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New England Sculptors Association
New England Sculptors Association and Fuller Craft Museum-Beyond Walls

New England Sculptors Association is partnering with Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton MA, for a 4 month outdoor sculpture exhibition. 

Beyond Walls Sculptures from New England Sculptors Association 

This is a members only show. To be considered for membership, apply HERE


Call for Entry: FridayJanuary 15th, 2020 

 - Entry Deadline: Sunday, March 1st

- Notice of Acceptance/decline: March 17-20

Dates of Exhibition: June 20-October 25

- Installation of Work: Tuesday, June 16th – Friday, June 19th

 - De-installation of Work: Tues. October 27th – Friday, October 30th 

- Opening Reception: Sunday, June 21st 2-5pm 


Members of NESA: $15.00 fee for up to 3 images. 2 views allowed: View 1 is of the sculpture in its entirety and the other, a detailed photo please. Work submitted, whether pictures of existing work or sketches of proposed new work, must be an accurate depiction of the EXACT work to be shown. 



Artists are welcome to offer their work for sale during Beyond the Walls. Those Fuller Craft Museum visitors who would like to make a purchase will be put in contact directly with the artist. Fuller Craft Museum does not take any consignment fee, and all sales agreements are between the artists, potential buyers, and the corresponding policies of the New England Sculptors Association. However, NESA will take a commission of 25% on any sold piece. 

Further Details: 

Artists should provide the following information for each submitted work during the Call process: Title, Year of Construction(in description box), Materials, Dimensions, and Weight. Furthermore: 

Necessary installations instructions are required (e.g. “the piece needs to be staked into the ground,” “digging a recess into the soil is necessary,” “the work is secured to a tree,” “this work would be installed in the courtyard moat,” etc.) Add to description box.

Artists should provide the following contact information with their submissions(s): mailing address, phone number, e-mail, and artist website (if s/he has one). 

Incomplete or late submissions will not be accepted. 

It is not a necessity during the submission process to have high-resolution images. However, for works accepted into the exhibition, it is helpful to have high-resolution images for the publicity purposes of Fuller Craft Museum, interested news outlets, arts publications, and other organizations. 

About Fuller Craft Museum 

Fuller Craft offers expansive opportunities to discover the world of contemporary craft. By exploring the leading edge of craft through exhibitions, collections, education, and programs, we challenge perceptions and build appreciation of the material world. Our purpose is to inspire, stimulate, and enrich an ever-expanding community. Fuller Craft is the only institution of its kind in New England. 

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