Manage Your Call for Entry From Start to Finish with

CaFÉ has greater reach and more

Don’t just post a call, create an opportunity

  • Branded header with unique URL
  • Searchable by call type or eligibility
  • Your call description and full details
  • Your rules and terms to apply
  • Your deadline date
  • Your work sample requirements
  • Your application form questions

El Ambiente de Taos (The Ambience of Taos) by David Douglas. 2021. Photo courtesy of David Douglas.

In Walden Pond by Warren Mather. 2013. Photo courtesy of Warren Mather.

CaFÉ calls work hard so you don’t have to

Everything you need, without useless extras

  • Uncomplicated call setup and layout
  • Uncomplicated application form editing
  • Uncomplicated entry fee and coupon offerings
  • Uncomplicated jurying rounds and finalist selection
  • Uncomplicated pricing
CaFÉ has over 165,000 emerging and established artists seeking opportunities

Find your next photographer, painter, public artist, or artist resident

We’re so much more than a listing service, CaFÉ is the foremost call for entries submission and online jurying solution by and for artists specifically for the arts and the public art field.

Pink Cactus and Agave by Sharon Wolpoff. 2007. Photo courtesy of Gregory R. Staley.

While the Green is Still Around Us by Saberah Malik. 2022. Photo courtesy of Saberah Malik.

Receive expertly-guided help

CaFÉ has the best customer support for artists and admins

Organizations, receive expertly-guided help to make sure your call setup is a success from beginning to end. Our community of users can get help & support by phone or email.

CaFÉ™ community values

Strengthening the arts fields

At WESTAF we are strongly committed to creating resources to strengthen the arts field and catalyze change. CaFÉ is a service of WESTAF. When you sign-up to use CaFÉ, you are joining a network of organizations and a community of artists that value inclusion, diversity, and shaping cultural life in their communities.

Night in 2020 by Mari Sakamoto. 2020. Photo courtesy of Mari Sakamoto.

Still not convinced? 

Visit Why CaFÉ