Rio Brazos Art Exhibition: Call for entries for April exhibit

Rio Brazos Art Exhibition: Call for entries for April exhibit

23rd Annual Rio Brazos Art Exhibition: Call for Entries
We apologize for the delay but submissions are now being accepted for the Rio Brazos Art Exhibition and Sale coming to the Langdon Center in April. We’d love for you to be a part of it!  Artists have been asking for a way to submit online so we have partnered with EntryThingy to handle artwork submissions this year.  It is available at .  Please give the page a look, share it with a friend and consider entering one of the area’s favorite shows.  Let us know if you have any questions or problems with the entry system and have a great week!

The 23rd Annual Juried Rio Brazos Art Exhibition opens at 3 p.m. on April 5th, 2020 at the Dora Lee Langdon Cultural & Educational Center Concert Hall in Granbury, Texas. The exhibition is sponsored by Tarleton State University, the Granbury Arts Alliance, the City of Granbury and supported by numerous local and regional businesses. The coordinators of this event plan to create an atmosphere that will inspire, educate and entertain as well as attract quality art and discriminating buyers.

March 9 – Deadline to receive entries
March 16 – Notification of acceptance
March 28 – Artwork hand-deliver date
March 30 – Artwork mail-deliver deadline

The Dora Lee Langdon Cultural and Educational Center is nestled one block off Granbury’s historic square in the Brazos River Valley and serves as a focal point for the fine arts in the Lake Granbury area. The Langdon Center serves as the cultural and educational hub of the downtown area in cooperation with the City of Granbury and Tarleton State University.

Part of the A&M System since 1917, Tarleton State University offers affordable undergraduate and graduate degrees from locations in Stephenville, Fort Worth, Waco, Midlothian and online. The main campus of Tarleton is located 31 miles southwest of Granbury in Stephenville. Founded in 1899 as a private, liberal arts college, Tarleton is now one of the state’s fastest growing institutions with an enrollment exceeding 15,000 and serves as the educational and cultural flagship of the Cross Timbers region.

The Granbury Arts Alliance (GAA), a non-profit fine arts organization, is a major sponsor of the Rio Brazos Art Exhibition. The goal of the GAA is to enrich and enhance the artistic environment of Granbury and make cultural activities accessible to all citizens. The GAA exists to unite all of the artistic groups of Granbury under one umbrella to share resources and experience, increase awareness of the arts and support one another.

Accepted artwork will be selected at the discretion of the juror. Works are grouped according to the type of media received. Over $5,000 in cash and merchandise awards are anticipated.