CALL TO ARTISTS: Chronicles of Change
A community exploration through art, science, and story-telling, of how Wallowa County and NE Oregon communities and landscapes are changing, from climate’s influence, to human and wild populations, to scenery, landscape and health… and what those changes mean to us.
EXHIBIT DATES: Oct. 6-Nov. 16
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: August 20, 2023
Photography, painting and drawing, ceramics, sculpture, multimedia, fiber, poetry, written works up to 2500 words, and digital media including audio and video are eligible for this thought provoking exhibit. All accepted work, including full written works, will be included in the catalog. An excerpt of longer written work will be hung in the exhibit; JCAC will choose the excerpt in consultation with the author.
Categories & Submissions:
Youth: grades 6-12; Up to 3 works; Flat fee $10. Scholarships available.
Adult- up to 3 works; Flat fee $20 for adults
All graphical, three-dimensional and multi-media must be submitted as images no smaller than 2000 pixels in longest dimension, or file sizes of 2 to 8 MB. Artists will be notified by submission status by September 1st.
Judge: Ellen Bishop
As we become a more urban, urbane, and technologically-driven society, I thnk it is essential top re-establish our ties to landscape and place. I’ve tried to accomplish this through both images and words, as well as interpretive work. With a Ph.D. in geology, and specialization in the exotic terranes of the Northwest, it’s natural that Pacific Northwest landscapes–their geologic history and ecosystems–are my specialty. My photographs try to reveal the landscape’s changing forms through time., and human’s changing relationship with nature. My images and interpretive work are used by the Nature Conservancy, Sierra Club, National Park Service, Oregon State Parks, Contdon Museum, High Desert Museum and many others.
Cash awards in both youth and adult categories.
For more information: Contact Dawn Norman, JCAC Exhibit Director exhibits@ josephy.org, 541-432-0505 extension #2