Adams County Arts Council’s Annual Juried Exhibition

Adams County Arts Council’s Annual Juried Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Friday, March 8, 2019

The Adams County Arts Council invites submissions to its 16th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, May 30- June 21, in Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College.  Any person over the age of 18 is eligible to submit work for consideration by juror Lindsey Landfried, artist, curator, and director of the HUB-Robeson Galleries at Penn State University. Awards total more than $3,200 with a $1,000 Best of Show prize and a new Landscape Award (any media) of $400.There is a $30 entry fee for Adams County Arts Council members and a $45 entry fee for non-members.

The exhibition is held in partnership with Schmucker Art Gallery.

Juried Art Exhibition 2019 – Online Entry Form

Nicholas Kripal

Nicholas Kripal is an InLiquid artist member.…

Nicholas Kripal is an InLiquid artist member.…

Nicholas Kripal is an InLiquid artist member.…

Robert Solomon

I am a pure painter and until recently a designer, director, sculptor, and printmaker. All of these have helped guide my…

I am a pure painter and until recently a designer, director, sculptor, and printmaker. All of these have helped guide my decisions as a painter from my early conceptual installations to my forays into…

I am a pure painter and until recently a designer, director, sculptor, and printmaker. All of these have helped guide my decisions as a painter from my early conceptual installations to my forays into esoteric knowledge as…

Stephen Spartana

Stephen Spartana is an American photographic artist, based in Baltimore. His artwork researches different perspectives of…

Stephen Spartana is an American photographic artist, based in Baltimore. His artwork researches different perspectives of the natural world,venturing at times to create images that are more fantasy then…

Stephen Spartana is an American photographic artist, based in Baltimore. His artwork researches different perspectives of the natural world,venturing at times to create images that are more fantasy then reality.…

Judy DeSimone
Maureen Drdak
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