SUBMISSIONS OPEN: NATIONAL JURIED SHOW FOR THE VISUAL ARTS
Submit today! Don’t wait: The Deadline is November 30.
$1500 in cash prizes!
There are four categories of visual art for this show:
Photography (Digital and Film): Photography includes visual works created within a camera and processed using traditional darkroom or digital darkroom/lightroom software tools resulting in a printed work.
Painting, Drawing, Illustration: Painting, drawing, and illustration includes visual works created by hand using traditional analog techniques on a variety of surfaces that can be hung on a wall, with or without frames (such as stretched canvases).
Mixed Media: Mixed media are visual works created using a combination of materials and analog and digital processes, such as collage and assemblage. As long as the piece can hang on a wall and meets our physical specifications, we’ll consider it. Surprise us!
Graphic and Digital Art: Graphic and digital art are visual works originating inside a computer, regardless of form factor (desktop, laptop, smartphone). These works are printed, framed and ready to hang. For example, an illustration created in a software program (even by hand using a stylus and tablet) is considered digital art.
Submissions of creative work to the juried competition require an entry fee of $30. We’ll be using our Submittable platform to accept submissions for the juried show. No other forms of submission will be accepted.
Our juror for our first National Juried Show is Mary Anne Redding, who serves as Senior Curator at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts of Appalachian State University in Boone, NC.
For even more details, visit the contest page on our website.