Call for Art

A Pride Exhibition

 This call for art is open to all artists/people 18+ years of age and identify with or an ally with LGBTQIA+. We are celebrating joy with rainbow art!

Up to 3 pieces can be submitted (please note, not all may be accepted). All forms of art are accepted, including 3D. Art cannot be more than 24 inches wide on any side. Please contact the curator to discuss your project if it is film, performance, or digital and needs to have special accommodations. Please also note that this is a avenue open to all ages, please keep that in mind when entering art.

Art must be ready to exhibit which means:
– Properly framed or on substrate that suits hanging, such as metal 
– Fully dry or cured (no wet oil paintings, for example)
– If beyond the scope of framing, the lack of frame is integral to the piece
– Ready to be hung with wire

Digital image requirements:

– Must be at least 150dpi at entry with ability to provide a 300dpi later for a catalogue
– Not longer than 1200px on any side
-File name must be- ArtistName-Title of work

No fees are required to be part of this exhibition. 100% of any proceeds go directly to the artist when a work is purchased, minus shipping and handling fees, if a work is purchased by a collector not from the local area.

Art must be the creation of the artist. Any art that is derived from reference photos must be properly attributed, credited, and/or changed at least 75% to be the artist’s own. AI generated art must not be in any “styles of” another artist. 

Important dates:
April 10, 2023: Call for Art is distributed
May 25, 2023: Art Image and info due
May 30, 2023: Notice of acceptance
June 1, 2023: Art due to venue
June 3, 2023: 2-4 pm-Exhibition Opening
June 30, 2023: Art pick-up and return

If you have any questions or need help to prepare your work, questions on shipping, etc, please do not hesitate to contact me! ~ Amber Marie


Amber Marie has been a creative all her life and an arts management professional for over 20 years. Garnering her own solo exhibitions and installations, she often turns her eye to opportunities for other artists, helping them achieve their goals to exhibit, sell, and connect with the community.

The opportunity to organize LGBTQIA+ exhibitions are particularly special to Amber Marie, since she sees them as opportunities to be “graceful disruptions” in conservative communities, such as Wyoming, they are the chance to challenge deeply-held beliefs about queer and peculiar people. She sees them as a true way to help those that fear or outright hostility to this group of people that they can see their humanity, connect through shared visual experiences, and realize the joy it is to have the people in their life.

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Home to one of the hubs of the community, The White Mountain Library offers a unique alternative art exhibition space that is frequented from visitors across the country during the summer. Home to public art, the state’s most impressive mountain biking trails, and the flaming gorge, the Rock Springs badlands area is one of the most unique spots to visit on the way to Yellowstone National Park.

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Rock Springs Artist's Work Displayed at White Mountain Library - SweetwaterNOW
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