Primal Ledger Call for Artists

Exhibition Statement
“The world of reality has its limits: the world of imagination is boundless.” by Jean-Jacques Rousseau

In the context of the Exhibition, the “Primal Ledger” refers to humanity’s most instinctual origins and how we have journeyed beyond the physical limitation of evolutionary development. We are asking for artists who are thinking of “alternative reality” as a playground to the artistic senses in regards to styles, mediums, and fictitious stories

Exhibition Dates: Nov 17th – Dec 8th, 2023

Opening Reception: Nov 17th @ 6-9 pm

In the context of the Exhibition, the “Primal Ledger” refers to humanity’s most instinctual origins and how we have journeyed beyond the physical limitation of evolutionary development. We are asking for artists who are thinking of “alternative reality” as a playground to the artistic senses in regards to styles, mediums, and fictitious stories

About the Curators

Angela Yang is a painter, installation, and multi- media artist whose works focus on psychology, belief systems, altered realities, and the feminine. She received her Bachelor’s degrees from FSU and her MFA degree from FIU. She was a former Art and Art History teacher and professor and currently works for an international art supply company.

Nikolaos Yulis received his Master’s in Visual Arts from Miami International University of Arts & Design and Graduate studies, Parson’s School of Design and C.W. Post in New York. He has exhibits both at the national and international level. He is an Art Coordinator at Central Broward College and a Gallery consultant.

Accepted Work Guidelines

Artists are individually liable for their own artwork(s). The 1310 Gallery will provide utmost care on handling and the safety of your artwork(s) upon delivery; but because we are non-profit collective we are unable to offer insurance for your work(s). A $25 donation given when dropping off work to cover expenses for the show, we will accept cash or Zelle.

When pricing your work add 10% – this will go the 1310 Gallery Fund.

The Submission Deadline is Oct 20th, 2023 by Midnight.

Accepted Artists will be notified by Oct 24th

The artist or owner of the pieces will assume expenses for the shipping of the pieces as well as for the return delivery cost of art piece(s).

If you have any questions please contact via email (nikowindyahoo.com) or call me (631- 943- 7580)

Artists must email their submissions to Angela Yang at angelayangart@gmail.com with the following information.

▪ Full name/ or Name for Print

▪ Phone number (social media for promotional use)

Accepted Work please include a confirmation:

Title Dimensions (inches, Height, Width x Depth) Media Sale prices (remember add 10% for 1310 Fund) or NFS

*Please make sure that you Identify the work to the information in your email.

In addition, please include a small statement about your work or a Bio.

Note a “Selected Image” for Promotional use of yourself or your work.

For Performances/ Installations a descriptive proposal must be submitted as an attached word document, double space, 12 points in Times New Roman and saved as PDF. Please include Title – Thumbnail Sketch or Pic example, Dimension of gallery space needed, and specific set of instructions or request for specific technologies.

Delivery of Artwork to the 1310 Gallery

Out-of-state Artists

All artworks shipped from out of state must be here between Nov 8th to Nov 11th. Artwork must be professionally presentable for hanging or installation. Flat art does not need to be framed if gallery wrapped, magnets and/or hanging clips can be employed. 2-D Artwork must have hanging wire, sawtooth hangers, or hanging clips. For 3-D Artwork a pedestal will be provided, if needed.

*The artist or owner of the artwork(s) need to send installation instructions and will include a pre-paid return label for shipping.

For Hand-delivered Artwork

Drop off: All artworks must be hand-delivered between Saturday and Sunday, Nov 4 – 5, 2023 by appointment via phone or email. Hours of general availability are 10 am – 2 pm.

Niki Lopez

Niki Lopez Afro-Latina, Queer, interdisciplinary Visual Artist, Curator, Social Practioner, Cultural Programer, award-winning Graphic Designer and Mom. Lopez is best known for her masks and a collection of works dealing with some of her trauma and healing through the arts which inspired her to create What’s Your Elephant ®. Lopez produces “The Circle”, a bi-weekly Facebook/Youtube live-video podcast sharing stories of our creative community, activists & social entrepreneurs. Niki’s advocacy includes mental health, self-care, and diversity in swimming. Lopez is one of the founding members of the Sailboat Artist Lofts.

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