2022 Members Show May 3 – May 21 2022
Announcing Our Annual Members Show
Northern California Arts, Inc. Members Show will be held at Sacramento Fine Arts Center May 3-21, 2022. It is our time to shine. Not a member? Join NCA and show with us!
The entry will be online, using Entrythingy, as last year. Online entry will be at Entrythingy.com/d=norcalartsinc.org Online entry has began now and ends April 2, 2022. Get our best art ready!
- Show Dates: May 3 – May 21, 2022
- 2nd Saturday Reception: May 14, 2022
- Online entry is open through April 2, 2022
- Notification of Acceptance: April 8, 2022
- Deliver to Sac Arts: Friday April 22, 1-5 pm, Saturday April 23, 11 am-3 pm
- Take down and artist pickup TBA (to be announced), or by appointment the following week during gallery open hours
Our members show judge will consider all work entered for acceptance. The awards for the art will include Excellence Awards by category, including oil painting, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, drawing, photography, digital art, sculpture, fiber and mixed media.
So get your art ready. Let’s show the region what we are! Prepare to volunteer and help us. Tell all your friends and associates about the exhibit!
Instructions for Accepted Entrants:
Hand deliver accepted artwork on Friday March 26, 1-5 pm and Saturday March 27, 11 am-3 pm.
TO: Sacramento Fine Arts Center
NCA Members Show
5330-B Gibbons Dr., Carmichael, CA 95608
Meet the Judge: David Sobon
Our judge is David Sobon is the founder, producer, and board chairman of the nonprofit, Wide Open Walls. He has served on the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, juried numerous art competitions, and is passionate about collecting the work of local artists.
David thought Sacramento could benefit from art activation and increased community engagement. This led to David founding the Sacramento Mural Festival, which was produced in conjunction with the Friends of the Arts Commission in 2016. In 2017, with an even more ambitious vision, David formed Wide Open Walls.
David is a tireless advocate for the arts and for the city of Sacramento. He is a high-energy connector of people, and his enthusiasm and drive make things happen. David has no plans to slow down. He has found his passion – showcasing the diverse, innovative, and rapidly evolving cultural landscape of Sacramento, while also promoting the excitement and accessibility of street art both locally, nationally, and worldwide.