CHICAGO FINE ART SALON PRESENTS QUEER HEARTS
In person show deadline: January 31st; virtual gallery deadline: end of February

Queer Hearts is a Valentine’s art show celebrating the beauty and diversity of queer love. Artists of all identities and expressions are invited to submit. This art show is an opportunity to showcase the beauty and diversity of love that exists within the LGBTQ+ community.  All artists are encouraged to apply to the in-person Queer Hearts juried exhibition, accepting applications until January 31st. The fee is $21 per piece, which includes automatic admission into the online gallery. The online gallery is an ongoing exhibition accepting all applications rolling admissions until the end of February. The application fee for the online gallery only is $11 per piece. Read more.


EXPRESSIONS WEST 2023
Deadline to Submit: January 31

This exhibit is open to artists residing in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.  Artists are able to provide up to three submissions with the exhibit on display April 14-June 23, 2023 at the Coos Art Museum (235 Anderson Ave, Coos Bay, OR 97420). Read more.


PUBLIC ART FOR UNIVERSITY OF OREGON’S EMU
Deadline to Submit: February 1

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), located in the heart of the University of Oregon’s Eugene campus, is commissioning artwork for an interior project with a budget of approximately $18,000. The EMU is open to variety of mediums such as mural, sculptural installment, stained glass, and other styles of artwork appropriate for the location. The new piece should welcome all members of our community to the EMU, and should also focus on the diverse and inclusive environment that the EMU fosters. Read more.


VERMONT STUDIO CENTER RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Deadline to Submit: February 15, 2023, midnight

Vermont Studio Center is pleased to invite applications for its residency program for artists and writers. Fellowships offer full funding and will be awarded to artists and writers with exceptional work. For this application period, VSC will award fellowships and invite residents to join us in 2023. All accepted residents will enjoy access to their renowned Visiting Artist & Writer Program, private accommodations, private studio space, and delicious fresh daily meals. You’ll join an inspired international creative community of artists and writers. Residency sessions in 2023 are approximately 2, 3, and 4-weeks. Each residency is an opportunity to create and connect in a supportive community where you can further develop your practice. Read more.


ZONE 4 ALL 
Deadline to Submit: Sunday, February 19, 8pm

The New Zone Arts Collective, a non-profit arts organization, with a gallery located at 110 E 11th Ave, hosts a past New Zone tradition “ZONE 4 ALL” (Spring Edition) March 3-31. The non-juried show is open to all artists with up to two 2-D piece(s), 36” and under in width, or 3-D work. 2-D artwork will need proper hanging wire to be accepted. A $15 entry fee per piece for work displayed and a 35% commission to New Zone for art sold. Cards and prints of displayed work are also accepted to sell.  Read more.


DREAMS EXHIBITION
Deadline to Submit: February 23, 11am-4pm

The OSLP Arts & Culture Gallery is accepting new art works for their new exhibit DREAMS, whether it be daydreams, night dreams, in between dreams or your dreams for the future. The show runs March 3rd- April 28th.  This is an exhibition of 2D and 3D artwork. All entries must be display ready. 2D pieces must have hanging wire attached. Up to 3 pieces may be submitted per artist. A 30% commission will be retained on all art work sold. Read more.


CELTIC ART SHOW
Deadline to Submit: March 4 or 5

The Rogue Gallery invites artists to submit one piece inspired by Celtic art and/or by Ireland. Bring in your piece Friday, March 4, 11 am to 5 pm or Saturday, March 5, 2023, 11 am to 3 pm. All styles and media are welcome. “Best in Show” will be chosen by a juror ($100 award) and gallery visitors will determine “People’s Choice” ($50 award). The exhibit will run March 10 – April 7, 2023. Read more.


