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Psalms Revisited Exhibitions Seeks Artwork from BIPOC Artists

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Psalms Revisited Exhibitions Seeks Artwork from BIPOC Artists


St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Carmel announces a Call for Entries for a juried exhibition titled PSALMS REVISITED.

Following the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many others, St. Christophers believes it is especially important for the community to learn from artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color (BIPOC).  BIPOC artists are invited to submit work that interprets a biblical Psalm through the lens of each artist’s life experiences.

Eligibility: Artists of all backgrounds who are at least 18 years of age and who live in the State of Indiana are encouraged to submit artwork for consideration.

Entry fee: There is no entry fee for this exhibition.

Specifications: Artists may submit one or two entries for consideration in two categories:

  • two-dimensional work not to exceed 48 inches by 48 inches for display on walls or free-standing easels
  • three-dimensional work for free-standing display or display on plinths

Exhibition Setting: All artwork must be exhibition-ready. Artwork selected for inclusion will be installed in the congregation’s Parish Hall and adjacent grounds. St. Christopher’s is committed to handling the artwork with the care it deserves; however, artists will exhibit their work at their own risk.

Digital Images:

  • JPG format only
  • Optimal resolution 300 ppi/dpi
  • 5 MB maximum file size
  • Name files with last name, first name, and entry number (examples: Smith John 1 and Smith John 2).

Sales: Exhibiting artists are encouraged to make their work available for sale. Artists will negotiate sales directly with prospective purchasers. St. Christopher’s will retain no commission.

Entry form:

Dates of Note:

  • Entries are accepted online through midnight on Monday, September 21.
  • Selected work is to be dropped off at the church on Friday or Saturday, October 2 or 3.
  • The exhibition will be available for viewing on Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18, and on Saturday and Sunday, October 24 and 25.
  • Exhibiting artists will pick up their work at the church on Monday or Tuesday, October 26 or 27.

Long-Term Vision:

Saint Christopher Episcopal Church hopes that this inaugural exhibition will become a recurring event that cultivates relationships of mutual appreciation among participating artists, congregational members, and the wider community.


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