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[BKARTS] Wax and the Artist Book



Call to Book Artists who Incorporate Wax/Encaustic in their bookworks:

A survey of book artists who are using wax as a major component of their artists' books to be given as a lecture/workshop. The director is very encouraging, so it is very likely that this will be accepted for presentation next June 2009. Who knows...it may eventually evolve into an exhibition somewhere, (Tucson?) but for now the images will be used for a powerpoint lecture format shown to an international group.

Here are the specs:

Wax and the Artist Book
International call to book artists who incorporate wax/encaustic within their bookworks. Selected images will be proposed to be presented in a lecture format by Catherine Nash, M.F.A. at the June, 2009 International Encaustic Symposium at Montserrat College of Art in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Images : preferably at least 2 different works, no more than 5, (one detail per artwork OK)
Information Needed, sent on the CD as a pdf only:
Name
85 word bio
150 word artist statement
Postal mailing address
Telephone number
Email address
web site if possible
Format : accepted in jpeg format, ~5" X 7" in size and at no less than 300dpi.
CDs accepted : postmarked August 10th through Sept 1st, 2008. Please do not send it earlier as I will be out of state....
Acceptance Notification : by email sent ~ November 15th, 2008
Send by Post to : Catherine Nash, 1102 West Huron St., Tucson, AZ 85745 (USA) (no email entries accepted)
CDs will not be returned.




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