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Call for proposals: Art at the Wellesley College Botanical Gardens and Greenhouse July 23, 2010

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The Jewett Art Gallery at Wellesley College invites artist proposals for outdoor sculpture to be temporarily installed at the Wellesley College Botanical Gardens and Greenhouse.  Proposals must be created as a specific response to the space and environment of the Botanical Gardens and Greenhouse.  Works using materials harvested from the botanical gardens will also be considered.  A visit to the botanical gardens and greenhouse prior to submitting a proposal is strongly suggested.  Admission is free, and the gardens and greenhouse are open daily throughout the year, 8:00am-4:00pm.  The gallery will cover publicity and a small stipend for an artist talk; all other exhibition costs will be the responsibility of the artist. Projects which require major construction will not be considered.

panoramic image of the Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses by Alex Hart

The Alexandra Botanic Garden has specimen trees and shrubs from around the world in a picturesque landscape. A tiny brook winds through the garden from a waterfall to Paramecium Pond. The Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses feature plant life from the deserts of Mexico and Africa to the rainforests of Malaysia and Brazil. Seasonal displays combine with permanent collections to present an ever-changing immersion in the wonderful world of plants.

TO SUBMIT: Email the following by Dec. 31, 2010 to Gallery Director Clara Lieu at clieu@wellesley.edu. No phone calls please.

1)link to your website with images of your work
2)proposal, maximum 1 page written description*
3)artist statement*
4)curriculum vitae*
*Please attach all text documents as a PDF or MS Word document.

panoramic image of the Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouses by Alex Hart

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1. Online Art Gallery - July 31, 2010

Looks like a great experience, I’ll have to make my way out there!


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