Competitions Women’s Works’ 30th Anniversary Show
International Deadline: January 31, 2017 – Women’s Works is an international juried fine art exhibit, celebrating women artists and is presented annually by the Northwest Area Arts Council at the Old Court House Arts Center. Women’s Works provides an opportunity to showcase the creative artwork of women artists from around the world.
This is the 30th Anniversary of the Women’s Works show and takes place at the Old Court House Arts Center on the Historic Town Square in Woodstock, Illinois during March and April 2017. Women’s Works has become a much anticipated area event and the show enjoys excellent media coverage and exposure.
The show is open to women artists 18 years and older. Up to 3 pieces may be submitted to the jury.
JURORS & JUDGE
The jurors for this year’s show will be the founders of the Women’s Works show, who started the show in 1988.
$1500 in cash awards will be awarded to winners. In addition, to celebrate the 30th Anniversary, the Founders of the show will be choosing a recipient of the 2017 Founders’ Award, who will be offered a free month long solo exhibition of their artwork at the Old Court House Arts Center during 2017. (We will work out exact timing of the show with the winner.)
APPLY ONLINE – Entry fee $40
Read full prospectus and apply to the show here.
The Northwest Area Arts Council (NAAC) runs the Old Court House Arts Center in Woodstock, IL. NAAC is a 501C3 Non-For-Profit dedicated to the arts.
Northwest Area Arts Council
P.O. Box 597
Crystal Lake, IL 60039
The Old Courthouse was constructed in 1857, a classic brick structure designed by one of the country’s most prominent architects, John Mills Van Osdel. Its entire three floors, totaling more than 30,000 square feet, are occupied by galleries, studios, and unique restaurants.
Old Courthouse Arts Center
101 North Johnson Street
Woodstock, IL 60098