Artist Opportunities of Nave Gallery in Somerville, MA

Reliquary 
Deadline: October 4, 2013
November 16, 2013-December 15, 2013
Nave Gallery, Teele Square
Curated by: Susan Berstler

The Nave Gallery (Somerville, MA) invites artists to participate in the juried exhibition Reliquary. Briefly stated, a reliquary is a container that holds or displays something sacred. Artwork is sought that plays on the concepts of enclosure, concealment, display, sacred and/or profane. Ties to the concept of home or shelter are encouraged.
Visual artists working in all 2-D and 3-D media (including video and installation) are invited to submit work.

Peer-Reviewed Submissions  
Deadline: October 5, 2013 
November 2-23, 2013
Nave Gallery Annex, Davis Square
Curated by: Elisabeth Nicula and Ted Ollier

Are you a biologist installationist? A quantum printmaker? Do you execute your mark making according to the Fibonacci sequence? The Nave Gallery Annex is pleased to announce a call for entries to Peer-Reviewed Submissions, a show of works with mathematical or scientific themes in all media. Academic rigor is not required.

65°: Contemporary Encaustic Art 
Deadline: November 2, 2013
December 5-22, 2013
Nave Gallery Annex, Davis Square
Curated by: Leika Akiyama

The Nave Gallery Annex (Somerville, MA) invites artists to participate in the juried exhibition 65°: An Exhibition of Contemporary Encaustic Art. 65° Centigrade is the approximate melting point for beeswax, the material used by many encaustic artists. This exhibition highlights the variety of techniques, materials and subject matter being used by today’s wax artists. Both 2D and 3D work will be considered.

Prospectus

Independent Curatorial Call   

Deadline: Rolling

The Nave Gallery, a non-profit alternative art space in Somerville, MA, invites curators to submit proposals for 3-4 week group (2 or more artists) exhibitions. Proposals for all media are accepted but must be organized around a theme or process. Experimental projects, multimedia work and installations are encouraged but must fit the available space. Projects detailing new collaborations and commentary on 21st century culture are especially sought.