Specific Environments: Landscape as Metaphor

The Fort Collins Lincoln Center invites visual artists living in the United States and working in any media to enter Specific Environments: Landscape as Metaphor, a national juried art exhibit with an invitational component. This is not your typical landscape show, but is deeply tied to how we experience and interpret our relationship to the land, the environment, and our surroundings. The focus of the exhibition will center on work that stretches the idea of how we view our environment, surroundings and the ‘scape and scope’ of the land as metaphor for something else entirely.

We encourage the submission of work in all media, including small installations and new media. The exhibition is meant to be a catalyst for new ideas, interpretations and understanding of the human relationship to the land.

The Fort Collins Lincoln Center is a city-owned and operated cultural center in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Center has just undergone an 8-million dollar renovation, opening in Fall, 2011, with a brand new art gallery. It is one of Colorado’s largest and most diverse presenters of professional theatre, dance, music, and visual arts. Annually the Lincoln Center Art Gallery presents 9-12 rotating visual arts exhibitions in diverse media. Exhibitions are curated from local, regional and national artists and collections, and typically include a juried competition such as this one. The mission of the Lincoln Center Art Gallery is to promote, teach and nourish the creation and appreciation of the visual arts. Diverse exhibition, programs and projects engage and inspire our community through the world of art and ideas.

Over $1750 in cash prizes, including a first prize of $1000 will be awarded to selected artists from the juried component of the exhibition.

Qualifications must be received before 11:59:59 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time), October 16, 2011.


$35 for up to 6 entries

See Cafe for details.


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