Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $25.00
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 10
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 10
Event Dates: 9/2/22 - 10/1/22
TDAC is proud to announce a new open call for artists of all mediums in the Columbia Gorge Region. With the diminished opportunities for artists unaffiliated with galleries, we are excited to provide artists from the area a space to exhibit their work collectively. We are looking for emerging and established artists to showcase the talent that exists in the region. The represented geographic range is Troutdale to Goldendale within 100 miles North and South of the Columbia River. This includes artists who have strong connections to the Gorge, ie. resided or consider it a place of origin. Submissions will be accepted online via Cafe. Work will be selected by TDAC Staff. Nancy Houfek Brown will judge the work to select a 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prize. Your entry fee will be pooled for cash prizes which will range between $100-250 depending on participation.
Exhibition Dates: September 2 - October 1
Opening: September 2 5:30-7:30
August 20: Submissions Due
August 24: Notice of Selected Work
August 25 - August 31: Deliver to TDAC
Nancy Houfek Brown, Associate Member of WOMEN ARTISTS OF THE WEST, is an established Oregon artist living and working in the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. She is on the roster of artists exhibited at Art of Oak in Hood River, Oregon, and her recent paintings have also been showing at the Columbia Center for the Arts Gallery in Hood River, where she recently took First Place in “The Best of the Gorge,” and Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland. Ten of her large works were on exhibit at the Portland International Airport from August 2016 through July 2017. Her art has also been shown in galleries in Texas, California, Ohio, Colorado, Minnesota, and Massachusetts, where she was a juried member of the Cambridge Artists' Association.
Images of work with name, medium, size and date.
Emerging and established artists of all mediums who reside or have resided in the Columbia Gorge. Troutdale to Goldendale within 100 miles North and South of the Columbia River.