Women’s Works 2020 – 33rd Annual Show
Old Courthouse Arts Center
Entry Deadline: Jan. 26
Women’s Works is a juried international fine art exhibit celebrating women artists. The show is presented annually by the Northwest Area Arts Council at the Old Court House Arts Center and has become a highly anticipated local event. Women’s Works provides an opportunity to showcase the creative artwork of women artists in North America and Internationally during March (Women’s History Month) and April each year. This is the 33rd Anniversary of the Women’s Works show.
This year’s show will be judged by fine art photographer, Helen Smith-Romer. Romer works with collaged color photography using a repetition of human features to create bright, surrealist portraits and settings contrasted against a dark background. Romer states that her current body of work, “investigates the paradoxical beauty and mysticism of assemblages and the process of doing imagery.” Her work can be found in various collections across the country, including the University of Minnesota and the Chicago Historical Society.
For more information on Helene and her work, please visit her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/helene.smithromer
Women’s Works is open to all women artists in any media. There is a $40 entry fee (no further charge if accepted) and prizes of more than $1500.
To apply, visit www.CallForEntry.org and search for Women’s Works. The prospectus for Women’s Works can be found at: