December 14, 2021

DEADLINE EXTENDED! Call for Art: The 700 Collection


By Katelyn Coyne

Ignite Studio at the Hamilton East Public Library in Fishers has opened a call for art for our next exhibit “The 700 Collection.” We are seeking art in a variety of mediums for this juried group exhibit, with cash awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

About “The 700 Collection”

The 700’s in the Dewey Decimal System is all about the Arts (with a little recreation thrown in.) Materials in this classification include oversized art books for your coffee table, thick volumes on art history, and tomes on architecture. In the stacks of the 700’s, readers can browse for information on both traditional mediums, such as painting and photography, and less traditional mediums, such as digital and graffiti art. You will find books on ikebana, visible mending and crochet taxidermy, as well. Show us any and all of these mediums and art forms for the upcoming exhibit: “The 700 Collection.”

If you would like to submit your artwork for consideration, please follow the submission guidelines below.


Call for Art: The 700 Collection — Submission Guidelines

Submit all required materials as a single pdf document via email to

  • Name and email address
  • 1 – 3 images of work for consideration. Each image should include the following information:
    • Title of work
    • Material/Medium
    • Size
    • Price

All 2D pieces must be wired for hanging.

Additional Call for Art Info

Accepted artwork should be dropped off on the appropriate dates as specified by Ignite Studio.

Artwork on display in Ignite Studio can be sold by the artist. Ignite does not take commission or handle any transactions. Work that is sold must remain on display through the duration of exhibit.

Artwork will be displayed in Ignite Studio as well as virtually in an album on the HEPL Facebook page. Visit our page to see past albums for, “Menagerie,” “Wanderlust,” and “Shades of Summer.”

Join us for a Virtual Artist Reception on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Stop by and see “The 700 Collection,” on display March 12-May 13, 2022.