Call Detail
Hope - 2024 (Annual Juried Exhibition, Publication, Sales)
Entry Deadline: 3/25/24
Application Closed
Work Sample Requirements
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 5
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 5
Call Type: Competitions
Eligibility: International
State: Unspecified
Event Dates: 4/20/24 - 6/20/24

Ignite the power of hope through your art

Gallerium proudly presents Hope 2024, a dual exhibition and publication to explore and celebrate the transformative nature of hope.

We believe that through your artistic expression, we can collectively illuminate the world with hope. At its core, the theme of hope is boundless and open to countless artistic interpretations. It encompasses a wide array of subjects, including but not limited to:

Human Resilience: Artworks that depict the indomitable spirit of individuals, communities, or societies in the face of adversity and uncertainty. From heroes and legend stories to people coming together in communities.

Nature's Revival: Visual representations of the re-emergence of life, growth, and renewal found in the natural world, offering a symbolic and metaphorical beacon of hope.

Social Progress: Art pieces that convey the transformative power of collective action, addressing social issues, advocating for change, and envisioning a brighter future.

Personal Journeys: Works that explore the triumph of the human spirit, narrating personal stories of resilience, dreams, and aspirations.

Futuristic Visions: Artworks that delve into utopian ideals, presenting innovative ideas, technologies, and possibilities that inspire optimism for a better world.

Signs of Hope: The symbols of hope vary in nature, culture, and art. From olive branch, dove, sunrise, shamrock leaves, swallow birds, and sunshine to the lighthouse, torch, Awen druid symbol, Om signs in zen, and many others are known signs and symbols representing hope. 

Abstract and Conceptual: A vibrant and dynamic 2d or 3d composition to capture stories of hope through shapes, forms and colors.

Fantasy Hope: Capture hope and its transformative power through your imagination and walk viewers into a fantasy world empowered by hope.

Join us in this extraordinary journey, where your creativity can inspire, uplift, and empower others.

Join us in this extraordinary journey, where your creativity can inspire, uplift, and empower others.

All interpretations in any 2D and 3D art medium, abstract or representational are welcomed. 

Selected artworks will be exhibited in Hope international exhibition by Gallerium and published in The Book of Arts: Hope publication.

Submission is free of charge, and a small fixed fee applies to selected artists only.

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■ Group Exhibition
Selected artworks will be showcased in an online smart group exhibition globally for two months from April 20, to June 20, 2024.

■ Book Publication

The selected artworks will be published in The Book of Arts: Hope publication.

The online version of the book will be available for free, while the high-quality print can be ordered online and via our website directly.

Published in glossy colorful A4 pages, The Book of Arts: Hope will be promoted and distributed internationally, and will be available to thousands of readers, including experts, galleries, curators, businesses, and art enthusiasts, via popular publication gateways.

■ Artwork Sales

Selected artworks will be promoted to sell via the online exhibition link. Not-for-sale and sold artworks are accepted.

■ Exhibition Catalogue

All selected artworks and artists will be published in a stylish colorful exhibition catalogue available online.

Artists can order for the print catalogue via print-on-demand service from one of the partner platforms.

The catalogue will be promoted and circulated internationally, becoming available to millions of viewers including art experts, galleries, curators, businesses and enthusiasts, via popular publication gateways.

■ Exhibition Poster
A link to the digital version of the exhibition poster will be sent to each artist via email.

■ Promotional Badges
A link to the digital promotional badge for each artwork will be sent to each artist to share in the social media.

■ Artwork Reviews
All exhibition visitors can submit their reviews and ratings of each artwork online.
Visitors' comments and ratings can provide valuable insights about the audiences' feelings and understandings of the artworks.

Artists will be notified about the received comments by email.

■ Exhibition Promotion
A promotion program will be executed to boost the selected artists' exposure and increase the artwork sales during the exhibition period.
The program includes exhibition press release sent-out, catalogue circulation, social media presentation, etc.

■ Reports, Analytics and Insights
An insightful report containing the number of visits, reviews, artworks popularity, and engagement rate of the exhibition visitors, along with the sales statistics will be sent to each artist regularly during the exhibition.

■ Magazines Publication

Some of the selected artists will be chosen for publication in art magazines and books on Biafarin network.

■ Artist Profile Page
Each artist receives a free online profile page in Biafarin platform.

■ Certificate
A digital certificate will be issued and sent to all selected artists.


The submission is FREE.

If selected, there is a USD 40 selection fee.

Submit up to 5 artworks, maximum 2 artworks will be accepted from each artist.

Jury Process

We use two phases for jurying. The first phase of jurying is the Yes/No selection, and the 2nd part is the scoring model. For scoring, each jury member scores artworks from 1 to 5. Artworks with the highest scores in the "Yes" group will be selected.

Why Selection Fee?

Submission to this art opportunity is free of charge, and we only ask the selected artists to pay a small fixed fee to proceed. 

This decision was made in good faith because we wanted artists to only pay when selected. We have a thorough jury process as our art opportunities are popular and have a low acceptance rate.

Money-back Guarantee

A money-back guarantee is available for all selection fee payments until the exhibition's official opening day.

Application Requirements


Artist Headshot Photo
Artist Full Name
City and Country of Residence
Social Media Links (optional)
Website (optional)

Biography (optional)

Artist Statement (optional)







Creation Year

Size (WidthXHeightXDepth) in cm or inches

Artwork/Series Description (Optional)

Price in USD

Eligibility Criteria


This opportunity is open to all visual artists worldwide.



Art Categories

The submission is open to all visual artists creating original artworks in 2 and 3-dimensional media.

Visual Arts Categories: Painting, drawing, landscapes, printmaking, illustration, photography, digital arts, sculpture, metalsmithing, installation, assemblage, crafts, jewelry, glass art, paper art, book art, land art, fiber art, textile art, wood art, collage, abstract, graphic arts, design, portraits, and mixed media are accepted.

All styles are accepted.

Any abstract or representational interpretations of the subject are welcome.

There is no size limit for submitted artworks.

There is no limit for artwork creation year.
Artworks created within the last 5 years are preferred.

Originality and Rights
Artworks must be entirely the work of the entrant, executed without the supervision of an instructor.

Entries must not be copies or derivatives based in any way on other copyrighted or published paintings, photographs or other artistic work. Any infraction of this rule will result in serious consequences.
Artist should have all the rights for presenting and publishing the artworks internationally.

Artwork Photo

Only the artwork should show in the photo (no frames or extraneous backgrounds).

Invited artists might be asked for high resolution artwork photos, if needed.


Artists can submit artworks that are not for sales.

Number of Artworks

Artists can submit up to 5 pieces of original artworks in relation to the subject.

The artworks are subject to selection and maximum 2 artworks might be selected from the chosen artists.


Artworks that, in reasonable view of the organizer, include porn, violence, and/or racial, and religious hatred, inappropriate and/or offensive content, are not admissible.