Our American Soul Juried Art Show (Arlington, Virginia) – Call For Artists
[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] Gallery Underground announces a call for artists for Our American Soul, a juried art show.
What makes us American? What gives our country its soul? When the words are combined, does it evoke a person, place, feeling, or all the above? How does your artwork showcase the essence of Our American Soul?
Enter by: 18 January 2024
This call is open to all artists residing in the United States, and is applicable for all mediums including any form of 2D or 3D work.
The exhibition will be juried by Robert Yi. Robert currently serves as the Assistant Director, Senior Graduate and Undergraduate Academic Advisor, and Interim Director of Painting and Drawing at George Mason University’s School of Art in Fairfax, Virginia.
There will be $500 in cash prizes awarded to winners. The Our American Soul national juried show will open with a popular First Friday reception, which can draw over 200 people. There will be live music and light fare to enjoy while viewing artwork.
“As a participating artist, I truly value the personal touch, friendliness and courtesy demonstrated by the Gallery Underground team. They answered questions, gave guidance and created a welcoming and vibrant atmosphere when exhibiting my artwork.”
About Gallery Underground
Gallery Underground is a nonprofit juried art gallery in Arlington, Virginia, run by the Arlington Artists Alliance. It is an exciting gathering place for artists and the greater local community. The gallery makes 2D and 3D art accessible and promotes the works of all levels of artists. The gallery features the artwork of 30+ established and emerging regional artists representing many mediums including painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, ceramics, and mixed media. They are located in the heart of National Landing, which is made up of three thriving neighborhoods, Crystal City, Pentagon City, and Potomac Yard. National Landing is located at the center of the Washington, DC, region and a few blocks away from the Crystal City Metro station. The gallery is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible.
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