Danforth Museum of Art announces Annual Children’s Illustration Juried Exhibition

Danforth Museum of Art presents it’s Annual Children’s Illustration Juried Exhibition on September 9 – November 4, 2012. a juried exhibition showcasing new and original artwork created by picture book illustrators.

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Carol Goldenberg studied illustration at RISD and after graduation worked as a book designer at David R. Godine and Houghton Mifflin Company before becoming art director of Houghton’s Children’s Books. Carol was also art director at Clarion Books, a children’s imprint of Houghton Mifflin in New York City. She is currently a freelance children’s book designer, and her book designs have won numerous awards from the AIGA, The New England Book Show, and other juried exhibitions. She has designed five Caldecott Medal winning picture books and one Caldecott honor book. Carol writes articles, teaches, and lectures widely on the art of children’s book design.

Illustrators may submit up to three pieces of original artwork created within the last five years. Work in all media is encouraged, and may or may not have appeared in published form prior to submission. Applicants must be Danforth Museum members with a membership valid through November 4, 2012; please note that a one-year membership is part of the submission fee.

Online submissions only. Visit danforthmuseum.slideroom.comto upload image, video, and audio submissions and complete application process. We cannot accept submissions by any other method. A fee of $80 covers costs of up to three submissions, plus a one year Individual Museum Membership.

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