The 99%

Wiseman Gallery, Rogue Community College Work is being sought for a juried exhibit showcasing contemporary artwork that reflects income inequity in the modern world (decline of the middle class etc.). The theme may be interpreted in any style that relates to the title (i.e. factually, hypothetically, symbolically, satirically, politically, etc.) An artist statement with explanation … Continue reading

Portland Biannual

DISJECTA Disjecta Interdisciplinary Art Center is a nonprofit organization formed to provide essential resources for artists to create and exhibit new work. Disjecta provides an interdisciplinary exhibition space for the presentation of vital, emerging visual and performing arts on a local, regional, national and international level.   Disjecta’s 6,000 square foot exhibition space will provide … Continue reading

Rogue Community College, OR

DEADLINE: Fri, September 16, 2011 It’s Raining, It’s Pouring: The Global Water Crisis Exhibit Location: OR Work is being sought for a juried exhibit showcasing contemporary art that reflects issues relating to water (melting glaciers, radioactive water, oil contamination etc). Open to all artist 18 and older working in any media. Visit, call 541-956-7339 … Continue reading

Solo Exhibition posting for gallery in Oregon

Fireplace Gallery: Mt. Hood Community College is accepting submissions for our monthly solo exhibits beginning September 2011 – July 2012. Only CD submissions labeled with artist’s name will be accepted; all images must be in jpeg format. No personal websites will be reviewed. Please include resume and artist’s statement. Their gallery consists of wall space only; … Continue reading

Micheal Jackson Themed Show

Emerson Space Case is seeking Michael Jackson-inspired art for a group art show, Just to Tell You Once Again: Art Inspired By Michael Jackson, to celebrate their two-year anniversary! Emerson Space Case is a window gallery located at NE 30th & Emerson, in Portland, Oregon. They curate monthly art shows, coinciding with Last Thursday on Alberta Street. All … Continue reading