Show in Alexandria’s Eisenhower Valley District
Shauna Lee Lange Arts Advisory’s program Art in the Valley consists of displays of local artists’ original artwork in lobbies of office buildings, theatres, law firms, universities, hotels, cafes, large corporations and small businesses.
For application information, read here.
Glenview Mansion Art Gallery – 2010 Exhibits
Open to all artists living and/or working in Maryland, DC and Virginia. A juried selection process will be implemented through which all applications are reviewed by a panel of artists and art professionals. The panel will select artists and create exhibits to be placed into the 2010 calendar schedule. An exhibit may reflect selection of one or more applicants. Group applications accepted.
For application and full prospectus, contact Julie Farrell, Arts Programs Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the Gallery web site at www.rockvillemd.gov/arts/exhibits.htm
Call for Artists: When Harlem Came to Paris
LiL SoSo Productions in cooperation with Authentic Contemporary Art and several co-sponsors will be partnering with the Alliance Française de Washington to celebrate the influence of African Americans in France with the multi-media arts event: When Harlem Came to Paris, Saturday, February 28, 2009 in Washington, DC.
Themes may include:
-African influences on art and culture of Paris
-Café scenes of Paris in the 1920s and 1930s
-Nightclub and Entertainment of Paris in the 1920s and 1930s
Deadline for Entries – Submissions and accompanying information should be received by Authentic Contemporary Art by January 17, 2009.
Click here to download the entry form and for more information.