Glen Echo Park Partnership for the Arts and Culture announces its first juried online art exhibition!



Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture announces its first Call for Artists for a juried online art exhibition! Our theme, Moving Forward, aims to capture and highlight the many voices of the future, and to inspire hope and transformative change in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. These unprecedented times provide a significant moment for each of us to envision the possibilities that await us in our futures. What have we learned to appreciate during this time? How are we innovating as we adapt to the pandemic paradigm? What keeps us inspired? What colors are in our “new normal”? 


As we diversify the way we present artists’ work at Glen Echo Park, this online showcase provides an opportunity to challenge physical art gallery norms as we introduce our new online gallery. With an online show, we are able to open up this Artist Call nationally, to broaden our art network to include artists across the country, and to extend the Glen Echo Park Partnership community beyond the Washington, DC metro area. The exhibition gives our audiences a chance to experience, engage with, share, and support a wide range of artists. This call is open to artists 16 years of age or older, working in all traditional and non-traditional 2D and 3D media, including sculpture.Check out our new online gallery here.


Guest Juror: 


Zoma Wallace is an independent curator, published art writer, and artist from Washington, DC. She served the District of Columbia’s municipal government as its first curator for nine years while on staff at the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. While there, she contemporized the city-owned collection of fine art, began a robust practice of producing city-funded exhibitions for the specific benefit of District residents, and developed a new grant program to support emerging curators with funding and gallery space to realize compelling ideas. At the close of 2018, she decided to work independently in order to more effectively collaborate with artists to produce transformative and visionary projects. Zoma is an alumna of Spelman College, holds a Master of Fine Arts in painting from Howard University, and is currently working towards a doctorate in Art Theory & Philosophy at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts (IDSVA).



Online Exhibition dates: June 19, 2020 - August 23, 2020

Notification Date: June 15, 2020




Questions may be directed to Tomora Wright, Visual Arts Exhibition Manager, 




  • Open to 16 years of age or older, working in all traditional and non-traditional 2D and 3D media, including sculpture.
  • All artwork must be original in concept, design and execution. Film, video, computer art, reproductions (such as giclee, prints) are not acceptable unless used as part of a mixed media artwork or collage.
  • Image files should be saved in universal .jpeg format for entry and should be between 1400 pixels and 4000 pixels longest dimension at 300PPI (pixels per inch). Video files should be saved in .mov or .mp4.
  • Installation art or performance art accepted, including video, installations and performances, but must not exceed 1 GB and 3 minutes.
  • All works will be presented by a picture that must be followed by a description of the work.
  • We are accepting only one submission per artist.
  • Art works must have been completed in the last three (3) months and not previously accepted in any other GEPPAC Exhibit (including Resident artist galleries, annual Holiday Art Show, and Labor Day Art Show).
  • There are no special qualifications required for entry. (Please note the online gallery presented by Glen Echo Park Partnership for the Arts and Culture is not participating in any form of sales exchange or responsible for shipping and handling.)
  • GEPPAC is dedicated to exhibiting works of fine art which promote the artist’s artistic ability, vision and creativity within the traditional and no traditional artforms of 2D and 3D works. In this respect, all artwork should be original and created from conception to completion by the artist’s own hand. No artwork copied from other artists' work or published photos, or created in an instructional setting are eligible.