Call for Submissions: 10 In(side) – 10 Out(side)

by admin on February 23, 2016

Call for Submissions

10 In(side)-10 Out(side)

The Arts Center Texas Gallery and Wolf Pen Creek Park

2275 Dartmouth Street

College Station, Texas 77840

April 20-May 19, 2016

Opening Reception, Saturday, April 30, 2:00-4:30pm


Exhibition sponsored by The Arts Council of Brazos Valley and City of College Station.

Curated from Texas Sculpture Group artists by Alison de Lima Greene,

Curator, Contemporary Art and Special Projects

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

This exhibition will consist of interior work curated for the Arts Center’s Texas Gallery and exterior work for the Wolf Pen Creek Park adjacent to the gallery.  The interior work will be exhibited for approximately one month while the exterior sculpture space will be shown for approximately one year.  A portion of the outside work may move to the grounds of Texas A&M University later in the year pending formal approval from the University.


Submission Deadline:  Midnight, Friday, March 25, 2016

Notification of selected works:  Saturday, April 2, 2016

Drop off work at Arts Center:  Friday, Saturday, April 15 and 16, 2016

Work for the interior portion of the exhibition can be hand delivered or shipped, but must be received by Saturday, April 16. Shipped work must be insured by sender. Both delivery and install of exterior work will take place on Friday and Saturday. All works exhibited in the show are subject to final approval of Arts Council staff.

Monday and Tuesday, April 18, 19 will be the install for interior work.  We will have a design/install crew from the TSG with assistance from the Arts Center for installation.  If you would rather install your work, especially if it is complicated, you should plan on being at the Arts Center on Monday or Tuesday for your installation.

Pick up of work at the Texas Gallery:  Saturday, May 21, 2016


This is a curated exhibition open to all members of the Texas Sculpture Group.

Work should be recent, within the last two years.

The Texas Gallery is 920 square feet with wall height of 11’4”.  The gallery has a cable hanging system for wall work, but in cases deemed necessary, attachments can be made directly to the wall, subject to final approval of Arts Council staff. Works requiring attachment to the floor of the indoor gallery will not be accepted.

There are no pads for exterior work, but the park is on level land.

A catalog of work in the exhibition will be available at the opening reception. The artist will be responsible for supplying a high resolution photograph of their work for the catalog.

The Arts Center has graciously awarded us $6500 for curation, catalog and to assist with delivery.  A $200 stipend will be awarded to those participating, primarily to assist with shipping, delivery and installation.

A 30% commission will be used for work sold.

All work will be insured for the duration of the exhibition.

What to Submit

Sculptural Works

Submit up to 3 pieces with up to 3 images of each.  The work can be wall hanging, freestanding, a pedestal piece, or installation. If you are submitting an exterior work for consideration, be aware of the piece being in the elements for a year. If your work comes with a pedestal include it in the entry image of the work and inform us that it will have a pedestal.

Video, Sound or Other Media

Submit up to 3 works with up to 3 images of the work or drawings and/or video or sound files (no longer than 3 minutes please).  Written materials that help describe the work may accompany if applicable.

Proposals for Installations or Performance

Use the same guidelines as above.  You may submit images of past similar work, drawings, video, etc. of past work if you are proposing something that is not yet realized.

How to Submit

Upload images and information to Submittable link.


Gary Webernick

Steve Brudniak

Alicia Conway

Brent Baggett

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