Save time by filling out a submission form in advance. You can download a printable form and bring it with you to the gallery.
Or you can fill out an online form, print that out and bring it into the gallery. Using the online form helps us keep entries organized, so we ask that you please do that if you can.
Requirements to exhibit at the Calaveras County Arts Council Gallery
The Calaveras County Arts Council organizes thematic exhibitions to promote artistic excellence and to showcase work by members and artists throughout the Motherlode.
All 2-D artwork must be original work by the exhibiting artist, or if a print, the original work must have been created by exhibiting artist. Reference materials must belong to the artist, or the artist must have permission to use them. No workshop pieces are accepted.
Our gallery in San Andreas is now open Monday through Thursday Noon to 4 p.m. We'll be selling artwork through the gallery and also at our online shop for select shows.
Artists keep 80% of any sales; the gallery portion (20%) of the proceeds are used to help pay for administrative costs.
Selling art online requires good quality photographs. We encourage artists to submit their own photographs for the website, but if artists can't do this, we are here to help! Email Kathy at email@example.com for more information.
All artwork must be ready to hang; please use wire and D-rings (see link below for instructions) when possible or appropriate. Please label all art work on the back with the name of the artist; the title of the art; contact information; and the price.
All art must be hand-delivered to the gallery. No shipped work will be accepted.
Art due in gallery
June 16, 2022
Show In Gallery and online
Safe Space show extended until September 1
Join us to showcase the art of Calaveras-based rural LGBTQIA+ artists and their allies, friends and families for Pride Month.
Anyone can enter artwork that celebrates, amplifies, and normalizes LGBTQAI+ lives in our rural community. Let your art shine a light on a safe Calaveras County where everybody is welcomed, respected, and loved.
This show is a partnership with the Tri-County LGBT Alliance, #out4mentalhealth, Amador and Tuolumne Arts Councils, and Rosebud’s Café.
There are no fees to enter this show, but there is a commission if artwork sells. Commission: 80% artist, 20% gallery
Artist Call to Entry