Recycled Art Exhibit

The Casselberry Art House Annual Recycled Arts Exhibit will go on...online!

This always exciting and environmentally-conscious exhibit is open to artists of all ages, abilities, and awesomeness!  

Since this will be a digital gallery, posted on the City of Casselberry website, we ask that artists submit no more than 3 high-resolution digital images of each individual piece (jpg, png, pdf), at no more than 5Mb per image.  Multiple images may allow for different perspectives on 3D pieces, or provide detail for creative elements that would otherwise be overlooked.

Artists may submit up to 3 pieces of artwork, though all emails should be limited to 15Mb or less.  Finally, we ask that all photos of artwork be taken against a white background and that no digital enhancements of the artwork be made to allow for the most accurate representation of the pieces.  

All submissions must be accompanied by an Artwork Release Form, which is fillable and savable digitally.  Please email your submissions to: arts@casselberry.org.  

The submission deadline is Sunday, April 19, at 11:59 p.m.

The exhibit will go live on Earth Day, April 22, and will be available for viewing on www.casselberry.org

The exhibit will be sponsored and judged by the Rotary Club of Casselberry, who will provide prizes in several categories during an awards ceremony to be held at a later date. It is hoped that there will also be a special popup exhibit of the artwork at a later date, which will be announced once some of the current restrictions are lifted, so all artists are recommended to retain the artwork after they submit it digitally.  

ARTWORK REQUIREMENTS: Anything goes at this exhibit, from two- and three-dimensional works, including but not limited to: paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, pottery, collage, metalwork and stonework.  At least 50% of each piece of artwork must be recycled (discarded/found) materials man-made or organic, including but not limited to: wood, metal or stone, glass, paper, fabric, pottery and plastic.

Anything goes at this exhibit, from two- and three-dimensional works, including but not limited to: paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, pottery, collage, metalwork and stonework. At least 50% of each piece of artwork must be recycled (discarded/found) materials man-made or organic, including but not limited to: wood, metal or stone, glass, paper, fabric, pottery and plastic.

Help show the community how creativity and environmental awareness can come together to make beautiful art!

For more information, Email the Art House or call (407) 262-7700 Ext. 1122.