ART ABOUT AGRICULTURE COMPETITION AND TOURING EXHIBITION 2023
Deadline to Submit: March 5, 11:59pm

For 40 years, the Art About Agriculture program at Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences has invited artists throughout the Pacific Northwest to creatively explore the uniquely diverse agricultural and natural resources of our region.  Art About Agriculture is seeking submissions of art for this year’s traveling exhibition that speaks to the breadth of agricultural and natural resource research, and its many varied and diverse perspectives across a wide range of artistic mediums. All artists who draw inspiration from agricultural and natural resource topics, and the people connected to them, are welcome to apply.  Read more.


MAUDE KERNS ART CENTER’S “NOT JUST: A WORLD COLLAGE DAY EXHIBIT”
Deadline to Submit: Friday, March 24

Maude Kerns Art Center, with Curators Beth I. Robinson and Michael James, is hosting an open call for local, regional, and national artists working in collage to celebrate World Collage Day. The exhibition is scheduled for May 12 – June 9, 2023. Initiated by Kolaj Magazine in 2018, World Collage Day (May 13th) is an annual international celebration of collage. Entries in 2D and 3D collage in all media will be considered, including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, digital, mixed media, sculpture, as well as any other forms of assemblage and material. This call is open to any artist working in collage. Artists may submit up to three pieces for consideration. Read more.


2023 EMERALD PRINT EXCHANGE 
Deadline to Register: May 31

For the sixth consecutive year, Whiteaker Printmakers and Print Arts Northwest are happy to announce the opening of the annual Emerald Print Exchange! In past years, the exchange has brought together printmakers from more than 30 countries, displaying an amazing range of techniques, subjects, and styles. The exchange is open to fine art printmakers around the world. Participation is limited to the first 200 registrants. In exchange for your edition of 12 prints, you receive 10 randomly selected original prints from other artists. This is a wonderful opportunity not only to expose your work to a wider printmaking community, but also to see — and even own! — original prints from other artists. WhitPrint and PAN will each retain 1 print from every edition, which will be used for raising awareness and funds for both non-profit organizations. The collections may be exhibited and made available for sale at venues in Eugene, Portland, and/or other nearby areas. The registration fee is still $35 for participants in the US and the international fee is $48.  Read more.


ONGOING


SURFACE GALLERY SEEKING NEW MEMBERS
Deadline to Apply: ongoing

The mission of SURFACE is to foster the development of socially, ecologically and financially sustainable careers in the arts through studios, gallery space, educational programming, and onsite childcare. A members gallery focused on sustainability is one way to fulfill the mission, and registration is open for new artist members! This opportunity is open to artists residing in Oregon at least 6 months of the year, and that are working with or working towards sustainable practices and sustainable materiality in their artwork.  Learn more here and apply here.


PROGRESSIVE STICKER ART NEEDED 
Deadline to Apply: Ongoing; submissions will be reviewed at the end of each month

GiveMore, a fundraising platform to help fundraisers find new donors, is seeking artists to create and submit original artwork to be printed on stickers. Members of the public can get one free sticker, or make a donation to receive more than one sticker and/or move to the front of the line, and artists will receive 10% of the funds raised for their stickers. Artwork should be progressive in nature and should be on topics such as Black Lives Matter, Environmental Justice, LGBTQ+, or other relevant movements. GiveMore hopes to feature the work of BIPOC and members of the LGBTQIA+ communities. See more


URBAN CANVAS
Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

This mural program through the City of Eugene provides opportunities for local artists to create public murals by connecting artists and wall owners and serving as a liaison for the process. Urban Canvas is looking for both artists and wall owners who want to participate. Read more


MCKENZIE RESTAURANT GALLERY
Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

Display and sell your work at McKenzie General Store! Email for more information at info@mckenziegeneral.com.


ARTISTS SUNDAY DIRECTORY
Deadline to Apply: Ongoing

All professional artists and craftsmen are invited to join Artists Sunday, the free nationwide promotional event encouraging consumers to shop with artists. It’s like Black Friday, but for art, the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Participation is free and we are partnering in the effort. Artist participants receive a comprehensive marketing toolkit to generate buzz and awareness. Join individual artists and supportive organizations across the country in this unique and powerful promotion. Read more


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