ArtOPS



Opportunities for Artists in Utah



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ArtOps is dedicated to bringing art opportunities to Utah artists. Opportunities are from local, national and international sources, and include exhibitions, residencies, funding, and professional development.

These opportunities are listed here as a service and are not administered by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums.

For Public Art Opportunities, please click here.


local opportunities


Craft Lake City is accepting applications through April 8 for their 13th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival® Presented By Harmons, Utah’s largest three-day, local-centric arts festival. This festive event will feature hundreds of local makers, artists, performers, foodies and creatives at the Utah State Fairpark from August 13-15, 2021. 
Deadline: April 8, 2021

The Utah Pride Center is looking for visual art submissions for an outdoor exhibition in the Pride Story Garden held June 3-7, 2021. We are encouraging submissions that highlight the talents of Utah's LGBTQ+, BIPOC, QTIPOC artists and makers that also connect with the theme, "Our History, Our Stories, Our Communities." This first-time exhibit is estimated to be viewed by 15,000+ attendees. 
Deadline: April 10, 2021

Sorenson Community Campus Art Galleries - The Sorenson Campus serves the public as a place where the city conducts its business, maintains the facility, and offers the public access to the space for rentals, exhibitions, and community services. There is no fee to apply, individual artists, individual artists applying as a group, and non-profit organizations are eligible.
Deadline
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Kimball Art Center  - Through our exhibitions, educational arts programs and events, KAC provides a platform and a place for artists and arts enthusiasts to come together to explore, celebrate, develop and cherish the creative spark that lives within us all. The Exhibitions Committee meets quarterly to discuss proposals submitted for single artists, group shows, and curated exhibitions.
Deadline: Rolling

UMOCA Projects Gallery - An initiative to promote Utah artists as they engage the contemporary art world locally and nationally. It is the first exhibition space that visitors encounter when entering UMOCA and is solely dedicated to exhibiting the work of Utah artists, providing them with a professional exhibition environment, prominent exposure to UMOCA visitors, and through UMOCA’s increasing national ties, the possibility of greater exposure around the country.
Deadline: Rolling



National and International Opportunities




ADDITIONAL RESOURCES


Rochester Contemporary Art Center's (RoCo) international small art phenomenon returns for the 14th year! 6x6x2021 is made of thousands of original artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international & local artists, designers, youth and YOU. Each artist may enter up to three artworks of any medium (2D or 3D). Artworks must be six inches square and signed only on the back, to be exhibited anonymously. Participation is free. All artworks will be exhibited and for sale to the public for $20 each to benefit RoCo. Artists’ names will be revealed to the buyer upon purchase and all artworks remain on display through July 18. Limit three artworks per school group (no limit for colleges). 
Deadline: April 10, 2021

The Dab Art Co. has launched an exclusive and unprecedented art project called ART IN THE TIME OF CORONA™. This 3 year long comprehensive project includes an ongoing online exhibition, a full color publication of all selected works (published yearly), a multi-gallery international exhibition and a documentary film on the first year of the project (the film will be screened in Los Angeles). Entry fee: $35.
Deadline: April 11, 2021

Proyectos Galería (PRPG.mx) is a Dab Art Co. satellite gallery located in Colonia Juárez, Mexico City. This densely populated and culturally significant neighborhood is a mecca for the city’s art community. Though the original colonial style architecture is still prominent throughout the space, PRPG.mx has also been retro fitted with display walls that are more synonymous with contemporary U.S. galleries. Housed in a 2 story old world style former residence, with a total combined exhibition space of 3000 sqft, PRPG.mx is curated exclusively by Dab Art Co. curator Micheal Swank. Micheal’s contemporary program focus’s on artist’s and artwork within (but not limited to) the LGBTQ+ community. Entry fee: $35.
Deadline: April 11, 2021

H Gallery + Studios is located in Ventura, California. This 10,000 square foot vintage 1930's building is dedicated to creatives & art entrepreneurs. It includes a 2000 square foot gallery, a 2700 cubic foot suspended installation area and 20 work studios for creatives to nurture their creative endeavors. Nestled between Malibu and Ojai, H Gallery + Studios was opened in 2011 by Dab Art Co. founder Yessíca Torres and Southern California designer Rodrigo Aguilar. Mainly focusing on mid-career to established artists, Yessíca’s progressive contemporary exhibition program turned H Gallery into one of the prevailing contemporary art spaces in the greater Los Angeles area. H Gallery is a Dab Art Co. satellite gallery and is exclusively curated by Dab Art Co. curator Zära Monet Feeney. Entry fee: $35. 
Deadline: April 11, 2021

