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The Phillips Collection PRINTS: WASHINGTON The Washington Print Club JURIED EXHIBITION PRINTS: WASHINGTON is a juried exhibition jointly organized and sponsored by The Phillips Collection and the Washington Print Club. The exhibition will be on view SEPTEMBER 17 - OCTOBER 23, 1988, at The Phillips Collection, 1600 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC. Major funding for the exhibition has been generously provided by Euro Motorcars, headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. JURORS Alan Fern Director, National Portrait Gallery Willem de Looper Consulting Curator, The Phillips Collection Michael Mazur, Artist ELIGIBILITY Open to all artists residing or working in the greater Washington area, including: Washington, DC, the counties of Arlington, Calvert, Charles, Fairfax, Frederick, Loundoun, Montgomery, Prince George's, Prince William, and Stafford, and the cities in those counties. Members of the PRINTS: WASHINGTON committee are not eligible. GENERAL No fees will be charged for entering. Works accepted will remain in the possession of the sponsors until the close of the exhibition. The sponsors will be responsible for framing works for exhibition. No sales of works will be made by the sponsors; the exhibition catalogue will list the addresses of the artists or their agents. Additional information may be obtained by telephoning Ms. Linda Johnson, Assistant Curator, The Phillips Collection, (202) 387-2151. REQUIREMENTS Works entered must be original prints, including monotypes, but excluding wholly photographic prints and photogravures. Print must have been created after January 1, 1986. Prints must be submitted unframed and matted in a hinged window frame mat. (The only exceptions allowed are when the frame is an integral part of the work or is essential for safe handling of fragile work.) 5ff 3fT
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