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Calls to Artists

40th Treasury of Art ShowJuror: Fritz BriggsPre-registration deadline is Friday, November 13. On-site registration is Wednesday, November 18. Artists are invited to submit up to three entries completed within the last three years. (Oil, watercolor, acrylic, collage, mixed media, pastel, drawing, hand-pulled prints, photography and sculpture of size and weight easily handled)For more information, Read more →

Target Gallery – Calls for Entry

The Target Gallery currently has exhibition opportunities that you can submit to. 1. Pandora’s Box – Sculptural Show that examines the title’s themeDeadline for entries: October 5, 2009 Exhibition Dates: December 10 – January 10, 2010Description: This exhibition examines the theme of the title Pandora’s Box. Artists must create work based on this theme Read more →

FotoWeek Call For Entry

The fotoweek ddeadline is fast approaching: September 13, 2009. Accepted photographers receive an array of publicity and possible cash awards. Visit fotoweekdc.org for details. Read more →

More Calls to Artists

Fifth Annual Downtown Holiday MarketDeadline: September 10A juried high quality gifts and crafts market with increasing sales and customer attendance; For more information: www.diversemarkets.netOfrenda – Art for the DeadDeadline: Tuesday, September 22Create and show your personal altars, icons, shrines, and offerings (ofrendas). We are seeking 2- and 3-D artwork (any media), which fits the Read more →

Calls to Artists

Touch Me Here – Emotional Encounters with Our SoulDeadline: August 31, 2009Artists are invited to submit their interpretation of the theme “Touch Me Here”. The submissions featured in the Touch Me Here exhibit should represent special moments in time that reflect various stages of love (first love, lost love, love renewed). Each submission should Read more →

Calls to Artists

Call for Art: A Running CommentaryDeadline: Tuesday, September 01“A Running Commentary,” a Girls Gotta Run Foundation exhibit, will be held at the Friendship Heights Village Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in October 2009. Artists are invited to submit up to three works of art that represent the mission of GGRF in some way, such Read more →