Thursday, June 26, 2008
PORTRAIT COMPETITION - September 24, 2008
The 1st Annual Juried Portrait Competition and Exhibition will be held from October 13-November 28, 2008. All artists are invited to submit CDs or DVDs of their 2D or 3D work. Any medium is acceptable but no photographs, reproductions or giclees please. Quality of draftsmanship and values will be taken into consideration. The exhibit will be juried by award winning portrait artist, Ying-He Liu, who is represented by seven portrait galleries in the US, and who served as faculty member at the Portrait Society of America's10th National Conference in 2008. Awards will be given: 1st Place -$1,000, 2nd Place -$500, 3rd Place -$250. Participants will be notified by e-mail. Entry fee.
The Art Guild Gallery
200 Port Washington Blvd
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
CALL FOR NATIVE AMERICAN & OUTSIDER ART - September 14, 2008
The Art Cafe is still seeking artists for our 'Native American, Indigenous and Outsider Artist Exhibition'. Cost: Free; Donations accepted. The event is scheduled to take place at The Art Cafe in downtown Davison Michigan on Saturday September 13 and Sunday September 14, 2008. No entry fee.
The Art Cafe
217 Shoppers Alley
Davison MI 48423
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
CALL FOR ARTISTS - October 10, 2008
URBAN LEGENDS/RURAL MYTHS - