Coastal Arts League Gallery
300 Main St.
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
a public nonprofit Art Gallery and Gift Shop
Open Daily 12:00 - 5:00 PM
except Tuesday and Wednesday
Exhibitions are always free to the public, with a new show each month
Juried Photo Show
September 1 - October 2
Open to images on paper, metal & other surfaces
Theme: Every picture tells a story
A photograph can convey compelling elements of emotion, mood, and message.
There are things that are not sayable. That's why we have art.
Jurors: Harlan Crowder, Patricia Dennis, Marie Susa
Prizes: Three Merit Awards: $150, $100, $50
Enter at: OnlineJuriedShows.com
Accepted in a Juried Show?
Tell people about it. Use social media channels to show people that you’ve been included. Give your followers the date in advance so they can mark their calendars.
Share this exhibition in your newsletter to introduce yourself to new contacts who you might want to work with in the future.
Mingle! Being accepted is a chance to increase your visibility and profile via a wider network provided by the exhibition. Attend events like the opening reception to meet fellow artists, collectors, curators, art consultants, etc.
Art is a channel for awareness
and appreciation of social justice issues
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Equity Policy Statement
We, the members of the Coastal Arts League, define "social justice" as a process of building individual and community capacity for collaborative action with the purpose of empowering all people to exercise self-determination and realize their full potential.
As members, we seek continually to increase our understanding and appreciation of communities within our environment.
We demonstrate our commitment to diversity and social justice through our programs and collaborative relationships.
Adopted November 2021
“The arts enhance our lives, our economy, our civic assets and even give voice to our common triumphs and tragedies.”
Dave Pine, County Supervisor
“All forms of art, whether performing, visual, or literary, contribute to our cultural values and bookmarks our experiences."
Carole Groom, County Supervisor