Larkin Arts' Annual


Held every February in the Wine-Riner Galleries, our Regional Juried Show highlights the best work from our area. Opening night was February 2, 2018. We hope you enjoyed this annual, exciting event! See ya next year! Photos from this event can be found HERE.




Larkin Arts is calling for entries to our 2018 Regional Juried Show


-Artists must be 18+ and live within a 200 mile radius of Harrisonburg, VA
-Artists may enter up to 3 pieces
-Artwork may be in any media
-2D art may be any size up to 6'x6'
-3D art that rests on the floor or has its own pedestal may have a base of up to  3'x3'
-3D art that does not rest on the floor or have its own pedestal may have a base of up to 16"x16"
-Artwork must have professional presentation
-Artwork must be READY TO HANG
-Juried Show Fees are as follows (cash only please):
     -$10 for one entry
     -$16 for two entries
     -$20 for three entries
-Drop off times are Friday, January 26 (11am-7pm) and Saturday, January 27 (noon-5pm)
     -This is a physical jurying process, so you will bring your physical piece to Larkin Arts during the hours above
-Artists will be notified of selections by 9pm, Monday Jan 30
-Work that is not selected shall be picked up no later than 7pm Wednesday, January 31
-Work that is selected for the show will be hung by Thursday, Feb 1 and must remain in the show for its duration
-Larkin Arts takes a 30% commission on all sales
-If you are unable to drop off your work, you may send it with another person and with a note that gives them permission to sign the artist contract in your name and with the title, media and price for your piece
-Prizes will be awarded for Juror's Choice and Directors' Choice at the opening on Feb 2. We will announce an Audience Choice award at the end of the month, giving more people the chance to vote.


Our Guest Juror for this year is Quillon Hall.
Quillon Hall graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a BA in Art Education in 1997 and taught elementary art in the Iowa public school system for 11 years before moving to Harrisonburg with his family in 2009. Quillon has worked at home as an artist and dad until the Fall of 2017 when he opened The Wooden Trout Art Gallery in downtown Harrisonburg.