Calls for Artists
Artists needed for plein air painting, conducting art workshops for the public, or both. Set up at location of your choice across park grounds. Display artwork and share business cards (no art sales). Gain inspiration from the natural setting of George Washington Carver's childhood home.
Art in the Park, Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10am-3pm
Registration Deadline: April 19, 2018; contact Curtis Gregory, park ranger, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Waverly House will be hosting their spring juried show titled "Tranquility". This show is open to all artists 18 years of age or older. The work may be any medium or combination of media.
Entry forms are due to Waverly House February 27 and entries are due March 6, 2018.
Please email email@example.com for complete entry forms or call 417-882-3445.
Fresh Gallery 2018 Open Juried Competition applications are now available! Drop-off dates for artwork - March 30 or 31, 2018.
MAY 4-12, 2018
Is there a policy, law or societal norm that you don’t agree with? If so, this is your chance to express your views in a gallery setting. Drury on C-Street Gallery is hosting an exhibition of political art and the venue will be designed in the style of a “modern” speakeasy to represent the prohibition era’s idea that anything can be changed if members of society speak freely with a collective voice.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Monday, April 9, 2018
APRIL 6-27, 2018
Illness of Mentality
This exhibition will explore mental illness through art. It can be hard to understand what having a mental illness is like if you ‘ve never experienced one yourself. This exhibition seeks to educate viewers about various mental illnesses by encouraging artists to explore how they are affected by these disorders.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Monday, March 12, 2018
This exhibition will take place April 6-27, 2018
MARCH 2-30, 2018
Synesthesia of Song
We are seeking visual works that are representations or interpretations inspired by a song or album. The works of art can be interpretations the artist believes the song entitles or even a story about the song. Please reference which song or album has been the catalyst for the work submitted.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Monday, February 12, 2018
This exhibition will take place March 2-30, 2018
FEBRUARY 2-23, 2018
Do You See Who I See?
This exhibition will explore self-identity based on: cultural, ethnicity, sex, race, gender, or nationality. How do you identify yourselves? Do you feel others identify you in another way? We invite artists to share who they are and how that recognition of self may be similar to or differ from their feelings of the community in which they live.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Friday, January 12, 2018
Sunday, January 14th, 2018
12pm – complete
Clara Thompson Hall, Drury University
January 5th, 2018
All players of standard orchestral instruments, piano, and saxophone through Grade 12 currently:
Where: Juanita K Hammons Hall
When: January 5th, 10 a.m.
What: No theme to this show.
How: We will show you how.
Number of enteries: VAAS artist can hang three pictures.
Remember, the production Sound of Music will be preformed during January at the facility. Your art will be seen by hundreds of people.
Prizes are as usual $100 first-place; second-place and third-place are $50; and honorable mention is $25.