Saratoga Arts' mission is to enrich the region by
cultivating a vibrant arts community and by
ensuring that the arts are accessible to all.

Breaking the Grid: An Online Community Art Show and Fundraiser for Saratoga Arts!  Viewable online June 14 – September 5, 2020

Breaking the Grid is an adaptation of our annual 10×10 community art show.  This year we are “breaking the grid” by lifting the 10″x10″ size requirement!  Since this show will be presented in an online format, without the limits of our gallery walls, we don’t need all of the artwork to be the same size!  This show is open to everyone! Whether you are just starting to get your artwork out into the world or whether you have been showing your work for years, everyone is invited to submit work, young and old, with no jury process!

 

Participation Step by Step:

  1. Fill out our Artwork Submission form HERE Please read the submission guidelines very carefully!

  2. Pay the $5 submission fee HERE  You also have the option of mailing in a check to Saratoga Arts (320 Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866)

  3. Email your artwork images to Becky Zeh, Exhibitions Coordinator at rzeh@saratoga-arts.org

And that’s it!  We are so excited to see how this show comes together and evolves over the course of the summer!  Thank you so much for participating and for your continued support of Saratoga Arts!  As always, don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have by contacting Becky Zeh, Exhibitions Coordinator at rzeh@saratoga-arts.org

Would you like some tips and tricks for creating high quality images of your work to submit to online exhibits such as this one? 

Well here’s your chance to work with master photographer himself, Harry Wirtz!  He will be teaching a two part online class on how to do just that, Part 1 on May 21st and Part 2 on May 22nd!  You can register for his class HERE.  He will also be teaching an online class specific to photographing 3D artwork on June 18th and 19th, you can register for that class HERE.  Having top notch images of your artwork is crucial!  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn from and expert!