“White on White” Juried Competition
A winter season juried exhibition is calling for artists to submit monochromatic works, with absence of color, from the many hues and shades of white, and neutrals.
Open call: To all artists working in painting, drawing, prints, video, collage, mixed media and photography and 3-D work fitting on a pedestal no bigger than 24”, wall sculptures and wall installations. There are no size limitations for 2-D work, but we will only accept plexiglass as the glazing on framed pieces.
Eligibility: Artist must be at least 18 years of age
Entry fee: $35 for up to three entries
Entry deadline: October 2, 2015 by midnight CST
Notification date: October 30, 2015
Artists will be notified via email.
Delivery deadline: November 20, 2015
Return shipping: Week of January 25, 2016
Exhibition dates: December 4, 2015 – January 23, 2016
Helen DeVitt Jones Studio Gallery
All selected work must remain on view in the gallery until the close of the exhibition.
Opening receptions: December 4 and January 1, during the First Friday Art Trail 6 – 9 pm
1st place $500
2nd place $250
3rd place $100
3 Honorable Mentions
Examples of White on White art
|Benoit Courti||Peter Colstree||Ezio Gribaudo|
|Lisa Rodden||Ed Ruscha||Verne Funk|
About the Juror: Glenn Downing
Glenn Downing was born and raised in Waco, Texas. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. He then went on to receive a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University. After graduate school and a tour with the Peace Corps, Glenn moved to New York where he became an assistant for the late Nam June Paik. He is currently a Professor of Art at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas. www.glummonkey.com
- Entry fees are non-refundable.
- All work must be ready to hang.
- No substitution for accepted artworks will be allowed.
- Artist is responsible for shipping work to and from LHUCA. Prepaid return shipping must accompany artwork upon delivery.
- LHUCA staff will handle all sales of artwork and will charge a 35% commission.
- Artwork will be insured while at LHUCA but not during transit.
- Artists are responsible for insuring their work during transit.
- Even if the work is not for sale, the artist must provide a value for the art for our insurance purposes.
- In the event of damage while on our premises, LHUCA will purchase the work, retaining the 35% commission fee and paying the artist 65% of the purchase price.
- LHUCA will not assume responsibility for work improperly framed or poorly packaged for shipping.
- In the event the hardware provided by the artist fails and a piece is damaged, the artist is responsible for loss.
- Images of accepted work may be used for promotional purposes.
Selected work will be shipped with prepaid return shipping to
511 Ave K
Lubbock, Texas 79401
If you have any questions contact Linda Cullum
Founded in 1997, LHUCA, the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, is a nationally recognized private, 501(c)(3) non-profit fine arts center. Our mission is to "enrich and inspire our community by being a catalyst for the arts.
Located in the heart of the Lubbock Arts District, LHUCA has a unique four block campus that offers exciting spaces for arts enrichment including four visual art galleries, a 159 seat theatre, the Helen DeVitt Jones Clay Studio, a state-of-the-art clay facility, and flexible education and meeting spaces.
Our art campus is shared with CASP, Charles Adams Studio Project, also a non-profit 501(c)(3), founded in 2009. CASP currently consists of four live/work artist studios, one of which is a rotating Artist-in-Residence program, the CH Foundation Metals Studio, the Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio, the CASP 5&J Gallery, and the Texas Tech School of Art Satellite Gallery.
LHUCA is open from 11 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Saturday and is free to the public.
|LHUCA||Helen DeVitt Jones Studio Gallery|
Thank you to our sponsors
The CH Foundation
Happy State Bank
Teinert Commercial Construction
The Helen Jones Foundation
Texas Commission on the Arts
First Bank and Trust
National Endowment for the Arts
Lubbock Area Foundation
American National Bank
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
South Plains Foundation
Sybil B. Harrington Endowment for the Arts