Call for Art!

Artscape invites artists to apply to the annual juried art auction to benefit public art in Pittsfield.

Up to 3 artworks will be accepted in all media including fine art, photography, jewelry, ceramics, etc.

Artists may choose to submit work as a donation or receive 30% of the proceeds.

Artists will receive promotion in the Berkshires as well as free entry to the event.

To apply online, click here.

Deadline to submit: May 1, 2020

Notification of acceptance: by May 15, 2020

Artscape’s Fine Art Auction:
Thursday, June 11, 2020
5:30-7:30 pm
Framework Coworking
437 North Street, Pittsfield

All accepted work will be on display for the June’s First Fridays Artswalk, June 5, 5:00-8:00 pm and through June 11 at Framework. The auction will include silent and live components.

All proceeds to benefit Artscape.

About Artscape


Artscape is a volunteer-led committee which sponsors, plans, and oversees an annual juried exhibition of public art in the City of Pittsfield. The mission of Artscape is to enhance the overall character of the City’s downtown and attract visitors by installing and promoting works of art in various accessible outdoor locations throughout Pittsfield’s Upstreet Cultural District.

The outdoor sculptures are by well-known, accomplished artists, and each is unique in its own way. The Artscape walking tour is an outdoor gallery that changes with each year. Come experience the City of Pittsfield through the artists and their works.

Artscape was also a lead organizer of the 2004 Sheeptacular public art project, as well as the 2006-2007 Art Of The Game public art project.  Art Of The Game brought art and baseball together in unexpected ways.
Artscape is on YouTube! 
Click here
to visit the page where you can watch an introduction video by Former Mayor, Daniel Bianchi and view a video description of each of the previous Artscape pieces and artists!

Artscape is also on Facebook!  Click here to visit the page.

For questions or more information about Artscape, contact Pittsfield's Recreation Activities Coordinator in the Department of Community Development at 413-499-9368.