The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art invites artists from across our community to submit work for our Seeing 20/20: Creativity during COVID online exhibition. A truly contemporary exhibition, Seeing 20/20 seeks art produced since March 2020 that represents a diverse spectrum of perspectives, ideas, and reflections upon the past six months of our lives.
In many ways, our collective worlds and everyday existences have changed dramatically in the first half of 2020, and we strive to present an exhibition that showcases how artists – student, amateur and expert – have engaged with and considered this novel moment in time.
Works selected for Seeing 20/20 will be featured as part of the virtual exhibition on the LRMA website. There is no entry fee and all ages and skill levels are encouraged to apply. Contact Hillary Steinwinder, Curator of Education, at hsteinwinder@LRMA.org with any questions.
September 30, 2020
All properly prepared entries (please refer to digital file image requirements below) will be reviewed and receive consideration for selection to appear in the online exhibition. All decisions regarding selected works are final. No more than three (3) works by any one artist will be included in the final juried selection. NOTE: The Lauren Rogers Museum of Art is not a forum for artwork sales. No prices for artwork will be displayed or requested, and all selected works will be exhibited for their educational and aesthetic merit alone.
Artists may submit up to three (3) works in any of the following media: painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, mixed media, and ceramics. Images must be in JPEG or JPG format with a minimum of 1200 pixels on the longest side. Each file size must be under 5MB. Phone-produced photographs and photographs of submissions are permissible as long as they are high-resolution, lit brightly, and clear to the viewers eye. All entries — regardless of media — must be submitted digitally using the form on the submission page, linked above.
Complete the fields below to submit your artwork: