From King Arthur to Atlantis to El Dorado, every civilization throughout history has had folklore. These stories uniquely represent a culture while also transcending into a more collective mythos. Legendary seeks artworks inspired by such stories that explore why folktales have gripped human imagination for centuries and still continue their influence today.
Note: due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this exhibition will move to September 2020. Please stay tuned for further details.
Legendary: The Art of Folklore is currently open to any artists 18 years or over who are currently living in the United States.
Up to 3 entries per artist in any medium.
Original interpretations only—no Disney or other movie-based artworks will be accepted.
2-D works should be no heavier than 30 lbs.
3-D works must fit through a standard-size doorway. Artists must be present for works requiring special installation.
At the discretion of the University, any works deemed unstable or dangerous to the public will not be accepted.
Method of Selection
The exhibition will be primarily selected from digital image files. Images should accurately represent the works entered. It is the intention of the gallery that all acceptances will be considered final. However, the gallery reserves the right to delete from the exhibition any artwork that does not conform to the entry specifications. Please check your email for notification of any works not uploaded correctly.
Delivery and Return of Accepted Works
All accepted works must be delivered to the gallery by March 30, 2020. Shipped works should include a prepaid return shipping label or they will not be returned. After the close of the exhibition, works will be shipped back within four weeks and hand deliveries must be picked up within two weeks, or they will become property of the gallery. Upon notification of acceptance to the exhibition, further delivery instructions will be provided.
The Drury on C-Street Gallery will exercise professional care in handling all entries, but cannot assume liability for loss or damage, however caused, while works are in the gallery's possession or in transit. Accepted entries will be insured, while on exhibit, for the amount indicated on the Entry Form, subject to the standard policy provisions.
The Drury on C-Street Gallery reserves the right to photograph and reproduce all artworks accepted for the exhibition regardless of copyright. Images may be used for exhibition brochures, educational, and/or publicity purposes only.
Please fill out the below entry form and include 1 image of each of the work you are entering. Digital images should be in .jpeg or PDF format. Entries may be made using the form below or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Printed submissions are accepted and should be mailed to Rebecca Miller at 900 N. Benton Ave., Pool Art Center 207, Springfield, MO 65802.