2023 Spring Juried Exhibition
Deadline to submit: January 13, 2023
Since 1910, OAL's annual juried exhibitions continue to be the backbone of the organization's artistic programming, showcasing current work by Ohio artists. For each exhibition, the juror(s) invited by OAL’s Board will apply contemporary standards of excellence to select visual art of the highest merit.
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Jurors: Dani and Sheilah ReStack
Dani’s work is made with an emotional logic, questioning cultural, personal and animal realities. She got her MFA at UIC in 2003 in Studio Art and an MFA in Film/Video at Bard College in 2010. She has screened at Union Docs, Oberhausen, Rotterdam, MoMA PS1, Anthology Film Archives and Projections.
Sheilah uses photography, video, and text as performative and documentary tools to analyze the traces between history, story and the land. Sheilah got her MFA from Goldsmith College in London in 2005. She has had exhibitions at Ortega y Gasset Projects, The Knockdown Center, Queen Elizabeth Park, New Zealand and the
Their recent collaborations have shown at Camden Art Center, MoMA, TCU Contemporary, the 2017 Whitney Biennial, Iceberg Projects Chicago, TorontoInternational Film Festival, Images Film Festival, Toronto, Lyric Theater, Carrizozo, NM, Leslie Lohman Project Space, Gaa Wellfleet and The Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio.
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Entrants must be at least 18 years of age
Artists may enter only their original work
Artwork must have been completed in the last four years
Artists may enter up to three (3) pieces
Artwork larger than 48" x 48" or that requires specific installation methods can be submitted and awarded but may not be exhibited due to venue constraints.
Juror will award up to 6 winners: $500 for Best of Show, $200 for second place, and $100 for third place; with up to three possible Honorable Mention.
The curators reserve the right to refuse entry of materials not prepared to the specifications listed on the entry form.
of an entry shall constitute agreement on the part of the artist or
artist's representative that said images may be used without restriction
by the exhibition’s coordinators for the purpose of promoting and
documenting the exhibition (e.g., press releases, posters, internet
promotion, grant requests and reports)
– All monies from art sales will be disbursed as follows: 40% split between OAL and the Columbus Cultural Art Center and 60%
to the artist within 45 days after the conclusion of the exhibition.
Please price your work accordingly.
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