Presented by AID Upstate | December 1, 2018
Call for Entries
Background: AID Upstate is a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention, care, and treatment of HIV. For more than three decades, AID Upstate has served Greenville, Anderson, Pickens and Oconee Counties in South Carolina. This year, for the first time, AID Upstate is proud to offer artists the opportunity to participate in its World AIDS Day event through the exhibition and sale of their work. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the work of AID Upstate to provide client care and services. Artists are encouraged to allow the theme of World AIDS day and the topic of HIV/AIDS to inspire their work. Thematically, the only requirement is the inclusion of the color RED somewhere in the work.
- The World AIDS Day reception, including an Art Show and Sale, will be held on Saturday December 1, 2018 from 4-7 at Indigo Flow and Art Studio in the West Village of Greenville at 1272 Pendleton Street. The event will be free and open to the public, donations will be accepted.
- Artists are asked to RSVP with an intention to submit work by September 14, 2018 using the form found at www.aidupstate.org
- Space is limited.
- Deadline for submission of work is November 16, 2018. Artwork drop off will be at 811 Pendleton Street, Suite 11 Greenville, SC on November 16th from 2-5PM.
- The show will be curated by a panel of professionals. Please see specific requirements* below.
- Artists are responsible for pricing their own work and other requirements may apply at the time of submission.
- Artists may choose to donate the entire cost of their work to benefit AID Upstate or participate in a 50/50 split. A piece will be selected by the panel for a purchase award in the amount of $500, for permanent display at the AID Upstate offices.
*Requirements: Only original work, submitted by the artist, will be considered. Work must not exceed 36” in any direction and cannot weigh over 35 lbs. All artwork must be finished. No wet paintings will be accepted. Artwork may be in any medium. All work must be professionally framed or finished and securely wired. To be considered, art should be tasteful and suitable for all audiences. Decision of the entry panel is final and work may be refused for any reason.
For more information contact: Beth Batson, AID Upstate board member, at email@example.com or 864-934-3054