Submit Your Work
Craft NE Presents The Mill City Art Show:
LOVE vs. FEAR
A Juried Exhibition hosted by Inverted Arts.
The 2nd Annual Mill City Art Show is a juried exhibition produced by Craft Northeast. The theme for the 2019 show is LOVE vs. FEAR. For centuries, wise people from a wide array of faith traditions have seen FEAR as a rival of LOVE. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “The old remedy for fear was great armaments. But how futile. It is only love that will solve the problem.” Yet, love is not necessarily the first instinctual reaction.
“The opposite of love is fear, not hate.” Yoko Ono said. Fear is an essential primal behavior bent on survival that occurs in our modern world in unexpected ways. Deep in our genetic programming we have the algorithm to trigger fear without notice.
“Love Not Fear” has become the mantra of many movements. We invite you to process this tension through your art and submit a piece to join the conversation of our curated show.
The application materials must be submitted online per the submission guidelines and instructions by August 31th, 2019. Artists will be notified of acceptance by September 16th, 2019 and will need to deliver their artwork to Inverted Arts between October 28th 2019 and November 1st 2019. Artwork will need to be picked up on November 10th 2019.
Exhibit Location: Inverted Arts, 77 13th Ave NE Suite #207 Minneapolis, MN 55413
Exhibit dates & hours: November 8-10, 2019. Hours TBD
Opening Reception: Friday November 8. Hours TBD
Gallery Hours TBD
Art Sales & Commissions
Inverted Arts will handle artwork sales, and will retain 25% commission on sales.
Artists are encouraged to submit works of any medium through the form, accompanied by an artist’s statement of 200 words or less. Artist’s are also encouraged to sell their pieces represented at the show and promote their other work with a business card or flyer. Due to limited space, dimensional pieces are limited to 36 inches by 48 inches by 36 inches.
Please consider submitting a new or previously created piece that you think would add to the conversation of this show.
We hope that the Mill City Art Show connects artists to a wider range of patrons and buyers, supports artists professionally by selling their artwork, and further help the Twin Cities arts community flourish even more.