No Hate Art Show

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The message of 'No Hate' can be interpreted and applied broadly, and everyone can relate to this message in their own way. Our goal is to present an art show supporting tolerance and love by including creations inspired by, but not limited to, Pride Week, Equality, Anti-bullying & more. The Human Rights Campaign will be onsite during the show to help promote equality.

The #NoHate Art Show that coincides with our Third Saturday Open Studios on June 17, 2017 from 5-9pm.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: Deadline has passed, thank you to all artists that submitted.

ART SHOW FEE: If accepted, there will be an entry fee of $10.00 per work of art due at Drop Off. We accept cash & checks payable to Ken Hudson. (There is no fee to submit artwork for consideration to the show.)

There is NO commission fee involved and therefore artists are strongly encouraged to attend for the duration of the show and handle all sales transactions. No artwork may be removed from the gallery until the end of the exhibit and artists must advise the sales desk of all sales transactions to ensure the safety and accountability of artwork. If an artist is unable to handle any sales transactions, the sales desk is happy to facilitate the sale on your behalf for a 10% stipend to cover processing & handling fees.

1. All work must be original by the artist, created within the last two (2) years, and not shown at Hardy & Nance before.
2. There are no size restrictions for this show.
3. All work must be available for purchase.
4. All artwork must be "wired" and ready to sawtooth hangers or loose paper.
5. Read rule # 4 again, we will reject your work if not properly prepared for installation.
6. All work should be properly labeled on the back with: Artist’s Name, Title, Date, Medium, Size (including frame), Price, Phone # & Email.
7. Accepted artwork must be delivered on June 11th (11a-4p) and June 12th (5-9p) without exception. Delivery accepted through door G entrance.

• You will be notified of your acceptance via email no later than June 8, 2017.
• Curator reserves the right not to hang work that isn’t properly wired for hanging as specified above or if it differs significantly from the work that was accepted via image.
• Pick-up of all work: All Artwork must be claimed at the end of the show (June 17 at 9:00pm).
• Artist working in 3D media will need to supply own pedestal.

Although we will take every possible care and reasonable means to secure your work, Hardy & Nance Studios strongly recommends that you insure your own work. H&N will accept no responsibility for loss or damage to your work.
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By: The Hardy & Nance Studios