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Call for Entries

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The Art Department of Sinclair Community College is seeking exhibition proposals.

Artists residing within the United States who have a professional body of work. Multi-artist or group shows will be considered.

The Sinclair Community College Art Galleries promote the development of professional and student artists and serve as an educational resource for the entire community. The mission of the gallery program is to advocate and encourage the practice and appreciation of the various forms, media, and artistic expressions open to the contemporary artist and viewer. Criteria for acceptance include embodiment of formal artistic concepts, innovative approaches, and professional presentation. The Art Department aims to present to students and the community as many styles and concepts as possible including but not limited to the students' study of ceramics, collage, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.

Gallery Spaces
Sinclair has two separate, professionally designed galleries.

  • The Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery is designed for the exhibition of all media, including electronic and installation work.
  • The Works on Paper Gallery is a glass enclosed case 7’ tall x 37’ wide x 14” deep. Works on exhibit should be matted but need not be framed.
  • Gallery information may be found on our Galleries Detail Page.

Exhibition Details
Exhibits are scheduled on a four-to-six-week rotation. Technology must be provided by the artist if their exhibitions require any digital displays such as monitors/projectors/etc. View a draft Exhibition Agreement HERE.

All reasonable steps will be taken in the care and handling of work. However, artists exhibit “at their own risk.” Neither the Sinclair Community College Art Department, nor the Art Galleries will be liable for any losses, costs, or damage that may occur. Sinclair Community College does not hold gallery insurance. The artist is responsible for expenses and insurance while artwork is being transported to and from the gallery.

Virtual Artist Talk
A virtual, recorded artist talk is requested but not required.

Submission Requirements
Digital submissions should be e-mailed to: and contain:

  • 10 images (jpg format, 72 dpi, 1200 widest/tallest dimension)
  • An identifying list with titles, sizes, and media
  • A resume or CV
  • Artist statement
  • Exhibition Application

Submission Deadline
Submit your entry by December 10, 2024 to be reviewed in January 2025.

Amanda Darrah, Galleries Coordinator
Sinclair Community College  |  444 West Third Street, Dayton, OH 45402  |  Art Department, Building 13, Room 401
937-512-2253  |  |

Annual Fine Art Student Juried Exhibition

Every Spring the art galleries host an exhibit of student work. Any student who has taken fine art studio class in the previous year is eligible to submit up to three pieces in any of the categories of Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Ceramics, Photography, Printmaking, and Collage.

Look for a prospectus in the art studios or in the Art Office: Building 13, Room 201 or ask your professors for details.