Calls for Artists
It’s that time of year again! The First Friday Art Walk’s Annual Art Contest is now open and ready for submissions. Last years competition was a wonderful showing of our local and regional talent and we are thrilled to continue the tradition of showing fine art in our community through this contest.
The Kennedy Center is seeking teaching artists to contribute to a library of arts-focused online lessons and activities for families and educators. The lessons and activities in the library should provide introductory steps that get young people (and the young at heart) interested in arts learning.
We are looking for digital content for students in grades 2-5 that...
Attention All Missouri Artists, we need your help! Missouri Art Now, A Bicentennial Celebration is a juried, traveling exhibition that will feature sixty works from artists throughout the state, demonstrating Missouri’s vibrant visual arts culture.
Queen City Shout is celebrating its 10 year anniversary! QCS is Springfield's largest showcase of local and area music, film and art. But this year—we're going virtual August 17-23rd!
Each fall, the Springfield Regional Arts Council celebrates local arts and its supporters with the Ozzie Awards. With the unique circumstances surrounding 2020, this year The Ozzies will be a retrospective show reminding us how “The Arts Endure.”
Black Lives Matter (Southwest Missouri) is calling all local black artists to submit to their future events. We want to elevate your work.
📧 email your artist submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
• List your name 🖊
• Art form (visual art, graphic art, literature art, performance art, plastic, decorative, music, architecture) 🖼 🎭 🎨 🎼
• Portfolio/ or link to work 📁
Queen City of the Ozarks. SGF. Birthplace of Route 66. Springfield, Missouri, and its neighbors, is known for many wonderful things, and we'd love to see how it inspires you artistically during this time when our community is rallying together more than ever before.