Artists and creative community members are encouraged to submit proposals of site-specific artwork for the 2019 Art on the Trails outdoor exhibition, Marking Territory. The exhibition will be installed in the Beals Preserve, Southborough, Massachusetts from June 12 – September 22, 2019. Learn more about juror Shana Dumont Garr.
Theme: Marking Territory
Marking Territory explores the idea that both animals and humans have ways of creating boundaries in their environment in an attempt at creating a safe place. Mark making in art refers to the different lines, patterns, and textures we create in a piece of art. We invite artists to consider how one might mark the environment in a non-permanent way, as their own expression of boundaries.
Guidelines for Submissions
- Artists may submit existing work or a proposal for site-specific work.
- Multiple entries are welcome and encouraged.
- Artists are encouraged to visit Beals Preserve on their own prior to submitting OR request a private tour by emailing email@example.com.
- You may identify a location for your work if you choose. The final siting of the work is at the discretion of the juror. View a map of Beals Preserve.
- Please indicate if work requires support or suspension in the landscape and your proposed method for achieving this.
- All work will be considered based on quality of materials and ability to implement proposed work.
- This is a Leave No Trace exhibit; from installation to dismantling, nature must be left intact and all materials brought to the site must be removed at the end of the show.
- Work does not need to be for sale, however, SOLF requests a 25% donation on any works sold in the exhibit.
- By submitting a proposal, artists acknowledge Southborough Open Land Foundation assumes no liability for artwork on the property during the exhibition.
- The selected artists will be notified by May 10, 2019 via email.
- The art submission period has closed for 2019.
- Please contact Catherine Weber, firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.