Calls for Art
Cacophony of Fiber
Thursday, March 4 – Friday, April 31
Rose Room Gallery in Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach
An international fiber invitational featuring artists using fiber in exciting and novel ways. Fiber art quilts, will be joined by weavings, rug hooking, plus three-dimensional constructions and installations using fiber, wire, metal, clay and/or plastics.
Works will be reviewed and selected by the curator and her committee.
January 30 : All entries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to
Mary McBride, 413 Albany Avenue, DeLand, FL 32724 along with check for $20.
February 15: Applicants will be notified. It is understood that the work selected may be sold or be unavailable before the exhibition and other works may be submitted for approval by February 20.
February 25: Accepted works can be hand delivered between 10 AM and 12 PM.
February 22: Mailed works (postage is the artist’s responsibility) must arrive on or before date. Mail to Mary McBride, 413 Albany Avenue, DeLand, FL 32724
May 2: Work may be picked up between 10 AM and 12 PM. Works shipped without return postage will be held till postage is received.
APPLICATION: Each artist should submit a package of material including the following. All items can be contained on the same CD or emailed to email@example.com. Mail check separately.
Entry Form: A copy of the entry form may also be found here: Cacophony of Fiber
or http://www.marymcbridearts.homestead.com/ . Please rename LASTNAME ENTRY.DOC
Images: Up to 6 images of work on a CD. JPEG images should be 300 DPI and at least 3” wide. Images should be labeled LASTNAME_TITLE_SIZE.
A list of these images in the same order as on the CD, stating the title, size and price of each work. Label document LASTNAME LIST.DOC
Fee: To cover costs, a $20 application fee is required. There will be no further fees for artists selected.
Peabody does not handle sales. All interested parties will be referred to the curator who will handle the sales for the artists for a 10% fee or the artists can use their own sales program.