CAF: Call For Entries 2011

Local Artists Encouraged to Submit New Work

Call For Entries (CFE) is an annual juried exhibition that encourages artists from the local community to produce newly commissioned work. CFE is open to individuals currently living and/or working in Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo Counties. Three to six artists will be selected by a panel of jurors made up of artists and art professionals to exhibit new work in a group exhibition held at CAF in 2011.

Shane Tolbert, Mirror, 2010 [Pigment dispersion on dyed fiber on panel, 79 x 79 in.]
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Shane Tolbert, Mirror, 2010 [Pigment dispersion on dyed fiber on panel, 79 x 79 in.]

This year’s panel includes: TBD. All submittals are individually evaluated based on the artistic and creative strength of the recent (last five years) work.

For rules and eligibility and to submit your application and fee, visit Fee is $20 for CAF members, $35 for non-members, and is waived for brand new members upon joining. Email to find out your membership status. Completed application and fee must be submitted online by Friday, October 8, 2010 at 5 pm. Selected applicants will be posted on the CFE webpage on TBD.

The Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum (CAF) is a non-profit, non-collecting alternative art space dedicated to the exhibition, education, and cultivation of the arts of our time. Celebrating its 34th anniversary in 2010, CAF is the premier venue for contemporary art between Los Angeles and San Francisco. CAF is located at the Paseo Nuevo Mall Upper Arts Terrace in downtown Santa Barbara.

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