____ I will submit myself to this "NO FEE" exhibition.  I understand that the work
          must be delivered in person at the scheduled time and cannot be shipped in
          advance.  Thanks for the info.
____ I will send the work to you.
          (O'Delle Abney 179 East Third Street, Apt 16, New York, NY 10009) 
          You make the submission, deliver and pick up the artwork for me.
          ($50 charge)

____ Not interested in making a SELF PORTRAIT submission.
Me, My Selfie and I / Contemporary Self-Portraits
an exhibit at Hudson Guild Gallery,
441 W. 26th Street, NY, NY.

Artists are invited to submit a self-portrait in any of the following media: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, or three-dimensional work which hangs from the wall. The exhibit will include a wide variety of work that explores contemporary ideas about what a self-portrait can be in the age of the selfie. You should email your submission as a jpeg with size and medium to both Jim Furlong, and Rick Krieger,
  • The exhibit will run for 6 weeks from October 5, 2017 through November 18th.
  • Work must be delivered ready to hang on Monday, October 2 between 4:00 PM and 6:30 PM.
  • The opening reception will be on Thursday, October 5 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM.
  • Work must be picked up on Monday, November 20 between 4:00 PM and 6:30 PM.
Hudson Guild is a community center in Chelsea which opened in 1895. It provides a wide range of services to people of all ages. The Guild’s Arts programs have proven successful in helping to build a stronger community in Chelsea, by bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to explore their mutual interest in the arts.

Hudson Guild Gallery, which opened in 1948, offers several different ways for participants to explore the visual arts, especially viewers from under served populations - including people living in the housing developments in which the Guild is situated, as well as persons who participate in the Guild’s mental health, youth and senior programs. Exhibits of work by professionally trained artists are frequently organized around themes which educate the viewers about an eclectic range of styles and forms. Guided tours throughout the year serve to educate viewers of all ages about new forms and ideas, fostering an ongoing dialogue about the work on display and art in general. Over 2000 people visit at least one of the Guild’s two gallery spaces every year.

For more information, contact Jim Furlong at 212-760-9837, or Rick Krieger 646-239-5119
O'Delle Abney, Publisher
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