Call to Artists!

 

For general exhibit details, visit the Exhibits page.

 

Exhibit Opportunities in 2019:


May and june of 2019, WV Celebration and Hatfields & McCoy’s 

This exhibit will feature artwork celebrating West Virginia. All mediums accepted and open to all West Virginia Residents. The West Virginia exhibit opens on May 15 for viewing in the Great Hall Gallery. The Reception will be announced at a later date. This exhibit is a celebration of WV, featuring WV inspired artwork. In addition, The Hatfields & McCoys, WVDCH will be on display at The Arts Center. American Blood Feud. Developed by the West Virginia Humanities Council and illustrated by West Virginia University graphic design students with financial support from ZMM Architects and Engineers, this traveling exhibit relates the history of the events that have become synonymous with the word feud.

Drop off your WV inspired art on May 13, between 10 and 4 pm. Accepting all mediums both 2D and 3D.

Requirements: 18+, WV residents

Entry fee: $10 members, $20 non members

Judged exhibit

Reception TBA


July of 2019, Reserved Solo Exhibition in the Great Hall Gallery

18th Annual Gala Juried Fine Arts Exhibition

The Annual Gala Exhibition is a fine arts benefit and exhibition to celebrate years of providing accessible arts programming for artists, and our community. The annual exhibition coincides as our largest fundraiser of the year, and provides artists the chance to showcase their art work. The Arts Center is committed to presenting and promoting ‘excellence in arts.’
Open to US residents, 18 +. Submissions will be accepted through the ArtCall.org website. Details TBA.

https://tacannualgala.artcall.org/

Reception is Friday, September 13, at 6 pm. Awards announced during the reception. 

Exclusively a ticketed event. Artists receive free entry and half price on one guest ticket.

2019 Juried Fall Exhibition during the 83rd MSFF

Details/guidelines/requirements may change for this exhibit. Please check back as the date approaches.

Truly a favorite for many artists in WV. The Mountain State Forest Festival (MSFF) juried exhibit is an exhibition hosted by The Arts Center in conjunction with the festival. This annual exhibit features artwork from residents and students throughout West Virginia. 
Requirements/Eligibility: Details on this exhibit are in review. Check back at a later time.


Seeking Art Instructors, Email: dani.artscenter@gmail.com

 The Arts Center is seeking professional instructors to teach/instruct art to students of various ages. Instructors who focus on non-traditional practices are also encouraged to apply. Applicants should be familiar with contemporary trends in arts education, and previous teaching experience is helpful, but not required. Applicants should be capable to manage a small classroom setting, communicate effectively and enjoy instructing art. Seeking instructors for: children's art classes, painting, stained glass, pottery, mixed media and more.