January 2021 All-Media Show Entry Fee

January 2021 All-Media Show Entry Fee

$0.00 - $36.00

January 2021 ALL-MEDIA SHOW

  • Submission Dates December 1-19, 2020
  • Artists Notified: Wednesday, December 23, 2021 via Email
  • Artwork Drop Off: Thurs., Jan. 7, 2021 – Sat., Jan. 9, 2021 by Noon. All art juried into the show will be shown in the gallery as well as online.
  • Exhibition Hung: Sunday, January 10, 2021
  • Exhibition Opening: Friday, January 15, 2020 from 6-9pm
  • Exhibition End Date: Sunday, March 7, 2021
  • Artwork Available for Artists to Pick Up: Monday, March 8, 2021


  • No Theme - All Media
  • All work submitted must be for sale.
  • Entry fee is $12 per submission for the general public (with a limit of three submissions) and $9 per submission for Crossroads Gallery Members. Gallery Members receive a fourth entry for free.
  •  For more information, download the All-Media Show application form.
 How To Submit: 
  1. First Click on the PDF Form 2021 Juried All-Media Show Agreement (pdf) 
  2. Prepare digital images for submission. 
  3. Email completed PDF Application and digital images as attachments to the following address: cacamsentries@gmail.com.
  4. Pay the All-Media Show Entry Fee  on this page!
  5.  Look for a submission confirmation email in your inbox within 3 business days.   

Crossroads Art Center is excited to announce an online call for entries the January  All-Media Show juried by JC Gilmore-Bryan and John Bryan

JC Gilmore-Bryan is recognized internationally for her explorations and experimentations with non-traditional screenprint techniques and materials – especially regarding her artworks of Notre-Dame Cathedral that she created onsite during residencies in Paris in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. 

She earned art degrees from MTSU, Vanderbilt, and Columbia, JC’s professional career was launched into the epicenter of nonconventional contemporary art in 1975 when she was selected by artist Red Grooms for his “Ruckus Construction Company”: the team of artists that created a 3-D caricature of New York City, entitled “Ruckus Manhattan,” that included a 30-foot World Trade Center, a 37-foot subway car with passengers, a 31-foot Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, Woolworth Building, etc. etc. – all created and exhibited (prior to touring internationally) in the celebrated 88 Pine Street building that was designed by the world’s most renown architect of the time, I.M. Pei, and with the entire project assisted by the then-new organization, Creative Time, which has now commissioned and presented public art projects by thousands of artists worldwide. Noted critic Judd Tully wrote a book about Ruckus Manhattan in which he said this: “Ruckus curtsied to an avalanche of bravo reviews. Never before had the hoards of Gotham invaded the elitist gallery corridors . . . like Barnum & Bailey at Madison Square Garden.”  Learn More

John Bryan’s fish paintings have been featured in such publications as Fly Fisherman MagazineGray’s Sporting Journal, and the landmark book, America’s Favorite Flies. His writings about fish have been featured in hundreds of publications ranging from Sports Illustrated to Field & Stream to Writer’s Digest. He has authored several fishing books including Take Me Fishing (Skyhorse, 2009) which has a Foreword by President Jimmy Carter and an Introduction by former Executive Editor of The New York Times Howell Raines. His career has included 23 years at the internationally lauded Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts where he was Associate Dean, and 6 years as founder and President of CultureWorks, the organization that champions the arts in Richmond, Virginia. His honors include the national Selena Roberts Ottum Award presented by the National Endowment for the Arts and Americans for the Arts. His education includes degrees from Davidson, Vanderbilt, and The City College of New York. (All proceeds that the artist receives from sales are donated for autism research, education, and service.)