This call is open to all artists living within a 50 mile radius of WAAM.

THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR WAAM MEMBERS.  If you are not a current member of WAAM, please use the form for non-members or join WAAM by clicking HERE. 

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Banner Project 


                                        WAAM Banner Proposal

The doors that bring you inside the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum may be closed for the moment, but the exterior is just sitting there waiting for some love. We normally have four big window banners on the outside of the building, promoting the exhibitions on view. But now we want to use that space to install a "show" and send a message to the town--and the world-- that we're still here, the artists are still here AND we want to help our community during this crisis. WAAM will be donating all submission fees directly to Project Resilience, a community fund and local food distribution effort to support residents impacted by COVID-19 that also simultaneously provides support to small businesses. 

  • One work from four individual artists will be chosen, printed digitally on vinyl, and hung vertically (only). Click HERE for images of the building and installation site.
  • Artists may submit three images, although if chosen, only one will be used.
  • Selected work will be digitally reproduced so all media are welcome. 
  • Banner dimensions are 36" x 72”. The original artwork does not need to be that size, just be sure submitted images have a 1:2 ratioNote: Margins can be unpredictable in the printing process, so exact edges where the printer cuts the image may vary, give or take 2". 
  • Submissions open Friday, April 3 at 5PM
  • Deadline is Midnight, Sunday, April 12, 2020 
  • Artist notification Wednesday, April 15
  • Juror: Joy Taylor, painter, sculptor, collage and public works artist. 

Keep in mind these banners will be seen from the street as people walk by, so please submit eye-catching work. And because the world needs some uplift right now we'll be looking for proposals that, in some way, remind everyone of the strength of the human spirit. Color can do that. Words can do that. Your submission doesn't have to have a direct message about resiliency, although it may. Surprise us!

This is a fundraiser for people in serious need during this crisis, but we hope you'll have a good time submitting and don't get too bogged down in the details. The call is only open for nine days so everyone's gotta work fast. We want to get those banners up and see the smiles on our neighbor's faces asap.

Donations/Fees:

As a WAAM member you have no submission fee, but we hope you'll join us by donating a small amount to those in need. There are three donation options offered below; $10, $20 or $30, in the "Add-on Payments" button. Please give only what you're comfortable. We are sensitive to how fragile a moment this is for all of us, and are grateful if you can join us in supporting the community.

Contact me with questions: diane@woodstockart.org

Thank you!

Diane Dwyer 

Gallery Director Woodstock Artists Association & Museum


This call is open to all artists living within a 50 mile radius of WAAM.

THIS IS AN APPLICATION FOR ARTISTS WHO ARE NOT WAAM MEMBERS. Interested in joining WAAM? Click HERE 

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Banner Proposal 


                                        WAAM Banner Proposal:

The doors that bring you inside the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum may be closed for the moment, but the exterior is just sitting there waiting for some love. We normally have four big window banners on the outside of the building, promoting the exhibitions on view. But now we want to use that space to install a "show" and send a message to the town--and the world-- that we're still here, the artists are still here AND we want to help our community during this crisis. WAAM will be donating all submission fees directly to Project Resilience, a community fund and local food distribution effort to support residents impacted by COVID-19 that also simultaneously provides support to small businesses. 

  • One work from four individual artists will be chosen, printed digitally on vinyl, and hung vertically (only). Click HERE for images of the building and installation site.
  • Artists may submit three images, although if chosen, only one will be used.
  • Selected work will be digitally reproduced so all media are welcome. 
  • Banner dimensions are 36 x 72”, so submitted images must have a 1:2 ratioNote: Margins can be unpredictable in the printing process, so exact edges where the printer cuts the image may vary, give or take 2". 
  • Submissions open Friday, April 3 at 5PM
  • Deadline is Midnight, Sunday, April 12  
  • Artist notification Wednesday, April 15
  • Juror: Joy Taylor, painter, sculptor, collage and public works artist. 

Keep in mind these will be seen from the street, as people walk by, so please submit eye-catching work. And because the world needs some uplift right now we'll be looking for proposals that, in some way, remind everyone of the strength of the human spirit. Color can do that. Words can do that. Your submission doesn't have to have a direct message about resiliency, although it may. Surprise us.

This is a fundraiser for people in serious need during this crisis, but we hope you'll have a good time submitting and don't get too bogged down in the details. The call is only open for nine days so everyone's gotta work fast. We want to get those banners up and see the smiles on our neighbor's faces asap.Thank you!

Donation/Fee:

WAAM will donate all submissions fees raised by this call directly to to Project Resilience. There are two donation options offered below, $20 or $30. Please give only what you're comfortable. We are sensitive to how fragile a moment this is for all of us and are grateful that you'll join us in supporting the community.

Contact me with questions: diane@woodstockart.org

Thank you!

Diane Dwyer 

Gallery Director Woodstock Artists Association & Museum

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum