Call for Submissions For Annual Juried Show
The Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina announces that the theme for its seventh annual Rosenzweig Gallery Juried Art Exhibit will be "Change and Renewal."
Entries selected for the exhibit will be displayed April 2-June 10. The submission deadline is March 3. For details on submission, and to download application forms please visit the "Rosenzweig Gallery" section at www.jhfnc.org. Best-of-show, second place and honorable mention cash awards will be announced and presented at the opening reception on Sunday, April 19, from 2 to 4 p.m.
The juror for the "Change and Renewal" show is nationally known photographer and writer, John Rosenthal, of Chapel Hill, recipient of a 2008 North Carolina Visual Artist Fellowship. Rosenthal's work has been exhibited throughout North Carolina and the Southeast. His commentary on photography and related matters has been aired on WUNC-radio, an affiliate of National Public Radio.
Focusing on Judaic art from North Carolina and the region, the Rosenzweig Gallery features a permanent collection of Jewish ritual objects and presents rotating exhibits on Jewish themes including Judaica, religious books and prints, and contemporary art. The gallery showcases exceptional Jewish art featuring both rising young talent and accomplished artists working in paint, sculpture, photography, fiber and ceramics. Hundreds of visitors attend exhibits including the very popular annual juried art show that attracts regional, national and international submissions. Best of Show winners are offered in a one-person show. Exhibits are available for display in communities throughout the state.
Additional information regarding the submissions to the show and the Rosenzweig Gallery can be found at www.jhfnc.org or by calling Will Grossman at (919) 668-5839. The gallery is located at the Judea Reform Congregation, 1933 W. Cornwallis Road, Durham. Hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday 9a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings.
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