Whether They Should Cry Out: Juried Show OPEN CALL 

*DEADLINE EXTENDED* August 26th, 2017 11:59 PM (UTC-5)*

“Until the case was closed they could not be certain which way to jump, whether they should cry out that they were martyrs, or remain what, at heart, of course, they were, simple citizens, bitter against outrage and anxious to see justice done and the health of the state preserved.”  ~ James Baldwin, Giovanni’s Room 1956

A national juried exhibition focusing on the ways we are responding to the changing political climate and the world around us.

Jurors Award – $250.00   |   Directors Award – $125.00   |   Three Honorable Mentions

Open to all artists in any medium. All entries must be the original work of the entrant and may not have been previously displayed at Factory Works Gallery. Finished work chosen for display may not to exceed 36 inches wide or 72 inches tall. Work must be suitably framed and ready to hang. No work may be removed from the gallery prior to the closing date of the exhibit.

  • Entry deadline: 11:59 PM (UTC-5) Aug. 26, 2017
  • Acceptance notifications: Sept 2, 2017
  • Accepted work to be received by: Sept 23, 2017
  • Opening reception: Oct. 6, 2017 – 6:00 to 9:00 PM
  • Show ends: Oct. 28, 2017
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Factory Works Gallery Presents: Experimental Electronic Music

“I wanted to find a place in Williamsport where I could host shows for these fringe artists that are making interesting and artistic music that doesn’t fit at typical venues.”  Joseph Alex, Clone 334

Exciting article in the Williamsport Sun Gazette today about our Friday 4/14 event – Factory Works Gallery Presents: Experimental Electronic Music.  Be sure to check it out – 2nd floor, Studio 10 from 7-10pm!

Check out the Williamsport Sun Gazette article below:

http://www.sungazette.com/life/showcase/2017/04/experimental-music-and-conceptual-art-come-together-at-factory-works-gallery/

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