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Open Call For Artists – Makers and Lovers

Deadline for Submissions: March 8th, 2019

The Philadelphia Theatre Company, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, in partnership with the Mt. Airy Art Garage Gallery, is now accepting applications to exhibit your work.

The Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) is holding an open call for artists to submit images for “Makers and Lovers;” a gallery opportunity happening this coming March at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre (480 S. Broad Street). We encourage artists to submit up to two pieces of work to be on display and for sale in this upcoming exhibit. In honor of Women’s History Month, some of the themes we are looking for are race, feminism, diversity, sexuality, and a look at being black and queer and female in America.

Makers and Lovers is the final of three exhibits MAAG will mount at The Philadelphia Theatre Company. The conclusion of the season will feature the world premiere of How to Catch Creation, an inspirational story running March 22 – April 14, 2019. In the mid-1960s, a black, queer, feminist writer’s life is changed when her girlfriend tells her some unexpected news. Fifty years later, the reverberations of that moment still echo in the lives of four individuals in the rapidly changing city of San Francisco. Christina Anderson’s stunning and complex examination of the universal act of creation—creation of life, of family, of art—spans space and time to inspire a new generation of makers and lovers. So it only makes sense that our final MAAG exhibition for the season is Makers and Lovers.

To apply, send the following to images.maag@gmail.com:

  • MAAG’s Submission Form
  • Up to 2 JPGs image (300 dpi) of the artwork you plan to submit for the MAAG wall
  • Jurying Fee ($20/members, $25/non-members per image)
  • Artist Bio/Statement

NOTE: The above items may also be delivered by snail mail.

Due Dates:

  • February 18th: Accepting Submissions
  • March 11th: Submission Deadline
  • March 12th: Submissions will be juried and artists will be notified if work has been accepted.
  • March 13-16th: Delivery of all accepted artwork.
  • March 22nd: Artists’ Preview Night at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre
  • March 27th: Opening performance
  • April 17th-19th: Pick up of all unsold work at The MAAG Gallery

MAAG assumes no liability for any damage that may occur during the exhibit and is not responsible for any artwork left past the pickup date

You can download your information and forms HERE.

MAAG Members – $20 PER PIECE

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Non-MAAG Members – $25 PER PIECE

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Illustration by Arleen Olshan

 

Open Call For Photographers – The Road Not Taken

Deadline for Submissions: January 21st, 2019

The Philadelphia Theatre Company, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, in partnership with the Mt. Airy Art Garage Gallery, is now accepting applications to exhibit your work.

The Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) is holding an open call for photographers to submit images for “The Road Not Taken;” a gallery opportunity happening this coming February at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre (480 S. Broad Street). We encourage photographers to submit up to two pieces of work to be on display and for sale in this upcoming exhibit. Some of the themes we are looking for are bridges, landscape, exciting images of the art of photography, loving, longing, loneliness and the barrenness of landscapes. Search through your work for unique images that mean The Road Not Taken to you. Have fun exploring these ideas.

The Road Not Taken is the second of three exhibits MAAG will mount at The Philadelphia Theatre Company. The Road Not Taken will accompany the production of The Bridges of Madison County, which will run from February 8 – March 3, 2019. In this soaring romance, Francesca Johnson, a beautiful Italian woman who married an American soldier to flee war-ravaged Italy, looks forward to a rare four days alone on her Iowa farm in 1965. However, her quiet escape is upended when ruggedly handsome National Geographic photographer Robert Kincaid pulls into her driveway seeking directions. What happens next in those four days may very well alter the course of Francesca’s life.

To apply, send the following to images.maag@gmail.com:

  • MAAG’s Submission Form
  • Up to 2 JPGs image (300 dpi) of the artwork you plan to submit for the MAAG wall
  • Jurying Fee ($20/members, $25/non-members per image)
  • Artist Bio/Statement

NOTE: The above items may also be delivered by snail mail.

