WOVEN: The Juneteenth Juried Art Exhibition 2024 makes artist call

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, May 24, 2024 by 11 p.m.

Promotional landscape graphic showing three visual artworks with text that reads "Woven 2024 Celebrating Juneteenth, Honoring Traditions. Call for artists." The Artists' Guild of Spartanburg logo appears at lower right.

Once again, the Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg seeks to highlight the work of outstanding BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists in the southeastern region through their upcoming Juneteenth juried art exhibition, WOVEN.

Artists working in all mediums are invited to apply. Woven is an exhibition highlighting works of creatives such as quilters, weavers, and visual artists from the southeast region. This exhibition seeks to celebrate and commemorate the visual storytelling and traditions in conversation with the African Diaspora. Through this presentation of visual storytelling and craft-based works, we seek to broaden intergenerational narratives of BIPOC experiences and creative practices.

Accepted works will be exhibited in the Artists’ Guild gallery within the Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg from June 5-26. This first floor gallery space receives high foot traffic and is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday.