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Call to Sculptors – TAL @ Washington Square

Sculptors of The Art League
Juror – Rebecca Cross
May 4, 2009 – July 31, 2009

For full prospectus, e-mail barbarap@theartleague.org

Open to all members and instructors of The Art League and
Torpedo Factory Artists. For membership information, see below.

Submissions must be sent by e-mail to barbarap@theartleague.org by Monday, March 2 at 10am. Artists may submit 1-3 images. Work must be three-dimensional and free-standing. No wall hangings will be accepted. All work must be original. Works cannot have been juried into previous Washington Square Exhibitions or previous exhibits at The Art League Gallery.


Sunday, May 3, 2009, 10am – 12noon
Washington Square Building
1050 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC.
Accepted work must be delivered to the venue in person.
End of Show Pick-Up:

August 1, 2009, 10am-12noon, Washington Square Building


Membership to The Art League is open to all artists wishing to participate. To join in March, the prorated fee is $60, which enables artists to submit to four juried membership shows through June 2009, in addition to Sculptors of The Art League. Artists may also opt for the prorated $100 fee, which extends them the opportunity of submitting to all shows through June 2010. For a membership application, visit www.theartleague.org.

For a full prospectus and submission guidelines, e-mail Barbara Petro at barbarap@theartleague.org or pick up one in the gallery.

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