Ah Haa Call To Artists: Juried Group Show

The human body has been a muse for artists as long as people have been creating art. Telluride’s Ah Haa School for the Arts wants to see how you interpret the body; the school has issued a call to regional artists to submit their work to its annual juried group show, which will be loosely themed “Body of Work.” Submission deadline is Jan. 15; the show will open with a reception on Feb. 1, and will be exhibited for the month of February. 

The human body is one of the most enduring themes in visual arts. Over millenia, artists have interpreted the human form as a means of understanding identity, as portraits and expressions of the self, in imaginative shapes, in humorous ways, or as a way to communicate and connect with the viewer.

This year, the Ah Haa School’s annual regional exhibition will celebrate the human body. The juried exhibition, “Body of Work, will highlight work that reflects all interpretations of the human form. Regional artists located within 150 miles of Telluride are invited to submit works in all media: painting, ceramics, sculpture, printing, fiber, metals, photography and other, that interpret or celebrate the human form. Submitted works should embrace the form, figure, function, or face of the human body.

Four cash prizes will be awarded: $500 for 1st place, $250 for 2nd place, $100 for 3rd place and People’s Choice Award. Jurors are Baerbel Hacke, Julie McNair and David Holbrooke.

Check out the ONLINE ENTRY FORM for more information or to submit. 

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