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"Sigil"

Call for Submissions: "Sigil" - Art, Magick, & Alchemy

Echo Park Art Gallery is thrilled to announce our upcoming juried group exhibition, "Sigil," exploring the themes of art, magick, and alchemy. We invite visual artists and sculptors from all backgrounds to submit their work for consideration.

Submission Details:

On a Wire : Critical Review Catalogue Publication & Online Exhibit

No application, registration, or publication fees. No fees. Up to six best in show artists will have their work published with a critical review in the Artist Feature Catalogue. Artists participating in the online exhibit will have two works of art on display and links to their website and social media. Artists keep 100% sales of their work.

You can apply for online exhibits by emailing us at curator@aedrafinearts.com.

How to apply:

Email your resume, 3 image samples, and artist website.

Artist Feature Catalogue articles are published on our website at 

https://www.aedrafinearts.com/artist-feature and on our Substack page at https://aedrafinearts.substack.com

It's Oh So Quiet : Catalogue Publication & Online Exhibit

No application or registration fees. Up to six best in show artists will have their work published with a critical review in the Artist Feature Catalogue. Artists participating in the online exhibit will have two works of art on display and links to their website and social media. Artists keep 100% sales of their work.

You can apply for online exhibits by emailing us at curator@aedrafinearts.com.

How to apply:

Email your resume, 3 image samples, and artist website.

Artist Feature Catalogue articles are published on our website at 

https://www.aedrafinearts.com/artist-feature and on our Substack page at https://aedrafinearts.substack.com

AFA does not accept applications of works made with artificial intelligence.

Exchange Station : Catalogue Publication & Online Exhibit

No application or registration fees. Up to six best in show artists will have their work published with a critical review in the Artist Feature Catalogue. Artists participating in the online exhibit will have two works of art on display and links to their website and social media. Artists keep 100% sales of their work.

You can apply for online exhibits by emailing us at curator@aedrafinearts.com.

How to apply:

Email your resume, 3 image samples, and artist website.

Artist Feature Catalogue articles are published on our website at 

https://www.aedrafinearts.com/artist-feature and on our Substack page at https://aedrafinearts.substack.com

AFA does not accept applications of works made with artificial intelligence.

Fine Grit: Art & Ideas In Wood

Fine Grit is a national juried exhibition of contemporary artists who use wood as a primary material in their work. From traditional techniques such as hand carved sculpture, woodcuts and pyrography to more recent technologies such as laser engraving and 3D printing, artists have long used wood as a source material and medium. Wood comes directly from nature and each piece has its own unique lifecycle, evident in the processes artists and other makers utilize while working with it.

Particular interest will be given to artists who consider the origin of their materials and who use wood as subject matter, addressing topics such as forestry, ecology, architecture, human consumption and the changing climate.

 

"Escapist" March - Call to Art

Florida Emerging Art’s March Call theme is “Escapist”. The gallery provides a virtual space for emerging artists and this month is curated by Brianna Ashton @briannaashtonart.
An ‘Escapist’ is a person who seeks distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially in the form of entertainment or fantasy.
Artists are called to create imagery in any medium of their choice that depicts the feeling of dissociation, where they escape their reality in daydreams or in the real world. Reflecting on the people, places and objects that provide us with a sense of relief amid the trials of life.

Call Summary: All Artistic Mediums Accepted. We encourage artists without a record in established institutions to contribute.

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