CVAA puts out call for entry for 2017/18 shows

The deadline for the Chilliwack Visual Artists Association's call for entry for 2017/18 is Aug. 30

The deadline is fast approaching for the Chilliwack Visual Artists Association’s call for entry for its upcoming art shows.

Aug. 30 is the last day for entry submissions for the 2017 and 2018 calendar years. The call for entry is an invitation to visual artists or art groups to submit entries for juried exhibitions to be held at the Chilliwack Art Gallery.

To answer this call, submit:• artist’s or groups name(s) and contact information• art media• artist biography• artist statement• six to eight samples of your work on CD in jpeg or pdf format, or good-quality photographic prints minimum size  5”x7”

Submission may be dropped off at the O’Connor Group Art Gallery (9201 Corbould St.) during gallery hours (Wednesday to Saturday 12-5 p.m.) or mailed to:CVAA Gallery Show Submissions9201 Corbould StreetChilliwack, B.C.V2P 4A6

Artists will be notified of the jury’s decision by Oct. 1, 2016. There is no cost for submitting but there are exhibition fees.

For more information, refer to ‘overview of the competition’ on the application form found on at, or pick up a copy from the art gallery desk during gallery open hours.

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