Please read through the Calls for Entry that we have listed below. If you are interested in a specific call for entries read through the prospectus. The prospectus has the important dates that you will need to know and detailed instructions on each call for entries process for that exhibit.
Because of the COVID-19 Virus, we are only accepting digital entries. Instructions for these vary, so please consult the digital entry instructions for the exhibition in which you’re interested. In general, d
ONLINE ENTRY FORM (VIA ENTRYTHINGY): You will fill in a form online and submit images of your artwork.
After you have submitted your artwork the jury results will be emailed and posted on the Sebastopol Center for the Arts website.
For more information or questions, contact email@example.com.
In ‘normal times’ Gallery Open Hours Tuesday – Friday 10-4 PM and Saturday – Sunday 1-4 PM.
Currently closed due to Covid 19.
International ONLINE Juried Exhibition,
OPEN JUNE 6 - JULY 18, 2020
Click here for LINK to Application on Entrythingy.com. The only way to apply.
Saturday, June 6. via Zoom. It's a party! More information will be sent closer to date
COVID-19 has forced us to stop as never before. We are living a SEA CHANGE; our world is in a profound transformation.
Dear Artist, What is your sea change?
Has this crisis affected your life?
Has it changed the way you view other people or the world?
Do you think what life will be like in the future?
Do you appreciate something differently that you may have taken for granted before?
Will the green of the grass and the blue of the sky be more vibrant than ever? Can you see spring and soft flowers, or do you see death and decay?
Will you record your dance or read us a poem of overflowing gratitude?
Maybe your work has been your outlet to deal with your reflections of this time of our lives.
Nothing is too much... fear, anger, hope, loss, family, connectedness, loneliness, love, anxiety, hope, appreciation, or things that only you can feel.
This show will be a powerful exhibition of what people have created in response to new feelings and the experience of living with COVID-19.
Please share with us, through your art, your experiences of this traumatic and uncertain time.
We welcome all art including but not limited to painting, photography, collage, sculpture, fiber art, assemblages, music, videos, happy or sad.
Categories: drawing, photography, painting, installation, ceramics, collage, printmaking, sound art, video, sculpture in glass, wood, bronze, stone, paper, fiber art...
A call for artwork related to anything “water.” Think oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, brooks, but also aquariums, clouds, rain, flood, flow, steam, ice, glaciers, icebergs, wells, sources, or any other associations related.
Don't miss this important virtual event!
Online gallery will be August, September
IRL (in real life) gallery, if applicable: August 24-September 13, 2020
In this exhibit we ask you to explore identity. Whether you’ve embraced the identity assigned to you at birth or you have fashioned one cut from new cloth, what does identity mean to you? We ask you to consider the following questions:
• How is your identity informed by your ethnicity, who you love, your gender, your political or religious beliefs, the culture that resonates within you? How has your identity changed over the years? In what ways has your identity shaped or changed your life? Does the world see and accept you for who you are?
• Allow your art to give voice to that which you personally define as identity. It can be very personal, or it can highlight a person or a cause that is about the concept.
• We invite two- and three-dimensional art. Think portraits, landscapes, abstract, photos, collages, paintings, sculptures, fiber arts, clay, paper, sound installation, video.
The role and goal of the juror, for any given exhibition, is to select artwork that reflects a standard of artistic excellence and achieves an appropriate aesthetic balance.
While all jurors make every effort to accept as many works as possible, we regret that it is not always feasible to accept every submission, due to inherent size and spatial limitation considerations. Nevertheless, we most certainly invite you to submit to another exhibition in the future.
For current information about whether your artwork has been accepted for an exhibition, please see the “Jury Results” section for each applicable exhibit- and click on the link provided for a posting of accepted artwork. You will also be notified by separate email if your artwork submission has been accepted for an exhibition.
Should your artwork submission not be selected for an exhibition, you will also find information about retrieving your artwork in the “Jury Results” section