POSTCARDS OF POSITIVITY, DURING THE PANDEMIC
Postcards, Photos and Prints
Artrinity is pleased to announce the launch of an online exhibition titled ‘Postcards of Positivity, during the Pandemic,’ in partnership with The Goss-Michael Foundation benefiting artists and Artist Relief.
Artrinity co-founders, Joyce Goss, Kenny Goss and Maxine Trowbridge, will launch an exhibition in June that will benefit Artist Relief, a coalition of national arts grantmakers, launched in April to distribute $5k grants to artists facing dire financial emergencies due to COVID-19.
The online group exhibition titled, Postcards of Positivity, during the Pandemic, will showcase postcard-size original works of art, produced in any medium by participating artist from regional, national, and international locations. With a call for artists to participate beginning Friday, June 1, 2020, the online group exhibition will debut June 15, with final art submission by Friday, September 4, and the exhibition will continue till September 13, 2020.
These intimate and exclusive 4x6-inch works of art will symbolize an artistic moment of positivity, creativity, and philanthropy. Each postcard is available to purchase for $250, from June 15, through Sunday, September 13, 2020. Artrinity will donate 100% of the sales to artists and the Artist Relief fund. For more information on artist grant requirements visit Artist Relief.
Call for Artists:
Artrinity invites artists to create an exclusive, original work of art, postcard size of 4x6-inches, horizontal, in any medium. Artists can submit up to three works of art for selection via photo submission only. All selected digital images of work will be featured online in the exhibition, and through email campaigns and via social media outreach. Please submit quality images of artwork in jpg format. All works submitted for the exhibition must be titled, with description of medium, and signed on the back. For further details to participate email: email@example.com.
- Submission start date, June 1 through September 4, 2020.
- Postcard size, 4x6-inches, horizontal, any medium, titled and signed on back.
- Submissions, via photo only, good quality in jpg format.
- Submit up to three works of art.
- Submit images and details via Dropbox or WeTransfer link to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Send all relevant links for websites and social media channels, including gallery’s if required.
- Artrinity will confirm selected works to be included in the exhibition.
Call for artists begins: Monday, June 1
Online exhibition opens: Monday, June 15
Final submissions end: Friday, September 4
Exhibition closes: Sunday, September 13
SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram @artrinity_#PostcardsForArtistRelief #ArtistRelief
Artrinity is a collective of contemporary art projects that connect and inspire art enthusiasts. A conduit between Dallas, London, New York and Los Angeles, with a vision to share art as one cohesive conversation: art is an experience, art connects people, and art is for everyone. Founded by Joyce Goss, and Kenny Goss, known for their philanthropic success with The Goss-Michael Foundation in Dallas, a non-profit founded by the late George Michael and Kenny Goss, and for MTV RE: DEFINE—an annual art auction. And, British co-founder Maxine Trowbridge, a long-term board member at Dallas Contemporary, who most recently completed her tenure as president of the board.
About Artist Relief
Artist Relief is an initiative organized by the Academy of American Poets, Artadia, Creative Capital, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, MAP Fund, National YoungArts Foundation, and United States Artists—all small to mid-sized national arts grantmakers—that have come together in this unprecedented moment guided by the understanding that the wellbeing of artists has financial, professional, social, and mental dimensions, and should be fostered with a holistic framework of support. Visit: artistrelief.org
About The Goss-Michael Foundation
The Goss-Michael Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization that supports artists at multiple points in their careers through student scholarships, emerging artists grants, an artist residency program, and world-class exhibitions. Visit: g-mf.org