This call for work is inspired by the 2024 Great North American Eclipse, which will travel up through the country from Texas to Maine on April 8, 2024. Artwork submitted should be related to the sun, the moon, the eclipse, light and darkness, or other interpretations of this theme.
There is no fee to submit your work to this opportunity. You may submit up to 5 pieces for consideration.
Open to artists (18+) working in all media residing in one of the states within the path of totality of the 2024 eclipse: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont.
What is a 'path of totality'? During a solar eclipse, the moon's shadow covers the sun, creating a shadow zone where the phenomenon can be observed. When a total eclipse occurs, the area where the eclipse can be seen is referred to as the “path of totality”.
For more information on the Great North American Eclipse (April 8, 2024) visit: https://nationaleclipse.com
[Pictured: The photograph 'Solar Eclipse from Caroline Island' (detail) by H. A. Lawrence British and C. Ray Woods, May 6, 1883]