South Carolina Community Loan Fund invites artists of all ages and skill levels to donate original, postcard-sized artwork for the 2016 Thought Leader Speaker Series being held November 15 at the Charleston Music Hall. The event, featuring a conversation with former Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley, will explore the relationship between the arts and community development as an effective strategy for revitalizing and building strong communities. All entries will be exhibited at the reception directly following the Thought Leader Speaker Series and will be available for sale for $125 per piece. Funds raised will support South Carolina Community Loan Fund’s work to transform and revitalize communities throughout the state.
All submissions must be 4 x 6 inch, postcard-sized work. Pre-cut mat board will be sent to participating artists the week of October 1. Art should be produced on the provided mat board, with the exception of photography, which may be dry mounted to the board. Each artist is asked to donate two to four limited-edition pieces.
Read the complete guidelines and find out how to participate.
Via: South Carolina Community Loan Fund