Call for Art

CALL FOR ART: Exhibit Opportunities

Please use our easy online process – using the hyperlinks below — to submit artwork for consideration toward a specific upcoming exhibit at one of our three exhibit locations. Thank you for participating!


1. ARTSPACE EXHIBITS

We are currently accepting submissions for consideration for these ArtSpace exhibits:

Call for Art – September 2017: “Encaustic” – Deadline is August 23, 2017, 5:00pm

Call for Art – Fall Photography & Sculpture Exhibit – Deadline is August 25, 2017, 5:00pm

Call for Art – October 2017: Alcohol Ink – Deadline is September 20, 2017, 5:00pm

Call for Art – November 2017: “Birth-Death-Life” – Deadline is October 18, 2017, 5:00pm

2. TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY ROUND ROCK CAMPUS EXHIBITS

Round Rock Arts produces three large juried exhibitions each year at this partnering location.

      • The Annual Big Show, Summer 2017
      • The Annual Fall Photography & Sculpture Show
      • Imagine, Winter/Spring 2018

2. RECENT/CLOSED CALLS FOR ART: 

Call for Art- June 2017: Reuse-Recycle-Reduce  (CLOSED)

Call for Art – July 2017 Call: The Little Show (CLOSED)

Call for Art – August 2017: Artists Interpret “Blue” (CLOSED)


For Wrapped Canvas and Traditional Framed Art Submits:

Do You Have Questions About Our Framing Requirements Listed in Our Call for Art? If so, please read and view the below.

Each Call for Art describes the framing requirements for 2D works submitted for a show. What may not be as clear is the type of wiring and placement of such wiring that is required for our shows for wrapped canvas artwork and other traditional framed artwork.

One video below addresses wrapped canvas works, and the other traditional framed art. It is important to wire your work properly so that we can ensure being able to hang your artwork in our exhibit and using our gallery hanging system. Additionally, for the safety of your piece, we offer our wiring guidelines.

Please review the links below. If the work you submit cannot be hung safely (e.g, strong enough wire and secure hooks and frames that are in quality condition) or neatly (e.g., work falls forward away from the wall), it may be denied.

Questions? Contact us at roundrockarts@gmail.com

Preferred hanging method for pictures in a wood or traditional frame:

Preferred hanging method for wrapped canvas work: