Friday, January 24, 2014
Sculpture artists from across the nation are invited to participate in the ninth annual National Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition.
Up to 14 sculptures will be juried into the exhibit and compete for cash prizes totaling as much as $16,250.
The exhibition is presented as a component of the annual North Charleston Arts Festival, to be held May 2 through 10.
The application is only available online and may be accessed via the link at NorthCharlestonArtsFest.com/apply.
Deadline for submissions is Tuesday, Feb. 25.
Organized and presented by the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department, this 11-month exhibition offers established and emerging artists the opportunity to display their thought provoking, extraordinary sculptures throughout the picturesque North Charleston Riverfront Park.
Set on the banks of the Cooper River, Riverfront Park features ten acres of walking paths, a boardwalk and fountain, an expansive lawn with performance pavilion, children’s play areas, and picnic sites. An estimated 50,000 people visit this public park annually to enjoy the amenities located in the heart of the city’s arts community.
Brad Thomas, Director of Residencies & Exhibitions at the McColl Center in Charlotte, NC, will jury this year’s exhibit. Thomas recently served as Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art for Charlotte’s Mint Museum where he led advances in the Museum’s collection.
The 9th Annual National Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition will be on display May 1 through March 24, 2015, at North Charleston Riverfront Park, located at 1001 Everglades Avenue in North Charleston.
A free public reception and announcement of awards will be held at the Charleston Area Convention Center on Friday, May 2.
For more information about the North Charleston Arts Festival, the National Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition, or other exhibition opportunities, contact the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department at (843) 740-5854, email email@example.com, or visit NorthCharlestonArtsFest.com.
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