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Participate in one of our upcoming group exhibitions!
Alternative Processes: in celebration of MOP (Month of Photography)
Open Call: Members & faculty
Exhibition Dates: Feb 23 – March 18, 2015
Artwork Drop-off Dates: Feb 16 – 17, 2015
First Friday | Artist Reception: March 6 | 5:30 – 8pm
Artwork Pick-up Dates: March 19th & 20th, 2015
Celebrate MOP with ASLD! From pinhole, cyanotype, wet & dry plate processes, inkodye, polaroid art, solarisation, photo etchings and everything in between, this exhibit explores non-traditional and non-commercial photography. Open to members and faculty and work must meet the **ASLD framing parameters. Please review the information below on how to enter.
Note: To have your piece considered for use in our promotional materials, please submit one high-resolution image to email@example.com no later than Friday, Jan 23rd.
ART&SOUL | Soul Struck at Space Gallery
Deadline for entry is March 2, 2015
We are proud to annouce that our biennial gala event, ART&SOUL, will be accompanied bySoul Struck, an exhibit exploring artists relationship with the soul. This is a national show juried by Christoph Heinrich, PhD, Frederick & Jan Mayer Director of the Denver Art Museum.
Please visit callforentry.org to submit your work
Teen Show | Teen Angst: Art Show & Exhibition
Juried Exhibition for Teens (grades 9 - 12)
Juror: Talya Dornbush, Metro State CVA
in collaboration with ASLD's Teen Commitee
Exhibition Dates: Mar 30 – Apr 24, 2015
Entries accepted: Mar 3 – 9, 2015
Artists notified: Mar 11, 2015
Artist Reception: Apr 16 | 5:30–8pm
This exhibit is the first-ever teen curated and featured show at the Art Students League of Denver!
All the pieces chosen and displayed will be created and inspired by teens (must be grades 9-12) and the experiences they have had as young individuals in today’s society. Please click here for more information on how to submit your work to the Teen Angst exhibition.
All work must be original and completed within the participant’s high school career, and be accompanied by a brief description connecting it to the exhibit’s theme, Teen Angst.