National Juried Visual Art Exhibition: “Admiration”

Call for entry
San Antonio Visual Artists is opening a call for entry to all US residents, for artists with original visual artwork.  The deadline for submissions is September 15, 2008, and juried results will be announced that week.  The art gala reception will be October 18th at the Governor’s Palace, in downtown San Antonio, TX, and the work will be on exhibit through November 21st at the San Antonio Visual Arts Exhibition Studio.  Exhibit awards will be presented by former San Antonio mayor and avid arts patron,  Lila Cockrell.

SAVA:  San Antonio Visual Artists (SAVA) was created with the purpose
of enriching the cultural life of San Antonio by spotlighting San
Antonio artists and their works. This non-profit art organization works
with local artists to encourage both art education and opportunities in
art outreach and professional exhibition venues.

Eligibility:  Open to all US visual artists that have 2D or 3D gallery-ready artwork.

Entry Fees:  $35 for up to 3 entries, $10 for each additional entry, with a maximum of 5 entries.

Entry Deadline: Digital images (no slides) due by Sept. 15, 2008.
Notification of Acceptance: by September 19, 2008 (by email or mail)
Accepted Art Received: must be received by no later than October 10, 2008.

For entry guidelines, prospectus and more details, email or call 210.807.0645.

All entry submissions should be mailed to:
SAVA, c/o Suchil Coffman, Curator
25810 Mahogony Trail
San Antonio, TX 78255

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2 comments to National Juried Visual Art Exhibition: “Admiration”

  • This sounds like a good show for a good cause. I have entered and been juried into several national shows and always feel good about it. It would seem that having those show on your resume would be a good, possibly essential thing, especially for an emerging artist. What are other artist’s take on entering shows? Has being juried into shows benefited their art career and in what way? Which shows are viewed to be prestigious enough to have an impact on a career? Just curious?

  • the 25 dollar entry fee is how many juried shows pay for themselves … this fee may seem small to begin with , but it opens the door for the artist to feel comfortable about paying to show their work … be careful perceptually to the concept of ‘ give me your beautiful work & now pay me for it ‘ …