Arts At Erlanger Accepting Submissions For “Food Glorious Food” Gallery Call-Out

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

The Arts at Erlanger Committee is accepting submissions for the upcoming “Food Glorious Food” gallery show. Visual artists may submit pieces of any medium that can be hung on a wall including painting, drawing, printing, sculpture, mixed media, textiles and photography inspired by food and gathering together.

Entries will only be accepted from artists living within a 75-mile radius of Chattanooga. All submission forms must be entered by Dec. 22. Art entries must include title, medium, dimensions and price to be considered. 

All art in the “Food Glorious Food” gallery will be on display and some pieces available for purchase at the Erlanger Baroness Hospital in the Gallery Corridor from Feb. 10, 2022 through June 8, 2022. 

The Arts at Erlanger committee will accept up to three high resolution jpeg images per artist for consideration.

For more information and a full list of submission requirements, visit http://www.erlanger.org/artsaterlanger. There is no entry fee.


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