Entry Deadline: 1/20/15


Images – Minimum: 3, Maximum: 9
Total Media – Minimum: 3, Maximum: 9

Entry Fee (Art for the Mountain Community Sculpture Walk 2014 – 2015): $25.00

Sculpture Evergreen, (formerly Art for the Mountain Community)  has established a program of art acquisition that will beautify public buildings and open spaces in the mountain area of Jefferson County, Colorado and encourage the expression and appreciation of art through education and other public activities and programs. A critical component of Sculpture Evergreen’s mission is their annual Sculpture Walk. This is a juried exhibition of up to 16 large sculptures suitable for outdoor display. These will be on display in the foothills area west of Denver for one year. A stipend of $600 will be awarded for each accepted sculpture. In addition there is a $1000 Juried Award and a $700 People’s Choice Award. There is also a reasonable chance your sculpture will be purchased outright by one of the area’s many art patrons. Since the inception of this competition, 31 pieces have been purchased. Entries need to be submitted through CaFE by January 20th, 2015 (midnight Mountain Standard time). Artists will be notified of acceptance by phone by February 20, 2015. Sculptures need to arrive in Evergreen on Friday, June 5th, 2015, which is the same date as our Sculpture Walk Artist’s Reception. Sculptures will be installed June 6th, 2015 . Artists must be present for the installation. Sculptures will remain in place for one year (until June 3rd, 2016). Sculptures must be suitable for outdoor display. Any free-standing sculpture must be at least 48” tall to be considered. Please do not enter any sculptures that are under 48″ tall. Outdoor wall sculptures will also be considered. An artist can submit up to 3 pieces for the $25 entry fee. For each submitted sculpture, 3 photos must be provided: frontal, rear, and one detailed image. The fee for entry is $25 for up to 3 pieces. All works must be original. Accepted works must be identical to the images submitted. For more information about Sculpture Evergreen, go to: http://www.mountainart.org.