Call for Entries - City Hall Community Exhibit

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Call for Entries - City Hall Community Exhibit




City of Marquette Office of Arts and Culture announces a call for entries for the City Hall Community Exhibit: Falling in Love with Marquette. Local artists of all ages are invited to submit a ready-to-hang art piece inspired by their love of Marquette. This exhibit is a display of community art that depicts the love of our local area, particularly during the Fall color season. Exhibit will be on display at City Hall (300 W Baraga Ave) October 5, 2022 – February 9, 2023



Non-juried, all ages. All artwork must be ready to hang on the wall with a wire hanger (no sawtooth). One entry per person. All artwork must be inspired by and connect to the Marquette area and community.

Submission Guidelines :

Submissions can be dropped off at the City Arts and Culture Center (lower level of PWPL) during City office hours (M-F 10-5pm) through Friday September 30th or to City Hall (300 W Baraga) ready to hang on Monday October 3rd between 8:00am and 3:00pm.
Alternate drop off time can be arranged by reaching out to the Office of Arts and Culture (906)228-0472
The following information is required for each image: Artist’s first and last name, Artist’s contact information, title of work, medium, and date of completion.
Artwork can be recent or older work.

Imagery and/or content should be appropriate for all ages.

By submitting artwork, you give the Office of Arts and Culture permission to publish image(s) of your creative work on the as an online gallery of the show.
Marquette City Office of Arts and Culture reserves the right to use photos of all or some of the work to promote the event for the duration of the exhibit and prior and after the exhibit.
Artwork is display only and not for sale.


Contact Information

For questions or more information please call the Office of Arts and Culture (906)228-0472 or email

Leaf illustrations are original art by Office of Arts and Culture staff-member Amelia Pruiett for the Marquette Sister Cities partnership with Higashiomi, Japan