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Open Call For Emerging Artists

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The Yard & The Lo-Down are excited to present: OUR LOWER EAST SIDE – A Group Exhibition hosted at The Yard (85 Delancey Street).

Our LES - Open Call for emerging artists

As Manhattan’s Lower East Side continues to change and evolve, The Yard and The Lo-Down NY would like to offer a snapshot of emerging artwork coming out of this vibrant, creative community.  To be eligible, artwork must have been created in the greater Lower East Side area in 2013 and be framed, ready to hang.

Submission deadline: Sunday, October 13th, 2013 at 11:59p.m.

Artists will be notified no later than Wednesday, October 16th and must be available to deliver their artwork on Thursday, October 17th to The Yard: 85 Delancey Street, between 10am and 7p.m.

To submit, email the following to artwork@workattheyard.com:

Subject Line: “LES Exhibition – (Your Name)”

In the email include the following information:
Name:
Email address:
Phone:
Website:
Attach jpg(s) images of artwork(s) for consideration

For all work submitted include: Name of piece, size in inches, medium, price and a brief summary of work to make for the show and/or during the opening (if applicable):

The opening reception will be held on Friday, October 18th form 6p.m.-8p.m.  The exhibition will run from October 18 through November 14, 2013.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Angie,

    Generally we define the “greater” L.E.S. as below 14th and East of the Bowery, down to Canal and all the way to the water the further east you go.

    Hope this helps!

  2. Will The Yard take a cut from my asking price? If so, what is the percentage?…50/50? 60/40? I want to figure in the percentage so I get what I want for my work. Thanks, Michael

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