Box Factory issues a ‘Call for Artists’ for MAAC exhibit

Robert G. Mull
A 'call for artists' has been issued by The Box Factory for the Michiana Annual Art Competition from May 13 to July 3.

A ‘call for artists’ has been issued by The Box Factory for the Michiana Annual Art Competition from May 13 to July 3.

ST. JOSEPH — The Box Factory for the Arts has issued a “Call for Artists” for the Michiana Annual Art Competition (MAAC), a regional juried art exhibition.

All work must be original in concept and execution, created in the last two years, and not been completed under instruction or previously exhibited at the Box Factory for the Arts.

This year’s categories include Photography: Black and White, Photography: Color, Painting: Oil, Painting: Water media- Acrylic/Watercolor/Gouache, Fiber Arts: Fabric/Fiber/Basketry, Sculpture/Glass/Ceramics, Drawing: Pastels/Pencils/Ink (includes printmaking), and 2022 Pop-Up Category: Assemblages/Collages.

The entry fee is $25 for one piece and $40 for two pieces.

Best of show will be awarded $1,000, and the winner of each category will receive $200.

The deadline for submissions is April 7.

The exhibit takes place May 13 to July 3 at 1101 Broad St.

For more information, call 269-983-3688 or visit boxfactoryforthearts.org.

This article originally appeared on South Bend Tribune: Box Factory issues a ‘Call for Artists’ for MAAC exhibit

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