Selected art will be featured in the upcoming 12th. Annual Celebrating the Genius of Women exhibition at the Orlando Public Library in March and April 2023. Local finalists will be eligible for up to $3,000.00 in cash prizes and in-kind awards. The Awards event is March 25.
U.S. and International Artists
Women in the Arts, Inc. invite professional female artists to submit their work for the 2023 Women in the Arts competition "Celebrating the Genius of Women" at the Orlando Public Library. Selected work will be part of the on-site digital exhibition at the 12th. Annual Celebrating the Genius of Women at the Orlando Public Library in March and April 2023. Honorees will be recognized at the awards event on March 25. In-kind awards apply.
Email four (4) digital images of your work to the exhibition curator Maria Guerrero email@example.com
Open to professional women artists. Must be 21 years of age and above to enter.
Previous winners and honorees, board, benefactors, and staff of Women in the Arts and the Orange County Library System are not eligible to enter the competition. Past winners and honorees are recognized at the portrait gallery exhibition and are invited to join the celebrations at the awards event on March 25.
Finalists will be announced on February 11, 2023 after 11:00 AM (ET) at womeninthearts.org.
All artists are invited to attend the awards' event on March 25. This is a day-long event at the Orlando Public Library, including VIP reception, photo-shoot, meet the artist gallery walk, awards ceremony, and public reception. Travel and lodging is not covered.
Open theme with preference to works inspired by or representing the following key-words: Women, dignity, respect, justice, courage, joy, service, faith, suffering, healing, hope.
If selected, the submitted artwork must be available for display between Feb. 24 - Apr. 14, 2023.
All media. Drawing, painting, mixed media, photography, digital art, media art, installations, jewelry, and sculpture. Original work only, must be entirely created by the submitting artist.
Two dimensional art must be framed or mounted on a rigid surface with a hanging wire on the back. Protective glass and frame must be clean. Unframed work: discuss options with the exhibition curator. Some works may require specific installation instructions, please provide ahead of time.
No entry fees.
Not provided. Insurance of the artwork on display is the sole responsibility of the artist.
Women in the Arts will choose finalists from all entries in a series of two rounds. Finalists are invited to display selected art at the Orlando Public Library to be considered for a final vote by Women in the Arts Jury Team composed of past winners, fellow artists, and guest jury. Library patrons will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite artist. The jury decision is final with no reviews or feedback.
Selection of U.S. and International Artists
Selected artwork will be displayed on a digital screen part of the exhibition at the Orlando Public Library gallery, during the months of March and April 2023 at "Celebrating the Genius of Women" on-site exhibition and competition. U.S. and International Honorees will be recognized at the awards event on March 25. For travel information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Travel expenses are not covered.
The Awards Jury is formed by Women in the Arts board and advisory board members, curators, past competition winners' representatives, and a guest jury. This jury awards the art competition finalists.
Our mission is to support women artists in order to celebrate the dignity of their work and balance the historic gender-based inequity in access to opportunity in the arts. We welcome all who benefit from our mission to participate. The terms "woman/women" depend solely on self-identification.
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