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Stand Out Prints 2018: International Juried Print Exhibition

Highpoint is pleased to announce Stand Out Prints, our fourth international juried print exhibition. This exhibition will fill Highpoint's 1,000+ square feet of gallery space with select impressions of contemporary printmaking. The exhibition will run from September 7th through October 6th, 2018 with an opening reception taking place Friday, September 7th from 6:30-9pm.

Juror: Crawford Alexander Mann III is the Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. He previously worked at the Chrysler Museum (Norfolk, VA) and the RISD Museum (Providence, RI), following studies at Yale University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His responsibilities cover all periods of American art, from colonial to contemporary, with particular interest in the nineteenth century and in transnational exchange.

This is an exhibition of unframed work and Highpoint pays for return shipping within the U.S.!

Artists must be 18 years of age or older
Work must have been completed within the last two years (since 2016)
While non-traditional or digital output is accepted as a print element, submissions must utilize some form of traditional print media (Lithography, Relief, Intaglio, Screenprinting, Monotype, Collograph)
Individual artworks may not exceed 8 feet (96 inches / 243 centimeters) in any direction
Three-dimensional work may be submitted
Prints will be displayed unframed behind glass cut to paper size (unless otherwise specified by the artist)
Each artist may submit 1-3 images for consideration (including detail images)
Prizes: $3,000 in cash prizes and $300 in retail prizes will be awarded by the juror.

Entry Fee: Non-refundable handling fee of $30.

Sales: Highpoint will retain 20% of proceeds from exhibition sales. Work does not need to be available for purchase in order to be eligible for this exhibition. All unsold work will be returned after the exhibition in its original packaging.

Agreement: Submission of artwork constitutes an agreement that allows Highpoint to photograph and reproduce accepted work for promotional purposes and allows work to remain on display at Highpoint for the full duration of the exhibition. Submission also grants Highpoint and the juror permission to make final presentation decisions.

Liability: Work will be insured the entire time it is on Highpoint's premises. If damage occurs and the piece can be repaired, liability will be limited to the cost of repair. Damages incurred in transit to and from HP are the responsibility of the artist.

Shipping: All accepted work must be packaged in sturdy, reusable containers. Prints may be shipped rolled in mailing tubes or flat in well-padded containers. Packaging, shipping, and related costs to Highpoint are the responsibility of the artist. Highpoint will pay return shipping costs for artists located in the continental United States. Artists outside the continental United States will be assessed return shipping charges.

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