Call for Artists
The 10th annual Family in Global Transition (FIGT) conference will present an art exhibition in Houston, Texas, USA on the 6th to 8th March 2008. http://www.figt.org
For the first time, the FIGT conference is presenting work in all media from expat artists around the world. The presentation will be done on a power point programme and will be running throughout the conference time.
- The entry is free.
- Artist may enter no more than 2 pieces of recent artwork reflecting their lives as expatriates.
- To apply, send by email as jpgs in a range of 1024 x 768 to 2048 x 3072 pixels with no images exceeding 2.5 MB.
Labelled surname first, then first initial, and the image number (For example DoeJ1, DoeJ2). Within the email also list your full name, contact information, and an image list (title of artwork, medium, dimensions, date of creation).
- The deadline for applications is January 15, 2008. By this date, email to Natalie Tollenaere email@example.com
If accepted, a larger version of your images will be requested along with the following information.
- A short biography (200 words maximum).
- A comment about the artwork itself.
- Contacts of the artist (physical address and e-mail address).
FIGT will NOT handle any sale during or after the conference. Delegates are free to contact artists if they want to purchase any art work. If artists make any sale to delegates we would suggest that 20% of the sale would go to FIGT (Pollock funds, see http://www.figt.org). Detail for this will follow.
Selection will be done by Joelle Dietrick, Assistant Professor at Florida State University and Natalie Tollenaere expat artist, engage in accreditation as a life coach and art therapist certification. Confirmation will be sent to the accepted artists.
If you have any questions, please contact Natalie Tollenaere at http://www.figt.org
Enjoy the journey...
Natalie and Joelle
There are moments in our lives , there are moments in our days, when we seem to see beyond the usual. Such are the moments of our greatest happiness. Such are the moments of our greatest wisdom. If one could but recall his vision by some sort of sign. It was in this hope that the arts were invented. Sign-posts on the way to what may be. Sign-posts toward greater knowledge. -Robert Henri