The annual all-member exhibition highlights our family of artists and provides a chance to stand out as a Merit Artist the following year. An invited juror will chose five Merit Artists, and a sixth is selected by popular vote.
2016 Juror: Kitty Dudics, retired Professor of Art from Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas.
After receiving her MFA in Art History from the University of Texas at San Antonio, Kitty taught college-level painting, drawing, and design for 34 years. She has had many group and solo shows throughout her career including her most recent shows at Corpus Christi Art Center, K-Space Contemporary in Corpus Christi, and Windway Gallery in Rockport.
You must be a current member to show in the annual member’s show.
You may submit ONE piece never before displayed at the Art Center.
Work must be delivered READY TO HANG. (see PRESENTATION/SIZE “READY TO HANG” Section.)
Only original artwork will be displayed
Work must arrive by Exchange Sunday,between 1-4 pm. Any pieces delivered after Exchange Day will not be displayed.
Any piece over 48” in any dimension will be hung if space is available. Contact the Visual Arts Director in advance if you have a question about the size or hanging of your piece.
3D Works must be of a size/weight that can be moved by one person of average strength without causing injury to themselves or the artwork. Special cases must be arranged prior to exchange date.
Member artists may also submit up to 3 miniature works, no larger than 10” on ANY DIMENSION including the frame. Miniatures hang concurrently with the CURRENTS Exhibition.
Member artists selected from the previous year’s CURRENTS exhibit will have a group show in August. The DVA selects and hangs pieces submitted by each Merit Artist to best display each individual work and the show as a whole.
Updated versions of this document can be found at http://rockportartcenter.com/resources/
* CURRENTS and STANDING OUT are main gallery shows. They are placed and installed at the discretion of the Director of Visual Arts and supporting staff. Rockport Center for the Arts reserves the right not to display any piece deemed significantly oversized,heavy, or overtly offensive. Miniatures are displayed in one of the parlor/member galleries and not reviewed by the juror.