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Last call for entries in annual Carnegie Art Showcase
Carnegie art showcase 2020 winner
This oil on canvas titled “Grazie Mille” by Merced artist Eddie Rodriguez was the 2020 Best of Show winner in the Carnegie Art Showcase.

Entries are being accepted through Sunday for the annual Carnegie Art Showcase exhibition taking place this summer at the Carnegie Arts Center in Turlock.

The juried exhibition is a celebration of artistic excellence from across our state. A panel of judges will select the works to be included and awards winners. Entries are being accepted through June 6, and the show will be on display from July 8 through Sept. 5, 2021.

Works in all media will be accepted and artists may enter up to six works; there are no subject matter or size restrictions. Entry fee is $20 per work. Members of the Carnegie Arts Center will receive a discount on their entry fee. Artists living in California are eligible to enter. A total of $2,350 in prize money will be awarded. Complete rules and entry information can be found at

All entry materials (entry forms, images, and fees) must be received by 5 p.m. on Sunday. Entries should be submitted through; a link to the exhibit submissions page is available on the CAC website. All materials and payment will be handled on-line. Artists with questions or problems using the website should contact the CAC office, 250 N. Broadway, Turlock, by email:; or call (209) 632-5761, x104 for assistance.

Judges for the 2021 Art Showcase are:

— Daniel Edwards, sculptor & Art Department faculty member, CSU Stanislaus (

— Rob Stevenson, printmaker & Art Department faculty member, Modesto Junior College (

— Mirabel Wigon, painter & Art Department faculty member, CSU Stanislaus (