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The Pittmann-Puckett Art Gallery was named in memory of two of Affirmations' founding members and strongest supporters, Susan Pittmann and Christine Puckett. The couple was killed in their home by a neighbor in 1992. For more information about their story, visit the Pittmann-Puckett Documentary website.

The gallery is an exhibition and performance space intended for the presentation of work by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender artists. Available to established and emerging artists, especially those whose work speaks to or about the LGBT community, the Pittmann-Puckett Art Gallery is a space for artists to exhibit and sell their work, for presenting benefit exhibits, lectures, workshops, meditation sessions, and as a comfortable meeting place.

Trans* Artist Opportunity – Call For Entry
Deadline March 6th, 2015
Affirmations is pleased to announce a partnership with Gender-Identity Network Alliance (GNA) and Transgender Michigan (TGMI) in this CALL FOR ENTRY to artists to submit work for consideration for the First Annual Transgender Empowerment & Visibility Exhibition, held in the Pittmann-Puckett Gallery. Entries are due, delivered or postmarked by March 6th, 2015.  
Opening on March 26th, this show will feature a wide array of work by area artists. The Pittman-Puckett Curatorial Committee will select 20 to 30 selected works for group exhibition through April 2015. Why is this important? It is said that true art reveals to it's viewer the soul and experience of the artist. The members of GNA and TGMI are therefore ecstatic and grateful to join in the call for all Transgender and Gender variant artists to be a part of the Pittman Puckett opening on March 26. Why is this important? "It is a celebration of Self. Doing, by taking ownership of our existence and moving forward in our journey " 
Your unique journey holds stories needing to be told and your art will tell those beautiful stories. This is important, because only you can show others the world through your eyes. Please join us in making this opening a success.
Entry Procedure
 Artists may submit multiple entries for selection.
 Entries will be selected by digital images in JPEG or TIF format submitted on a disc or email preferred.
 One image for each 2-dimensional artwork and up to three images for each 3-dimensional artwork may be submitted.
 All images must be of professional quality.
 Entry form and disc mailed or delivered to Curatorial Committee, Pittmann-Puckett Gallery, 290 W. Nine Mile Rd., Ferndale, Michigan 48207 or email to Program Manager Megh Hollowell via 
Digital Format
 Digital images are to be submitted on a Windows capable CD. JPEG format files are preferred.
 Keep files to a maximum size of 1.5MB, and 300 dpi.
 Be sure your image file names do not have special characters like quotation marks or slash marks. File names need to be as follows: Name_art title_entry letter (A-B).jpeg
 Include a reference sheet with thumbnails of images, dimensions, medium and retail price of each submission.
 Label the CD with the artist’s name and email address.
 Presentation Artwork must be prepared in a professional manner for installation. The backs of 2-dimensional artwork should have the artwork label completed and firmly attached. 
Exhibition Calendar
March 6th, 2015
Postmark deadline for exhibition entries
March 10th, 2015
Selected artist and works invited to participate in exhibition.
March 13th, 2015
Accepted artwork due. Deliver to Affirmations between 9AM - 9PM
March 16th
Hang show
March 26th, 2015
Exhibition Opening and Artist Reception 6:30PM-9PM
April 24, 2015
Exhibition closes - final day
April 27, 2015
Pick-up unsold exhibited artwork
This all-media exhibition is open to all Michigan and Ontario residents 18 and older. Artists may submit multiple entries in any media created within the last two years. Works submitted must not have been previously shown in the Pittmann-Puckett Gallery.  All work submitted must be available for sale.
Delivery and Pick-Up
Works may be hand delivered or shipped. If shipping, the artist is responsible for complying with all regulations pertaining to works of art. Artists must make arrangements for return shipping and cover all expenses. All works must be delivered and picked up on the dates specified in the calendar.
Every precaution will be taken to assure protection of the work; however Affirmations is not responsible for loss or damage.
Affirmations retains a 25% commission for staffing, processing and making sales. Michigan sales tax is collected and submitted. Payments to artists will be no later than 30 days after the closing of the exhibition.
Submitting an entry to this exhibition shall constitute the agreement with all conditions in this prospectus. Affirmations reserves the right to reproduce accepted entries for publicity purposes.

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