Curators: Lee Brock & Richard White

Artwork Submission Process:
All submissions of artwork for acceptance in the exhibit will be made through ArtServe’s online registration system. Quality photographs of artwork must be included with submission. Online submission of artwork is REQUIRED for consideration. www.ArtServe.org

Online Submission runs: Now- 11:59 pm, April 13, 2018

Notification of Acceptance: Artists will be notified no later than April 16

Art Intake/Installation: Saturday, May 26 (10 am-noon). Or by special arrangement.

Art Pick Up: Saturday, June 23 (10 am- 2pm)

Sale of Artwork: ArtServe will add a 25% mark-up to the artist’s price.

Entry Fees: $35 non-refundable entry fee for consideration.

To celebrate ten years of DBA we are curating an exhibition of art that speaks innovation and quality. Art with technique, subject matter, or application that seeks to transcend the common standards. Challenge your creative and critical thinking skills to take your place as an Avant-Garde artist of the 21st century with art that “challenges the artist and the future.”

• All graduates of the Artist as Entrepreneur Institute, regardless of having shown in past DBA shows.
• Artist must have a website and a minimum body of work of 10 pieces that depict a new dimension that they are pursuing.
• Each artist agrees to market the exhibit via personal social media (Facebook, Instagram, twitter, email, etc.)
• AEI graduates will be selected based on quality and professionalism of their work.

• 2-D and 3D Artists: 5 high resolution images (300 dpi) of original work.
• Performing Artists: 5 one-minute video clips of 5 works
• Artist bio (60 word maximum)
• Artist statement
• Artist email, URL and phone number

Acceptance/Placement of Artwork: Artwork is subject to review and placement by the discretion of the Curatorial Committee. Gallery placement is final.

Leslie Brock

Richard White

Submission inquiries:
jorgev@artserve.org 954.462.8190 ext. 206

Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council