Events & Opportunities

Art Struck Festival Volunteer Registration
Deadline: April 5, 2024 by 4:00 p.m.

Help us bring an exciting arts experience to the community! Volunteer at the Art Struck Festival on April 20th. Learn more and sign up.

Buffalo Street Mural Project – Call for Qualifications
Deadline: April 12, 2024 by 4:00 p.m.

The Johnson City Public Art Committee is seeking qualifications from artists or art teams for the commission of a mural to be located at 116 Buffalo Street in downtown Johnson City. Learn More.

Gallery on the Square – Call for Entries
Deadline: April 30, 2024 by 4:00 p.m.

The Johnson City Public Art Committee is seeking original artworks to be printed onto canvas and displayed in Gallery on the Square, a framed art exhibition facing the parking lot between Main Street and State of Franklin Road in the heart of downtown Johnson City. Learn more.

5 x 5 Art Exhibit & Fundraiser – Artwork Donations
Deadline to sign up: July 5, 2024

Sign up to create artwork for the annual 5 x 5 Art Exhibit & Fundraiser! All proceeds benefit Johnson City Public Art. Learn more.

Request a Listing in the Washington County Artists’ Registry
Deadline: Ongoing

The Johnson City Public Art Committee invites any artist living or working in Washington County, Tennessee to request a listing in an online artist registry showcasing the county’s artists. Learn more and request a listing here.

Join JCPA’s Pre-Qualified Artists’ Registry
Deadline: Ongoing

Submit your qualifications to the Johnson City Public Art Pre-Qualified Artists’ Registry! This registry will serve as a resource for the Johnson City Public Art Committee when placing calls for artists and identifying artists for public art projects. By developing a network of qualified professional artists, the committee will have the ability to distribute public art opportunities with greater efficiency, ensuring that eligible artists are considered for upcoming projects. In this way, the committee may expand its knowledge of area artists and strengthen ties to the regional arts community.