11th Annual BAAC National Juried Exhibition
April 25 - June 3, 2023
2022 National Juried Exhibition
The Batesville Area Arts Council’s 2023 National Juried Exhibition is open to all artists 18 and older working in 2D & 3D media. Entries must be original works created within the last 5 years. Reproductions not allowed. Works previously exhibited at the BAAC Gallery on Main are ineligible. Artists may submit up to three images with an entry fee of $25 ($20 for BAAC members). Two additional images may be submitted for an additional $5 each. Accepted works will be exhibited at the BAAC Gallery on Main (Batesville, AR) April 25 – June 03, 2023.
March 6: Entries Due
March 14: Notifications will be sent out
April 19-22: Accepted work delivered via artist, UPS, or USPS
April 25: Exhibition Opens
May 5: Awards Announced
June 3: Exhibition Closes
June 3-10: Artwork pickup/Gallery ships work
Entries must be original works created within the last 5 years, and must be available for the duration of the exhibition. Reproductions not allowed. Works previously exhibited at the BAAC Gallery on Main are ineligible. All work must weigh less than 60 Ibs. Accepted works must arrive exhibition ready, complete with hanging wire (no saw- tooth hangers or clip frames). 3D works, must not exceed 72 inches in height and 36 inches in width or depth. Works that differ significantly from the entry may be disqualified.
All art works will be insured while on gallery premises. PLEASE NOTE: Insurance does not cover damage caused during shipping due to any reason. Please insure your work during transit.
Sale of Artwork:
All work must be available for sale during the exhibition. BAAC will retain a commission of 35% on all artwork sold.
BAAC may use images of art work accepted into the exhibition for publicity purposes. Artists agree to allow reproduction of their digital files and or photographs taken of their art for educational, publicity and archival purposes.
1st Place Award- $500 and solo exhibition in the BAAC Gallery on Main
2nd Place Award- $300
3rd Place Award- $200
Purchase Prize Award- $500
Carey Voss is an Arkansas artist and Curator of Exhibits at Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock. Her educational background is in the fine arts (she holds an MFA in painting), but she spends most of her creative time producing exhibits that focus on the history and material culture of Arkansas. Carey is passionate about making things by hand, and about the handmade thing in all its forms. She describes herself as an “accidental historian” because she loves learning about the cultural forces that shaped objects from the past, but making stuff and talking about contemporary art with other artists and craftspeople is still her favorite activity.