The Binghamton Philharmonic seeks artwork submissions from local and regional artists based on the themes of Beethoven’s Symphonies. Selected works will be printed on coasters and distributed at our “Bee(r)thoven” fundraiser in April 2020 in partnership with Binghamton Brewing Co.
- Deadline to Submit: Thursday, January 23rd at 5PM
- Notifications of Inclusion by: Thursday, January 30th
ARTWORK SUBMISSION & GUIDELINES:
The Binghamton Philharmonic will accept up to 9 submissions by individual artists of 2D artwork as DIGITAL FILES (jpegs preferred) that consider and respond to the themes of individual Beethoven Symphonies. We are looking to represent EVERY symphony as an individual coaster, so we welcome multiple submissions per artist.
Works must be submitted to Andrea Carey, Interim Executive Director via email at email@example.com. Images must be at least 5” x 5” at 72dpi minimum. Note, these will ultimately be printed as round coasters, so please draft images with that in mind! Please label image files, in the following format: Lastname_symphony_01 [ex: Carey_symphony_09] to help us differentiate your submissions, and connect them easily to the symphony you’ve chosen!
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & HELPFUL LINKS:
Ludwig van Beethoven is arguably one of the most celebrated composers in all of music history. In honor of his 250th birthday, the Binghamton Philharmonic is proud to present the Beethoven Project – a community-wide initiative featuring over 25 partners – to celebrate the music and influence of this great composer. For more information about Beethoven, please click here. Here is a list of themes connected to Beethoven’s Symphonies –
Symphony No. 1: Unique
Symphony No. 2: Irreverence
Symphony No. 3: Heroism
Symphony No. 4: Fate
Symphony No. 5: Victory
Symphony No. 6: Nature
Symphony No 7: Spontaneous
Symphony No. 8: Cheerful, light-hearted
Symphony No. 9: Joy
Please contact Andrea Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-722-6717 ext. 4 for any further inquiries.