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The American Design Club: Hue Are You?
by CH Contributor
on 20 January 2009
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by Derrick Ableman

The American Design Club (AmDC) is proud to announce an open call for a second collection of contemporary design based on the theme of color. Whether mean and green or pretty in pink, designers are encouraged to plumb their palettes in an exploration of the essential role that color plays in an object's function and meaning. Everything from furniture and hardware to apparel and objets d'art is fair game, provided you can anchor your entry to the theme.

Applicants need be neither American nor a "designer" to submit, as membership to the AmDC is assumed once your work has been exhibited in a show. While there is no submission fee, accepted entries will be charged an exhibition fee of $30 to cover associated costs with showing work, plus the cost of shipping work to and from the venue. Selected works will be exhibited at The Future Perfect in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Ten Over Six in Los Angeles.

Interested? Then you better hustle — all submissions are to be received no later than midnight on Friday, January 31th. For a full description of submission guidelines click here.

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