IMPORTANT! Due to the response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) events on this site may be postponed or canceled.CLICK HERE for More Details.

Artifacts of 2020 Call for Art

Posted by Lost Dog Gallery ; Posted on 
Visual - DEADLINE :  
Artifacts of 2020 Call for Art




Calling all midwestern artists. Lost Dog Gallery in Indianapolis, IN is looking for submissions for their show titled “Artifacts of 2020” in which they wish to explore the year 2020 with the curiosity of future historians. What objects may someday find themselves in a museum exhibit about the year 2020? Submissions do not need to be sculptural (but are welcome to be). Photos, paintings, collages, instillations, sculptures, screenprints etc. about the subject “Artifacts of 2020” are welcome! A bedazzled face shield would be welcome right next to photographs of BLM protests, next to a fort built out of Amazon boxes. 

This is a regional show open to artists living/working and/ or quarantining in the midwest. For this show, the midwest includes Illinois, Indiana, South Dakota, North Dakota, Missouri, Ohio, Kansas, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. 

All artworks must have either been created in 2020 or in January of 2021. The deadline to apply is January 15 by 11:59pm. Artists will be contacted on January 17th about their acceptance. A submission fee of $10 will cover the cost of three image submissions. These can be images of different artworks or views of the same artwork. Lost Dog, as a small, independent gallery, understands times are tough right now for artists. That is why they wish to have a low submission fee. If the $10 fee prohibits you from submitting your work, you will have the option to pay $5. If you are able to help support a fellow artist, you will have the option to pay $15 to cover your submission fee and half of another artist’s submission fee. The money goes toward supporting the gallery, promoting the show, and allowing us to have more appointment slots so that people may safely view the show in person. 

The show will run through the month of February at Lost Dog Gallery and may be viewed in person by appointment. The show will also be available virtually on the Lost Dog Gallery Website. 

Here is the link to submit: 

Lost Dog Gallery is located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. They opened their doors in the fall of 2019. Attached to the gallery space are several artist studios. They love supporting local Indy artists as well as regional artists in monthly group and solo exhibitions. Follow them on instagram @LostDogGallery 


Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>


Artsopolis Network Members: Akron OH | Austin TX | Bainbridge Island WA | Birmingham AL | Boston MA | Cape Cod MA | Cincinnati OH | Cleveland OH | Colorado Springs CO | Columbia SC | DuPage County IL | Durham NC | Essex County MA | Flagstaff AZ | Flint MI | Fort Lauderdale FL | Indianapolis IN | Kalamazoo MI | Kansas City MO | KeepMovingOKC | Macon GA | Main Line Area PA | Marin County CA | Marquette County MI | Mendocino County CA | Middlesex County NJ | Milwaukee WI | Montgomery County MD | Napa Valley CA | Nashville TN | Niagara County NY | Oklahoma City OK | Orange County CA | Orlando FL | Ottawa IL | Panama City FL | Pittsburgh PA | Providence RI | Quito, Ecuador | Richardson TX | Sacramento CA | San Antonio TX | St. Cloud MN | St. Croix Valley MN/WI | St. Johns County FL | Stillwater MN | Tallahassee FL | Tampa Bay FL | Utah | Ventura CA | York County PA