Drop of your artwork Thursday, June 1, 2 - 6:30 pm at the Metro Center, 2 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13202.
Pick-up your artwork on Monday, August 14, 4 - 7 pm at the Metro Center.
If you are not able to deliver or pickup your artwork on these dates & would like to participate in the show, talk with the host at one of our drawing sessions or contact us by phone or web form to make other arrangements.
All work must be framed & have a wire for hanging from a picture hook. Covering with plexiglass or glass to protect them may insure their safety.
If you are using "Swiss Clips" or other systems that leave glass edges exposed you must use plexiglass instead of glass because volunteers have been cut by broken glass with these systems.
Everyone who has been to a drawing session at the Westcott Community Center within the last year can submit work.
If you've come 3 or more times, you can submit up to 3 pieces;
If you've come twice, 2 pieces;
Only once? You can still submit 1 piece.
Not sure of your attendance? Then bring in three pieces and we will check the sign-in logs. Our hope is everyone will submit something.
This is a non-juried show; everyone is guaranteed at least one piece will be displayed!
No nudity is allowed.
We need additional artwork for the Fayetteville Library show. Can you help?
Pieces must have identification and contact information on the back.
Include your name and phone number (or e-mail or street address) to assure proper identification.
We also suggest signing and dating your work.
Please package your artwork carefully.
Hint for packing your artwork:
Protect the corners; place a piece of cardboard (big enough to cover the frame) over the glass; and place in a garbage bag or other protective wrapping.
Be sure to mark all the packing materials with your name or initials. Labeling your packaging material helps us repackage it when we take the show down.
OFD Inc. takes no responsibility for loss or damage to the pieces. In the history of the shows we have only encountered problems with cracked glass on fast-frame pieces.
Work can be for sale, but does not have to be. Sales will be handled between the buyer and the individual artist.