CALL FOR ARTISTS 2019
Deadline for Entries: march 1, 2019
Parish Gallery is issuing a call for submissions from artists who are interested in mounting a show that aligns with the mission of our gallery. We have openings in our schedule for late spring, summer, and late fall. If you are interested in being considered for a show, first review the policies and responsibilities included here. To apply, please email us a brief two-page biography, artist statement, and up to ten artwork jpegs (300 pdi please) of no more than 2 MB each in a zip file to email@example.com. Please make sure your last name is part of every file name you send. The deadline for submissions is March 1. You will be notified of our decision by April 1.
Parish Gallery's Call for Artists is open to artists in the St. Louis, Missouri region creating 2-D works. Individuals and groups are encouraged to apply. If selected, submitted works should be available for exhibiting. Artwork dimensions, materials, and authorship must must be accurately represented in your exhibition submission.
About The Parish Gallery
The Parish Gallery is a non-profit art space located within Trinity Episcopal Church at Euclid and Washington in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis. This gallery is an outgrowth of a long-lived arts committee within the church, which has for many years mounted exhibits featuring the work of the talented artists within the church. Now, we are opening our doors to the St. Louis arts community, and offering all artists in the area the opportunity to exhibit their work in the new Parish Gallery.
The Parish Gallery supports local and regional artists from all backgrounds, who work in a range of styles and mediums, from traditional to experimental. We seek artists whose works reflect the values of Trinity Episcopal Church, including social justice, community involvement, multiculturalism, intersectionality, spirituality and regional history.
The Parish Gallery is located in and affiliated with Trinity Church in the Central West End, an Episcopal Church located at Euclid and Washington in the Central West End. The gallery embodies the progressive theology of our church--while we take a broad approach to art, anything short of blasphemous is open for consideration. The gallery functions as a not-for-profit and does not directly engage in sales. The gallery will refer interested buyers directly to the artist. There is no cost to the artist for applying or exhibiting at the Parish Gallery.