Art School is hosting a themed juried show on the book “Strange Case of Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson. The show is open to artists
living in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana. The piece can
be in any media – the only limitation is that it be able to fit through the
door. Inspiration can come from the 1889 book, the 1931 movie or even the
British Jekyll miniseries.The show will
run from Friday, October 3rd through Saturday, November 1st.
An opening reception will be held on Friday, October 3rd, 2014 from
5 to 9 PM. and will correspond with October Arts Month.
·Only 1 submission per artist.
·Work must have been created within the last
·Artist must be from Washington State,
Northern Idaho or Western Montana.
·Only digital images will be accepted for review.
·Digital image (including the name of the piece,
the dimensions and the media), a résumé, and completed application must reach
us no later than 11:59 PM on WEDNESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 10, 2014.
·Applications may be mailed or hand delivered to
the Spokane Art School 809 W. Garland Ave or submitted electronically to
·Accepted artists will be notified by Friday,
September 19, 2014.
·Accepted work needs to be delivered to the
Spokane Art School no later than MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER 29, 2014.
·All work must be for sale.
·The Spokane Art School charges a 40%
·Artists are responsible for delivery of
work including any shipping cost that might accrue.
·Artwork will be insured for its retail
value once it has arrived to the Spokane Art School.
·Cash prizes will be awarded.
o$250 Jury award
o$250 People’s Choice award
Hardesty joined Washington State University’s Museum of Art curatorial team in
2014 as Curator of Art and Exhibitions. Prior to coming to WSU, Hardesty held a
twelve year tenure at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture (MAC), Spokane.
During this time Hardesty enjoyed positions as Interim Curator of Art and
Exhibits Manager while planning for over 80+ exhibitions for the museum. While
working with talented teams of curators, educators and collection specialists,
Mr. Hardesty strives to provide visitors with transformative experiences in
museum settings. Recent projects include project management of the ambitious
100 Stories: A Centennial Exhibition as well as curation of Meet Me at the
Spot: The Art of Patrick Siler, an in-depth solo exhibition of the longtime
Pullman, WA artist.Hardesty holds fine
art degrees from the University of Washington and Massachusetts College of Art
and Design.Additional museum experience
includes work with the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA), Rose Art
Museum at Brandeis University (Waltham, MA) and Fogg Art Museum, Harvard
University (Cambridge, MA). He currently resides in Pullman, WA with his wife