Vessels- Call for Entries

Susquehanna Art Museum

Entry Deadline: Apr. 6

1401 North 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17102

From Friday May 12 through Sunday August 6, 2017 the Susquehanna Art Museum will present Vessels, a juried exhibition in the Lobby Gallery and Vault. Works selected for this exhibition will consider the functions and possibilities of a vessel, both visually and conceptually. These works may include, but are not limited to: ceramics, mixed media sculpture, painting, drawing, performance, video, and graphic design.

Thursday, April 6: Deadline for submissions. No late submissions will be reviewed.
Monday, May 1: Selected work must be delivered during pre-arranged appointment times.

– FREE for current Susquehanna Art Museum members- up to 3 pieces
– Fee for non-members- $15 per artwork, up to 3 pieces Visit: to learn how to become a member today!
– The preferred method of payment is online at
– – Non-refundable checks made out to Susquehanna Art Museum will also be accepted. Mail to Susquehanna Art Museum, c/o Lauren Nye, 1401 North 3rd Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102, with “Submission Fee” in the memo.

Submissions are open to all artists. Work must be original and completed in the last three years. Entries in all media are accepted. Artists are responsible for all shipping/transport costs for artwork.
Submissions of up to 3 pieces will be accepted in digital format only, sent to [email protected] with the subject line “Vessels Entry.”
Image file naming must be as follows: LastName,FirstName_TitleOfPiece.jpg (or other standard image file format). All images must be print quality, at least 300 DPI, no larger than 2MB.
– Supporting information that must be included in the body of the submission email or an attached editable document:
– artist information (artist name, address, phone, email address), Susquehanna Art Museum membership status, full list of submitted works (title, medium, date completed, dimensions, insurance value), and artist statement
– All work must be prepared for exhibition, ready to hang (2D work) or install (3D work). No exceptions.
– By entering the jurying process, the artist agrees to have his/her work available for the duration of the exhibition and to deliver the original artwork during the agreed-upon dates. The artist grants the organizers permission to photograph works for publicity, educational, and reference purposes.

Questions about the submission process? Contact Exhibitions Director Lauren Nye at [email protected]

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