During these critical times more then ever, it is imperative that people as a whole come together to make necessary changes to protect our planet. Interconnectivity explores humanities impact on the world we live in.
Juried by artist Lane Chapman, Interconnectivity invites artists who use illustration to bring awareness to humanities impact on the world. All mediums but video are welcome to apply for this show. This show will be shown on our website in an online gallery format as well as an in person show at our brick and mortar location in Missoula, MT and a part of the Missoula First Friday Art Stroll.
Hailing from small town Arkansas, Lane Chapman started out as a painter and illustrator
until she transitioned into clay in college. She received her BFA in Ceramics from the
University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2017. After graduating, she moved to Rochester,
NY for a two-year residency at the Flower City Arts Center. Currently, Lane is a resident
artist at The Clay Studio of Missoula until the fall of 2021.
March 12th Entry deadline
March 15th Applicants will be notified of acceptance
March 22nd-26th Delivery of artwork (Artwork should not be delivered before or after.)
April 2nd First Friday opening
March 28th Last day open to the public.
March 29th-3rd Work will be deinstalled and work that is hand delivered must be picked up.
Each artist may submit 3 artworks. One image per artwork. $10 entry fee. Entry does not guarantee acceptance. Accepted work will be featured on WCS’s website and artists must provide professional quality documentation of art. Sorry no videos will be accepted. All works must be original and completed within the last three years. Maximum dimensions for a single artwork is 30 inches in any direction. If accepted, the exact piece submitted must be sent. We will send jurying results to all artists.
• Artworks must include illustration and be ready to hang (no sawtooth hangers).
• Small pedestals will be provided for 3D pieces.
• Artists must provide any other special equipment to display work.
• All work must be for sale; gallery retains 40% commission on work that is sold.
• Artist is responsible for following all guild lines for shipping work, as well as the cost of shipping to and from gallery.
• Artist are responsible for insuring artwork, WCS does not hold any liability for work stolen or broken during shipping and/or while in the possession of WCS
$10 non-refundable entry fee. Follow the payment link to pay with credit card or PayPal account. Ensure that the name on your application matches the name on your entry fee payment.
Digital images must in .jpeg format and must be 300dpi and longest length of 1000 pixels. File name format: jdoe1, jdoe2, jdoe3. White or gradient backgrounds are acceptable unless artwork is installation based (Some exclusions may apply). Images that appear to have been enhanced will not be accepted.
All images that do not follow this format will be disregarded and not juried and application fee will not be refunded.
All accepted artworks must be for sale. There will be a 40% commission on artworks sold during the exhibition, the artist keeps 60%. Artworks that do not sell during the exhibition will be returned to the artist; the artist is responsible for the cost of return shipping.
The artist is responsible for safe delivery and shipping costs. Artist must include a return shipping label, check, or be prepared to pay an electronic invoice for return shipping costs (NO STAMPS). Securely attach an inventory form to each accepted work. Inventory forms will be sent out along with acceptance notifications. Pack your pieces well, always double box. Damaged artworks will not be included in the exhibition. Any unsold artwork that does not have a payment for return shipping will become the property of WCS 90 days after the end of the exhibition.
Ship accepted artworks to:
Wildfire Ceramic Studio
ATTN : "Stephanie Dishno"
Address: 430 West Franklin St.
Missoula, MT. 59801
The juror will award a Best of Show. This award comes with, a certificate of award.
We will do all we can to maintain the safety of the submitted artworks. However, due to the fragile nature of these artworks WCS will not be held responsible for any damage that may occur.