Compete Yosemite Renaissance 39
International Deadline: January 1, 2024 – The annual Yosemite Renaissance Exhibition offers artists inspired by Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada a unique opportunity to promote their work. The exhibit opens at the historic Yosemite National Park Museum Gallery in the heart of Yosemite Valley, then travels to other art centers across California.
For over 150 years, artists have played an important role in the establishment of our state and national parks, inspiring people to visit iconic natural sites, and to protect our natural resources. Yosemite Renaissance is dedicated to this ideal.
The exhibit is open to artists worldwide. All submissions must be completed in English. Participating artists must be able to communicate in English, either directly or through an interpreter.
The exhibit is open to visual artists and artisans working in all media including but not limited to: oil & acrylic painting, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, printmaking, photography, digital art, drawing, fiber art, glass, woodworking, jewelry, ceramics, and sculpture. No film, video, interactive media or performance. Original works only. Limited edition prints and other multiples (photographs and digital/computer art) are allowed. No reproductions. Submitted works must be created in the last 5 years.
The exhibit opens at Gallery 5, Yosemite Gateway Art Center in Oakhurst, then travels to Kings Art Center in Hanford, Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock, and Madera County Art Council Circle Gallery.
$4,000 in cash awards will be announced at the opening reception at Yosemite Gateway Art Center in Oakhurst CA in March 2024.
$25 per first entry, $15 per additional entry. Maximum of 8 entries.
All works submitted must be available for sale. Yosemite Renaissance retains a 40% commission on sales. Once accepted for the exhibition, submitted works must be sold through Yosemite Renaissance, until the close of the exhibit.
Yosemite Renaissance is a 501c3 non-profit organization supported by Mariposa County, Stellar Gallery, Visit Yosemite Madera County, the National Park Service, and by individual donors.
Help us inspire the public to preserve and protect our parks and wild places through art!