When I was your age I had to search for juried exhibition listings in the back of Ceramics Monthly, mail a letter to the organization with an SASE (google it kid), wait to receive an entry form, fill it out by hand and mail it back with slides!
Who could forget the hours spent sitting in a library and searching through book after book to find graduate school information, labeling slides and marking the bottom left corner with a red dot, filling plastic sleeves, stuffing bubble envelopes... Can you imagine? These are some of the many "you don't know how lucky you have it" speeches that my Professional Practices for Fine Art students must endure. If you are like me and didn't have the opportunity to take such a class allow me to elaborate. Professional Practices is a magical class that is designed to prepare students for the “real world”. Students create their credentials, build a website, pack artwork, stage an exhibition etc. I really wish this course had been offered when I was undergrad and/or graduate school.
Thank you Internet.
Thank you for making it so easy to find exhibition opportunities.
Thank you callforentry.org- https://www.callforentry.org/
Thank you artshow.com- http://www.artshow.com/juriedshows/
Thank you ceramicartsdaily.org.- http://ceramicartsdaily.org/ceramics-monthly/classifieds/