Enter the 2013 National Fine Art Show taking place in Louisville, CO and hosted by the Louisville Art Association. The Fine Art Show is one of the premier art shows in the area and is held at the Louisville Center for the Arts building, an old Victorian, completely renovated, turn of the century (circa 1904), red brick school house.
Louisville is between Denver and Boulder, 40 minutes from the mountains, and has been voted the best small town in America by Money Magazine. Our Fine Art Show coincides with the community’s Fall Festival. So Come and join in the fun.
Opening Reception is Saturday, August 31, 2013 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm and continues thru Sunday, September 8th, closing at 4:00 pm.
Please visit our website: www.louisvilleart.org/ for further events and information.
To download prospectus: http://www.louisvilleart.org/docs/2013/LAAfineartshow2013.pdf
*Dates and Times:
August 31 - Sept. 8th, 2013
Hours: Sat August 31, "Opening Reception", 6-9 pm
Sun, Sept 1 and Mon, Labor Day, 10-4 pm
Tues, Sept 3 thru Thurs. Sept 5, 4 - 7 pm
Fri, Sept 6 - Cheese and Wine Reception, 4-8 pm (Free and open to public)
Sat, Sept 7 - "Artist Demos" every half hour from 10-4 pm
Sun, Sept 8, closing 4:00 pm
801 Grant Ave.
Louisville, CO 80027
The Western Art Festival, scheduled for Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 at Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum, is seeking entries for a juried art show. The art show is part of Wild West Days that features a two-day festival with activities, food and historical demonstrations and the Wild West Charity Bike Ride on Saturday, June 1. The events are part of the year-long celebration of the Banning Centennial in collaboration with the Gilman Ranch and the Banning Playhouse Bowl.
The art contest is open to artists 18 years and older residing in California. Artwork of oil, watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, ink charcoal, pastels and photographs, must be original art produced in the past three years. Maximum dimensions for two dimensional artwork, including frame is 5 feet by 5 feet; maximum weight 45 pounds. Artwork must by dry and properly prepared with wire for hanging. Watercolors, pastels, charcoal, pencil, pen, ink, and photography must be covered with glass or Plexiglas and framed. Entry fee is $20 for one entry and $15 for each additional entry with three entries maximum per artist. First place award is $500; second place $400; third place $300. Seven entries will receive honorable mention.
The Western Art Festival will feature original work by notable Californian artists and illustrators, including Carolyne Hawley and Keith Batcheller. All art festival entries will be on display with some of the art available for purchase. Twenty percent of art sales will be donated to the Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum.
Western Art Festival Schedule for Submitting Entries
May 10, 11, & 17
Art submission from 12 – 4 pm at Gilman Ranch Wagon Museum
Artist acceptance or non-acceptance notification via email
Non-accepted art pick-up from 12 – 4 pm
Artist Reception and Awards Ceremony for Jury selected artists
June 1 & 2
Wild West Days, Western Art Festival and Wild West Charity Bike Ride
Artists pick up sold artwork checks and /or remaining artwork 12-4pm
June 3 – 28
Jury selected winning art displayed at Banning Center for the Arts Gallery, 41 S. San Gorgonio Street, Banning
Artists pick up sold artwork checks and/or remaining artwork at Gallery
For more information contact:
The Banning Centennial commemorates the 100th birthday of the City of Banning, located in the San Gorgonio Pass, California.
The celebration will take place throughout 2013.
For more information about the Western Art Festival,
Wild West Days, the Wild West Charity Bike Ride and other Banning Centennial events, access the Centennial Website at
The Arts Colony of Heritage Park in Corona invites all Southern California artists
to enter up to three pieces of art in the “Spring Botanical Show”, an open, juried
and judged art show. You may paint to theme if you wish. Show runs from May
18th. through July 6th., 2013.
The show is open to members and non-members and is open to a variety of media.
We will be taking in art work on Tuesday May 7th & Wednesday May 8th.
from 2-8 p.m. each day.
For more informa
The Riverside ReStore Artist Showcase has extended the artist application deadline until April 22, 2013!
