What is a Juried Show?

To have something ‘juried’ means to submit a piece of art for review by a single juror or sometimes a panel. The art in question is typically accepted based on technical skill, creativity, composition, the medium, and other requirements dependent on the juror. All jurors are different and have different requirements, while we cannot say what our jurors will have in mind for this show, it is important to note that all high quality fine art stands a fair chance at being accepted.

SCA’s 2018 Annual Juried Show!

The SCA’s Annual Juried Art Show is coming up! The show will be up in the gallery from August 3 until August 25th. New this year is an evening opening reception and awards on Friday August 10th, from 6-8pm. We are excited to continue to grow our Sculpture category in the juried show!

The Juried Show is open to all SCA members and residents and non-member artists of Durham Region! We are accepting paintings in all media with a maximum of 2 pieces per artist, and again year we are accepting sculpture with a maximum of 2 pieces per artist.

Due to a high volume of submissions only those selected to be exhibited will be notified by phone and/or email by Wednesday evening August 1. Those not notified must pick up their work on Thursday August 2 between 11:00 am and 4:00pm.

Contact the SCA for a Juried Show form, or download here.  Complete the form and submit in advance with $20 to ($15 for SCA Members) the Scugog Council for the Arts. If you are mailing the form and cheque it must arrive before July 30, 2018, or completed applications, art, and fees can be dropped off altogether at the gallery on Tuesday, July 31st between 12-8pm.



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