Fur, Fangs, Feathers & Fins (SAQA Global) - Call for Entry

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Celebrate wild animals in their natural environments. From amphibians to apex predators, depict or represent wild birds, fish, mammals, and reptiles doing what comes naturally. Go WILD! 

Any animal (vs. plant) that is alive or extinct, and not domesticated, is considered to be wild for this exhibition.

Premiere Location: 
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson Arizona
April 2, 2022 – June 17, 2022



2D, 3D, and Ceiling Suspended work will be considered

Wall hung: 30"- 96" Height, 12"-96" Width

Wall hung with 3D elements: 30"-96" Height, 12"-96" Width, Depth up to 5". Must be able to hang without distortion.

3D: 30"-96" Height, 12"-96" Width, 12"-84" Depth, must be less than 40lbs in weight, must be engineered to fit through a 34" doorway.

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About the Juror

Emily Jan is a Montreal-based artist and writer. Her biophilic sculptures and installations combine everyday found objects with meticulously worked raw materials to evoke the faraway and the fantastical. As a wanderer, naturalist, and collector of objects and stories, she is guided in her work by the spirit of kinship and exploration.

Recent exhibitions include Wild at the Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto (2019), Castaways at the Bateman Foundation Gallery of Nature, Victoria (2020), and Grow Op: After the Flood at the Gladstone Hotel, Toronto (2018).