SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, May 1, 2015 

Los Angeles Art Association & the City of West Hollywood are proud to announce a national Call For Artists for Out There, a very special exhibition celebrating the LGBT experience during West Hollywood's Pride Month festivities.  

In its 8th year, Out There is an opportunity to exhibit work during Pride weekend, an annual event that attracts nearly half a million visitors to West Hollywood.  Eligibility: competition open to all artists. Entries must be recent work, created within the last three years.

Media: all media. No craft or functional art. Accepted video artists must provide their own equipment - monitors, projectors, etc. Videos must be dubbed for continuous play.

Fees: Non-Members: $35. LAAA

Members: Free Limit of 5 entries per person. Details of work limited to 1 per entry.  Entry fees are non-refundable. (For membership information please visit our website at or call the gallery at 310.652.8272).

Entry: All submissions must be uploaded online.  ONLINE FORM HERE

Accepted artists will be notified via email. 

Artists will be notified of selection by May 6, 2015 via e-mail.

Delivery of accepted work: Accepted work must be available June 6 - June 20 2015. Work will be delivered to the gallery on Saturday, June 6, 2015. All other arrangements must be made in advance and approved by the gallery. 

All work must be properly framed and/or ready to hang. If works required specific hardware, it must be provided when work is delivered. At the juror's discretion, work that is dirty,in disrepair or otherwise deemed unfit for display may be excluded from the show. Decisions of the juror are final.

Work must be unwrapped upon delivery. LAAA will not store any packing materials.

Sales: All work will be offered for sale. All work must be priced to include LAAA's 50% commission.  ** Payment of sales will be sent to artists 45 days after the close of the show.

Liability: LAAA, its staff, Board or anyone connected to the exhibition will not be responsible for loss, damage, breakage or theft of artwork while at the gallery.