Calling All Artists for the 2023 Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit


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Orange County Government

The Hispanic Heritage Network of Orange County, an Orange County Government employee volunteer-led organization, is seeking submissions from Central Florida artists for an opportunity to participate in the annual Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit to be held during Hispanic Heritage Month.


The Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit celebrates the richness and diversity of Hispanic culture through visual art. By showcasing local talent, this exhibition fosters cultural understanding and appreciation while providing a platform for visual artists to gain exposure and recognition for their creative endeavors.


Artists of all levels, from emerging talents to established professionals, are encouraged to submit their original artwork inspired by the Hispanic heritage and culture.


Interested artists should submit their applications at The submission should include a completed application form, an artist statement highlighting the artist’s background and achievements, and high-resolution images for each piece.


The application deadline is August 25, 2023. The artwork exhibition will open to the public on September 30, 2023, and will run until October 31, 2023.


A complete set of rules of entry is available at

For media inquiries or to request additional information about the Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit, please contact Alexander Quinones at

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