TOMORROW – JULY 1, 2014 Midnight Pacific time is the DEADLINE to apply for the 2015 NCECA BIENNIAL
The final hours are counting down to submit your application for the 2015 NCECA Biennial!
Our esteemed jurors Linda Christianson, Anders Ruhwald and Jo-Ann Conklin are looking forward to seeing your work and putting together a thoughtful and compelling exhibition for Lively Experiments in Providence, Rhode Island.
The NCECA Biennial is a premier international juried ceramics exhibition. Brown University’s David Winton Bell Gallery will host the 2015 NCECA Biennial in conjunction with Lively Experiments, the 49th Annual NCECA Conference in Providence, Rhode Island (March 25-28, 2015). The exhibition will run January 24 – March 29, 2015.
In an exciting new development, NCECA is pleased to announce that up to $8000 in purchase awards will be made through the exhibition in cooperation with the Ceramic Research Center, ASU Art Museum at Arizona State University. Acquisitions made through these awards will be housed along with a portion of the NCECA collection at the Ceramic Research Center, making the works more accessible to audiences and scholarship in the field.
While you’re thinking about it, if you’re a student in the states consider the student juried expo: http://nceca.net/nceca-calls-and-exhibitions/2015-national-student-juried-exhibition/