I LIKE YOUR WORK submit your work
We consider every artist who applies for future curatorial work.
All artists will also be considered for the podcast and to be featured on our social media.
OPEN CALL-ONLINE EXHIBITION
JURIED BY CURATOR KIRSTIN LAMB
STUDIO VISIT ARTIST
Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration to our February 2020 Online Exhibition juried by the artist & curator Kirstin Lamb.
All submissions will be considered for future group shows, to be featured on social media and podcast interviews.
One artist will be selected to be interviewed on I Like Your Work and one artist will be selected to be interviewed by Kirstin on the site.
Artists who are NOT accepted will receive a PDF of observations/tips for applying to juried shows written by Erika Hess.
Deadline: Jan 15, 2020
All media will be accepted.
In order to apply please follow the instructions.
Please email the following to
- Website Link
-Insta handle link
Subject Headline: WINTER 2020
Please format images as follows:
Application fee $15. Please pay through the button below.
Please do not send Google Drive Folders or Zip Files.
Application Deadline: Jan 15, 2020
The exhibition will go live: Feb 15, 2020
You can see our Online Space by visiting our recent show Be. Long.
Apply to be a Studio Visit Artist! We highlight one Studio Visit Artist a week. Each studio visit artist has their work introduced on the podcast, on our social media, and on our website.
To apply, submit 3-5 images to with your bio, artist statement, website & Instagram link. There is a $5 application fee, please pay through the button below.
Juror Bio: Kirstin Lamb is an artist and curator based in Providence, Rhode Island. Lamb has an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been exhibited internationally and was included in Danielle Krysa aka The Jealous Curator’s recent book, “A Big Important Artist: A Womanual”. Lamb has curated various exhibitions including Dot Conference currently in its second location at Room 83 in Boston, MA and her recent exhibition, Indoor Voices, was reviewed in Hyperallergic. She is currently the curator at The Yard, Williamsburg.