Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Projekt30 JANUARY 2009 EXHIBITION: Deadline: Dec 1, 08


Projekt30 is taking submissions for our new January 2009 publicly juried exhibition.

We are an artist-run arts organization dedicated to promoting emerging artists. The exhibition will include thirty artists; invitations will be sent to over 30,000 galleries, collectors, and fellow artists. Visitors have the option of contacting any participating artist with feedback or opportunities. Since 2003 over 200,000 messages have been sent to participating artists.

All artwork submitted will be presented online prior to the exhibition so visitors may help select which artists will be included in the exhibition. Unlike other juried exhibitions, all participants receive exposure.

Opens: Jan 1, 2009.
Public Jury: Dec 15, 2008 - Dec 29, 2008
Deadline: Dec 1, 2008.

Go to for more details.

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About PROJEKT30:

PROJEKT30 is an artist run arts organization. Our mission is to expose artists to "brick and mortar" galleries interested in presenting their work, private collectors, patrons, or even simply just art lovers. All of our exhibitions are "publicly juried", meaning that site visitors construct the final exhibition by rating the artworks merit. Via this system we are helping shape the art world of the twenty-first century, and endeavoring to encourage broader public interest in the fine arts.

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