Dab Art will review proposals for group exhibitions. Artists chosen for these group exhibitions will be further evaluated and considered for roster selections. A comprehensive and detailed submission will include at least 3 images, a biography and/or artist statement, artist website link and links to at least 1 social media platform. Early applications are encouraged as exhibition considerations will made prior to the deadlines. Entry fee: $35.
Deadline: April 11, 2021

NextWork is proud to provide a stage for emerging artists in the autism and disability communities. We believe in the talent and passion of our local artists and will provide a platform for these artists to be recognized and commissioned for their work. All mediums will be considered, i.e., oil painting, watercolors, pottery, jewelry, glass work, metal work, photography. After review of initial applications, a selection committee will request a submission from the chosen artists outlining parameters based on the medium. A stipend will be offered to each artist, subject to approval and by the Art Committee. 
Deadline: April 15, 2021

The Institute for Art and Innovation invites all artists and creatives to apply with their works to the Social Art Award 2021. We believe that humanity can solve complex global problems faced today with openness, inclusiveness, and interdisciplinary collaboration. The award recognizes visionary works from artists (co-)creating and shaping sustainable and positive futures. Applications are welcome that focus on this year’s theme “New Greening” providing hopeful prospects towards climate change, resource saving, environmental protection, ecosystem recovery, water conservation, biodiversity, resilient cities etc. 
Deadline: April 15, 2021

Announcing ViewPoint Gallery's international juried call for submissions. This is an opportunity to exhibit your work for one month at ViewPoint Gallery, the only gallery in the Halifax area devoted to photography. The competition is open to all subject matter from photographers located anywhere worldwide. 
Deadline: April 15, 2021

IncuArts invites artists to submit work for Persist, Persevere, Be- an exhibition exploring ideas related to perseverance in the face of discrimination. Persecution can come in the form of discrimination based on gender, culture, race, sexual orientation, disabilities and more. For this exhibition, we ask artists to respond to this topic. How has persecution affected you? Your work? How have you persevered? Is being an act of defiance? Is your work the proof of perseverance? Women, BIPOC, LGBTQA+, and other community members who embody this experience are strongly encouraged to apply. Artists of all media are encouraged to apply. 
Deadline: April 19, 2021

Working collaboratively with Team Halo, Amplifier is offering $100,000 in awards to artists to help build the #Vaccinated campaign. #Vaccinated is a global call to arms (literally), to make sure everyone gets a vaccine as quickly as possible, especially the most vulnerable, wherever they are in the world, making it harder for this virus to mutate into new variants. In solidarity with our global community of artists, we will award $1,000 apiece to 100 artists. 
Deadline: April 20, 2021

The Providence Art Club invites artists from throughout the United States to submit their recent work for an exciting open juried exhibition opportunity. Each year, the Art Club welcomes non-member artists from across the country to submit work for an open exhibition. This year's show will celebrate the best in contemporary art by makers from throughout the United States regardless of theme, style, or media. Founded in 1880, the Providence Art Club is one of the oldest arts organizations in the nation and the first such Club to be co-founded by women and men. 
Deadline: April 23, 2021

The VSA Emerging Young Artists Program amplifies the voices of visual artists with disabilities through career development and professional empowerment. The competition seeks excellent work from emerging artists with disabilities, ages 16-25, residing in the United States. 
Deadline: April 28, 2021

“Portrait” is a thematic art open call focused on the art of portrait. Supported by ArtWeek, selected works will be promoted through @ArtJobs instagram and newsletter to all connected galleries and publications. Accepted Media: Painting, Photography, Illustration, MixMedia, and Sculpture. Entry fee: $16 for up to 2 submission, $26 for up to 5 submissions.
Deadline: April 30, 2021

Artists are invited to submit works for the May 17–July 2, 2021 O’Hanlon Center ONLINE Gallery exhibit “BLUE.” BLUE is the HUE! So many intriguing shades of blue to work with including cyan, cobalt, cerulean, azure, navy, Prussian, indigo, periwinkle, royal, sapphire, steel, slate, sky or baby blue. Which ones inspire or challenge you? For this exhibit, the color Blue should figure prominently in your work. Sculptural and 3D pieces are welcome. Contemporary, expressionistic, abstract, exploratory, and/or experimental entries encouraged. Entry fee: $40 for non-members $30 for members.
Deadline: April 30, 2021

