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Contain, Maintain, Sustain at Artisphere

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Contain, Maintain, Sustain
Curated by Welmoed Laanstra, Sara Reisman, and Ernesto Santalla
Exhibition dates: Thursday, May 19 – Sunday, July 17, 2011
Exhibition location: Artisphere, 1101 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22209

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Monday, December 20, 2010, 5 pm
Artists must be members of the arlingtonarts.org directory, Washington Sculptors Group, or Washington Project for the Arts and apply through http://www.arlington.slideroom.com

ABOUT: Contain, Maintain, Sustain is a juried indoor and outdoor exhibition hosted by Artisphere, Washington Project for the Arts, and Washington Sculptors Group. The exhibit will feature time-based and static artworks conceived to explore sustainability as it relates to contemporary sculpture and installation practices. Artists are encouraged to widely interpret this call for submissions so that the exhibition concept will reflect the concerns of artists living and working in the Washington, DC area and beyond. Selected artists will receive a stipend of $250 to assist with the execution and transportation of works.

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