Call to Artists

Propose a Class or Workshop

Submission Deadline: Rolling Thomasville Center for the Arts seeks skilled instructors to lead adult art classes and workshops year-round. We are interested in courses that nurture growth in the areas of fine, applied, and literary arts. Adult classes, workshops, and intensives take place in our inspiring studio classroom located at 209 West Remington Avenue in Thomasville, GA. Classes are scheduled on a semesterly basis. Your proposal will be reviewed for the date you specify in your application and/or the nearest open slot. Submit Proposal... read more

Past Call to Artists

Calling all Fiber Artists!

              Art in the Open: Furry & Feathered Art in the Open is a new public art program, put in place by TCA, with the goal being to promote public art in the new Creative District. Art in the Open aims to stimulate growth and economic development in underdeveloped corridors, and bring interest to our Historic Downtown. Furry and Feathered will be the first of many projects to come! The challenge: up to twenty teams of fiber artists will compete to yarn bomb trees along the W Jackson Street corridor. This yarn bomb celebrates wildlife and will go up during this year’s Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival. Each team will create a fiber art sleeve for the tree trunk and will add embellishments of wildlife animals that are felted,  knitted and created with any other form of fiber art. Deadline is August 31st. Teams can be up to three people, or it can be a solo artist! Art in the Open: Furry & Feathered is powered by Hurst Boiler, in partnership with TCA, Fuzzy Goat, Lowe’s and the City of Thomasville. Without their support and the support of our community, none of this would be possible! View the Furry & Feathered Prospectus Here!   Sign... read more

Participate in Flaunt 2015

Call to Musicians for Battle of the Bands Submission deadline: July 31st FLAUNT: 2015 Rock On! FLAUNT returns to the Creative District September 11th– 30th and promises to take you on a trip through rock history. Back by popular demand, we are bringing larger-than-life murals to West Jackson. The 5th annual FLAUNT public art experience will pay homage to the Rock & Roll icons of the 70’s with pop art inspired murals, band battles, and exhibitions.  Calling all painters, bands, musicians, rock concert photographers – we want you to be a part of Flaunt 2015! Sign Up Today Visit the FLAUNT page for... read more

Artist Collective Coastal Exhibition

Submission Deadline: July 1, 2015  Artist Collective members are eligible to submit work to our themed exhibit Coastal at Grassroots Coffee from July 10-September 28. Visit to find more information or to submit your... read more

Participate in Flaunt 2014

FLAUNT 2015 Information COMING SOON! Last year’s FLAUNT public art project highlighted the talent of both our painters and our makers-all wood workers, potters, and 3D artists, that’s you!  The theme of the event was Pop It Up!, and the cause was History.  Throughout the entire month of September, there were temporary shops, cafes, murals, and performances “popping up” along historic W Jackson St, once referred to as “The Bottom”.  This public art event was the kickoff for the new Arts District that includes the W Jackson St corridor, while celebrating it’s history. The Competition The event featured two art competition pieces.  The first was a mural project: 30 painters competed for $1500 in prizes and a THOM Magazine spread, painting a 12 x 15’ mural, inspired by a historical image (images provided by Thomasville Historical Society and Jack Hadley Black History Museum).  All murals were black, white, and grey with a pop of one color (the artist choose the pop of color).  Painters were also allotted a space to sell their work on the bricks.  The second group of artists- the makers- competed for a second set of the same prizes.  Each maker competed for their own pop-up shop on the bricks (inside of a business) for the month of September. Sign Up Today 2015 FLAUNT information coming in... read more

Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival 2014

Submission Deadline: April 1, 2014  The brainchild of Robert P. Crozer and Margo Bindhardt, the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival was inspired by the history of Thomasville, Georgia’s vibrant plantation community. Throughout the ante- and post-bellum periods, sporting and wildlife artists enjoyed the patronage of Thomasville’s plantation families, often journeying to the plantations to observe wildlife, enjoy the sporting culture, and practice their craft. The Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival was designed and drawn from Thomasville’s cultural history to match the tastes and needs of great wildlife art collectors with the best artists working today. Applications must be submitted by April 1, 2014. All artists must include a non-refundable $25 fee. All applicants will be notified with the status of their application by May 1, 2014. Learn more at This Deadline has... read more

Art in Public Places: Bike Rack Designs

Submission Deadline: December 13, 2013  Bike Racks The Thomasville Center for the Arts in partnership with the City of Thomasville has just released the second Art in Public Places Project for 2013-2014. Proposals are due on or before 2 PM on December 13, 2013. These bike racks will serve as both functional and artistic sculpture in Thomasville’s new “Arts District.” Selected artist(s) will receive a $500 award, for each bike rack design. A minimum of one, and a maximum of 15 racks, will be considered for installation.  “Together as we beautify our city, we unify our city” This deadline has... read more