Submit to the 2022 30x30x30 EXHIBITION
Var Gallery's 30 x 30 x 30 Exhibition invites select artists, to make 30 pieces, in 30 days in the month of January. The show's goals are to stimulate an aggressive art-making marathon right away at the beginning of the year as well as provide gallery visitors the ability to collect small works from many artists. This is Var’s 7th year holding this exhibition and overall interest for the showcase continues to grow for artists and gallery patrons. Last year’s submission count hit over 130 and has an estimated 4,000 virtual visitors along with hundreds of private in-person appointments, dwarfing the previous years' attendance. Sales generated for artists for 2021’s exhibition total over $36K, most of which goes straight to the exhibiting artists.
$25 submission fee via the "Buy Now" button below.
Works accepted are paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, unique prints, photography, and collage.
All 2D work must be 6" x 6" INCLUDING the frame and all 3D work must be within or exactly 6" x 6" x 6". All work must be wall hangable.
All individual works must be for sale
Submit examples of your work,
Provide a clear statement regarding the work you intend on creating in the month of January 2021. (150 words or less)
Provide 3 image samples of current work that can reflect the media in which you intend on creating your 30. You may also submit an image of a sketch or sample of your intended 30.
Both statement and images will be submitted via One PDF document to email@example.com titled, “YOURNAME_30x30x30_Exhibition_2022 Submission”
DEADLINE NOVEMBER 14TH
2022 EXHIBITION JURORS
Maureen Ragalie is an arts professional with over ten years of experience in the visual art industry. Ragalie has vast experience in the arts, including working in the New York contemporary art world at David Zwirner Gallery, Cristin Tierney Gallery and Artspace.com. After relocating to Milwaukee, she served as the associate director of the Green Gallery and as the curator at Saint Kate - The Arts Hotel. Maureen Ragalie currently serves as the gener8tor Art Program Director.
Frank Juárez is an award-winning art educator, artist, author, presenter, arts advocate, and former gallery director. Juárez brings two decades of art education and arts management experience organizing local and regional art exhibitions, community art events, supporting artists through grant programs, and facilitating professional development workshops for artists. This has placed him in the forefront of promoting Wisconsin artists, networking, and attracting regional, national, and international artists to collaborate and exhibit in Wisconsin.
Josh Hintz is the owner & director of Var Gallery, Var West, and Hawthorn Contemporary. He also oversees a pop-up exhibition space, Between Two Galleries. Josh has been operating galleries for 10 plus years supporting artists from all over the globe. Var provides studios to local artists and galleries to display contemporary, group, and solo exhibitions featuring local and international artists. The galleries also showcase artistic performances.