EXHIBITION & OPPORTUNITIES IN THE BAY AREA AND BEYOND
Women Artists Making Their Mark
What O’Hanlon Center for the Arts is committed to amplifying the creative vision of today's women artists across the globe helping to bring more gender equity to the world of art. This 13th year we continue to extend our reach around the globe by hosting the show in an ONLINE format; we invite a warm welcome to all artists who identify as female and encourage them to submit to this popular show.
Juror Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray of Seager Gray Gallery
Where O'Hanlon Center for the Arts, 616 Throckmorton Ave. Mill Valley
When Aug 10 - Oct 1
Deadline Jul 23
What This is a call for most eccentric, outrageous work. We invite work that is pushing boundaries. When nature’s true forces get unleashed there is no hiding: tornadoes, heatwaves, rain deluges, fires, floods, earthquakes. What is the value of human intervention when we think of atomic warfare, depletion, extinction, poisoning, pollution, virtual omnipotence, data extraction, big brother control? Let your brain, your guts, your heart speak through your deepest artistic expression. Be bold and go
beyond your personal safety and boundaries. Bring your work on The Edge of the Abyss!
Jurors Robin Dintiman, Holly Downing, Catherine Devriese
Where Sebastopol Center for the Arts, 282 S. High Street, Sebastopol, CA
When Oct 23 - Nov 28
Deadline Aug 8
What We are all just bundles of vices, collections of actions that aren't necessarily good for us, that have the potential to hurt our bodies or minds, our relationships, our financial or work prospects; things that feel good in the moment, but are maybe not so good for our futures.
We are seeking works that depict vices in all their wicked glory. It can be your own secret vice or something you’ve observed. Examples include drinking alcohol, smoking, gambling, prostitution, promiscuity, shoplifting, taking drugs for pleasure, over-indulgence in rich foods, driving over the speed limit, receiving kickbacks or bribes, failing to recycle, blackmailing, or cheating. We await your interpretations from humorous to moralistic to sleazy.
Juror Philip Bewley
Where Arc Gallery, 1246 Folsom St, San Francisco
When Nov 20 - Dec 18
Deadline Sept 13
FPG 2nd Annual International Print Exhibition
What The Fresno Printmakers Guild is a printmaking group out of Fresno, California whose purpose is to advance the art of fine printmaking through the study and practice of printmaking arts and to provide public education and public showings of the works of its members and others. This is the 2nd open call international juried show for the FPG.
Juror Dan Heskamp, Martin Langford, Julie North
Where Kings Art Center, 605 N Douty St, Hanford, CA
When Sept 1 - Nov 1
Deadline Aug 8