WCA/NH's Annual 6x6 Signature Show & "Notecard Project"

Join us for the 13th Annual 6x6 show hosted by NHAA (New Hampshire Artist Association) members "Robert Lincoln Levy" Gallery located on 136 State Street, in Portsmouth NH.

Showing October 1 thru 31, 2014. With an opening reception Friday October 3, from 5-8pm.

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Important Dates:

Titles are Due by Sept 1, 2014

Deadline for artwork Sept 19, 2014

Pick-up of unsold work beginning November 8, 2014

Blank panels are available year round. Contact Sue Whittaker. You may get panels from Laura Morrison also. A set of 4 blank panels is $20, which covers the cost of materials and works as your entry fee. Extra panels can be bought for $5 each.

 

Recognizing the Currier Art Museum as an overall Notecard supporter.

This years Notecard winners:

Congratulations!

Paulette Brace sponsored by Dyer Insurance

Dee Cleary sponsored by New Hampshire Institute of Art

Danis Collett sponsored by Karl Drerup Art Gallery at Plymouth State University

 

Soosen Dunholter sponsored by Sharon Arts Center

Aline Lotter sponsored by E.W. Poore

 

Tamara Mann sponsored by New Hampshire Chapter WCA

Adele Sanborn sponsored by The Wine Studio

Liz VanSaun sponsored by New England Duplicator

 


Last years 6x6 show was hosted by Studio 550, in Manchester NH. As part of WCA/NH's "Notecard Project," eight awards were given to the above artists. These artists make up the 2013 Edition of WCA/NH Notecards, which are now available for $15 each. Proceeds from sales goes to fund our scholarship fund. Please contact Sue Whittaker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded each year to a deserving women artist pursuing an art degree at a New Hampshire college. Notecards are available online, at www.wcanh.org, at WCA/NH meetings, exhibits and events. Last year's edition of notecards will be featured at this years show. WCA/NH is thrilled to have the distinguished support of their sponsors, which allows WCA/NH to recognize participating artists with cash awards. 

This years Scholarship winner will be announced at this years Spring meeting happening Saturday April 9, from 2:30 to 6pm.

The 6x6 Show: The 6x6 show is an annual exhibit WCA/NH has been doing since 1995. The Notecard Project was added to the show in 2012, to help fund our scholarship program.The 6x6 show is scheduled every year favorably in the Fall. 

 

We sell a set of 4 panels for $20. This covers the cost of the materials and works as the entrance fee for the show. There is no theme. Any medium can be used as long as it uses, or is attached to the panel. All submissions are excepted.

The panels are a MDF panel, sized 6 inches by 6 inches (and is the name of the show.) WCA/NH makes the panels with a common keyhole in the back, which allows us to mount the show efficiently using a grid system. The panels are displayed together on a large wall mosaic style.

The Scholarship: WCA/NH awards an art scholarship of $1,000.00 a year to a deserving New Hampshire women, pursuing a degree program in the arts, at a New Hampshire college. WCANH College Scholarship Program

The Sponsor: Anyone can be a sponsor. We are looking for 10-12 sponsors at $100 per card to make the project possible. The sponsor’s contribution will be used in two ways. 

1. To award the artist a $50 prize, and
2. $50 going to the fund to make notecards.  

The $50 award is not a purchase prize. The sponsor will choose the artwork for their notecard. Sponsors will be identified on the back of their notecard along with the artist’s information. Sponsors will be promoted on our website, at the exhibit, and in our P.R. materials related to the show. Sponsors may sponsor more than one card. 

The Artist: Any WCA member is eligible to enter the show. All panels submitted must be for sale. All panels will sell for $66. You may submit four (4) panels marked as the year of the show to be consideration for awards. By submitting to the show you agree to give WCA/NH permission to reproduce your artwork, if chosen, for notecards. The $50 award is not a purchase prize. Selected panels will be still be for sale for $66. Past panels will be accepted for $1 submission fee per panel, but will not be considered for awards.