'Wherefore Art' - application
Artists are asked to submit work inspired by the works of William Shakespeare.

"Wherefore Art" is a group show inspired by the all-encompassing imagination of William Shakespeare — the entirety of the human condition: love, hate, jealousy, comedy, tragedy, madness, murder, witches, fairies, shipwrecks!

Every entry to the show must be accompanied by a quotation from a Shakespearean play or sonnet.

This group show is part of The Big Read - a 6-week, Jersey City-wide series of programs and events around a single book - "Station Eleven" by Emily St John Mandel is the selected book, and this group show reflects the importance of a troupe of actors performing Shakespeare in the plot of the novel.

All media of visual art will be considered.

Application deadline for 'Ancien Régime' at Village West Gallery is midnight on January 20, 2019. Applicants will be notified about acceptance in the show by February 3, 2019 - all accepted work must be at Village West no later than February 18.

The show will run from March 1 through May 5, 2019.

There is an artist FAQ page here: villagewestgallery.com/artistfaq.html

As always, Village West Gallery (villagewestgallery.com) takes no commission from sales.

name *
email address *
mailing address *
website (if applicable)
artwork *
title of artwork *
medium of artwork *
dimensions of artwork *
Description of your work and how it fits the show theme - be eloquent! *
Each submission must be accompanied by a quotation from Shakespeare (play or sonnet) - there are many resources on the internet to help with this *
Can we use images of your work on our website and to promote the show? Please note: we use social media to promote a "submission of the week" during the application process - which does not guarantee selection into the show. *
please upload an image of your submission (or email image to RobinsonHolloway@gmail.com)
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