The West Hartford Art League is accepting entries for ‘Celebrating Diversity’ as well as the ‘Holiday Small Works’ exhibits.
The West Hartford Art League is accepting entries for an exhibit in January celebrating Martin Luther King and Black History month. “Celebrating Diversity” is an open call for all artists of color.
Work for the exhibit will be selected by Stanwyck Cromwell, a Guyanese-born, second generation visual artist and former Adjunct Art professor at Capital Community College, in Hartford, CT. Cromwell has spent the vast majority of his adult life in the United States of America and currently resides in Bloomfield, CT.
A $500 cash award for “Best of Show” will also be awarded.
Show dates are Jan. 12 through Feb. 26, 2023. There is no fee to enter work. Up to three works of art may be entered, with a limit of two acceptances.
Interested artists can register online at westhartfordart.org/call-for-
Please call 860-231-8019 if you have questions.
2022 Holiday Small Works Exhibit
The West Hartford Art League is accepting applications through noon on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022 for the 2022 Holiday Small Works Exhibit. The exhibit will take place from Nov. 17 through Dec. 18, 2022.
This exhibit is open to all artists, but work must have been created during the last two calendar years and not previously exhibited in a WHAL exhibit.
Work must be suitably wired for hanging. Wrapped canvases are acceptable. Framed dimensions may not exceed 12 inches on longest side.
Work on paper must be under glass or Plexiglas.
To apply, complete this form, sign and upload your images by the deadline. There will be no late entries accepted.
For more information about these and other upcoming activities, visit the West Hartford Art League website.
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