Temple Beth Miriam’s Hineinu Initiative will host its first community-wide art exhibit. The juried-selected will be thematically consistent with the fall holiday period and will open just prior to S’licot and close by early November after Simchat Torah.
We invite you to share your art with us.
Firm submission deadline for Artwork and entry fee: Sunday, August 13, 2017. Entry fee to be received by this date and jpegs received by 2 pm.
Selections Announcement: (of artwork to be displayed) Monday, August 21, 2017
Delivery of Artwork Monday, August 28th- Artists deliver artwork to Temple Beth Miriam between 9AM to 1PM
Opening Reception Sunday, September 10th 5-8 PM Temple Beth Miriam
Exhibition Run September 4- November 5th-pick up all Artwork on Monday November 5, 9-1 PM
Theme: Days of Awe- The ten days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur are commonly known as the Days of Awe (Yamim Noraim) or the Days of Repentance. This is a time for serious introspection, a time to consider the sins of the previous year and repent before Yom Kippur. Among the customs of this time, it is common to seek reconciliation with people you may have wronged during the course of the year.
The Talmud teaches that Yom Kippur atones only for sins between man and God. To atone for sins against another person, you must first seek reconciliation with that person, righting the wrongs you committed against them if possible. We are looking for art to reflect these themes.
There will be a special tribute to Clara Gee Stamaty Ziment, a long time member of Beth Miriam and an accomplished artist whose work has been shown and appreciated for many, many years. There will be a wall dedicated to showing Clara Gee’s work and celebrating her.
About the Jurors
Renee Freedman-Renee has been painting primarily in oil and drawing for over thirty years and has shown and sold in NYC and Connecticut. She studied at The Art’s Student League and Pratt Institute, and was involved with Silvermine Arts Center, CT where she ran the Student’s show. She has been a juror for several art shows.
Arlene Mollow- Arlene is known for her paintings in diversified mediums. She has exhibited professionally for over 25 years in one person and group shows throughout New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island. She has been a juror for many art shows.
Entry Fee: $18 per Artist which covers judging of up to 6 submissions of artwork and a ticket to attend the show. Please mail payment or call with Visa or Master Card to Temple Beth Miriam, Att: Shari Nightingale, 188 Lincoln Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740. Tel# (732)222-3754. Write ART SHOW 2017 and the Artist showing on check. All fees to be received by August 13th, 2017.
Eligibility Artists of 18 years and older in Monmouth County, NJ. Only 2-D artwork will be juried; painting, pastel, mixed media, photography. Original artwork only, no reproductions (except for limited edition photography). No nudity.
Commission/Sales proceeds 70% to the artists and 30% to Temple Beth Miriam
Wall Art Maximum Sizes & Guidelines: 42”W X 42”H X 3” D-no shadow boxes. Due to limited hanging space we are limiting the sizes. Other sizes will be considered on a case by case basis if space permits. Pease feel free to submit larger sized artwork as one of your entries to be considered. Hanging Hardware- All framed and /or unframed artwork must have hanging wire, D-rings or screw eyes securely attached to the back of the artwork and must support the weight of the piece. NO SAWTOOTH! Frame- neat clean sturdy and supporting the artwork. Unframed canvasses should have finished edges. Mixed media artwork must be suitably framed.
Cut and paste the below entry format and email along with jpegs of your work.
ARTIST & SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Name: First Last-
BIO (100 words or less)
ARTWORK #1-#6 –upload jpeg medium size images and # each image to correspond with the below information:
H” X W”:
Year of creation:
EMAIL to send Artwork: email@example.com
You will receive confirmed receipt of all submissions by email.