Call for Entries // REDUX...

Call for Entries // REDUX's 2010 Annual Call to Artists // Oct 23 Deadline  

Redux is the premier contemporary art venue in South Carolina offering opportunities for emerging and established artists to exhibit in historic downtown Charleston, SC. Exhibitions are not limited to any media, and all applicants will be considered for solo, group, and two person exhibitions and residencies in 2011.

Redux currently presents six to eight exhibitions each year, featuring work by internationally renowned and local, emerging and mid-career artists. We shoot for diversity in style, media and subject matter when planning our season.

Thanks to the generosity of the Andy Warhol Foundation, this year, three artists will be awarded an honorarium up to $2,000. This honorarium is to help artists offset installation and travel costs. Additionally, Redux will publish an exhibition catalog.

To apply for an exhibition, residency, or to submit your curatorial proposal for the 2011 calendar you must submit the following:

• Application (visit to download forms)
• $35 Application Fee (pay online with paypal or mail a check with your application)
• Portfolio of recent works (5 - 15) that can be in CD, DVD, or video format. (both MAC and PC formatted discs accepted - please send still JPG images no larger than 1200 pixels at their greatest dimension))
• Inventory list including titles, dates completed, sizes, and mediums
• Artist Statement
• Artistic Resume
• Self-addressed, stamped envelope for the return of your materials AND notification.


Submit all materials to:

Redux Contemporary Art Center
136 St. Philip Street
Charleston SC 29403

To learn more about how to apply for an exhibition at Redux and to view answers to many frequently asked questions, please visit

Email or call 843.722.0697 if you have any questions.

About Redux Contemporary Art Center

Redux Contemporary Art Center is a Charleston, SC nonprofit arts organization committed to the fostering of creativity and the cultivation of contemporary art through diverse exhibitions, subsidized studio space for artists, expansive educational programming, and a multidisciplinary approach to the dialogue between artists and audience. Housed within a 6,000 square foot warehouse are two galleries, fifteen private artist studios, print shop, darkroom, woodshop, classroom, and film-screening area. Redux is committed to showing artwork by national and international artists, supporting local artists, and enriching the Charleston community by offering adult and youth education programs. As the only arts organization in Charleston providing these much needed opportunities, Redux maintains an ambitious schedule of exhibition, outreach, and studio programs to accomplish our goals.