Calls for Art

We currently do not have any open calls for art at this time.

Artspace’s gallery spaces are fully accessible and we strive to make the submission process accessible for artists as well. We encourage anyone to submit for our open calls for art. If you need any additional information or  accommodations in order to enter a call for art please contact Director of Artistic Programs, Annah Lee at 919.821.2787 or alee@artspacenc.org.

Calls

Galleries 1 + 2

Galleries 1 + 2 feature solo and group exhibitions from emerging and established artists. All media welcome and professional artists throughout the US and internationally are encouraged to apply. Exhibitions typically run for 6-8 weeks with an opening reception being held during First Friday Gallery Walks. Many exhibitions include an artist’s talk or demonstration. Exhibitions are free and open to the public. All exhibitions are supported through press, insurance coverage, and small stipends to support the work of artists. Artspace creates an essay and brochure for each exhibition. While Artspace emphasizes the educational aspect of the exhibitions, works of art may be for sale. Artspace takes a commission of 40% on works sold in our galleries.

Gallery 1 // detail of exhibition The Time Becoming featuring work by artist Alicia Eggert

Gallery 2 // detail of exhibition Dark Days featuring work by artist Andrew Kozlowski

Fine Contemporary Craft

A biennial juried exhibition of new works in craft from across the country. Eligible media include functional or sculptural works in the following: basketry, ceramics, fiber, furniture (any media), glass, jewelry, metal, mixed media, handmade paper and wood. Entries are also juried for cash prizes. 

Robert Lewis-Nash, Banana Field, detail

FRESH

A biennial exhibition of new works by NC Artists. Call for work is in spring. The concept of the show is to demystify the process about what goes into the making of an exhibition and to provide all NC artists an opportunity to show their work.

detail of past FRESH exhibition