Hogue: 125 Inspired Oklahoma Landscapes

The University of Tulsa's School of Art, Design and Art History is pleased to announce a Call for Entry to the Alexandre Hogue 125: Inspired Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is inspired by Hogue's reverence for nature and the sense of identity found within it. It celebrates portrayals of Oklahoma's physical and cultural landscapes which include political, social, environmental, or interpersonal influences that shape who we are.

Art Biologic

ART BIOLOGIC This call is for a thematic exhibition based on art inspired by nature and biology. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery, May 18 - June 10, 2023 and is open to all artists working in any media. Eligible are all art forms relating to, or gaining inspiration from nature and biology. Including but not limited to: landscape, fruits, vegetables, flowers, fauna, biological science and human figuration in the context of nature and biology. Entry deadline February 28, 2023.  On-line entry format:  

Landscape and Architecture: 2022

A juried group photo show on landscape and architecture at Black Box Gallery.

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The Captured Image

The Captured Image is an international call for all forms of photographic art. This exhibition has no overarching theme save the light which traverses the ether, and begets a photograph, "the captured image." All genres of photography, black & white, color, traditional and non-traditional, and digital post-production photographic processes are welcome for submission.

Viewpoint: Landscape and Architecture

A juried group photo show on landscape and archtiecture at Black Box Gallery.


Commemorative Site for Enslaved and Exploited People


Davidson College is a liberal arts institution dedicated to cultivating humane instincts and disciplined, creative minds. Our community touchstone is the Reformed Tradition of the Presbyterian Church, a tradition rooted in the belief that all lives are valuable, equal, and deserving of dignity. 

Founded in the American South in 1837, less than thirty years before the Civil War, Davidson College recognizes our participation in slavery and responsibility for the pain and mistreatment of enslaved and exploited people throughout our history. 


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