Current Call for Art: Paper, Prints, Collage, and Books Exhibit 'Pulp Fiction'

Now accepting submissions for the WCFA Paper, Prints, Collage & Books Exhibit, ‘Pulp Fiction’.  Deadline to apply is February 17, 2023

GENERAL INFO: WFCA is seeking original works for our upcoming Pulp Fiction Juried Exhibit, which will run from March 4  – April 22, 2023. The WCFA invites artists to submit works on paper in two or three dimensions, with an emphasis on three-dimensional art constructed with paper. We invite artists to showcase their interpretation, reflection, and expression of their personal art journey. The exhibit is open to all original works on paper, altered paper, hand-pulled prints, and artist books. No photographic, digital, electronic processes or computer art will be accepted. The exhibit will be juried by Carol Strause FitzSimonds. We look forward to seeing you and your artwork!

Questions? Contact [email protected]  Or call 401-737-0010 during business hours Wed – Sat, 11am to 3pm or leave a message and will return your call when we are back in the office. Emails are checked more frequently.

Pulp Fiction: Paper, Prints, Collage & Books

Warwick Center for the Arts | March-April 2023

Entry Deadline: Feb. 17, 2023

WFCA is seeking original works for our upcoming Pulp Fiction Juried Exhibit, which will run from March 4 – April 22, 2023. The WCFA invites artists to submit works on paper in two or three dimensions, with an emphasis on three-dimensional art constructed with paper. We invite artists to showcase their interpretation, reflection, and expression of their personal art journey. The exhibit is open to all original works on paper, altered paper, hand-pulled prints, and artist books. No photographic, digital, electronic processes or computer art will be accepted. The exhibit will be juried by Carol Strause FitzSimonds.

ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS: Works must be original and completed during the last 24 months; previously submitted works will not be accepted.

PLEASE REVIEW EXHIBIT GUIDELINES ON OUR CALL FOR ART PAGE

ENTRY FEES: WCFA Members: $15 for one image; $35 for up to 3 images (2 or 3 images).
Non-Members: $20 for one image; $40 for up to 3 images (2 or 3 images)

SUBMISSION: Fill out THIS ENTRY FORM. Visit the Call for Art page on our WCFA website for more details. Artists may submit 1-3 images of work in JPG format saved between 72-100 dpi. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LABELING YOUR IMAGES WITH THE CORRESPONDING TITLE OF YOUR ARTWORK ONLY.

JUROR: Carol Strause FitzSimonds

AWARDS: Three “Excellence Awards” will be presented at the opening reception. First Prize $200, Second Prize $150, Third Prize $50, additional non-cash Honorable Mentions will also be presented at the juror’s discretion. The WCFA reserves the right to add additional awards.

IMPORTANT DATES:

ENTRY DEADLINE: 2/17/23
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: 2/22/23
PAYMENTS: can be made by check (payable to WCFA), credit card by phone or online via our website. All payments are non-refundable and due at the time of submission.
DROP OFF: 2/25, 3/1 between 11am-3pm
RECEPTION: 3/9/23 6pm-7:30pm
PICK UP: 4/26/23-4/29/23

WCFA 2023 Exhibits Schedule

Jan-Feb | WCFA ANNUAL MEMBERS SHOW | All media, open to all members

March – April | GENRE/ INVITATIONAL: PAPER, COLLAGE, PRINTS & BOOKS EXHIBIT

May | EMERGING 2023 | Open to artists ages 16-22 (unjuried, no artist fees)

June – July | GROUP EXHIBIT: “The Girls” Lincoln School Group Exhibit curated by Angel Beth Smith

July  – August | 3-D | SCULPTURE | INSTALLATION | In Partnership with The Steelyard, co-curated by Howie Sneider & Anabel Vazquez Rodriguez

September | RHODE ISLAND ART EDUCATORS | In collaboration with the RI Art Educators Association (RIAEA)

October – November | 37th ANNUAL WCFA RI OPEN | Open to all Rhode Island Artists | Juried by Bob Dilworth

October 21 – 22 | WEST BAY OPEN STUDIOS ANNUAL STUDIO TOUR WEEKEND

December |WINTER MARKET ARTIST SALE in the Warwick Center for the Arts Gallery

Ongoing: WARWICK HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS EXHIBITION | Curated by WCFA, hosted year-round by Warwick City Hall & on display in Mayor Frank Picozzi’s office.