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First Thursdays at Orlando Museum of Art - "Feminine Vision"

March 05, 2020

Creativity, sensitivity, openness, caring, intuition, movement, flow, receptivity, and change are some of the elements associated with it. The five senses—taste, touch, sight, sound and smell—are others. Feminine energy is often connected to the natural world (Mother Earth) and bodies of water. Many important women throughout history have become “mothers” to their people. What is your artistic interpretation of feminine energy? Submissions in all mediums are welcome. 

First Thursdays at Orlando Museum of Art - "Artist's Choice, Best of the Arts Registry"

April 02, 2020

Florida artists who are members of are invited to submit works that showcase their favorite subjects in any style or theme. is an online community of artists who have found that by joining together they can maximize their public exposure and connect with galleries and collectors. This show seeks to present the best works from local members of this talented group of artists.

First Thursdays at Orlando Museum of Art - "Art on the Fringe"

May 07, 2020

Celebrating with our friends the Orlando Fringe Festival in their 28th season, we invite artists to submit their unconventional art to help create unusual art bazaar. Your interpretation of art on the fringe can range from nontraditional styles, subject matter, and themes to uncommon media and materials. Please submit your abnormal, offbeat, curious, irreverent, otherworldly, surrealistic, and extraordinary works.

First Thursdays at Orlando Museum of Art - "Tattoo You"

June 04, 2020

Tattoos are a big part of our culture. Over 35% of Americans ages 18-25 have at least one. These people are walking canvases, and tattoos are modern art. We invite artists (including tattoo artists) to submit works influenced by tattoo subject matter and styles for this fun summer show. Common tattoo themes include: Mom, sailors, lovers, ex-lovers, music, popular culture, and spiritual symbols. We also encourage interpretations of major tattoo styles including: Traditional, Realism, Tribal, Watercolor, New School, Japanese, Blackwork, and Neo-Traditional. All forms of media—including tattoo artist sketchbooks—are welcome.

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