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Calligraphic Enigma: CALL FOR ENTRIES
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- From: John Neal <JohnNeal@AOL.COM>
- Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2000 15:12:37 EDT
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CALL FOR ENTRIES
...where magic lines meet. "Whence did the wondrous mystic art arise of
painting speech and speaking to the eyes, that we, by tracing magic lines are
taught, how to embody and how to color thought." - William Massey
We hope you will ponder familiar lines and submit work whose magic
transcends the orthodox and speaks to the wider artistic community. If
entranced by the ephemeral and trying to communicate beyond the strictly
orthodox, share your painted speech and non-verbal lines with us. The
ingenuity of design should draw the viewer to enigmatic wonder at the
artistic execution. If you are a graphic designer who combines speaking to
the eyes of the consumer and incorporating the magic lines of letterforms and
calligraphy, share your magic with us.
- The Guilford Handcraft Center
- Letter Arts Review
Exhibit of Singular Works:
June 23 - August 5, 2001
The Guilford Handcraft Center, Guilford, CT.
It is planned that the show will travel
to several cities in the USA.
Letter Arts Review Annual:
The accepted entries will be reproduced
in the 2001 Annual issue of Letter Arts Review.
Entry Fee: $20 per entry.
Deadline for entries: February 1, 2001
Jurying: February 10-11, 2001
Notification of Artists: March 2001
Receiving of Work: June 19-22, 2001
Opening Reception &
Presentation of Awards: July 1, 2001
First Prize $1,000.
Second Prize $500.
Third Prize $250
Calligraphic Enigma artists may submit slides
of original work executed since January 1, 1999,
that has not been previously exhibited in the GHC Gallery.
Singular works including broadsides, one of a kind pieces.
Typeface Design, Trademarks & Logotypes,
Corporate Promotion, Signage, Packaging,
Book Design, Posters, Seasonal Works,
Special Occasion Pieces, Self Promotion, Miscellaneous.
Jurors: Ewan Clayton (Brighton, England),
Karyn Gilman (Norman, OK), Jerry Kelly (New York, NY).
Flat works/Sculpture: All work should be submitted
in 35 mm slides or transparencies. Send an overview
plus a detail shot. No more than three slides for any one entry.
Books: Must have calligraphy as a major design
element and must be hard bound. No more than 6 slides per book.
Submit tear sheets and or printed samples.
May be mounted or unmounted. No mailing tubes.
Commercial books where calligraphic elements are
of importance to the book's design may be submitted.
Printed Matter will be shown only in the Letter Arts Review Annual.
Please request a complete call for Entries from
Calligraphic Enigma, The Guilford Handcraft Center,
PO Box 589, Guilford, CT 06437 or
Letter Arts Review, PO Box 9986, Greensboro, NC 27429.
If you would like the exhibit to visit your city,
please write the Guilford Handcraft Center,
regarding Calligraphic Enigma, or check out
the website for details: www.handcraftcenter.org
Letter Arts Review is the international journal serving the calligraphic and
lettering arts community with informative articles, considered commentary and
outstanding reproductions. Each issue seeks to inform, inspire and invigorate
- whether the work you seek is contemporary, historical, experimental or
traditional, commercial or fine-arts oriented, legible or non-legible, verbal
or non-verbal. Edited by Karyn Gilman, it is published now by John Neal,
Letter Arts Review
Subscription Prices: USA Canada Others
1 year (four issues) $42 $45 USD $62 USD
2 years (eight issues) $75 $81 USD $107USD
Payment is in US funds. Check, Money order, Mastercard, Visa, Discover
There is a 10% discount for students, but the class must send in the
subscriptions in a group. We can send a packet of info to your teacher with
all the details about the offer.
Single copies of the current Letter Arts Review Annual Issue (Vol 15 No 3)
are availabe for $16.50 (includes postage in the USA ). Canada add $1.00 per
issue. Others add $5.00 per issue
Letter Arts Review
John Neal, Bookseller
PO Box 9986
Greensboro, NC 27429
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