The Portland Center for the Advancement of Culture (PCAC) proudly opens a call to artists for its 2004 juried exhibition, currently scheduled to run for eight weeks early next year (location to be determined). PCAC will also host an inclusive and comprehensive exhibition of Northwest artists in spring of 2004. Work for this large show will be selected from winter show submissions. Artists of all visual mediums working in Oregon, Washington, or Idaho are eligible for submission. Visual mediums include but are not limited to painting, sculpture, print making, constructions, video/digital art and film, installation art, mixed media and photography. For an application form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit five samples of your recent work. Although digital format is preferred, PCAC will also accept slides or photographs. Artists working in video/film/performance should submit a video (VHS format or DVD) not longer than 15 minutes in length. Please label all materials with your name. Please include an inventory list corresponding with your work containing title, size, medium, and year executed for each piece. For video/film/performance a title, date, and approximate running time is to be included. Please include your artist resume and statement along with the completed application form. A $5 processing fee must be included with the submission. Make checks payable to PCAC.
Deadline for Entry
All entries are to be mailed on or before August 31st to PCAC at PO Box 6802, Portland, OR 97228-6802. All submissions will be archived in PCAC's library. No entries will be accepted without meeting the above criteria. If you would like the physical drop-off address or have additional questions, please call Gavin Shettler 503-481-7450 or Bryan Suereth 503-335-6979. Visit us online at www.portlandart.org.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
PCAC was established in September 2002 as a nonprofit art organization dedicated to supporting local artists and sustaining the cultural economy. PCAC aims to provide regional artists with a neutral forum in which they can showcase their work regionally, nationally, and internationally. It will also provide artists with a much-needed resource center to help educate and facilitate the research and creation of art across all disciplines.
Gavin Shettler founded his namesake gallery in the Everett Station Lofts in spring 2001. Over the last two years he has been integral in the development of Everett Station and curated 25 visual arts shows.
Bryan Suereth opened Disjecta Gallery in October 2000. The space serves as the most active multimedia arts outlet in Portland for showcasing film, dance, installation, visual art, music and literature. To date, Bryan has accommodated and curated over 100 interdisciplinary shows.