Future Exhibitions

NORTH OF THE 45TH PARALLEL

June 18-August 9

INFO
North of the 45th 2019

NORTH OF THE 45TH PARALLEL

EXHIBITION DATES: June 18-August 9, 2019


ELIGIBILITY:

Open to all residents of Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin living North of the 45th parallel. There is wiggle room for people within 1 degree of this area, but the idea is to represent artists living in the upper Midwest region. Work in all media is welcome and there are no size limitations. Any work previously exhibited at the museum is not eligible.


FEATURED ARTISTS:

Ben Bohnsack
Maddy Bradley
Ginnie Cappaert
Taimur Amin TR Cleary
Vincent DeZutti
Christopher Faust
Paddy Foersterling
Raymond Gaynor
Larry Godfrey
Niikah Hatfield
Lindsey Heiden
Julie Highlen
Matt Hirvonen
Steven Hughes
KathryLund Johnson
Ashley Kolka-Lee
Carie Koscielny
Ted Lakomowski
Christine Lenzen
Michael Letts
Shawn Malone
Bill Murcko
Nick Preneta
Paul Rose
Bill Savage
Erin Scott
JoAnn Shelby
April South-Olson
Corrie Steckelberg
Cindy Wedig
Cameron Wilcox
Kaelyn Wright


AWARDS:

A Juror’s Choice award will be selected by the juror, with a prize of $500. The Juror’s Choice recipient will also receive a one-on-one portfolio review with the juror.
An Audience Choice award in the amount of $250 will be given at the close of the exhibition, based on votes by visitors to the exhibition.
A Permanent Collection Acquisition Award
(This award is dependent upon approval by museum committee.)


2019 TIMELINE:

March 22, 11:59 PM EST: Entries Due
April 29: Jury decisions sent via e-mail
June 3, 5:00 pm EST: Artwork due at the museum*
June 17-August 9: Exhibition dates
August 9, 7-9 pm EST: Reception/Juror's Talk

*Accepted entries will need to be shipped or delivered to the museum ready to display. Paid shipping label for artwork return must be included with shipped work. Artists who hand-deliver their work can take it after the reception or can pick it up from 12 -6 pm on August 10 and August 11.


ABOUT THE JUROR:

Steven L. Bridges is Associate Curator at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. Most recently, Bridges curated the major exhibition Oscar Tuazon: Water School, and co-curated the exhibitions Michel Parmentier and Michigan Stories: Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw. Other notable projects include Beyond Streaming: A Sound Mural for Flint, a residency and exhibition for which artist Jan Tichy was invited to respond to the Flint water crisis. Previously, Bridges was the Curatorial Assistant at the MCA Chicago where he curated solo exhibitions of the work of artists Faheem Majeed and Jason Lazarus. He also assisted the major retrospective exhibition of the work of Doris Salcedo, which traveled to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Pérez Art Museum Miami. From 2011–15, Bridges co-curated the annual Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival in Chicago. His essays and articles have been published in numerous journals and in exhibition catalogs and other online and print media. In 2017, he was named a curatorial fellow at the FACE Foundation.


CATALOG:

Accepted artists will be required to submit images and artist statements for the exhibition publication.