Sunday, January 19, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Seattle Erotic Arts Festival

It's that time again! The Seattle Erotic Arts Festival is coming up in just a few short months, so get your art juices flowing, and submit some sexy work!

CALL FOR ART: 2014 Seattle Erotic Art Festival

Starting 1 February, the 2014 Seattle Erotic Art Festival (SEAF) will be accepting submissions for the world’s foremost celebration of the creation, enjoyment and purchase of erotic art. Now in its twelfth year, SEAF exhibits art of all mediums to thousands of discerning patrons and collectors, annually. We invite the submission of work by artists who strive to spark conversations that ignite personal and cultural change.

This year SEAF is set to take place at the Seattle Center’s prestigious Exhibition Hall, located adjacent to the Northwest Ballet in close quarters with the EMP Museum, Space Needle, and Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum, a perfect complement to this year’s featured exhibition of glass artworks guest curated by Steve Jensen. The festival runs May 30, 31 and June 1, 2014.

Each work submitted must fall into one of the following categories: Visual Art, Literary Art,
Installation Art, Performance, Short Film, and Store Art. Artists may submit multiple pieces and apply to as many Calls for Art as they wish, though each Call for Art has distinct requirements and may have additional submission fees. Submission fees are waived for all artists applying from outside North America.

Official information regarding categorical definitions, submission process, fees, discounts, and jury member identities and credentials can be found on the SEAF website,

Deadline for submission is February 28, 2014 at 11:59pm PST, with the exception of short films and performance art proposals, which are not due until March 31 at the same stroke.

All artists and models depicted must be age 18 or older. For additional information please visit or email

Check out some of the pics from last year:

The Seattle Erotic Art Festival is the flagship program of the nonprofit Foundation for Sex
Positive Culture, which promotes the many ways sex is beneficial through education, outreach, the arts, advocacy, and research programs that serve the public. SEAF supports a vibrant creative community, promotes freedom of expression, and fosters sex positive culture through public celebration of the arts.


  1. Thanks for sharing this, Braden! Looking forward to crossing your path again...