Exhibit and Sell your Work at Zygote’s Annual Off the Wall Event


OFF THE WALL / ZYGOTE PRESS
Dec. 2nd — Dec. 24th

DROP-OFF:
11/22 (Wed): Noon — 6PM
11/25 (Sat) : Noon — 4PM

OPENING RECEPTION:
12/02 (Sat): Noon — 6pm
12/03 (Sunday): Noon — 4pm

Handmade. Local. Old school. The art and ephemera at Zygote Press’s annual Off The Wall Holiday Show has all that appeal and more.

Off The Wall is where Northeast Ohio printmakers and other artists annually sell holiday gifts to hang on your wall, as well as a multitude of items that seem to spill spontaneously from the minds and hands of printmakers—from greeting cards to handmade books, to scratch pads, and other items.

ELIGIBILITY
This show is open exclusively to current members of Zygote Press. You can become a Zygote Press member, if you are not one already, HERE. Non-members who are interested in participating in the Off The Wall may join at our standard membership rates when dropping off work for the show.

SCHEDULE
Drop-off of Art Works:
Wednesday, November 22 (12-6pm)
Saturday, November 25 (12-4pm)

Exhibition Dates: December 2 – December 24, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 2, 12-6pm & Sunday, December 3, 12-4pm
Pick up work: Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 1-7pm & Saturday, January 13, 12-4pm
ALL WORK MUST BE PICKED UP BY JANUARY 18, 2018.

SUBMISSION PROCESS:
All current members of Zygote Press are eligible to submit their art works for this exhibition.
• Work must be delivered during the above-listed dates
Please complete the Consignment Agreement Form ( download the attached .pdf file), or fill one out at time of drop-off. Please print clearly all your contact info and art work detail info.
All framed works be clearly labeled on the back (artist / title / media / price) with a sticker provided at drop-off dates.
• Exhibitors may join or renew upon drop-off if they do not have a current membership and will be allowed at that time to submit their work for this exhibition. Please be prepared to complete a membership form and provide a check or credit card information for membership fee if this is the case.

WORKS ACCEPTED FOR EXHIBITION:
Work accepted for exhibition must meet the following criteria:
• Framed works must be ready for hanging via wire, or, if it’s not framed — wrapped in clear covers. Please also submit your work in some kind of protective enclosure – for example, bubblewrap or brown wrapping paper.
• All works are for sale. Zygote will retain 40% commission from works sold. Artists’ checks will be mailed / pick-up within 30 days after the exhibition closes.

FINAL DECISIONS:
Decisions made by Zygote Press concerning eligibility are final. Zygote Press reserves the right to refuse any artwork due to content, any work it considers too fragile or heavy to exhibit, or that has extraordinary installation requirements.

PICKUP OF ARTWORK AFTER EXHIBIT:
Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 1-7pm
Saturday, January 13, 12-4pm
ALL WORK MUST BE PICKED UP BY JANUARY 18, 2018.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
If you have any questions or need further assistance please contact Yana at yana@zygotepress.org

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Yu-Chen Chen Exhibition Opening and Artist Talk Saturday, October 28

TAIPEIXCLE Artist Residency 2017

Yu-Chen Chen: Making the night mine

Location: Negative Space Gallery / 3820 Superior Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44114
Saturday, October 28th 5:30pm

Yu-Chen Chen is Zygote Press TAIPEIXCLE Artist Resident who’s working with our partnering organizations Thomas Jefferson Newcomers Academy, Saint Clair Superior Community Development Corporation, Night Market Cleveland, Verne Collection, and, Negative Space. This program is generously supported by Joanne Cohen & Morris Wheeler, Asia Inc., Margaret Wong Association, The Ohio Arts Council and Martha Holden Jennings Foundation.

 Yu-Chen Chen received her MFA from the Department of Fine Arts in the School of Taipei National University of the Arts majoring in printmaking. She has exhibited her works at Soul Art Gallery, The Le Champ de Ble. She has been in several group exhibitions at the Asia University Museum of Modern Art, National Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, and, Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minnesota.

Yu-Chen Chen: I like to work in the night or alone in the studio. In the night everything going quiet helps me focus. And the other reason is I have serious jet leg when I’m here. I wake up and my brain keeps going because I can’t sleep in the night. So that’s why I named the show, “Making the night mine.”

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