Call to Artists

This group facilitates all the "Call to Artists" for submissions posted by THE SLICE from various organizations, galleries, art fairs ,etc... These may include calls from in and out of the Orlando area.

Members: 432
Latest Activity: Oct 14

Submit your Artist Calls to the Downtown Arts District

Please post your "Call to Artists" yourself by clicking "Start Discussion" forum below -- you may also attach additional documents to your post such as registration information, maps, etc...

You are responsible for the information posted and should provided details for artists to contact you and direct them to additional information and assistance if required.

Discussion Forum

HIDDEN GEM – Casselberry in December

Entries due by October 19,…Continue

Tags: organization, club, watercolor

Started by Karen Bowden Oct 14.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Seventh Annual Dia de los Muertos & Monster Factory

Call for Artists Exhibition Title: Seventh Annual Dia de los Muertos & Monster FactorySubject Matter: “The Seventh Annual Dia de los Muertos/Monster Factory” is accepting art in either the Dia de…Continue

Started by Kelsey Nolan Sep 23.

Solo Exhibition Leesburg, FL

The Kristin Michelle Mason Gallery is seeking a proposal for solo or small group show for the end of September 2016. The gallery resides in Beacon College’s Art Center located in downtown Leesburg,…Continue

Tags: group, show, exhibition, solo, to

Started by Dustin Boise Sep 9.

Call For Artists: Fundraiser for Pulse NIghtclub 1 Reply

This will be a fundraising show for the victims of the Pulse tragedy and their families as well as the employees of Pulse. The theme for the show is Unity, Love, Peace, Equality, etc... Your pieces…Continue

Tags: unity, peace, love, equality, creativity

Started by Jason L Lee. Last reply by Jason L Lee Aug 3.


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