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The Peninsula Museum of Art invited members of Pacific Rim Sculptors to submit entries for Sculpture Now: Works by Pacific Rim Sculptors

Sculptors were invited to submit works in any media that focus on the serious social or environmental issues currently challenging our country and planet. The news is filled with humanitarian crises. Scientists tell us earth's resources are being mismanaged: pollutants damage our atmosphere to the point of extreme climate change, fires, crop failures; insecticides and industrial wastes poison our land and waterways; and discarded plastic chokes our oceans and kills already over-fished marine life. Scarce resources lead to strife. Borders close to desperate, asylum-seeking refugees and children are torn from their parents. Sexual predation and brutal hate crimes are ignored. Abusive language and disregard for truth supplant rational social discourse, impeding even the search for solutions. In these times of unprecedented and rapid change, artists' voices need to be heard more than ever. 


Brigitte Micmacker, Owner, Sculpturesite Gallery (previously A New Leaf Gallery). Micmacker has owned and operated galleries for 28 years and counting. A New Leaf existed for 15 years (1990 to 2005) in Berkeley. Sculpturesite operated in San Francisco from 2005 to 2018 and is now an online gallery that also features a sculpture walk in Jack London Square.


Peninsula Museum of Art, 1777 California Dr., Burlingame CA. Sculptor Ruth Waters founded the museum in 2003 and moved it to its current location in Burlingame in 2005. The museum contains five galleries for rotating exhibitions, an art resource library, permanent collection, and adjacent to the museum, a classroom, gift shop, and 29 artists’ working studios, including spaces for sculptors working in wood, stone, bronze, and mixed-media fabrication.


    •    October 2, 2018 11:59 PM - Was the deadline for Artist submissions
    •    November 1, 2018 - Artists were notified of Juror's selections
    •    November 11-12, 2018 - Date for delivery & installation
    •    November 18, 2018 - Opening Reception, 2 to 4 PM
    •    January 27, 2019 - Exhibition ends
    •    January 28, 2019 - De-installation, 11 AM to 4 PM


This call was open and free to all current PRS sculptors who are up to date with their dues. A collaborative team may submit as a single entry: at least one member of the team must be a PRS member. Not a current member? Click here to join PRS!

Sculpture in any media will be considered. Artists may submit up to three artworks, with as many as three views of each artwork for a maximum of nine images total. Images should be high quality JPEG, TIFF, or PNG formats with a resolution of at least 300 ppi. The size of the image on the longest edge should be at a minimum of 800 pixels and a maximum of 1900 pixels. If you measure image size in inches, then the image on the longest edge should be between 10" and 16". File size should be 5 MB or less. If the artwork is in video or audio format, then the length should be no more 10 minutes long for purposes of jurying. 

Three dimensional sculpture in any media will be considered, including video and audio. Artworks can be free-standing, pedestal (museum-provided) supported, wall-mounted, and lightweight suspended works. The space is not large and sculptures must be able to fit through a 44” door. Space size per artwork approx. 2’ x 2’ footprint.

Selected artists must be present to assist with complicated installation/de-installation. Prices are not listed in the museum's exhibitions, however you are welcome to include your contact information for potential sale.

Selected artworks must be hand delivered (not shipped), ready for exhibition, and presented professionally. Selected artists are required to provide an artist statement of no more than 200 words, a brief artist biography, detailed descriptions of each piece, and complete contact information as well as agreement to the terms and conditions concerning the exhibition.  If you prefer to submit your artist statement and biography separately, you can attach a text document of no more than one page along with the other submission items.



Email questions and your phone number with subject heading "Question  - SCULPTURE NOW" to . 


Photographs from Reception

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