As of this posting, you’ve now got roughly 1,951 hours to submit your art for Terrain 7, this year’s installment of one-night, juried arts extravaganza that’s been growing each year since its inception. (If you keep a detailed record of how you procrastinate for 1,949 of those hours, would it count as art?)
The submission description says: “Terrain displays work that spans all media: sculpture, fiber art, photography, graffiti, film, installation and performance. We make no distinction between high art and low art — we simply want to showcase emerging artists with talent and fresh perspectives.” The art types listed on the entry form are: visual, film/video, installation, 3D/sculpture, musical performance, non-musical performance and interactive/generative.
Each artist can submit up to 10 entries, with collaborations counting as one entry for each participating artist. Things you’ll want to have on hand for each entry:
• Up to four image files to give the jury a sense of the piece
• Links for YouTube or Vimeo videos and other supplementary materials
• Title and names of any collaborators
• Sales information if you’re selling: price and whether there are multiple copies