Orange County Arts Council’s Juried Exhibition, Hudson Valley Imprints
Is Now Accepting Submissions
GOSHEN – Orange County Arts Council is pleased to announce its annual juried exhibit Hudson Valley Imprints is now accepting submissions. All Hudson Valley artists are invited to submit up to three works to be considered for this exhibition. Artists chosen for this exhibition will have the chance to win a cash prize and their works featured in a curated exhibition later this year.
The beautiful Hudson Valley is rich with history, breathtaking landscapes and home to thousands of artists who build the diverse cultural communities throughout the region. Home of the Hudson River School, this region has long been a source of inspiration for artists. Orange County Arts Council is honored to invite all artists of this region to submit their works for this exhibition.
Daniel Belasco, the juror for Hudson Valley Imprints is an art historian and Executive Director of the Al Held Foundation. He previously served as curator at the Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz and The Jewish Museum, organizing monographic exhibitions of Bradley Walker Tomlin, Grace Hartigan, Mary Reid Kelley, and Dick Polich/Tallix Art Foundry, among other survey shows and projects.
There is a submission fee of $30 for up to 3 pieces. There is a $500 prize for first place, $300 for second place and $150 for third place. Additionally, artists who receive honorable mentions will also have the opportunity to be featured in a physical exhibition curated by the juror later this year.
Accepted art works will be displayed in Orange County Arts Council’s virtual gallery with the option to sell your works from May 23rd – June 21st. Artists are paid 70% of the sale and OCAC receives a 30% commission .
Deadline for submission is Wednesday, May 2021. There is a fee of $30 for up to three works. To submit your works or for more information on Hudson Valley Imprints, please visit https://ocartscouncil.org/event/hudson-valley-imprints-annual-juried-exhibit-submission-deadline-may-5th/