Entries are due by 5pm on Saturday, November 3, 2018.
- In addition to prints that are ready to hang, submit a disc or flash drive with the images, or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org (full size) - these will be used for publicity purposes.
- Entry fee is $20
- Purchase prizes will be awarded for works listed for sale (museum retains 20% commission on sales).
- Artists can submit up to three prints that must be ready to hang.
- Maximum size is 30 inches on the long side for all works.
- Works must be picked up from the museum no later than January 30, 2019
- Works selected for exhibition will hang in the museum from November 10, 2018 – January 12, 2019.
- Photographs must have been created since July 2017.
Q: How many works of art may I submit?
A: You can submit three prints (the entry fee remains the same whether you submit one or more).
Q: What is the entry fee?
A: The entry fee is $20. The entry fee must be paid at the time works are submitted by cash, money order, or credit card.
Q: Can I sell my work that is juried into the show?
A: Yes. When you bring your work in for the competition, we will ask you to fill out a form including many items of relevant information, including whether the work may be sold, and if so, at what price. Please note that the museum takes a 20% gallery commission on works sold, so be sure to factor that into your pricing.
Q: What is a purchase prize?
A: Some works of art will be selected for purchase, to become part of the Brigham City Museum's collection.
Q: What do you mean by "ready to hang."
A: The item should have hangers to allow us to hang it on the wall, needing only a nail or two to do so. Claw hangers are not allowed. Please attach D or O rings and picture hanging wire. It does not need to be framed (gallery wrap is fine for canvas), but it does need to be completely ready to hang. For example:
Note the sturdy wire and D rings.
Claw hangers are not allowed. If you purchased a frame that came with claw hangers, please add your own hanging hardware.
While the hangers themselves are fine, the ribbon is not, and the hangers should be fastened to a sturdy part of the frame, such as the wood, not cardboard backing.
Note the old, weak wire. The rings are also positioned too low.