CALL FOR ARTISTS
What it Means to be Together - An Online Exhibition - Open to ALL Artists
Information for video submissions will be available June 3, 2020. Sorry for the delay!
Vacaville Art Gallery is sponsoring “What it Means to be Together” an online exhibition beginning June 9, 2020
Digital images of physical artwork of any medium, digital art, photos, written word (short stories, essays, prose and poetry) along with short videos are welcome. Membership is not necessary to enter. Artists from all locations welcome. Donations are not required but would be greatly appreciated and can be made by check to Vacaville Art Gallery 718 E Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville, CA 95688 or via paypal to email@example.com A three dollar per entry fee is suggested but again is not necessary to participate. You may enter as many times as you wish though the gallery may limit the number of images displayed by each artist if necessary.
Please remember the exhibition will be visible to all and the Gallery reserves the right to reject entries.
Entries may be emailed to - firstname.lastname@example.org . High resolution graphics are requested. The gallery will resize appropriately for viewing on the web. Written word is appreciated in .pdf format. A form for submitting short videos will be available on our website June 1. Entries appreciated by June 5 though we may continue to add to the exhibition after this date.
We will need the following information along with your work:
Name of work:
Medium if applicable:
Dimensions if applicable:
Price if for sale:
Artist Contact Info:
Do you wish to have your contact information available on the Gallery’s website/Facebook/Instagram?
Share your thoughts regarding this piece of work:
Your Website / Instagram / Facebook addresses if applicable
If you need assistance submitting work please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or leave a message at 707-592-3710 and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
We may not be able to be together but we CAN communicate and inspire during these interesting times. Let’s make this exhibition encouraging, engaging and memorable! Looking forward to seeing you online . . .
Barb Musial, Gallery Manager, Vacaville Art Gallery