CALL FOR ENTRY V4 Deadline October 15th 2017
Jewelry Edition was started by Kat Cole and Laura Wood in 2012 as a new type of opportunity for early career artists to gain national exposure. Through our diverse network we are able to offer many different opportunities to the jewelers that we curate into JE. Over the last three years JE has represented 18 artists and traveled their work to different locations including galleries, conferences, institutions, and public spaces each year. These artists have gone on to gain national representation and prosper in their individual careers. Volume 4 will shift from exclusively emerging artists to a more diverse range of makers at varying points of their careers. The collection will feature 6 makers and a smaller more focused grouping of work by each artist. We are seeking a collection, series, or grouping of work that is visually very cohesive and distinctive.
In addition to the Volume 4 application we are offering the opportunity for a scholarship. This scholarship will include a spot in JE V4, the option to participate in the annual Smitten Forum 2018, and $500 cash.
To be considered you will need to write in 300 words: How being included in Jewelry Edition will impact your career, what you will do with the cash award, and a week-long residency with Smitten Forum.
To view more information about the Smitten Forum follow the link below:
How to Apply:
Submit Google Form below
Pay $30 application fee (Button Below)
Email: (Subject line V4) 5-8 images and Resume/CV in PDF form
No student work will be accepted
5-8 images of work in the style you would exhibit with Jewelry Edition for the duration of 2018 Volume 4 exhibition schedule.
Images submitted should all be within a strong cohesive series.
$30 Application fee
Call is open to artists currently residing in the United States.
Selected artists must have a minimum 12 piece cohesive series to ship by December 15th 2017. Work will be consigned with Jewelry Edition for duration of 2018.
- Email 5-8 high quality images to email@example.com
- Images should be 300dpi JPG 6 inches on smallest side, preferably on a white background