STIFF Festival invites visual and new media artists to submit their artwork for the exhibition program of the 8th Student International Film Festival. For the last seven years, STIFF Festival has produced a rich accompanying program that elaborates and complements the thematic focus of its film program. With the emphasis on contemporary art practices, STIFF’s exhibition program gathers artists from all over the globe, dealing with relevant social, political, as well as intimate aspects of everyday life. This year the festival is giving attention to the Body, and the exhibition program aims to explore socially relevant ways of interpreting the body in a contemporary environment saturated with images. We encourage a view of the body as productive and creative, the body as a process that changes its meaning and capacities depending on the context in which it resides. 
Deadline: May 1, 2021

The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is inviting photographers/visual artists to submit work that describes the idea of Aging and Action. We provide a platform for artistic expression in order to foster a dialogue and drive innovation in the photographic arts to embrace Aging Well for All. We believe aging well is something every American deserves—regardless of gender, color, sexuality, income, or zip code. “Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength.” —Betty Friedan. Share your favorite photographic shots of older adults doing everyday activities as an expression of healthy living. This competition focus on older adults 55+ including all ethics (African-America, Hispanic-America, Caucasian, Asian-America, etc.) This is a great opportunity to share portraits of an individual older adult, older adults with families, older adults in their communities, documentary shots, lifestyle, street, etc. 
Deadline: May 2, 2021

Five Points Gallery (FPG), part of the Five Points Center for the Visual Arts, is a 501c3 non-profit arts organization centrally located in the historic downtown district of Torrington, CT. Five Points Gallery, one of Connecticut’s most respected exhibition venues is accepting submissions for its 2021 Juried Exhibition. Open to all artists 18 years or older working in any style and media. All accepted works will be featured in the Five Points' main galleries and on Five Points' website. The one award will be a 2022 solo exhibition in Five Points Gallery. The Exhibition will be juried by CT artist and educator Joseph Fucigna. 
Deadline: May 2, 2021

Artists are invited to submit original artwork for the ‘Fanciful Expressions’ exhibit at the Kavanagh Gallery of Fine Line Creative Arts Center, St. Charles, Illinois. Any artist whose work explores the whimsical, lighthearted, fantastical, or silly aspects of life is invited to apply. All 2-D and 3-D media will be considered for this exhibit. 
Deadline: May 2, 2021

The Yellowstone Art Museum’s Third Annual North x Northwest juried exhibition features the theme “Out of Isolation”, and asks artists to respond to their time in isolation, after isolation, and the societal changes brought on by Covid-19 and the tumultuous year of 2020. We look forward to artists’ responses to the theme in all art media, and to their broad and personal interpretations. Work must be created from January 2020 to present, and not previously shown at the Yellowstone Art Museum. 
Deadline: May 3, 2021

The Public Art Project in Vincennes, Indiana was formed in 2019 with the goal of bringing public art into the City of Vincennes. A consortium of four local galleries manages the project: Art Space Vincennes, LLC (project director); Northwest Territory Art Guild Gallery (Indiana Arts Commission grant applicant); Open Gallery; and Shircliff Gallery (part of Vincennes University). Since 2014, these galleries have collaborated on the First Friday Art Walks, which have contributed to an ongoing revitalization of the Main Street area. This second year of a three-year project is designed to bring art out of the galleries and into a public sphere where a wider audience can be reached. The galleries are assisted in this project by a committee of art professionals and community members representing a variety of stakeholders. The Public Art Project presents an opportunity for sculptors from across the nation to submit up to two (2) entries to the First City Public Sculpture Exhibition of large-scale public sculpture to be installed in the City of Vincennes. Sculptures will be on loan for a period of three years, at the end of which time they will be picked up by the artists and new works will be rotated in. Artists will receive an honorarium totaling One Thousand Six Hundred Dollars and Fifty Dollars ($1,650.00) to help defray costs of transportation and installation. The honorarium will be distributed in three installments over the exhibition loan period. Entry fee: $10. 
Deadline: May 3, 2021

