Morini Gallery Call for Art “In The Zone”

This is not a BVAA show, but many of us have had art in the Morini Gallery in the past. It’s a great location and well worth submitting to. This is a juried-in show, meaning you submit JPGs to them to evaluate. If you’re chosen for the show, you then drive your artwork down to them.

In the Zone   Call for Artists

The Morini Gallery at MMAS is committed to supporting our local artists.

The Morini Gallery at Mass Music and Art Society (MMAS) is seeking submissions for its upcoming jury selected exhibition “In the Zone”. Artists are encouraged to submit works in all mediums 2D including photography. Images should not exceed 48” in any direction including frame.

In the words of Emily Hill, the journalist, being “in the zone” is delicious, immersive, and kinda trippy.  Time collapses. Sound falls away. Suddenly we look up, and it’s 4 a.m..  This tunnel-vision phenomenon is reported by athletes, creatives, and psychologists alike as a hyper-focused, sometimes spiritual, state of mind where anything is possible. It’s where we become our most productive, creative, and powerful selves.

Take a moment to recall that feeling and show us examples of when you truly felt you were…..

“In the Zone”.  

Artists may enter up to five (5) images.

Show dates: March 27th – June 21,  2020

Submission Deadline:  February 26, 2020

Notification of work(s) accepted:  March 9, 2020, Accepted artists will be listed on the gallery website. 

Drop off dates: March 23rd and 24th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Artists Reception: Saturday, March 28th,  5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Pick up dates: June 24th and 25th 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SUBMIT https://www.jotform.com/build/200203468047144

About the juror: 

Denise Driscoll 

Denise Driscoll is an abstract painter whose large-scale acrylic paintings involve extensive time “in the zone”. She has instigated, organized, or juried exhibits including “Material Meditation” at the New Art Center, “Multiplicity” at Fountain Street Gallery, “Iteration” at Gallery 263, and the “Storefront Art Project” for Lesley University. Her work has been shown throughout New England and her paintings are widely collected. Driscoll earned her MFA in Visual Art at Lesley Art + Design, where she currently teaches. She maintains a studio at Norwood Space Center, lives in Framingham, and is represented by Fountain Street Gallery.

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