Exhibition runs through Saturday, February 18th
Born in the boom years following World War II, the Corvette matured into a bona fide American icon. First and foremost, automobile designers are artists.
Automotive artwork, in large part, was never supposed to leave the studios they were designed in and were often destroyed. This scarcity makes the exhibition and catalog that much more remarkable and history.
Our exhibition catalog contains 120+ pages of these historic and rare sketches. Catalogs are full color and will be available in a very limited quantity. All proceeds of exhibition catalog sales to benefit the arts programs at the Scarab Club.
Purchased catalogs will be shipped domestically. International inquirers, please reach out to email@example.com.
Call for Entry2017 SCARAB CLUB
Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, August 6, 2017
Exhibition: October 4-November 11, 2017
Reception: Friday, October 6, 2017, 5-8 pm
Gallery Talk: Thursday, October 19, 2017, 6 pm
The Scarab Club invites submissions for its annual photography exhibition. It is an unthemed exhibition, open to all artists 18 years or older. Works may also include video, mixed media and alternative photographic processes.
The purpose of the 2017 SC Photography 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.
JUROR Cynthia Greig is a visual artist working primarily in photography and video. She earned her MFA from the University of Michigan, as well as an MA in art history from the University of Iowa and BFA in printmaking from Washington University, St. Louis. Her work has been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Windsor, CCS Center Galleries, Detroit Artists Market, Houston Center for Photography, Konsthallen- Bohusl?ns Museum, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Museum of Fine Arts Houston and National Museum, Wroc?aw, and Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, and is held in the public collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MFA Houston, Museum of Contemporary Photography, George Eastman Museum and Smith College Museum of Art. Inspired by collecting 19th and early 20th century photographs and the representation of women, Greig invented the fictional character of a 19th-century cross-dressing female photographer as part of her installation, “New Eden: The Life and Work of Isabelle Raymond. In turn, she co-authored the book, Women in Pants: Manly Maidens, Cowgirls and Other Renegades (Harry N. Abrams) with fellow artist and collector, Cate Smith. Greig’s studio is based in Ferndale, Michigan.ELIGIBILITY Participation is open to all artists 18 years or older.
ENTRY FEE 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.
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.