a call for art to members of works (and those who join or renew right away!)

you are invited to participate in the 2010 members’ exhibition at works/san josé. your community art and performance
center. the exhibition, entitled ring in the new, will open with a reception on first friday, december 3 and close with a
member party and annual meeting on first friday january 7, both events from 7pm to 10pm.
each member of works is invited to place one work of art into the exhibition, your single piece must be ready-to-hang
(framed/mounted with all hanging hardware). space is limited for this popular exhibition and we must limit wall pieces to
24 inches in width by 24 inches in height; and sculptural pieces to 24 inches in width and depth. please include instructions
for pedestals, suspensions, or any other special display requests. please also provide a resume and artist statement.
all work must be hand-delivered to 451 south 1st street on thursday, november 18, noon to 4pm; or friday
november 19, noon to 6pm. or saturdays, november 20 and 27, noon to 4pm.
the exhibition entry form and
exhibition agreement can be completed when you deliver your work or can be downloaded at workssanjose.org. performance
artists who would like to present a work during one of the receptions must provide a description by 4pm november 27.

volunteers are needed for installation and receptions—please sign up to help when you deliver your work!work will be available for pick-up on saturday, january 8, from noon to 4pm.

join or renew your membership now to take part in the south bay’s most inclusive and eclectic exhibition. basic membership is just $35 per year, with dual membership at just $60. for greater rewards and acknowledgment on our donor wall, please support works at $100 or above if you can. if you have questions, please email gallery@workssanjose.org.
thank you for your participation!
sincerely, the board of directors, works/san josé

join or renew right now!
works/sanjosé, 451south1st street, san josé, ca 95113
works is your community art and performance center—a non-profit, volunteer-run, creative laboratory dedicated to providing an environment where artists, audience, and ideas interact to expand the scope of cultural and artistic experience. get involved!

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