St. Louis Artists’ Guild (MO), National Call for Entries: Endangered
Deadline: June 9th, 2019, 11:59pm CST
From their call: The seemingly out of control human impact on our times has left us with a feeling that life as we know it is endangered. We are interested in how you interpret these themes, ranging from our environmental impact to threats on the planet, civilization, and progress. For this exhibition, the St. Louis Artists’ Guild is looking for works in all media, including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, mix-media, digital art, video art, and installation art that explores the increasing sense of peril of our planet.
Commissions: Sales are encouraged. The St. Louis Artists’ Guild retains a 35% commission on all works sold from this exhibition.
Awards: Cash prizes totaling $1000. will be awarded by the juror.
Juror: Olivia Lahs-Gonzales is director of the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis where she curates exhibitions, directs educational programs, and fundraises for six gallery spaces devoted to photography, architecture, jazz history, St. Louis artists and collections, and children’s art
Exhibition Dates: August 9th – September 7th, 2019
Website link for more detailed information and to apply: https://www.stlouisartistsguild.org/endangered
About: The St. Louis Artists’ Guild inspires art experiences through extraordinary exhibitions, interactive art education, outreach to diverse audiences, and by fostering creativity throughout the community. Since 1886, we’ve proudly served the community and our members including emerging artists, commercial artists, architects, photographers, artisans, art educators, art enthusiasts, and professional collectors. At the core of the STLAG’s mission is the exhibition program, a tradition for 131 years. The STLAG provides exhibition opportunities in exceptional gallery space for juried, solo, and small group shows. The galleries serve both artists and art appreciators by providing opportunities to display their work while achieving our mission of raising awareness of artistic expression. The galleries are free and open to the public.