See below for upcoming exhibits and other opportunities. You can click here to see recent posts. Good luck!
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” — Maya Angelou
10 Days Left! Tabletop Ceramics
Deadline: May 2. The Art League’s international juried ceramics exhibit is open to all artists. This year’s juror is Tony Clennell. More about Tabletop →
16″ × 16″
Install: May 4; reserve spots ahead of time. In this all-inclusive show, artists are invited to submit art limited to 16×16 inches! Each 16”x16” space in the show will have a $14 hanging fee. More about the exhibit →
Deadline: May 9. The NoMa Parks Foundation seeks an artist, artist team, designer or architect to create designs for four railroad underpasses in the NoMa neighborhood of Washington, DC. More about the competition →
Deadline: May 12. “Flesh & Bone” at Hillyer Art Space is a juried exhibition that examines contemporary figurative art. This is an all-media exhibition that invites artists — local and regional (within 150 miles of Washington, DC) — to submit work for consideration that includes the human figure as its subject. Juror: Judy Byron. More about the exhibit →
Del Ray Artisans
Receiving: June 1–2. “SUITES” at Del Ray Artisans is open to all area artists. The theme is SUITES: SUITES: Scandalous, Uproarious, Intriguing Titillating Entanglements & Seductions. This exhibit is a collaboration with the Little Theater of Alexandria in conjunction with their production of Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite. Read the call for entry (PDF) →
Deadline: June 6. Strange Bedfellows is organized by Washington Project for the Arts and will be located at VisArts at Rockville. This exhibit will explore intimacy in its various incarnations, approaching the topic from a variety of angles. The call is open to all artists regardless of media used or geographic location. Artists do not need to be WPA members and there is no submission fee. More about the exhibit →
Art studios & large woodshop available
The studios are 133, 266, and 600 square feet. The 1,234 square foot woodshop would be ideal for potters, glass blowers, wood workers, or sculptors; plus it has an additional 600 sf mezzanine. Spaces are in an artist-tenant building 2.5 miles from the Torpedo Factory. Two weeks free rent if you identify the Art League instructor who painted the mural in our main hall! Contact Liz Boynton: 703-759-4227, cell 703-638-8369, email@example.com.