Asheville Art Museum posts a call for entries for “Prime Time: Annual New Media Juried Exhibition”
The Asheville Art Museum is excited to announce a call for entries for its second annual Prime Time: Annual New Media Juried Exhibition. This exhibition, which will open in April as part of Moogfest, supports the Museum’s expanding focus on the rapidly changing field of new media art.
Prime Time will include the work of 15 finalists based in North Carolina, South Carolina or Tennessee who are working in single channel, screen-based new media, including video art, experimental animation and time-based media. Selection for the exhibition will be made by Asheville Art Museum curatorial team members and two outside jurors. The works will be screened in the Museum’s New Media Gallery, which offers artists the opportunity to share their work with the community while developing new audiences and gaining recognition for their contribution to the modern art scene.
A special preview screening and reception (time and date to be determined) will take place as part of Moogfest (April 23-27). Prime Time: Annual New Media Juried Exhibition will be on view until August 31, 2014.
Artists interested in submitting their work can find submission details at www.ashevilleart.org/juriedexhibition.