Open Call: Women in Art Fair

Women in Art Fair invites submissions from women artists for its OPEN CALL, a curated gallery exhibition to be held at the inaugural Women in Art Fair at Mall Galleries, London this autumn.

Women in Art Fair is a new art fair dedicated to re-addressing the gender imbalance in the art industry. It seeks to create a positive global fair, at which women artists are given an opportunity to show their work and contribute to developing the exchange of ideas around gender and culture.

This October, Women in Art Fair will launch with its first edition, and is inviting submissions from women artists (including female-identifying artists) for its Open Call exhibition.

6th Midwest Open

The Midwest Open is an annual exhibition at WMG that highlights women and non-binary artistic excellence from the Midwest. According to the United States Census Bureau, the 12 states in the Midwest include Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. This exhibition puts forth the vibrancy, diversity, and strong feminist voice right here in the Heartland. 

As a juried exhibition, each iteration of the Midwest Open offers applicants the unique opportunity to have their work reviewed by esteemed arts professionals and industry connectors. 

Tickled Pink: A Collection of Artworks Surrounding Joy, Humor, and Color | A Virtual Exhibition

Woman Made Gallery (WMG) is seeking entries for Tickled Pink: A Collection of Artworks Surrounding Joy, Humor, and Color, a virtual group exhibition open to women and non-binary artists. Entries are curated by Veronica Clements. Artists may submit up to three works plus an artist statement related to the exhibition theme. ALL accepted works with statements will be viewable online.
Final Entry Due Date (fee $25): June 3, 2023, 11:59 PM CST

International Open Call For Art


“PRIDE” is a call for a visual art exhibit designed to celebrate queer community in honor of International Pride Month. The exhibit is a precursor to Pride celebrations held in June. Artists are encouraged to present works that celebrate the unique sense of pride & celebrate diversity for the community. Artists are encouraged to submit meaningful works underscoring identity, love, sexuality, gender, lifestyle and diversification. Show us what your Pride means to you.

With this curated group exhibition “PRIDE” we are excited to document & share about several expressions in context to the celebration of diversification, gender & identity and so much more via the medium of visual arts.


About Guest Curator: Halie Torris

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