Entries sought for "Ag in Art"

February 27 – March 15, 2024 @ Fischman Gallery

The Appalachian Resource Conservation & Development Council announces a call for entries for “Ag in Art,” a regional juried exhibition at Fischman Gallery in Johnson City, Tennessee. Artists are encouraged to submit work related to farming, gardening, farmers markets, food access, generational farming, land conservation, food systems, growing and harvesting food and goods, food justiceand other related topics. The Juror will be Heather F. Wetzel, Galleries and Collections Manager for Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Submission deadline is March 15. Exhibition dates areFriday, May 3 through Friday, May 31.

Artists can submit a work in any medium that speaks to or reflects a connection with agriculture. For example, works can feature imagery that connects to agriculture or be made of locally sourced or repurposed materials. In the submission form, artists will be asked to pick a word from a list of concepts that reflect the work, vision, and mission of ARCD. Artists may use these words as prompts for creating a new piece of art or describe how an existing piece fits into the Ag In Art theme.

Artists must be aged 16+ and reside in the counties directly served by ARCD. See the full Call for Artists page for location details. Artists can submit up to three pieces for consideration per $25 entry fee. Cash prizes are awarded for the winners selected by the Juror and a People's Choice award selected during the exhibition.

For full details and a link to the application page, visithttps://arcd.org/ag-in-art-2024-juried-exhibition

Category: Call for Entries