CALLS FOR ENTRIES
SUBMITTING YOUR ARTWORK
For each of our juried exhibits, artwork must be submitted in person on the designated dates.
When dropping off your artwork you will be required to fill out an entry form for each piece. In addition to your contact information you will need to provide the Title, Media and Sale Price for the work. If there is no title, “untitled” is acceptable. If you do not wish to sell the piece NFS or Not for Sale may be designated on the form.
Each piece will be assigned an entry number. Keep track of your entry numbers. Juror selections will be posted on the Exhibit Results page of our website. Accepted submissions will be listed by entry number.
Specific size limits or other requirements will be stated on the prospectus for each exhibit.
In general, all work submitted for SCAA juried exhibits must be wired and ready for hanging. 2D work: no one measurment is to exceed 48 inches. 3d work must be easily transportable. Works must have been completed in the last 2 years and not have been shown previously in an juried SCAA exhibit.
Artificial Intelligence Policy:
Only works original in conception and execution are eligible for exhibition at the South County Art Association. AI-generated art or works derived in whole or part from AI technology are not elegible to be exhibited, sold in our gallery or store or any art sales that we hold.
Shows designated as "open" are open for anyone to submit, members and non-members. SCAA membership is required for exhibits not designated as open, such as the Members Annual, and Member Invitationals.
Indicates that the work for the show will be selected by a juror. A different juror is chosen for each show. The juror will view all of the submitted artwork and select the pieces to be exhibited as well as the award winners.