Lynnwood art exhibit - call for entries

Deadline: September 30

Lynnwood Arts Commission is seeking artists to apply to exhibit at City Hall Gallery in 2019 and Young Artists at Recreation Center Gallery in 2019.

If interested, find more information and the respective applications on their website.

Tsuga Fine Art & Framing is presenting an exhibit, “Miniature Masterpieces,” Nov. 23, 2018 to Jan. 18, 2019. Juried by renowned local painter of miniatures, Beverly Fotheringham, the exhibit is sure to allure with delicate beauty. Tsuga is seeking artists to present their miniature work during this exhibit.

If interested, please submit 2-7 images of your work (with required entry fee), your name, address and phone number by e-mail to for judging. With further questions, email or call Susan at 425.483.7385.

Please find details regarding submission and the exhibit on their website.

miniature masterpieces - Call for entries 

Deadline: October 1

Their goal is to find some cool benches for possible use on the new Arlington Valley Road which is currently under construction through the city’s industrial zone. More artistic benches could be used in other areas of the city in the future. For example, on Airport Boulevard, and other locations around town.

The artistic bench designs will be presented to the community at AAC’s Fall into Art Auction on October 20. The competition is open to artists residing in the Puget Sound region.

Successful bench designs will include concepts  that best connect the industrial nature of the location, with a nod toward the city's past, present and or future. The road passes behind the former Northwest Hardwoods Mill which is being redeveloped.  Artistic quality and strength of work as demonstrated in submitted digital images and the artist's experience is also important.  Benches should be durable for outdoor use, vandal resistant, and should pose no safety threats. The b udget is $2,500 per bench.

If interested, please submit current resume (sketch/image of concept with dimensions and materials labeled, and up to 5 JPEGs of relevant work), and your website if available. Send entries and questions to Sarah Arney, or Sarah Lopez at by Oct. 10, 2018.

arlington arts council creative benches - call for entries 

Deadline: October 10

The Schack Art Center is seeking artist who work primarily in glass, ceramics, wood and jewewlry for the 2018 Holiday Show: Nov. 15 to Dec. 29. Artist with functional, sculptural, whimsical or other styles are encouraged to apply regardless of price point. All work presented during the show must be available for sale, with the Schack Art Center receiving a 40% commission.

If interested, please send up to 12 pictures of relevant work (to be juried) to Josey Wise at Acceptance notifications will be sent out no later than Oct. 24.

Visit their website, for more information including submission guidelines and deadlines.

Holiday Art Show - Call for entries 

Deadline: October 10

The Lynnwood Convention Center is hosting Animalia: The Animal World exhibit Jan. to June 2019. They are seeking applicants with 2D artwork of which animal(s) are the subject, in a variety of styles and perspectives, including: marine life, birds, tropical animals, pets, livestock, instects, reptiles, all types of wildlife, etc.

If interested, please visit their website for submission guidelines and more details. Selected artists will be notified on the results of jurying by Nov. 18.


animalia: the animal world - Call for Entries 

Deadline: October 29

schack art center - call for board members

Deadline: october 31

Shack Art Center in Everett is seeking new board members to serve a three-year term with the opportunity for a three-year term. The position requires the member attend monthly board meetings on the second Tuesday of each month, support the annual fund drive, attend exhibit openings and more.

If interested, find more information on their website.


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