Current Exhibitions


Juried Exhibition 2018
March 24th- June 2nd, 2018
Opening reception - March 25, 2018 2-6pm

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Gallery times:
Monday-Friday appointment required, contact:
Thomas Canavan
Phone: 909-865-4161

The third installment of the regional Masters of Fine Art exhibition, inviting students from Santa Barbara to San Diego to participate, is now open for applications. This year the CGU student team of Megan Kinney and Chelsea Boxwell will be leading the exhibition; an additional student will be selected to join the team in the spring semester. The exhibition is a partnership between CGU and the Millard Sheets Art Center and is designed to provide the student team with experience organizing, curating, and producing all aspects of the major exhibition.

Esteemed curator Howard N. Fox has been selected as the guest juror. Howard was curator of contemporary art at Los Angeles County Museum of Art from 1985 through 2008 and is guest curator for LACMA’s current PST LA/LA exhibition Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz.

The 2017 exhibition featured artwork from 15 MFA programs across the region, positioning itself to become one of the most notable MFA exhibition opportunities throughout California.

Howard N. Fox

Chelsea Boxwell
Megan Kinney

Call for entries now available

Upcoming Exhibitions

Alt 66

LA County Fair Fine Art Exhibition
August 31 - September 23, 2018

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LA County Fair Art Exhibition
Deadline: April 1, 2018


The Millard Sheets Art Center is inviting artists, art institutions, collectives, creative agencies, and designers to participate in our 2018 LA County Fair exhibition.

The 2018 exhibition invites you to propose unique immersive environments designed for guests to experience Route 66 in essence, variations, and abstractions of its history, landmarks and roadside attractions.

Additionally, artists are encouraged to research facts and experiences of all travelers during Route 66’s history and explore these topics as well; particularly the Black, Mexican, Asian and other ethnic minority experiences. This exhibition is an opportunity to include narratives and history that are important to the understanding of life in the US during the twentieth century.

Alt 66 will lead visitors to experience the iconic “Mother Road” in a way they never thought possible as they progress from one space to another building new memories along the way.

This exhibition will provoke ideas about Route 66 that are seldom or not yet explored through 20 unique installations and will be the next interpretation of the search for our country’s compelling stories of cultural fusion from Chicago to Santa Monica and the 2,448 miles in between and beyond.


Selected artists will receive $1,500 towards materials and labor. Artists will be responsible for creating their installations using the allotted budget and time. In addition, selected proposals will be eligible for a First and Second place prize of $1,000 and $500 respectively.

The annual exhibition draws 85,000 visitors to the art center and is an unparalleled opportunity for an artist/artist team and/or institution to showcase their creativity.

The annual exhibition draws 85,000 visitors to the art center and is an unparalleled opportunity for an artist/artist team and/or institution to showcase their creativity.

Please review the Full Project Details before submitting your proposal.

Thank you and we look forward to reviewing your submission.

Important Dates:

  • Launch Application – January 31
  • Application Deadline – April 1
  • Artist Notifications – April 30
  • Installation – July 9 – August 10
  • Media Preview – Late August
  • Run – August 31 – September 23
  • De-install – October 1-5

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LA County Fair Photo Competition
August 31 - September 23, 2018

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