In collaboration with the Office of the Governor, GCA facilitates this rotating exhibit that seeks to capture the uniqueness of Georgia landscapes and communities as seen, explored and depicted by Georgia’s artists. The two-dimensional images cover a wide range of media that includes, but is not limited to, photography, paintings, works on paper and mixed media. Artwork is sought annually from artists in a specific region of the state and is exhibited in the Office of the Governor in the Capitol as well as in the Governor’s Mansion.
Current Call for Work: The Art of Georgia IV: Imaging Home; Landscapes
The Office of the Governor in partnership with Georgia Council for the Arts is pleased to announce the second call of Governor Kemp’s Administration for The Art of Georgia IV: Imaging Home; Landscapes. Please view the submission guidelines for detailed information regarding each exhibit.
The next call for entries is for counties in the southwest region of the state. Please see the submission guidelines for a complete list of eligible counties. Submissions will be due by July 9, 2021.
Art of Georgia IV Digital Guides
The program, which began in 2012, has exhibited 354 works of art by 261 Georgia artists to date. Digital exhibit guides for each show can be found below.
The Art of Georgia I: Celebrating Georgia’s Landscapes and People Digital Guides
The Art of Georgia II: Portraits of Community
The Art of Georgia II: Digital Exhibit Guides
The Art of Georgia III: Celebrating Home
Entries for The Art of Georgia III: Celebrating Home, South Georgia Region are now being accepted. See the guidelines for complete county list. Deadline to submit work is March 20, 2018.
Like the two before, this third iteration of the program seeks to capture the uniqueness of communities throughout Georgia as seen, explored, and depicted through the artist’s eye. Submission guidelines and digital exhibit guide to current and past exhibits are available.
Georgia Council for the Arts in collaboration with the Office of the Governor, is pleased to announce a call for entries for The Art of Georgia III: Celebrating Home. This third iteration of the exhibit, like the two before, seeks to capture the uniqueness of communities throughout Georgia as seen, explored, and depicted through the artist’s eye. Two-dimensional visual art, in a variety of media, exploring this theme will be considered. *Please note that the state has been divided into only two regions for The Art of Georgia III. See the guidelines for the county list.
The Art of Georgia III Digital Exhibit Guides