If it has feathers, it’s a bird! So, show us BIRDS! Real and imagined. Historic and philosophical. From the tiniest hummer to the largest ostrich. Give us a legion of bobbing penguins or the glare from a single eagle. Birds riding on hippos or stealing food from a predator. What does “living like a bird” look like? Give us birds with some attitude! We’ve seen enough wildlife shows to know that birds do some very silly and wild things in the name of love, food, and turf! We’d like to see those moments, please. The diversity of birds across their worldwide habitat is nothing short of amazing. Capturing that beauty through art gives us the chance to share that experience. This show is all about our feathered friends and how much we all love and appreciate their presence in our world. Entry fee: $20.
Deadline: May 3, 2021

SCORE (Southern California Open Regional Exhibitions) invites artists to enter our H x W x D virtual exhibit. This exhibit includes free-standing or hanging 3D art. Low and high relief art that is wall hung is accepted. Artwork will be juried using digital images (.JPGs). Video of art may accompany .JPGs upon entering. 
Deadline: May 6, 2021

Art Fluent supports artists worldwide through juried exhibitions and funding opportunities throughout the year. As steadfast supporters of the arts, our aim is to connect art lovers directly with artists and vice versa. A portion of the proceeds from the entry fees is donated to organizations committed to the arts and supporting artists. Art Fluent invites artists worldwide to submit artwork to our online exhibit, ConTEXT. ConTEXT-The use of text and language elevates a work of art where it becomes a visual code. A layer of mystery is added, and as humans, we begin to decode what we see to translate it into our minds. The boundless perspectives of text probe ideas and concepts, and a new layer of visual storytelling takes place. Whether your work is filled with a dissertation or has just one single character. Show us what ConTEXT means through your perspective.
Deadline: May 7, 2021

Monmouth University’s Center for the Arts is looking for artists who use recycled denim in new and creative ways in paintings, sculpture, collages, small constructions and wall hangings, etc. for a juried exhibition that will take place from June 17 – August 14 , 2021 in the Pollak Gallery. Works submitted must use denim as the principal medium of the piece and the fabric must be reconstructed from its original form in some way. Please note that if a physical show is not possible due to ongoing COVID restrictions we will pivot to a virtual format.
Deadline: May 7, 2021

Las Laguna Art Gallery presents Painterly. This exhibition is open to artists working in Acrylic, Egg Tempra Paint, Gouache, Oil, or Watercolor. This is an Open Theme exhibition so any and all subjects are acceptable. 
Deadline: May 9, 2021

Artists from antiquity forward have drawn inspiration from the landscape. The growth of cities, modern forms of transportation, and a seemingly ever-growing division between humanity and the natural world, as well as the inventions of portable paints, photography, and video, revolutionized the genre. Changes to the environment, both locally and globally, move at a rapid pace, and will no doubt continue to revolutionize the artist's relationship landscape. Site:Brooklyn is calling for working that engages, across all mediums and techniques, with the natural landscapes and built environments. Entry fee: $25. 
Deadline: May 11, 2021

Exhibizone - Winter 2021 will present around 100 artworks created by talented international artists and express current themes and trends in contemporary art. In the spirit of supporting artists to showcase their valuable arts worldwide, Exhibizone's online international sales exhibitions present the 4th edition of its one-of-a-kind smart online group shows for participant artists. 
Deadline: May 11, 2021

The Indianapolis Art Center announces a Call for Entry to Women’s Work. Women’s Work is a juried exhibition centered on gender and feminist politics. Historically, women have been excluded from the art world, from being kept out of academies and apprenticeships to being woefully underrepresented in galleries and museums today. Along with this, the art skills that were deemed feminine or appropriate for women, such as sewing, embroidery, or weaving, are dismissed as “just” crafts and hobbies. This exhibition, open to women-identified and non-binary artists from the local and national community, seeks to highlight female artists and intersectionality in femininity. 
Deadline: May 12, 2021

It is San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild's pleasure to invite artists to submit their art for our annual juried Summer Exhibition. This juried online exhibition is a continuation of this prestigious guild’s 106 year tradition of putting on juried exhibitions. Open to all artists working in all 2D and 3D media. This open call is an excellent opportunity for artists, from around the world, to show their work and have their talent recognized. Monetary awards will be given for the top seven artworks, as selected by the guest juror, Anita Feldman, Deputy Director, Curatorial Affairs & Education at the San Diego Museum of Art. Entry fees - Artists Guild members: $20 for one artwork and $5 for each additional work, up to 5 images. Non-members: $30 for one artwork and $10 for each additional artwork, up to five images.
Deadline: May 15, 2021

