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Call for Entry: Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibition

  • 2 Jan 2020
  • 2:00 AM
  • 3 Feb 2020
  • 2:00 AM
  • The Scarab Club


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Up to 3 items to be juried
  • Up to 3 items to be juried
  • Up to 3 items to be juried

Registration is closed

Deadline: Sunday, February 2nd, midnight

Exhibition: February 21-March 14, 2020
Intake: February 16, noon-4 pm
Reception: February 21, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talk: Thursday, March 12, 6 pm
Pick-up: Sunday, March 15, noon-4 pm

Participation is open to all artists 18 years or older.

Scarab Club members and full time students pay a discounted entry fee of $20 for up to three images; Entry fee for all other artists is $25 for up to three images; Up to three additional images may be submitted, at $5 for each additional image.

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The Scarab Club invites submissions for its annual Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibition. It is an unthemed exhibition, open to all artists 18 years or older. 

The purpose of the Gilda Snowden Memorial Exhibition is to recognize the diversity and achievement of artists whose work shows creativity of concept, excellence of design and expertise of media; to display these works to regional audiences and to be an educational opportunity for students.

Painter and paper artist Meighen Jackson’s recent solo show at Janice Charach Gallery is about bodies in motion – climbing, evolving, revolving and taking some tumbles along the way.  It features Jackson’s lifelong interest in dynamic line and her first foray into large sculptural installations.  Jackson, a metro Detroit-based painter, educator and lecturer on contemporary art  is represented nationally by Walter Wickiser Gallery in Manhattan and shows regionally with M Contemporary and Ward Gallery. She is a former head of Chrysler Corporate Identity, Graphics and Printing Services.  Jackson holds an MFA in painting from the University of Cincinnati and undergraduate degrees from Michigan State University.

Contact Treena Flannery Ericson at

The Scarab Club is supported in part by awards from the Kresge Foundation, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation and the National  Endowment for the Arts.

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