Call for Artists
Coined in the South: 2022
The Young Affiliates of the Mint, in collaboration with The Mint Museum, are seeking works of art produced by southeastern artists for the second installment of Coined in the South. This juried exhibition will be held from March 25, 2022 to July 3, 2022 at Mint Museum Uptown.
Coined in the South is about bridging the gap between the museum, the gallery, and the studio, to highlight the innovative and thought-provoking works produced by the creative innovators of the southeastern arts community. The show is not confined to any single aesthetic, theme, or medium.
Prize money will be awarded. There will be a $10,000 juror-awarded grand prize, a $5,000 Young Affiliates of the Mint member-awarded prize, and a $1,000 “People’s Choice” prize awarded by the general public at the conclusion of the show. All selected artists will be provided with a $200 stipend to offset shipping and travel costs.
UPDATE: Call for submissions is closed. Artists who submitted works for consideration will be informed whether they were selected by August 25.
• Hallie Ringle, curator of contemporary art at the Birmingham Museum of Art
• Lydia Thompson, artist and chair of the Art and Art History Department at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte
• Ken West, photographer and digital experience designer. Winner of the inaugural Coined in the South “People’s Choice” award
What’s eligible: Submitted works of art must be less than two years old, non-perishable, do not produce excessive noise pollution, and do not result in physical harm to any living beings. Installation, video, and performance artists are encouraged to apply but must provide instructions for installation and space requirements, as well as recordings and/or documentation of past performances when available.
Exhibition dates: March 25, 2022 to July 3, 2022
Where: Mint Museum Uptown, 500 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
Deadline for submissions: Due at 11:59 PM June 4, 2021 at https://form.jotform.com/210624429601044. All works of art must be delivered ready to install between February 28 and March 18. Artists are responsible for the cost of shipping. Each accepted artist will be given a $200 stipend to offset shipping and travel costs.
Entry Fee: $50. Each artist may submit up to five works as part of their application. The one-time $50 fee covers all submissions.
Contact: Kaitlyn McElwee, Art Show Chair at email@example.com