There are many organizations in the Tualatin Valley looking for local artists to promote! Check out a few of the Calls-To-Artists that are currently seeking artists for their events:
Fringe, odd, pretty, decorative, hard-edged, tight, comical, luscious squares of art. Don’t miss this first annual pop-up art show featuring the works of Washington and Yamhill county creators.
Deadline: October 1st
Deadline: October 6th
The quick draw is an en plein air event, in which artists will create a finished work in two hours outdoors “in the open air” in Beaverton. There is no cost for artists to participate and the first 20 artists to pre-register will receive a swag bag at the event. The quick draw will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6 between 10 am and 12 pm. The public is invited to tour three locations and watch the art in progress. The locations include the library lawn, City Park and Farmers Market.
Judging will take place the same afternoon. Winners will receive cash prizes for Best in Show ($500), Honorable Mention ($300) and People’s Choice ($200). Art from the quick draw will be on display and for sale on Oct. 6 and 7 at the BAM! art show.
Deadline: Pre-registration is recommended but not required. To pre-register and to view the full BAM! schedule, visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov/BAM.
Starting October 1, 2018, the Walters Cultural Arts Center (527 E. Main St., Hillsboro) is seeking artists and groups for its 2019-2020 gallery season. The Walters Gallery seeks to display original fine art that is engaging to a broad public audience of all ages (including young children) and suitable for display in a multi-function space that also hosts workshops, readings, weddings, meetings, and other private and public events. The Walters Gallery strives to represent a diverse selection of both emerging and established voices and perspectives in the arts community.
Deadline: December 1st
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