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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Call for Works In all Media - February 1, 2007

Language, Place, and Object: A Juried Exhibition

April 2007

The interplay of image and language has long been considered the most
complete form of communication. As Simon Morley puts it in Writing on
the Wall, " The former mode allows openness of interpretation and
freedom of mental and sensual movement, while the latter confines the
reader to a predetermined route..." The goal of this exhibition is
to find works that can communicate one of the basic ideas of being,
place, through a unique interplay of image/object and language.

Washington Street Art Center
321 Washington Street
Somerville, MA 02143

Jennifer Schmidt, Professor of Printmedia, School of the Museum of
Fine Arts Boston.

Open to all media. Due to space and time constraints, performance can
only be considered as previously documented work. Preference will be
given to work that conceptually relates to the proposed theme of the
exhibition, with a sensitivity towards the form, material, and manner
in which the idea is related to the theme.

Images submitted for consideration should be on open formatted cd
(preferred method, 300 dpi jpg or tiff) or 35 mm slides (no glass
slides). All images should be labeled in accordance to CAA
specifications for easy identification, and should correspond to the
information provided on the entry form. All DVD entries must be under
3 minutes due to time constraints. If accepted into the exhibition, a
longer version may be shown.

All submission packets should contain no more than 3 entries, a CV,
artist statement, a check for the entrance fee of $25 made out to the
Washington Street Art Center, and a self addressed stamped envelope
for return of materials.

All materials must be received by February 1, 2007.

Notification of accepted entries will be made by no later than March 1, 2007.

Entry form:
Prospectus and entry form available at

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