Call to Artists: Two Fundraisers & Exhibitions

Support the Grants Pass Museum of Art and exhibit your art in our winter exhibition.
These two fundraisers are replacing the Black, White, & the Blues exhibition in 2022. 
All work will be displayed in the Museum January 18 – February 19, 2022.

Faux Fun:

dogThese will be auctioned off and are a 100% donation to the museum.
Unsold artwork will be returned to the artist. Artist retains their copyright. Images may used in publicity by GPMA.

Please check with the museum first on which masterwork you want to copy. We want to make sure that we don’t end up with duplicates, or copyright issues.
The work should be well known so that the general public can understand the “spoof” of it. We have a list of recommendations if you want
some inspiration. Any size artwork is fine, in general. Too large may not sell though. We recommend 24” x 36” or smaller.

We also have super awesome “gaudy” frames - check with us for sizes! Planning to participate?
Please let staff know! 541-479-3290 or Kristen at

6" x 6":

Create a 6” x 6” artwork for auction. Paper is available from the museum if you want it.
We recommend thicker paper that can hang by blue sticky putty. Sculpture is welcome and will need to be a 6” x 6” x 6” size.

You can create as many artworks as you wish to donate. We cannot guarantee a hanging situation where work is grouped in a certain manner.
(All work should be a stand-alone piece.) All artwork must be for sale.
Please do not modify the size or edges or create parts that stick out beyond the 6” x 6”.
Please do not frame. We plan to sell the mini artworks for between $20-79 each.

Artwork drop off:
Now - December 18. OR on Thursday, January 13, 2022.
Mailing address for this nationwide call to artists is:

1630 Williams Hwy, PMB #501
Grants Pass, OR 97527.
(Note this address is different than normal to accommodate the art without bending in the mail.)

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the city's primary resource for exhibitions and collections of fine art since 1979. Located in the heart of the historic old town, our galleries offer opportunities for learning, introspection and connection with cultures from around the world. Please browse our site, and when in town, come visit the museum.

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Participation and education in the arts create a balance in our community that promotes individuality, camaraderie and a consciousness of our surroundings. The museum's mission is to enrich lives by offering art experiences to people of all walks of life that stimulate the senses, intrigue the intellect, and bring joy to the spirit.  As a non-profit organization, our members, friends, volunteers and generous donors make all exhibits and programs doable. We thank you for making our work possible.

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