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Call Opens for 4th Annual Juried Exhibition

The Arts Council of White Lake - Nuveen Center (ACWL-Nuveen) is excited to announce a call for artists for the 4th Annual Juried Exhibition, which will run from March 15 - April 20, 2024. This exhibit is open to all artists 18+ working in 2-D, 3-D and digital media. Cash prizes will be awarded.


To view and download the guidelines click HERE

To apply click HERE


Artists from the 2023 Juried Exhibition


Artwork from the 2023 Juried Exhibition


Up to two pieces may be submitted. The entry fee is $15 for ACWL-Nuveen members and $25 for non-members. Payment must be completed along with artwork entry. Artists should be prepared with the title, medium, price, dimensions, and a quality image (or two) of each piece of art. High-quality images are especially encouraged! To get some tips for photographing your artwork, take a look at this blog post from Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. The deadline to apply is Friday, February 23, 2024.




About the Juror: Mallory Shotwell, the Executive Director at Cultivate, an arts organization in Grand Rapids, Michigan, brings over 13 years of diverse experience to her role, encompassing arts administration, curatorial expertise, and art education. As both the Founder and Director, she has been a driving force in establishing Cultivate as an essential part of the art community.


Her tenure at Cultivate has been marked by a harmonious blend of managing the art gallery, overseeing a comprehensive art education program, and facilitating an artist resource center. Each aspect is given equal importance, reflecting Mallory's holistic approach to nurturing the arts. The gallery under her leadership showcases a range of local, regional, and national artists, while the education program offers studio based art education for all ages. The artist resource center, seamlessly integrated into Cultivate's framework, provides vital support for artists' professional development.


Before Cultivate, Mallory's professional journey includes significant roles in arts administration and curation, showcasing her depth of experience in the field. Her leadership style is defined by collaboration, with a strong emphasis on community engagement and fostering artistic dialogue. Her art practice is similarly based in the intersection of community and mutual care, noted by bodies of work that are deeply investigative and interdisciplinary.  


Outside of her professional commitments, Mallory is deeply engaged in personal pursuits that mirror her professional passion. She enjoys reading, gardening, and the art of slow cooking, and is a mother to a 15-year-old son. This personal connection to art extends beyond her professional life, reflecting her commitment to the arts in both spheres.


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