We will be hosting an Info Session in Habitat’s Community Room on Saturday, April 13th from 11am-1pm if anyone would like to stop by and pickup or submit an application in person, learn more about the showcase or get questions answered. The meeting will be held at Habitat Riverside’s ReStore is located at 2180 Iowa Ave. Riverside Ca 92507, light refreshments will be provided. The artist application is attached; please forward this email to anyone who may be interested.
Take part in an all-ages-friendly art show that’s open to everyone that comes to the Inland Empire Spring Festival and Barbecue Kickoff. All attendees and participants can see and purchase your work. Anyone can register to display their work. Bring your best. Enter it in one of these categories: Ceramics, Comics (digital or hand-inked), Digital Art, Drawing, Fiber, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, and Tattoo (photo of your work).
Please visit http://tinyurl.com/iesfbkartshow for more information
Riverside Prom is looking for artists for a Fairy Tale, Bedtime Stories and Urban Legend themed art show at Back to the Grind which takes place on May 2rd as a part of the Riverside Artwalk. Artist will also receive VIP tickets to the event Riverside Prom for Saturday May 11th.
Subjects matter can included but not limited to:
All trolls, princes, princess brides, blue, red, and yellow fairies, witches, warlocks, riding hoods, dragons, dwarves, porridge thieves, rock biters, evil step mothers, hatters, charmings, mermaids, chupacabras, one-handed camp counselor/murderers, monsters from under the bed, tornado riders, tuffet sitters, tin men, las lloronas, arrow-flinging elves, giant killers, big bad wolves, bloody Marys, bogeymen, los cucuys, emperors in new clothes, gingerbread men, monsters, sleeping beauties, humpties and dumpties, crickets, lost boys, rabbit chasers and dread pirates in search of true love.
Artwork take- in is April 27th - 28th at Back to the Grind in Riverside
Email us for more details or questions at email@example.com
California Fine Art,
the juried art show of the California State Fair invites California residents 18 years of age and older to enter. All artworks must have been completed in the past two years.
Entry Deadline - Friday, April 26, 2013
Entry Fee - $20 per artwork
For requirements and on-line entry go to
then scroll down to “California Fine Art” and follow the links
Entry divisions: Painting (all media); Other 2-D Artworks (drawing, pastels, collage, printmaking, etc.); 3-D Artworks (sculpture, assemblage, ceramics, glass, jewelry, fiber, textiles, wood); Digital Art; Photography
Plein air painters are also invited to enter the on-site Plein Air at the Fair contest to be held on-site at the California State Fair July 20th and 21st. Entry fee is $10 per artwork with a maximum of 3 per artist.
Five Juror’s Awards at $700 each
20 Awards of Excellence at $250 each
155 Awards of Merit at $50 each
Additional Special Awards of $50 to $100 cash or gift certificates are donated by businesses and arts organizations.
The 2013 Jurors will be announced on our web site
For Information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-263-3161
The Salvation Army is hosting an event March 30th, "Celebrate" for the Moreno Valley community, everything is FREE.
FREE booths available March 30th 8-2pm. The event starts at 10am (no sales).
Looking for performers of all ages. Performers/bands send a video or demo.
For a booth, please send email for vendor info.
Send to MDCLEAVELAND@hotmail.com
OR FB JulieAnn Stewart-Cleaveland
Video is for the Director, he must approve all performances.
GOSPEL and Spanish are welcomed too. (Non paying gig).
Also, March 29th. a smaller venue, but it is a great event for the kids.
Currently accepting immediate submissions of art for our MUSE literary magazine for the guts and cover of this spring's literary publication. We would especially love to feature work of local artists.
CHOOSING THE ARTWORK THE 2ND WEEK OF MARCH!!
- color images only on cover
- black & white line art, half-tones & photo art for center pages
To be considered for publication, please send a clear picture text to Susan Parker:
or high resolution electronic file (.jpeg, .gif, etc.) to:
BY MONDAY MARCH 11TH!!!