ARTIST CALL: No Closets!

Entries are now being accepted for the show, “No Closets!,” a group show of work by LGBTQ artists. The show will open in June – in conjunction with Pride Month, and the Burien Pride event on June 6th – and will run through the end of July.

Artists may create new work for the show, but it is not expected. The purpose of the show is to feature a wide range of works by artists who fall within the spectrum of LGBTQ identities. The work does not need to be explicitly or implicitly ABOUT sexual or gender identity, but participants in the show must identifiy as members of the LQBTQ community.

Work may be in any medium, 2-dimensional or 3 and any size – however, exceptionally large pieces are discouraged so that we will able to feature a larger number of artists. Artists may submit multiple pieces for consideration, but we may not be able to accommodate multiple works by single artists.

Submissions can be made by filling out the form below and uploading 2-5 photos of relevant work to the link below, or by providing links to photos of work online.

Upload files here. Before uploading, create a folder with your name to post the files into, or upload a single compressed file with your name.

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ARTIST CALL: Icons

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Entries are now being accepted for the show, “ICONS: Contemporary Artists Speak Through the Idiom of Religious Iconography,” which will be on display in the gallery during the month of December, 2016.

We do not expect artists to create new work for this show; we are looking to connect with artists with existing work that fits the theme. The work does not necessarily have to be religious thematically, but must have some visual reference to religious works. Political and commemorative works are particularly encouraged.

The word iconography comes from the Greek εἰκών (“image”) and γράφειν (“to write”). A secondary meaning (based on a non-standard translation of the Greek and Russian equivalent terms) is the production of religious images, called “icons”, in the Byzantine and Orthodox Christian tradition; see Icon.

Submissions can be made by filling out the form below and uploading 2-5 photos of relevant work to the link below, or by providing links to photos of work online.

Upload files here. Before uploading, create a folder with your name to post the files into, or upload a single compressed file with your name.

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