The Texas Women’s Caucus for Art is calling on local female artists to submit their work to be displayed at the Women’s Museum Building at Fair Park during Dallas Arts Week, starting on April 5.
A local curator will be selecting works to exhibit from submissions made by talented females in the community that are not often recognized by larger art institutions, according to texaswca.org.
Selected artists will be exposed to advertising and press from the TWC, and will have their work displayed as part of the “Women’s Art Fair.”
Current TWC members are encouraged to submit for free, and non-members can choose to either join TWC with a $65 fee or submit via PayPal for a fee of $30.
The deadline to submit is March 6. For more information or to register to submit your work, visit texaswca.org.
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