Deadline for applications is November 27th 11:59pm
Creative Pinellas and the Tampa Bay Rays are pleased to announce the second year of the Rays Artist Print Series. The series of fun, unique prints brings artists and fans together around a community-oriented, accessible art collectible. We are looking for artists from throughout the region to create prints that represent their own style, perspective and interpretation of the Rays and Rowdies brands.
Artists, designers and illustrators from Charlotte, Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota counties are invited to submit an application to apply for a chance to design a print. The limited-edition prints will depict seven Rays home series matchups and one Rowdies contest during their respective seasons. Artists will be compensated for their work.
Rays prints will be released throughout the 2020 regular season during specific series, including Opening Day, Jackie Robinson Day, Pride Night and Roberto Clemente Day in recognition of Major League Baseball’s Hispanic Heritage Month. Artists are encouraged to create designs that celebrate our hometown baseball team while embodying their artistic point of view.
Please include CV, link to website/social media and 3-5 samples of your previous work with your application. A panel of fellow artists, curators and other professionals will select an artist for each of the eight prints. You do not need to submit ideas for prints to apply.
Artist Compensation: $1,000 + other exciting benefits to be announced
If you would like more information, email email@example.com
The Tampa Bay Rays and Creative Pinellas reserve the right to cancel the series or change the number of prints in the series for any reason and at any time. The Tampa Bay Rays will own the rights to the final print design. Rights to non-team based elements within the print will remain with the artist. Tampa Bay Rays to execute agreement with each artist.
Deadline for applications is November 27th 11:59pm. A few sample artworks are shown below. See the 2019 Rays artist series prints here.