Call for Entries: One Bay / Shrinking Shorelines, Toxic Waters   Recently updated !


BridgeMaker Arts seeks art submissions for an upcoming online exhibition launching on Earth Day: April 22, 2021.

We are seeking artworks from San Francisco Bay Area artists which remind us of the beauty of the bay and its shoreline communities.

Our inspiration comes from our hometown, Richmond. Chevron oil spills and contested shoreline projects have threatened the health of the bay, deprived our community of open shoreline, and disturb land filled with toxic chemicals. The wildlife above and beneath the bay is at risk. All that we stand to lose.

These artworks are a call to action. So much has already been lost. We welcome your artworks and ideas.

FAQ

  • Entry Deadline is April 15.
  • Please submit 3-5 samples of your artworks (paintings, photographs, or mixed media artworks) as .jpgs via email (scroll down for form)
  • There is a tax-deductible donation requested for each submission of $0-15 (click to donate via PayPal).
  • Online exhibit launches on Earth Day 4/22/21 with a virtual Artists Talk.
  • Physical exhibit to be announced.

APPLY NOW

Each uploaded image can be up to 10,000KB. Please watch for the confirmation message after hitting the "submit" button, so you can be sure your entry is well received.

Issues? You can alternatively use our Google Form. You may also email us bridgemakerartsrus@gmail.com.

Name:
E-mail:
Phone:
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Website/Online Portfolio
Instagram Handle
Artwork 1 *
Artwork 2
Artwork 3
Artwork 4
Artwork 5
Please list the title + materials for each of the submitted artworks
Short Bio*

About BMA

BridgeMakerARTS is a 501c non-profit operating in Richmond, CA. Our mission is to serve and enrich community culture, pride and involvement by providing public exposure to art and a means for participation in creative arts, crafts, and maker fabrication technologies.

LINKS / INSPIRATION

Point Molate Alliance
SF Chronicle: Richmond Sued Over Plan to Develop Site
Baykeeper: Plan to Build Housing on a former Superfund Site