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Source of Light - Call for Art

Group exhibition at Aplomb gallery and in VR Nov 11-Dec 31, 2023
Deadline: September 1, 2023
Submit up to 5 portrait based or figurative works that related to the theme "Source of Light" literally or abstractly. Juried by Gallery Director Danielle Festa.

Solo show at Aplomb

Two month solo exhibition for September - October 2022

Deadline July 5, 2022

Submit 6-15 figurative works to be considered for a solo show at Aplomb Contemporary Portrait Gallery juried by Michelle Doll. 

Figuratively Speaking

Enter your original or limited edition artwork where the main theme is the human body either externally or internally. Open to all mediums of art except performance. Read and learn the gallery guidelines on the call site. 

Solo Show at Aplomb Gallery

Apply for a Solo Show at Aplomb

Two month solo exhibition for September - October 2022 in Dover, NH.

Deadline July 1, 2022

Submit 6-15 figurative works to be considered for a solo show at Aplomb Contemporary Portrait Gallery juried by Michelle Doll. 

The Body Eclectic '21

Since our Call-for-Entry process has moved entirely on-line, we have to change the timeline as well and begin the call process in December for our annual February exhibit. So welcome to our CALL for ENTRY for the Body Eclectic '21.

Key Dates:

January 3, 2021: Entry Deadline

~But the Early Bird Discount* on entry fee ends December 19th~

January 11, 2021:  Notification of acceptance/decline

January 28 - 30: Drop off accepted artwork (during gallery hours)

February 4 - 26: Exhibition Dates

February 5th, 1-9 pm: Reception Day

February 14th, 2-5 pm: Mid-Month Reception

February 27, 28th: Pick-up all unsold work

Clearly Human IV

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild is proud to host Clearly Human IV, an all-media group exhibition of artwork focused on the human figure. Clearly Human IV gives a comprehensive look at the many ways of representing the human figure, from traditional to contemporary, realistic to fanciful, beautiful to unsettling. The exhibit seeks a diverse view of the humanity representing subjects varying greatly in gender, age, ethnicity, and nationality. The artists are encouraged to use the figure to explore a wide variety of themes, including definitions of beauty, perceptions of history, relationships with nature, and moments of everyday life.

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