Visual Voltage box at Dignity Health

Deadline: EXTENDED to January 31, 2020 | 11:59pm PT

Dignity Health is seeking artists residing in the Yolo County and surrounding regions with experience in the design, fabrication, and installation of public artworks. Artists are asked to submit their qualifications along with a design proposal to be considered for a public art project to be integrated on a utility box at Woodland Memorial Hospital, which is located at 1325 Cottonwood Street. The specific utility box is located near the West Gibson Road, Emergency Room entrance to the Woodland Memorial Hospital campus.

Consideration will be given to artists residing and working in the Yolo County region. Applications will only be accepted through email to aflory@yoloarts.org or hardcopy submission to PO Box 8250, Woodland, CA 95776.

Call for Art +

Copy of Mural Competition
"My Yolo", Gladys Padilla, 2019, Woodland High School
"My Yolo", Gladys Padilla, 2019, Woodland High School
YoloArts 2nd Annual High School Mural Competition

Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020 | 5 p.m.

YoloArts is hosting the second annual Yolo County High School Mural Competition. We are looking for high school student groups or class teams to design and fabricate a mural to be installed at the Gibson House and Property in Woodland, CA. This mural will be temporary and will be on view for a period of 1 year.

This years theme is “Our Family History. ”Students are invited to reflect on and share their own family history with their class and ask the questions: How, why, and when did they come to Yolo County? Who else was living/working here at that time?

All high school art Students in Yolo County are invited to submit a design proposal.

Call for Art & Application+

call for exhibitions (2)
The Barn Gallery
Call for Exhibitions

Deadline: Ongoing

YoloArts is seeking group exhibition proposals for quarterly exhibits at The Barn Gallery on the Gibson House & Property in Woodland, CA.

Artists (minimum 4 or more), artist associations, and organizations are invited to submit proposals now for 2020 | 2021 exhibitions.

+ Exhibition Proposal Guidelines




Gallery Logo
The Gallery at Dignity Health
Call for Arists

Deadline: Ongoing

The Gallery is located on the first floor of the Woodland Memorial Hospital, and is an integral part of the hospital vision to support the role art plays in creating a healing environment for patients, families, and staff.

Through art, this program endeavors to promote a vibrant, healing, and artistic space while supporting the hospital’s desire to improve the quality of the patient’s experience and further the wellness of the community.

Submit your work for consideration for the 2019/20 exhibition season from practicing artists, organizations, and groups. To be considered for exhibition artists must submit online at www.callforentry.org.



Photography Month Sacramento
Call for Participation

Deadline: Ongoing

Photography Month Sacramento is a new biennial happening for the visual arts. Photography Month Sacramento, April 2020 is ramping up for another great offering of exhibits, workshops, field trips, parties and so much more. For the second Photography Month Sacramento, we’ll be including Sacramento, Placer, Nevada, Yolo and El Dorado Counties in the outreach and activities.

Participating museums, galleries, educational institutions, retailers, restaurants, bars, businesses and more, create their own photographic events to celebrate the art of photography throughout the month of April 2020.


My Spain: a land revisited

The Woodland Camera Forum will present a photographic tour, “My Spain: a land revisited”, by guest photographer, Marta Altisent, of Davis. The program is on Tuesday October 17th, at 7 pm at Norton Hall, 70 Cottonwood St., Woodland. “Looking for remote places and solace, I have been doing landscape photography for more than 20 years. … Continued

New Season Community Development Corporation of Esparto Awarded California Arts Council “Local Impact” Grant

Capay Valley, CA – The California Arts Council announced its plans to award funds to New Season Community Development Corporation as part of its Local Impact program. The Local Impact program fosters equity, access, and opportunity by providing project and partnership support for small arts organizations with operating budgets under $1 million. All projects extend … Continued