Gallery 110 - 110 Third Avenue S.
Emerging Artist Scholarship Competition
Elisheba Johnson – co-founder of Wa Na Wari, a center for Black art & culture in Seattle’s Central District.
George Brandt – Gallery 110 artist, curator, and founder.
JoEllen Wang – co-winner Gallery 110 Emerging Artist competition (2019).
Talent is everywhere, opportunity is not. To address this, Gallery 110 invites emerging artists who self-describe as Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) to apply to become members of Gallery 110, a Pioneer Square artist collective with a 20-year history of welcoming and exhibiting Emerging Artists.
BIPOC Emerging Artists who would find our gallery membership dues a barrier are invited to submit their work to the 2022 scholarship competition by February 28, 2022. Application information at www.gallery110.com/emerging-artist-program.
Our jurors will award up to seven fully funded 2-year memberships in Gallery 110, which include gallery representation, a website artist page, a solo exhibition within the following 24 months, mentoring as a professional fine artist, and participating in gallery decision-making and operations as a full member-owner.
Eligibility: Applicants must
· Be visual artists (2D & 3D)
· Be at least 18 years old
· Be King County residents
· No prior solo exhibitions in commercial or public galleries except for student exhibitions at matriculating institutions
· Communicate serious long-term art goals, desire to be an active member of Gallery 110, and agree to contract terms
· Must self-identify as *BIPOC (Alaskan Native, Asian/Asian-American/Pacific Islander or Hawaiian, Black/African/African-American, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Native American or Indigenous, or South Asian)
More Information: www.gallery110.com