About What's Going On

An Online Exhibit starting July 22, 2020.

 

The Theme
The pandemic, its impact on our lives, its ongoing social consequences.

The killing of George Floyd, the upsurge of consciousness of racism, the demands for change now at last. 

Our conflicted politics, our damaged economy, our disrupted employment. Our private lives, our public lives. 

Grave dangers and signs of hope.

 

HCA resumes its visual arts exhibitions with an open call to all artists, writers, and observers.  You are invited to submit work to be considered for About What's Going On, an online exhibition launching July 22 at hopartscenter.org. Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and People's Choices winners will be aannounced August 1, 2020.

 

Visual art and written texts (maximum 100 words), commentary in any form that can be appreciated online is welcome. Since viewers will access the show online only, please be certain that your work can be clearly seen on a computer or cell phone screen.

 

Please submit up to three artworks by July 10 at 11:59pm. No entry fee for HCA members (simply use code HCAmember when payment is required). $20 for non members. (To become an HCA Member, go to https://www.hopartscenter.org/support-hca/membership

 

Selections will be announced July 15. 

Thanks, be well, stay safe.

 

Commission Structure: 

Artists receive 70% commission and the HCA receives 30% for art sold during the exhibition.
The HCA may duplicate and reproduce images of work for purposes of public relations and exhibition announcements directly related to the exhibition. 

About the HCA: 
Serving individuals of all ages, cultures, and artistic abilities across the MetroWest region, the HCA develops artistic skills, offers outstanding artistic performances and exhibitions, and enables visitors to experience art in all forms. Under one roof, we celebrate art through classes and events in visual art, theater, music, dance, ceramics, writing, and film. 

In 2015 we opened our expanded art center, with a new exhibition space, a 200-seat performance space, and newly renovated classrooms. The Delbridge Family Performance Space and the Lotvin Family Gallery annually present dozens of productions and exhibitions by students and adults, amateurs and professionals. Created in 2011, HCA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community arts center, fosters and celebrates the creative spirit in everyone.

To submit your work, go to the "Register" or "Login" button at the top right of your screen.

Click below for a quick tutorial about how to use this site. If you have trouble with it, you are welcome to call Kris Waldman, Director at 508.589.4409.