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Southern Gothic: Embracing the Horrors of Florida June Call to Art

Southern Gothic: Embracing the Horrors of Florida June Call to Art Flyer

Open to All Florida Based Artists aged 18 and above without an established record in professional art institutions.
All Mediums Considered.
Free to Submit.
Email Submissions to: floridaartsubmit@gmail.com

Deadline: 

Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Florida Emerging Art’s June Call theme is “Southern Gothic: Embracing the Horrors of Florida”.

The gallery provides a virtual space for emerging artists and this month is curated by Cari Beattie @caribeattie

Visually, Southern Gothic is known for using Victorian homes and open expanses of farm life to depict our macabre human history. Many forms of media have been directly influenced by Florida’s unique environment, from the deep alligator-infested swamps, Spanish moss-soaked trees, and temperamental weather.

Call Summary: All artistic mediums are considered. We encourage artists without a record in established institutions to contribute.

Project Description: The June exhibition, “Southern Gothic: Embracing the Horrors of Florida” calls for artists to submit original works encompassing the natural landscape and architecture of Southern Gothic Florida.

Art Location Description: Digital Gallery.

Budget: This call is entirely free to submit.

Artist Eligibility: Open to Florida artists aged 18 and above without an established record in professional art institutions. Artwork sales should not constitute more than 25% of the artist’s yearly income.

Application Requirements: Submit a 1080 x 1080 digital image in JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF, ICO, BMP, or TIFF format to floridaartsubmit@gmail.com

Deadline: Applications must be received by April 28, 2024 11:00PM EST.

Selection Process: Artists will be selected through a comprehensive review process, ensuring the exhibition relates to the theme and has artistic merit and conceptual depth.

Contact Information: For inquiries or further information, please reach out via DM or email.

*image used in this post created by Exhibition Curator: Cari Beattie

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