Calls for Artists

Call for Artists: Waverly House Presents "Dreams"

Waverly House Gifts and Gallery is celebrating their 27th year of sponsoring an art auction and fundraiser in conjunction with our fall juried show to support children's charities.  Again this year, a portion of all sales and proceeds will benefit A Sporting Chance. The past twenty one auctions and fundraisers have raised over $86,000.

The theme of this show is "Dreams" and work may be any medium or combination of media. Work must be original and completed within the past two years. This show is open to artists eighteen years of age or older.

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Waverly House

Call for Artists: Pastel 100

Pastel 100

Sponsored by Pastel Journal, America’s leading magazine devoted to pastel artists, this annual competition offers cash, prizes and publicity to its talented winners. Get rewarded for your finest work!

Winners will be featured in the April 2019 issue of Pastel Journal.



Family Justice Center Seeks Art Donations

Family Justice Center Call for Donations

If you are interested in donating artwork for the walls of the new facility at in the Judicial Building (1010 N. Boonville): Julie Watson, Victim Witness Coordinator, would like to design several “living room” like settings for the clients who will use the facility. Your artwork would greatly help victims feel comfortable and “at home” as they navigate the system of services.

* Art work needs to be clean and in good condition. Any size is acceptable.

* Art should be properly wired and ready to hang.

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Judicial Building

Open Artist Contest at The Gillioz

The Gillioz invites you to come and explore the rich architecture and design of the historic Gillioz theatre for the Fall 2018 Open Artist Competition! From the ceilings to the carpet you can find inspiration in every corner of the building. That is why we have decided not to accept any art inspired by the chandelier or the marquee this time around. Although these are two of our proudest focal points, we want to encourage our local artists to dig deeper and discover elements in the building that may otherwise go unnoticed.