Deadline for entering your work in International Association of Pastel Societies 2021 Juried Gallery Exhibition is April 10.
Sometimes even harder than painting for a show is getting a good image of the art. IAPS has added a step by step illustrated guide to editing your image to their website. Four tutorials are at this IAPS link.
There is also a video on how to interpret the prospectus here.
-- An information series from PSST, short tips to make being an artist a little easier. Author - Carolyn Hancock
THE 25th IAPS JURIED EXHIBITION
The 2014 Webshow
An Exhibition on the IAPS Website
The 25th Juried Exhibition of the International Association of Pastel Societies will be hosted on the IAPS website, www.pastelinternational.com. This is an online exhibition only and no work will be shipped. All of the details are on the prospectus; deadline for entering is October 15.
The most important thing you can do, other than painting an extraordinary piece, is reading and following the rules of entry: http://www.onlinejuriedshows.com/Default.aspx?OJSID=336
Registration for IAPS Convention will NOT be available on Oct 8 per notice from IAPS:
"We appreciate your understanding our need to delay the Convention Registration and Hotel Albuquerque reservations again. Believe us, this decision is not done lightly and no one wishes this to go forward more than we do. The new program is not ready and requires more testing so it will perform as designed.
Please note: We will give you 2 weeks notice of the new IAPS Convention Registration and Hotel Albuquerque Reservation date. Thank you."
Liz Haywood-Sullivan, IAPS President
Susan Webster, IAPS Convention Director
Redesigned IAPS website looks really nice. PSST is now listed with current information under Member Societies, Society Directory. The Dellandre and Mahon workshops are also listed. IAPS is developing the showcase, so we will be able to add images from our artists later.
The 2015 convention preview is a special feature added to the new website. It includes the details and schedule for everything happening at the convention, so it's a good time to plan ahead for next year.
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