From May 2nd-26th, the Galveston Art League Gallery, 2117A Postoffice St. in Galveston, will exhibit artworks that were accepted into its Spring 2019 Juried Show.
The nonprofit Galveston Art League holds three juried competitions per year, and the next one will occur in the fall. The competitions are open to everyone, and each artist may submit up to three entries. Typically a little over 100 entries are accepted for the five categories: works on canvas or board, works on paper, photography, mixed-media 2-D works, and 3-D works.
Full details― including entry requirements, fees, and cash awards to top-rated artworks ― are available in the show prospectus, which is posted about a month before entries are due. The prospectus may be downloaded from the black sidebar at GalvestonArtLeague.com.
The Galveston Art League was founded in 1914 to promote visual arts and art education. The league accomplishes its mission through its juried shows, low-cost art workshops for children and adults, nine-member shows per year, and promotion of area artists in electronic and print media.