The Rhode Island Watercolor Society is proud to support watercolor and other traditional watermedia materials and methods. With the growth of the arts industry comes the introduction of new equipment and practices. As the options for art making expand, so must the horizons of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society guidelines for our open juried shows. This show will be taking place online and will not be displayed physically in the gallery. Open to all 2D media. 
Deadline: May 15, 2021

DAILE GALERIE is now inviting visual expressionist artists working with paint on canvas, mixed media on canvas, or fine art paper to consider for our second virtual exhibition of the year, based on expressionism. The exhibition will be curated by Adila Ben and Rodshir Dailë. We are open to all subject matter and points of inspiration. Expressionism is a modernist movement, initially in poetry and painting, originating in Germany at the beginning of the 20th century. Its typical trait is to present the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas. Expressionism is a complex and vast term that has meant different things at different times. The term is so elastic that it can accommodate artists ranging from Vincent van Gogh to Egon Schiele and Wassily Kandinsky. Fees: €30 up to 6 works; Submission fees are non-refundable. (via PayPal) 
Deadline: May 16, 2021

The Locust Grove Estate is partnering with Barrett Art Center to announce four Solo Show opportunities in 2022-2023. Each 10-12 week show presents artists with the opportunity to present a solo show of 20-30 artworks in the Transverse Gallery in the Visitor Center at Locust Grove, a National Historic Landmark museum, education center, and nature preserve which attracts over 90,000 visitors annually. Solo shows are available for 2-D artwork. Please note the galleries are frequented by visitors of all ages, including school groups. Artists’ discretion is requested. We encourage artists to develop new works of art for this exhibition opportunity. If selected for a solo show, the images submitted for review do not necessarily have to be among the works exhibited. In an effort to give artists time to prepare, solo shows are being offered now for Spring 2022 – Spring 2023. Entry fee: $40,Barrett Art Center Members: $35 .
Deadline: May 19, 2021

Brand Library & Art Center in Glendale, California announces its 49th Annual National Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper. Cash awards total over $4,000 including a Juror’s Award. All accepted artworks will be included in a show at the Brand Gallery or as part of a virtual show (depending on pandemic restrictions) and in both printed and online exhibition catalogs. We recognize the toll that the last year has taken on artists around the country and know that artists now more than ever want an opportunity for their work to be seen and celebrated. This year we are removing financial barriers to Brand 49 with entrance fees that are greatly reduced and, if necessary, waived completely. Entry fee: $10. 
Deadline: May 23, 2021

Kahilu Exhibits, located in the galleries at Kahilu Theatre on Hawai'i Island, has opened the application process for our 2022 Exhibition Season (Jan- Dec 2022). Our exhibition program features local and global works of art from both emerging and established visual artists and accepted proposals will be considered from individuals or artist groups, as well as from curators of exhibitions.. Educational outreach includes school visits, artist talks, workshops, and publications that encourage the visual arts to be a catalyst for creativity and growth. Our Exhibition Committee selects artists, artist groups and/or curators via a proposal-and-review process, once a year. Applications submitted will remain on file for two years, and those not chosen for an exhibit will be considered for any additional opportunities that occur during that or the subsequent season. 
Deadline: May 23, 2021

Nerd Alert! Do you have a curious mind? There are all kinds of nerds – math nerds, sci-fi nerds, computer nerds, book nerds, history nerds, space nerds, science nerds, tech nerds, comic nerds, etc. and we love them all! Whatever your passion, The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center invites you to submit your interpretations and illustrations of the NERD theme. “Nerd” has morphed from the stereotypical construct of the introverted and socially awkward intellectual to a label that incites pride and celebration. In this exhibit we want to celebrate the eccentric, irregular, odd, strange, alternative, and unusual in all its glory. So, whether you are into quantum mechanics or cartoons let’s show the public what self-proclaimed nerds are all about! Entry fee: $20, or $18 for current Museum Members (with coupon code). 
Deadline: May 25, 2021

Altered images is a spontaneous space for experimental film production, videoart, installations and live music. The festival aims to showcase silent or sound movies that are open to a sound reinterpretation. Our showcase is open to artists all around the world whose works have an experimental and innovative character. We’re looking for brave and risky filmmakers, who enjoy exploring the sounds and the different touch other artists can provide to their images. Entry Fee: Yes. 
Deadline: May 31, 2021

