The application is now live for Hothouse: imPRINT.
Hothouse: imPRINT is a juried, group exhibition of WPA member artists, part of Washington Project for the Arts “Hothouse” exhibition series.
This is a great opportunity for visual artists to get their work shown and to begin and/or continue coalescing conversation(s) surrounding their work in a professional setting.
Hothouse: ImPRINT is an exhibition that aims to highlight the personal creative process through visual art in combination with written language.
In addition to being included in the exhibition, selected artists will work with Day Eight founder arts editor Robert Bettmann to write articles about their work for publication in the arts magazine Bourgeon.
There is no cost to apply but you first have to be a Washington Project for the Arts member ($55/year). Please pass it along to anyone else who might be interested.
Hothouse: imPRINT is made possible through support from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and the supporters of Day Eight and Washington Project for the Arts.