There are many calls for artists in Central Washington, statewide and nationally.

Readiness and Resilience: Kickoff Presentation with CERF+ / Workshop
Wednesday, June 16, 2-3 p.m.
Free with RSVP (registration closes at 10 a.m. the day of the event)

Artist Trust is partnering with CERF+ and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to bring you Readiness and Resilience, a five-part program series centered on the resiliency and preparedness of artists in the face of adversity. Shaped in partnership with working artists across Washington state, they will cover a range of topics including being ready for unexpected change, assessing risk in your practice, and building resilience through building community.

In this kickoff presentation, CERF+ Director of Education & Outreach Carrie Cleveland will do an overview of CERF+, their tools and resources to help artists prepare for natural and personal disasters.

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10x10xTieton

A juried exhibition, Tieton Arts & Humanities invites artists to submit work that is no larger than 10 inches by 10 inches by 10 inches. Works can be of any media or process from photo, painting, printmaking, book arts, video, ceramic, glass, metal, wood, and more. 10x10x10xTieton exhibits around 175 small works from around the globe each year, creating one of the most diverse shows in the Yakima Valley. Artists who’s work is accepted receive a handmade catalog created by Lucia | Marquand showcasing the exhibition’s artwork. The exhibition is hosted at the Mighty Tieton Warehouse and is open to the public from noon to 3pm on Fridays, and 11am to 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays.  MORE INFO
ENTRY DEADLINE: 6/10/21

 

Call for Artwork: 16th Annual IN THE SPIRIT Exhibition

In the Spirit, celebrating its 16th year, offers an opportunity for contemporary Native artists to display their work at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma from July 15 through August 29, 2021.  Accepted artwork will also be eligible for awards and monetary prizes including Best of Show, Honoring the Northwest, Honoring Tradition, Honoring Innovation, and the People’s Choice awards.

To accompany the arts exhibition, the Museum will host a native arts market and festival in August with the Tacoma Art Museum and Museum of Glass. We will be determining if the festival and arts market will take place in person or be hosted virtually again this year, so stay tuned!

Celebrate In the Spirit’s 16th year and submit your own artwork and pass the attached application along to someone else who might also be interested.  Applications will be accepted online now through May 7, 2021.  You can find the application guidelines attached to this email or by going online to https://www.washingtonhistory.org/exhibit/in-the-spirit-contemporary-native-arts-2021/.  Applications can be submitted online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/InTheSpirit2021. We would be thrilled if you could share the application with any artists you think might be interested!

If you have any questions about the application process or In the Spirit exhibition or festival, please contact me at molly.wilmoth@wshs.wa.gov.

 

 

Larson Gallery Online Artist Registry

Join the Larson Gallery’s community of artists and be featured in their artist registry. $15 application fee. Once our team reviews the application they will add you to our database of artists! MORE INFO

DEADLINE: Ongoing

 

Cowiche Canyon Conservancy Annual Exhibit

Cowiche Canyon Conservancy and BOXX Gallery are pleased to accept art for their Fifth Annual Collaboration at BOXX Gallery. “Images of the Shrub-Steppe” will be juried by Carolyn Nelson and held August 7- 28, 2021.

Submissions to be postmarked by July 9th.
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Here is a short list of our favorite resources:

Artist Trust

Callforentry.org

New York Foundation for the Arts

Larson Gallery

 

Happy art making!