CALL FOR IHC PLATFORM GALLERY SUBMISSIONS
HSSB 6TH FLOOR
Deadline: Tuesday, September 4, 2018
The IHC announces a new call for submissions for artwork to be included in its public exhibition space, the Platform Gallery. We are soliciting work that engages with our 2018– 19 public events series theme, Social Securities, which will consider human security throughout history and into the present. Visit here for the complete series description.
Submissions must include:
Selected artworks will be printed and matted (11 x 17) by the IHC and will also become part of the permanent Platform online artist archive.
Q: What kinds of art are you accepting for submission?
A: We are accepting digital images of two-dimensional artwork. The submission can be an artwork that is originally in digital form (e.g. a digital photograph or a digitally-designed image), or it can be a digital image reproduction of a non-digital artwork (e.g. a scan or photograph of a drawing or collage).
Q: What do you do with my art once it has been submitted?
A: If you art is selected for the exhibition, the IHC will print the high-resolution image on 11 x 17 inch paper and then return the printed image to you (unframed) after the conclusion of the exhibition. The IHC will delete the high-resolution digital image from its files after the exhibition. The low-resolution digital image will become part of the permanent online Platform Gallery. All image rights remain the property of the artist. If your submission is not selected for the exhibition, the IHC will delete both high- and low-resolution digital images from its files.
Q: What will the matting and frame look like?
A: The frame is 20 ½ x 28 ½ inches and is white; the mat displays an area of 10 ½ x 16 ¼ inches and is also white. To see the exhibition frames, please visit the HSSB 6th floor.
Q: How many pieces may I submit?
A: You may submit between one and fourteen artworks. There are fourteen frames in the gallery.
Q: May I submit a series of works?
A: Yes. Please note in your submission if some or all of your artworks are part of a series that may only be exhibited together.
Previous Platform Gallery exhibitions are viewable here.