The Judy Chicago Art Education Award, funded by MaryRoss Taylor, honors Judy Chicago and her pioneering work as an art educator. The award is open to scholars, artists, and educators creating projects based on primary research that incorporates any of the archives that are included in the Judy Chicago Research Portal, which was launched in October 2019. These archives include: Judy Chicago’s Visual Archive at the Bettye Boyd Dettre Library and Research Center at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA); Judy Chicago’s paper archives at the Schlesinger Library for the History of Women in America at Harvard; and Judy Chicago’s Art Education Collection at the Special Collections Library at Penn State which includes the K-12 Dinner Party Curriculum. Winners are awarded a certificate and a $2,500 prize, presented at an award ceremony to be held in July, 2021, at the Through the Flower Art Space in Belen, New Mexico. 
Deadline: June 1, 2021

A Fall of Rain… As spring arrives, we look forward to a world renewed and building on our general theme of moving forward, the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is accepting entries to address the theme, A Fall of Rain. “Whether gloomy or relaxing, rainy atmosphere elicits an emotional response. Distorting the world through reflections, splatters, and color shifts, rain can transform our surroundings in ways both magical and disastrous. Spring showers wash away the snow and grime of winter, shifting into summer thunderstorms. From gentle drizzle to treacherous hurricanes and monsoons, we look for photographs in all mediums that explore the regenerative and destructive powers of precipitation.” This Call for photography is open to all styles and photographic processes and will be juried by Kat Kiernan, Editor-in-Chief of the photography magazine Don’t Take Pictures. Entry fee: $35.
Deadline: June 12, 2021

R Gallery is building a permanent online exhibit which will feature images from ALL 62 US National Parks. These images will be for sale on our website and in our downtown Boulder art gallery. Selected artists will give R Gallery the rights to sell prints and artists will receive 50% of the profits for each sale. R Gallery will also create a book using these photos and promoting the exhibit and sale of prints. Artists are invited to submit original artwork for the “National Parks” exhibit. In this exhibit, we are seeking photographic images, either film or digital, in all styles. The images must have been taken in or of one of the 62 US National Parks and not previously used in any commercial publication. A portion of the profit from print and book sales will go to the National Park Foundation. Entry fee. 
Deadline: June 20, 2021

Refresh Art Award is now open for entries! We're an international art competition, promoting every entry.

  • £3000 Refresh Art Award.
  • £300 prize for 2 additional categories.
  • EVERY entry goes in our online gallery and is promoted until December 2022.
  • November exhibition in London for shortlisted entries.
  • £10 basic entry with additional entries £6 each for up to a total of 4.
  • We take no commission from artists in our show.

See our website for more details about this biannual art award with a difference - running since 2018. 
Deadline: July 2, 2021

Las Laguna Art Gallery's 2021 Textures & Patterns exhibition is open theme and all local, national, and international artists are encouraged to apply. Submissions for this show can be representational or abstract using any textures, patterns, shapes or forms. Acceptable mediums include: Acrylic, Airbrush, Charcoal, Collage, Color Pencil, Computer Art, Digital Art, Digital Photography, Drawings, Encaustic, Fiber Arts, Glass Art, Graphite, Illustration, Mixed Media, New Media, Oil, Pastel, Pen and Ink, Photo Assemblage, Printmaking, Sculpture, Traditional Photography, Video, or Watercolor.​ Entry fee: $35. 
Deadline: July 11, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, celebrates the histories, cultures and contributions of Hispanic Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America or other regions that identify with the aforementioned cultures. To celebrate the vibrant and diverse communities we serve, Blue Line Arts will host an exhibition open to Latin and Hispanic artists whose works celebrate or reference their cultural backgrounds, or engage with contemporary political and social issues through their unique cultural lens. Blue Line Arts recognizes that Hispanic and Latin artists have been historically underrepresented at our institution, and are committed to furthering inclusivity and equity in the gallery. We recognize that many distinct peoples and cultures exist within the broad nomenclature of ‘Hispanic’ and ‘Latin’, and wish to be inclusive of these cultures without conflating or being reductive. We encourage all artists who identify as Hispanic, Latinx, Chicanx, whose ancestors hail from Central or South America, Spain, Mexico, the Carribean, any of the indigenous tribes of South and Central America, or any other regions that identify with these cultures to apply. Entry fee: $25. 
Deadline: August 13, 2021

San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles [San Jose, CA] The Museum accepts proposals from individual artists working in the fiber arts, independent curators, professionally organized exhibitions, textile collectors and other institutions. SJMQT currently installs exhibitions of historic, contemporary and art quilts, contemporary fiber art and world textiles from all cultures.
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