Synesthesia:  Seeing Sound

Synesthesia:  Seeing Sound
in The Courthouse Gallery
August 28 – September 15, 2024
Closing Reception: Sunday, September 15th, 12pm – 2pm

Does music inspire you as a visual artist?  Do you sense that music or the sounds of nature impact your work?

In celebration of Jazz at the Lake’s 40th anniversary, LGAP is putting together a groundbreaking exhibition,  Synesthesia: Seeing Sound.  This exhibition is intended to challenge perceptions, blur the lines between sight and sound, and spark a visual dialogue that echoes the emotions and rhythms found in music.

Call for Entries opens: Tuesday, May 21st
Deadline for Submissions: Friday, July 5th
Notifications: July 15th – 19th
Artwork Delivery of Drop Ooff:  by Tuesday, August 20th – no exceptions

Submission Fee:
$0 – The Lake George Arts Project is committed to ensuring our opportunities for artists are accessible to all and there is no fee to submit your work

Submission Process:
Artwork images and artwork details must be submitted via the online form below. This exhibition will be juried digitally.

Questions & More information
If, after reviewing the guidelines, you have any questions please contact

June Waters
Director of Exhibitions
518-668-2616 or June@lakegeorgearts.org

Artwork Guidelines

o   Artists must be 18 years of age or older and live within 100 miles of Lake George, NY
o  Artists can be inspired by any genre of music
o  Artists can submit up to two works for consideration
o   Maximum size: 48” in any direction.
o   2/D Artwork must be prepared for wall installation (ready to hang)
o   3/D work: no larger than 24” in any direction; must have a platform or shelf for wall mounting supplied by the artist.
o   Artwork must be for sale (LGAP’s commission for art sales is 25%)

Exhibition Juror:
Works selected for exhibition will be chosen by independent curator Dan Cameron.

Cameron’s projects have long aspired to bring together visual and performing arts. After more than ten years as Senior Curator at the New Museum, in 2007 Cameron founded the triennial exhibition Prospect New Orleans, which has invited artists from around the world to create contemporary art installations throughout the birthplace of jazz.

 

About Jazz at the Lake:
Now in our 40th year, Jazz at the Lake is one of the Northeast’s premier jazz festivals. Set against the backdrop of beautiful Lake George, Jazz at the Lake (Lake George Jazz Weekend) celebrates the vibrant and diverse genre of jazz and brings together talented musicians from around the country.

Our festival presents a total of 17 performances from a wide variety of artists who perform in a variety of jazz styles. 8 of the performances built into our festival take place on the stage in Shepard Park (Lake George) and another 9 performances take place at partner locations throughout the Town and Village. Over the past few years, our festival has evolved from a two-day program with 7 performances into a three-day, immersive experience designed to lift the arts, artists, local businesses, and the community.

Artwork Submission Form: Synesthesia: Seeing Sound

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