“The Elements” exhibition
Call for Artists.
The City of White Rock in partnership with Semiahmoo Arts is currently accepting submissions to The Elements Art Exhibition
part of the Art on Display program.
All artists are invited to submit a maximum of three works of art that interpret one of the four elements: Air, Earth, Fire and Water. This group show is inspired by the four elements of life: earth, air, fire & water. The elements are a concept tracing back to ancient Greece and beyond defining the essence of all matter and spirit. This art show will showcase local artist’s interpretations of the elements essential for survival.
The exhibition runs from January 8 to February 20 2015 and the opening reception will be held on Thursday, January 8 from 7:00-8:30pm at the White Rock Community Centre.
Submissions must include:
Art on Display Application Form- available here: The Elements – Application Form
Artist Consent Form- available here: 2015 Art on Display Artist Consent Form
$10 entry fee for each piece submitted. A maximum of three pieces per artists. Cash or cheque accepted. Cheques to be made payable to Semiahmoo Arts.
The completed entry form and fee is to be delivered to:
White Rock Community Centre – Art on Display Program
15154 Russell Avenue, White Rock, BC, V4B 0A6
Deadline for Application Submission: Friday, January 2 at 4:00pm
All art work must be delivered to the White Rock Community Centre on Monday, January 5 between 9:00am and 6:00pm. Art work not accepted to the exhibition needs to be picked up on Wednesday, January 7. All artists needing to pick up their art work will be contacted.
There will be cash awards for this exhibition. First prize will receive $55, second prize will receive $30 and third prize will be awards $10. At the conclusion of the exhibition, a people’s choice award will be given to the artists who received the most votes from the general public.
Created in partnership with the City of White Rock and Semiahmoo Arts, the Art on Display program ensures art is visible and accessible to the community. In a series of 5-8 themed juried exhibitions held throughout the year, Art on Display showcases work in a variety of media by British Columbian artists.