibit might be open to the general public from Jan. 28 via Feb. four. Guests might vote on their choice for the Individuals’s Selection Award.
Anybody who needs to buy artwork earlier than the Feb. three dinner might achieve this for 20 % over record worth.
Two-dimensional submitted works have to be sixteen sq. ft or smaller—for instance, 4 by 4 ft, two by six ft, or three by 5 ft. Sculptures should match by means of a seven- by three-foot entrance. For questions on different three-dimensional or non-wall artwork, contact the museum to debate particular issues.
The deadline for submitting paintings is 5 p.m. Jan. 24.
The “This Week Solely” present is a departure from the museum’s regular silent public sale at its annual profit dinner, Bowser stated. This occasion marks solely the second time the museum has mounted a non-curated exhibition. The primary was held final yr.
For extra info, together with particulars on mailing paintings to the museum, name Bowser at (701) 777-3846 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.