Call for entries begins for 2022 annual juried exhibition

Published 4:58 pm Tuesday, August 23, 2022

The Suffolk Art League, in cooperation with the Suffolk Art Gallery, is accepting entries for its annual juried exhibition.

The 2022 Juried Exhibition is set to run from Octo. 22 through Dec. 2. Artists may enter up to three original artworks in any media, but they must not have been exhibited at the Suffolk Art Gallery and must have been completed within the last two years. The deadline to enter artwork for consideration is 5 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 8.

The entry fee is $15 for Suffolk Art League members and $45 non-members.


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Entries must be submitted digitally either by email or on a flash drive or CD. Also, entries must include a completed entry form, entry fee and quality images of artwork.

To get a complete Juried Exhibition prospectus, visit the Suffolk Art League online at–events.html.

The juror for the 2022 exhibition is Beth Hinderliter, director of the Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art and associate professor of art history at James Madison University. As a curator, she works inclusively to curate contemporary art exhibitions engaged in the care of new possible worlds and social relations. Previous exhibitions include Colonial Wounds/Postcolonial Repair, Skeena Reece, and Exuberance: Dialogues in African American Abstract Painting. She is the co-editor of “More than Our Pain: Affect and Emotion in the Era of Black Lives Matter” and “Antagonizing White Feminism: Intersectionality’s Critique of Women’s Studies and the Academy” (Lexington, 2019).

Awards for the exhibition total $2,575 and the first-place prize includes $500 along with the opportunity for a one-person exhibit at the Suffolk Art Gallery.

For more information or to receive the prospectus by mail, contact the Suffolk Art League at 757-925-0448 or email

The Suffolk Art League serves as a community oriented fine arts organization dedicated to making the arts accessible to the Suffolk community and throughout Hampton Roads