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Collage Artists of America

Collage Artists of America Members Only EXHIBIT



April 1 – May 31, 2024



Juror NANCY KAY TURNER is a visual artist, art critic and founder of the art collective Hana Kark. Bronx born, she fled New York for the sun and fun of California and has never looked back. A graduate of Queens College, The University of California at Berkeley and The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, she studied painting with Elmer Bischoff, Peter Saul and R.B. Kitaj.

Turner has written critical reviews for ARTWEEK, ARTSCENE, Visions Magazine, Coagula Curatorial, Riot Material, Art and Cake and Cultural Weekly. Her mixed-media work has been in local, national, international and traveling exhibits.


AWARDS = $1000  

First Place $400, Second Place $300, Third Place $200, 

Carolann Watterson Award $100

Plus four Honorary Mentions



CALL FOR ENTRIES OPENS: January 7, 2024 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Thursday, February 29, 2024, 11:59 PDT

NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: Wednesday, March 13, 2024

RECEPTION AND AWARDS: Saturday, April 6, 2024, 5-7pm PDT 

Zoom link will be posted in your acceptance letter and also sent by email 



COLLAGE:  Flat or very low relief.

MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE:  Moderate relief and/or different techniques and materials.

ASSEMBLAGE:  Highly dimensional, multiple three-dimensional elements, and/or freestanding.

DIGITAL COLLAGE:  Combination of multiple images. Digital manipulation of single image does not qualify. Use of AI is not acceptable.


About the Theme: INTERPLAY

Just like in life, the interaction or INTERPLAY of disparate elements in art can be unexpected and surprising. Whether the elements come together in a harmonious visual dialogue or create artistic dissonance with unusual juxtapositions, the new energies create a dynamic whole that is unique and greater than any individual elements alone. Your interpretation of INTERPLAY could be how you manipulate materials, use existing or new techniques or use specific design elements. Perhaps you compare or contrast similar or diverse historical and cultural sources. The options for variation can be endlessly fun to experiment with, either abstractly or with any degree of representation.


RULES OF ENTRY:   Please read carefully!



·       Two- or three-dimensional collage, mixed-media collage, assemblage and digital collage accepted. Any size is acceptable as this is a virtual online show.

·       Current members in good standing with Collage Artists of America (CAA) may enter a maximum of four (4) works not already shown at any prior juried CAA exhibit. You may join Collage Artists of America for $55 to qualify at any time before submission. Visit

·       Works done under direct supervision of an instructor are ineligible. Entries must be original and of the artist’s own execution. No artificially generated artwork is eligible-no AI.

·       Once artwork is accepted the artist may not withdraw it nor change the price.  No substitutions of accepted works will be allowed. No artwork may be removed from the virtual exhibit prior to closing of exhibit, including sold artwork.



Members:               $30 for one, $5 each for up to 3 additional entries - Total 4 entries max.


SUBMIT ENTRIES to Online Juried Shows Log in on this page and click Enter This Show to begin your submissions.

Payment is made through Online Juried Shows via credit card or PayPal.  Fees are non-refundable. 

There is no guarantee of acceptance into the show

Note: try to enter early, as last day entries may cause errors due to overloading the site.



All entries must be submitted in a digital JPEG format and under 4 mb.  

Take photo of art with a digital camera and crop out background, or if that is not possible, use a black background without a mat and not through glass.  Image quality is critical!  Poor photography and presentation will affect acceptance by the juror. The digital image must represent the artwork.  

Directions for submitting work to Online Juried Shows is clearly described on the website in 

several topics listed on the sidebar of the main page: 



This will be a Virtual show.  Do Not Send In Your Artwork.  All accepted entries and winners will be displayed as an on-line exhibit on the SFVACC/SCORE website, and on the Online Juried Shows website’s “Published Shows”.


By entering this exhibit, artist agrees that any accepted artwork may be reproduced for advertising, marketing, and promotional purposes for this exhibit or future exhibits without consent of or notification to the Artist or the Artist’s agent. 

RELEASE OF LIABILITY: The artists indemnify CAA for any copyright violations in their work. Insurance for sold artwork entered in this exhibit is each individual artist’s responsibility.



All sales will be handled by the individual Artist.  Any and all sales tax will be the responsibility of the Artist.  No commission will be taken by the Collage Artists of America.  All sales are final.  

If a sale is made, it is the responsibility of the Artist to notify CAA or Exhibits Chair so that the sale can be indicated on the website. 



Exhibits Chair, Pennie Fien:

President, Sylvia H. Goulden:


Collage Artists of America

Established 1988, a 501(c)(3) organization

11239 Ventura Blvd. Ste 103-274

Studio City CA 91604


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