Calls for Artists
Artists, fight extinction through your creativity. Find your next activist art opportunity with Northwest Artists Against Extinction below. Unless otherwise specified, the calls are open to all artists. Thank you for applying your talents to inspire a more sustainable world.
No current calls. Please check back as we will be adding more Artists Calls in the coming months.
Past Calls for Artists
Artwork Submission: Notecards 2022
NWAAE and Save Our wild Salmon are creating printed 5'x7" notecards as a thank you gift to supporters of SOS and NWAAE. We are asking artists to submit artwork to be printed on these cards.
Submission Deadline: 11:59 PM, September 28, 2022
Medium: Notecard Artwork (digital submission)
Image file specifications:
Artwork files will be printed on 5"x7" stock at 300 ppi/dpi (1500 x 2100px).
Images should be 2100 pixels on the longest side. If artwork is submitted that falls outside the 5:7 ratio, NWAAE reserves the right to modify or crop artwork to best fit a 5”x7” printed space.
Landscape and Portrait format are both welcome; cards will be designed in both orientations.
File formats accepted: JPEG, PNG, or TIFF
Final Selection: Artists whose artwork has been selected for the notecard project will be notified by email within a few weeks after the submission deadline.
Multiple Submissions: If you have more than one piece of art to send us, just reload this page and submit the form again for each additional piece.
Submission Method: We have created a form for artwork submission. Click the button below to access the submission page.
If you have any questions, you may email
This call for art is requested as a donation to NWAAE and Save Our Wild Salmon. Notecards are being created primarily as a thank you gift to supporters of SOS and NWAAE. If notecards are sold any proceeds will be donated to Save Our Wild Salmon.
Thank you for your participation in this great cause!
Spokane Mural RFP—Northwest Artists Against Extinction
NWAAE is a creative collaboration with artists who value healthy rivers and salmon abundance, and our partnership is engaging the public in a new way around the campaign to restore the Snake River and its endangered Salmon, and the many ecological and community benefits they bring to our region.
SOS is launching NWAAE efforts in Spokane, and as a first step- seeking proposals for a mural in Spokane that incorporates these benefits, values, and challenges into an engaging, uplifting design.
The scope of work includes developing a design in partnership with SOS, and painting a 10x10 mural in Spokane highlighting the purpose and values of the campaign to restore the lower Snake River and recover imperiled salmon.