7th Annual Juried Exhibition
CALL FOR ENTRIES:
What does a better future look like to you as an artist? Susquehanna Art Museum is challenging artists to render their vision of a promising future for its exhibition Future Places. We believe that artwork addressing this theme will bring the viewer one step closer to imagining a better world. Allow your unique creativity to describe a place where artist and viewer can thrive.
Applicants are encouraged to depict spaces where innovation is valued and essential. Submissions may illustrate imaginative landscapes, technology, ecology, and architecture, as well as demonstrate concepts and values that are important in the social systems of the future. The exhibition is meant to inspire viewers to consider the state of humanity while incorporating hope of what may come.
- SAM is pleased to welcome 2022 juror Dr. Julie Wosk. Dr. Wosk is an author, curator, lecturer, and Professor Emerita of English, art history, and studio painting at the State University of New York, Maritime College in New York City. Learn more about our juror at her website.
- Juror’s Choice – $400 prize
- Viewer’s Choice – $250 prize
- The deadline for submissions is May 4, 2022. No late submissions will be reviewed.
- Selected work should be delivered to Susquehanna Art Museum during pre-arranged appointed times June 13 – 15, 2022. Shipped work must arrive by June 14, 2022.
- FREE for current Susquehanna Art Museum members – up to three pieces.
- Visit www.SusquehannaArtMuseum.org/Membership to become a member and waive submission fees.
- Fee for non-members – $15 per artwork, up to three pieces.
- Submissions are open to artists working in all media. Work must be original.
- Artists are responsible for shipping or delivering accepted work to Susquehanna Art Museum. The museum will coordinate return shipping.
- Submissions must be made digitally via the form below.
- Uploaded images should be named as follows: LastName,FirstName_TitleOfPiece.jpg (or other standard image file format). Images should be high resolution.
- All work must be prepared to exhibit in a manner consistent with their medium. Two-dimensional work should have a standard hanging method.
- By entering the jurying process, the artist agrees to have their work available for the duration of the exhibition and to deliver the original artwork during the agreed-upon dates. The artist grants the organizers permission to photograph works for publicity, educational, and reference purposes.
Questions about the submission process? Contact Lauren Nye, Director of Exhibitions, at LNye@SusuqehannaArtMuseum.org.
Submissions must be processed via the form below.
Plan Your Visit
Date: June 24 – October 16, 2022
Venue: Lobby Gallery and DeSoto Family Vault