You’ll see “RED” at this upcoming Arts Council exhibit

A blank canvass and an infinite color pallet with no subject parameters can be daunting to an artist. Where do you begin? Having parameters can help — limitations can actually drive creativity.

That’s why the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana believes its next exhibit will be attractive to artists.

RED is exhibit limited to a single color, which, you guessed it is red.

Entries for RED are limited to the red color spectrum. Black and white may also be included but do not need to be included. Work with any color other than red will not be accepted at drop-off. Frames and matting must also only be black or white.

This is an open-call exhibit, so register to drop-off your work by Jan. 9, then bring your RED piece to the Arts Council of Jan. 11. Ohio Valley Art League Executive Director Samantha Denson will jury the exhibit for entry as well as for awards. The Arts Council will notify artists by Jan. 13 if they were accepted into the exhibit.

The exhibit will run Jan. 24 to March 2.

For more details and information — including how to register, art guidelines, and more — please read the RED 2023 prospectus here.

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