Calls For Entry

View offers a number of opportunities to participate in our exhibitions ranging in nature juried national exhibitions, open regional exhibitions, solo and group shows. See below for more information.

Current Calls For Entry

Artisan Ornaments

4x12 Exhibition

Winter in Action Logo Contest

Upcoming Calls for Entry 

 Apply For a Solo or Group Exhibition

If you would like your work to be considered for a future exhibition, please email the following materials to the Visual Arts Committee at View:

  • A letter of proposal outlining the content and concept of the exhibit.
  • 8-10 high quality images that best represent the art work that you plan to exhibit. We will accept these images in .jpegs or .tiffs format via filesharing, email, or a link to your web page.
  • An artist statement.
  • A current resume with contact information.

After these materials are received, they will be presented to the Visual Arts Committee for review. The gallery committee only reviews work once a year and most exhibitions are planned 1-2 years in advance.

We regret that due to the large number of submissions we receive, we can only respond to artists we are interested in exhibiting. If we find that your work fits the needs of the institute, we will be in touch.

Please email these materials to hcaufield@viewarts.org

Henry M. Kashiwa Eco Gallery

The Henry M. Kashiwa Eco Gallery is a space dedicated to forging relationships and inspiration between the creation of art and our natural world. View seeks proposals for the Henry M. Kashiwa Eco Gallery that are conceptually concerned with ideas related to environment, location, ecology and natural history. Specifically those works that find relationships to the Adirondacks and their surrounding environs. Installations, interactive works, and educational elements are encouraged.

To apply for an exhibition in the Eco Gallery please send the following materials to  hcaufield@viewarts.org with a subject line of Eco Gallery Proposal:

  • A letter of proposal outlining the content and concept of the exhibit.
  • 8-10 high quality images that best represent the art work that you plan to exhibit. We will accept these images in .jpegs or .tiffs format via filesharing, email, or a link to your web page.
  • An artist statement.
  • A current resume with contact information. 

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