In the clamor of competing thought, art transcends language in a way that it evokes emotions and feelings that escape us in written work. But not all art speaks to all of us. The voices of the few and the marginalized are often left unheard (and unseen). Therefore, this list is dedicated to opportunities that provide platforms for these voices.
yəhaw̓ is accepting artwork from Indigenous creatives for its exhibition, which will celebrate the diversity and depth of Indigenous art. The exhibition will be featured at Seattle’s King Street Station. Review the guidelines for specific info on eligibility and submission requirements.
Las Laguna Gallery is accepting works from artists over the age of 50. There are no restrictions on style, content, or medium. Selected works will be featured in the gallery’s “The 2nd Half-A Group Exhibition for Artists 50 or Older” in June 2018.
African Voices is committed to fostering understanding and awareness of the African Diaspora through art. Visual artists are strongly encouraged to first review the latest issue of African Voices, then download submission guidelines for artwork specifications.
Moko is a non-profit journal that publishes work (written and visual art) that reflects Caribbean heritage and experiences. Emerging and established creatives are encouraged to submit.