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Call for artist to exhibit in Budapest, hungary 2020

BY Beata Szechy | 09-Jan-2020
OPEN CALL: Environment & BookArt exhibition (9 X 12). Bartok1 Gallery, Budapest 2020. Deadline: March 1, 2020
Artworks on or of paper may be any size, but MUST fit in a 9 X 12 (22.9X30.5cm) envelope or box. Unmatted, unframed photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, mixed media, cast or folded paper, multimedia or digital prints.  

1. Send the application form, artist resume/CV, artist statement, 1 - 3 still image work samples OR max 3 minute of video (Youtube, Vimeo) by email to bszechy@yahoo.com and application fee ($25) by PayPal.

2. Jury selection will be in mid March.

3. Accepted original artworks arrival to HMC, 2503 Costa Mesa Dr. Dallas, TX 75228 by April 5, 2020
or to 1124 Budapest, Tamasi Aron u. 34. between May 10- May 21, 2020. Please do not send artworks before May 10th.

Entry fee is charged to cover gallery cost, handling and processing of submissions. Please send $25 to Hungarian Multicultural Center (bszechy@yahoo.com) by PayPal. (see PayPal info on the bottom of the entry form) Max. 50 artists will be selected for the exhibit. Send original artworks only after acceptance in a 9 X 12 envelope. Unsold artworks mailed if an SASE (self address stamped envelop) included! Awards: Best of Show Awards

About the The Hungarian Multicultural Center

The Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc. (HMC) is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit corporation, founded in 1990. HMC's mission is to bridge cultural, geographic, and linguistic divides by bringing people together through the arts in order to foster a greater understanding of world cultures.

The HMC's cultural programs are film screening, concerts, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, videofestivals and artists' residencies.

The INTERNATIONAL ARTIST-In-RESIDENCY PROGRAM was founded in 1995. HMC offers a unique opportunity for artists chosen from around the world: the opportunity to reside and work as a resident artist in an atmosphere designed to stimulate personal vision and encourage new and exciting artistic expressions.

It is neither a school nor an artist`s colony. It does, however, offer an opportunity for professional artists to explore their full creative potential.

Residencies and exhibitions are yet another way to bring the contemporary art and artists featured in the series directly to local communities and audiences. Providing an opportunity to interact with new work and new ideas, residencies can initiate important conversations and create forums for further public dialogue.

Facilitating connections between artists and different communities can deepen the conversations started in the broadcast series. Involving the artists directly in outreach is an important aspect of the HMC series.

For more information and Application Form please email to: bszechy@yahoo.com