You might check the local Art associations. Two in our area have banned giclee prints from all exhibits. Of course that doesn't stop alternative processes with hybrid workflow, nor silver gelatin prints produced from digital enlargers. Also you will be competing with members & judges many of whom have a low opinion of photography, even analogue.
Point Light Gallery in Sydney, Australia shows and sells only pictures (photographs, that is) made out of light sensitive materials. As far as I know they have never let digital up the stairs let alone through the door even once in all their years. Frankly I doubt if they have ever admitted a colour picture either. Conflict of interest - they represent me.