Art Calls Home: Security/Insecurity
International Deadline: August 15, 2023 – What is a home? There are nests, dens, and burrows. There are houses of all kinds that people find, own, rent, or share. There are homes that feel safe and secure, and those that do not. Everyone deserves a clean, safe place to live. However, the availability, equality, and affordability of housing are often unreliable. Will your work convey safety or trouble? Humans or wildlife? We look forward to presenting a wide variety of responses to the subject of “home” in this juried exhibit.
Exhibit Dates: September 23 (reception 2-4 pm) to December 17, 2023.
SUBMISSIONS – No Fees
Artists may submit up to 5 pieces* by email to email@example.com images must be named as title_size_medium. For example, an 8×10 inch painting titled “Flowers” would be named flowers_8x10_painting. Please use inches for the size and do not include any additional information in the image name.
In the body of the email, please include your name, address, and phone number with a list of your entries.
This permanent gallery space – a ministry of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church – continues a long tradition of providing a home for the arts. The gallery represents two years of preliminary work by the community of St. Luke’s to prepare a direction and mission, ready a gallery ministry committee, determine the optimum location, and attend to the many details inherent in creating a permanent showcase for the visual arts.
St. Luke’s Nails in the Wall Gallery
St Luke’s Episcopal Church
17 Oak Ave
Metuchen, NJ 08840