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For more information on the Loge Gallery, and for the Entry form, visit:http://www.pioneertheatre.org/loge-gallery/
Open Call for Art Submissions
Pioneer Theatre Company’s Loge Gallery is hosting an Open Call to provide an opportunity for local artists to share their desert-themed artwork with the theatre community. The juried exhibit will be on display during Pioneer Theatre Company’s production of Other Desert Cities, runningOctober 25 through November 9, 2013. 
Submissions of desert-themed artwork will be accepted in the lobby of Pioneer Theatre Company, at Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre, 1340 East 1400 South on the University of Utah campus, on Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Artists may submit up to TWO pieces of their work for consideration.
Nearly all mediums will be considered for exhibition. We cannot accept jewelry or art displays that are larger than 6 feet (in either direction). All art must be prepared for display, including hanging devices if necessary.
Artists must be 18 or older.
If work is made available for sale, PTC earns a 30% commission on sold work. Please set your prices accordingly. Artists must provide a W-9 form to PTC if your work is for sale.
Entry forms are available at the Pioneer Theatre Company box-office or on-line and MUST be included when art is submitted for consideration. There is no entry fee.
All artwork, whether it was included in the show or not, must be picked up November 12, 2013, from Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
No phone calls, please. Direct all inquires to info@pioneertheatre.org
Each production at Pioneer Theatre Company brings new artists to Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre’s Loge Gallery, located on the Loge level of the theatre at 1340 East 300 South, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84102. Often the work shown in the Loge Gallery is available for sale, and a portion of the proceeds benefit the theatre. Visit the Loge Gallery during business hours, or before the show or at intermission, and experience some of Utah’s best fine artists.