Single-artist exhibition at the Moscow Food Co-op on Campus at 822 Elm Street in Moscow. There is no entry fee for this show.
December 15. We will inform artists of their selection no later than two weeks before the opening date of the show (January 2 for Spring show 1, and March 8 for Spring show 2). We will send this call out again one month before each show is to start.
Display dates are listed below. Opening receptions will take place on the first Thursday within the show dates.
Applicants must be currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate level classes at the University of Idaho.
Pieces must be able to hang on the wall. Craft/traditional arts, photography, drawing, mixed-media/multi-discipline, painting, printmaking, and sculpture are all acceptable as long as they are able to be hung.
Art will be displayed and an opening reception will be held at the Moscow Food Co-op on Campus, 822 Elm Street in Moscow.
Call For Artists
The Moscow Food Co-op on Campus is seeking one student artist for an ongoing public exhibit to be held in its storefront at 822 Elm Street. All students at the University of Idaho are encouraged to submit works, including postgraduate and part-time students. There is no entry fee for this exhibition. We are seeking two students per semester and one over the summer. The upcoming dates are as follows:
January 15-March 20 (final day of spring recess)
March 21-May 16 (Spring commencement)
May 17-August TBD (First day of Fall semester 2020)
Please indicate your preferred display dates in your Google form.
We would like to book artists in advance for these shows. Dates are TBD due to academic calendars, but we are able to schedule artists and work with them directly on show and reception dates as they draw nearer.
Artists are invited to submit up to five pieces of artwork in any medium. Two dimensional artwork should be ready to hang with a frame or wrapped canvas. Maximum size (including frame) is three feet high by six feet wide. We are happy to work with the artist on display options and making sure work is displayed as the artist wishes.
Copyright and Image Use Policy:
The artist will keep 100% of the rights to their own work. The Co-op will not retain any rights for image use. The artist will be allowed to sell works in this exhibition, and will keep 100% of the revenue from these sales. Artists wishing to sell their work must provide price information alongside each piece, and will assume responsibility for any applicable state or federal taxes.
The Co-op would like to use images of the artist’s work in event promotion and requests advance notice if the artist would prefer no photography.
How to Enter:
For Spring 2020 shows, please complete the form below no later than December 15 or February 21 respectively.
If you are selected, we will request a short artist statement and/or bio for display near your work. Artists should also be prepared to provide titles and any additional information for display alongside their pieces during the show.