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BAG Mission Statement:
Believing that art is vital to a thriving community,
Broward Art Guild brings the transformative power of art through exhibits and education to people of all ages and backgrounds while providing opportunities for local artists to grow professionally.

For the foreseeable future, how we manage exhibits will need to be modified to accommodate the current state of health concerns. In an effort to minimize contact we will be initiating the following procedures at our gallery. We want you to know what to expect, so we can navigate the new normal and keep art alive while being responsible. We are in this together, and we each have our part to play to make the experience mutually successful. We believe these inconveniences are necessary, as we choose to err on the side of caution. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding.


Animals, Animals, Animals Exhibit




Public Reception: Saturday, September 5, 2020 by scheduled appointment slots only to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions

Reserve your Scheduled time slot HERE. (10 time slots available)

Exhibit Run Dates: Septermber 2 to 25, 2020, by appointment only during regular business hours.


Juried by Susan Convery

Susan Convery is a Florida certified teacher of advanced drawing and painting, which she has taught at American Heritage in Plantation for the past 8 years. Her areas of expertise include oil paint, pastel, colored pencil, watercolor, collage, figure drawing, and composition. Susan's students win awards at national, state and regional competitions and attend prestigious art schools and universities. Susan leads fun art workshops, guides students in portfolio development, and teaches privately. She has illustrated two children's books and is looking forward to leading artist retreats to Italy and Portugal in the near future. Please visit her website: www.SusanConvery.Com


Call for Artists

Criteria for this exhibit: Artwork to be representing animals, Domestic, Wild or Imaginary. Open style or medium for 2-D, 3-D and Jewelry.

The New Normal...

  • Our entry deadlines will be set about a week and a half earlier than previous gallery exhibits to accommodate the rest of the internal process we need to manage. We will be using a pre-registration format ONLY. Deadline is August 18, 2020.
  • We will now be using online entry forms, much like we have been doing for the two virtual exhibits. We will not, for the time being, produce paper flyers, entry forms, etc., to reduce potential contamination.
  • Entry fees will be paid online through our website (via PayPal), or cash/check payments can be made at our gallery during regular business hours. Please call 954-537-3370 to coordinate with staff if dropping off payment.
  • JPG Images will need to be sent in along with your online application. The judge will be choosing the pieces for the show from these images, so be sure they are good quality, and a clear representation of the work.
  • Artists will be notified the Wednesday or Thursday (August 26 or August 27) prior to the drop-off date (August 29 for this exhibit) as to whether or not their piece(s) have been accepted into the exhibit. At that time, we will be scheduling drop-off times to keep contact with others to a minimum.
  • ACCEPTED works will be dropped off the Saturday before the opening, which is the usual timeframe (July 25 for this exhibit). Artists will be assigned time slots in which to drop-off their work. We will be handling sign-in of works at the counter in the back of the gallery.
  • Upon arrival, you will have your temperature scanned. Persons with temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit will not gain entry into the gallery. You must wear a mask during drop-off.
  • Please do not linger after dropping off your work.

  • Thank you!

2. Submit your entry images (JPG)
to, along with your online application

(Maximum file size, per email: 10 MB. JPG format)

These images will be used for judging. Please take that into consideration when cropping, and not distort where possible.

3. Submit entry fee below

Entry Fee
Artist Legal Name



Funding for the Broward Art Guild is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.

This has been made possible by support from the following Community Foundation of Broward Fund: Isabelle Kole Stein Endowment for the Arts Fund of the Community Foundation of Broward



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