Due Dates:

  • January 21st: Submission Deadline
  • January 24th: Submissions will be juried and you will be notified if your work has been accepted
  • January 25th-26th: Delivery of all accepted photographs
  • February 8th: Artists’ Pre-view Night at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre
  • February 13th: Opening performance
  • March 6th-8th: Pick up of all unsold work at The MAAG Gallery

MAAG assumes no liability for any damage that may occur during the exhibit and is not responsible for any artwork left past the pickup date

You can download your information and forms HERE.

MAAG Members – $20 PER PIECE

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Non-MAAG Members – $25 PER PIECE

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Photo by Kevin Bennett

 

Open Call For Artists – America Undone

Deadline for Submissions: October 3rd

The Philadelphia Theatre Company, at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, in partnership with the Mt. Airy Art Garage Gallery, is now accepting applications to exhibit your work.

The Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) is holding an open call for artists to submit for “America Undone;” two separate gallery opportunities happening this October at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre (480 S. Broad Street) and the MAAG Gallery (6622 Germantown Avenue). We encourage artists to submit up to two pieces of work to be on display and for sale in these upcoming shows.

America Undone will be the first of three exhibits MAAG will mount at The Philadelphia Theatre Company this year. America Undone will accompany the production of Sweat, which will run October 12 – November 4, 2018. Sweat tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on a factory floor in Reading, PA. However, when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat. “One of the hardest jobs anyone can have is the job of being poor,” said Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. “To survive from day to day is an epic struggle to find a way to feed yourself, clothe yourself, put a roof over your head. It is the most Herculean path when you have nothing.”

To apply, send the following to images.maag@gmail.com:

  • MAAG’s Submission Form
  • Up to 2 JPGs image (300 dpi) of the artwork you plan to submit for the MAAG wall
  • Entry Fee
  • Artist Bio/Statement

NOTE: The above items may also be delivered by snail mail.

Due Dates:

  • October 3: MAAG’s Submission form, JPGs and Jury Fee are due.
  • October 5-6: Submissions will be juried.
  • October 6: We will notify you if your work has been accepted
  • October 8: Delivery of art work.
  • October 17th: Opening at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre
  • October 27th: Opening Party at MAAG Gallery
  • November 10th: Pick up all unsold art work (PTC show)
  • November 30th: Pick up unsold art work (MAAG Gallery show)

MAAG assumes no liability for any damage that may occur during the exhibit and is not responsible for any artwork left past the pickup date

You can download your information and forms HERE.

MAAG Members – $15 PER PIECE

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Non-MAAG Members – $20 PER PIECE

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Photo courtesy of Ellie Seif

 

Open Call For Artists – Divided Nation

Deadline for Submissions: September 4th

In the Gallery at 6622 Germantown Avenue

The Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) is holding an open call for artists to express their concerns on the current state of our nation. We encourage artists of all disciplines to submit a work to be on display and for sale in this upcoming show, “Divided Nation.” The exhibit will reflect on our current political and social climate: from voting rights, free press/freedom of speech, racial discrimination, immigration issues, equality, safety for women and all residents of the U.S.

Remember as a non-profit, MAAG cannot endorse or sponsor any political position or party.

To apply, send the following to images.maag@gmail.com:

  • MAAG’s Submission form (page 2)
  • 1 JPG image (300 dpi) of the artwork you plan to submit for the MAAG wall.
  • Entry Fee
  • Artist Bio/Statement

NOTE: The above items may also be delivered by snail mail.

For all spoken word artists and performing artists, if you would like to be a part of this month’s events, please submit tapes of your work for consideration. MAAG would like to have weekly performances during this show.

Due Dates:

  • September 4: MAAG’s Submission form, JPG and Jury Fee are due.
  • September 7: Submissions will be juried. We will notify you if your work has been accepted.
  • September 14 & 15: is delivery of art work.
  • September 22: Opening Party
  • October 19 & 20: Pick up all unsold art work

MAAG assumes no liability for any damage that may occur during the exhibit.
MAAG is not responsible for any artwork left past the pickup date

You can download your information and forms HERE.

MAAG Members – $15

$15.00 Add to cart

Non-MAAG Members – $20

$20.00 Add to cart

Photo courtesy of Ellie Seif