Virtual Art Exhibit

You are Invited to

Submit Musically Inspired Artwork for

The Classical Station’s Virtual Art Exhibition

We have received hundreds of comments over the past several months about how classical music has calmed and inspired our listeners. We heard you, and we are excited to announce The Classical Station’s Virtual Art Exhibition! We invite listeners to submit original works of visual art for consideration to be included in our display, which we will unveil in November.

You may be familiar with Pictures at an Exhibition, the orchestral suite by Modest Mussorgsky composed with inspiration by paintings of Viktor Hartmann. We are doing the reverse! Submissions might include a drawing of oranges inspired by Frederick Delius’s Florida Suite or a swan painted while listening to The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns. These are only examples, and listeners are free to choose whatever works inspire them.

Listeners are encouraged to submit original photographs, paintings, and drawings through the month of October, 2020. Selected pieces may be exhibited on The Classical Station’s printed publications, website, and/or social media outlets during the show. We encourage you to send in your original artwork electronically but will accept submissions by mail.

WCPE, The Classical Station
PO Box 828
Wake Forest, North Carolina 27588
Attention: Virtual Art Exhibition

Submissions will be accepted until November 7, 2020.

The fine print: There is no cost to submit artwork for consideration. By submitting art, you certify that you are the artist and/or have permission to submit the work. No monetary compensation will be provided for those submissions selected for inclusion in the exhibition. The Classical Station is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail and cannot return artwork, which will be the property of WCPE, The Classical Station.