Artist Opportunities – March 1, 2024

New Calls for Artists

Damascus Open Studios (deadline is March 1, 2024)

Damascus Open Studios is an annual event that allows guests to get a “sneak peek” into working artists‘ studios. It will be May 17-19, 2024Learn More and Apply >>

Lake Oswego Open Studios (deadline is April 1, 2024)

Calling all artists who are creating 2-D and 3-D works of original design who have a studio or gallery space located in Lake Oswego or West Linn. Guess artists are also encouraged to apply. Dates: September 28-29, 2024 from 10-5pm. Learn More and Apply >>

Previous Calls That Are Still Open

Hallie Ford Fellowship in the Visual Arts – The Ford Family Foundation (deadline is February 19, 2024)

The Foundation seeks to support and inspire Oregon’s visual artists to reach new heights in the conceptualization and creation of work that reflects and celebrates the diverse richness of contemporary art of the region. An integral component of this program is the annual awarding of Hallie Ford Fellowships in the Visual Arts to established Oregon visual artists who have demonstrated a depth of sophisticated exploration and the potential for significant future accomplishment. Learn More and Apply >>

Fiber Reimagined II (deadline is February 29, 2024)

Artists are invited to enter original innovative art created from fiber and recycled and repurposed mixed media. Artwork must include a fiber component or textile technique. Artworks must be of original design completed after January 1, 2020. This juried exhibition will appear in the summer issue of Fiber Art Now to be released in early July 2024. Artworks juried into the exhibition will be eligible for the onsite exhibition at Gravers Lane Gallery and GLG@1213 Walnut, both in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 1 through September 20, 2024. Learn More and Apply >>

Oregon City Arts Commission – RFP Public Art- Sculpture (deadline is March 4, 2024)

The Oregon City Arts Commission seeks an artist, or artist team, to create a replacement sculpture for Oregon City’s public art collection. The artwork will be located on the northwest corner of 7th and Center Streets in Oregon City. The new artwork will replace a piece called “Ancient Voices” by the artist Carole Turner, that was permanently damaged due to a car accident.

Please note that the Arts Commission is not looking to emulate the former piece. Rather, artists should share their vision for new artwork that will become a mid-town Oregon City landmark.

Learn more and apply >>

Local 14 Art Show & Sale 2024 (deadline is March 23, 2024)

Celebrating 57 years, the Local 14 Art Show & Sale is an annual, high-quality, indoor art sale held at one of Portland’s premier venues. We invite all West Coast artists  (including Idaho) to apply to be part of our 60 artist event. Open to all West Coast artists from California to Alaska, including British Columbia and Idaho.

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Salem Art Fair & Festival 2024 (deadline is May 10, 2024)

Salem Art Association (SAA) invites artists to apply for and participate in the 75th Anniversary celebration of the Salem Art Fair & Festival in 2024. The Salem Art Fair has an outstanding reputation among participants and visitors alike, attracting 20,000 attendees annually. Salem Art Fair & Festival is held in the heart of Salem, Oregon in Bush’s Pasture Park. Learn more and apply >>