Tradition & Innovation Deadline Extended!



Tradition & Innovation
Artists of the Eastern Woodland Tribes

Concept: Through this collaborative venture, Hera Gallery and the Tomaquag Museum seek to promote a dialogue about Native American arts & culture and its role in the contemporary arts. 

We are looking for work that represents traditional approaches to Native American arts, specifically those from the Eastern Woodland tribes, as well as contemporary approaches and media.

All fine arts and crafts media will be considered.

Application Deadline: Friday, December 26th, 2015

Exhibition Dates: Saturday, March 5 – April 2, 2016

Juried by Committee: Representatives from the Tomaquag Indian Memorial Museum in Exeter, RI and Hera Gallery will select works for the exhibition

Entry Fee: No FEE!

Eligibility: Open to artists affiliated with Eastern Woodland Native American Tribes working in any medium. 3D limited to 100 lbs and must fit through a 5'10" x 6'8" door. 2D must fit through said door. Jewelry or fragile work must be displayed in shadow boxes.

Prospectus attached for more information and also available here.



Abigael McGuire
Gallery Director

Hera Gallery, Hera Educational Foundation
PO Box 336
Wakefield, RI 02880-0336


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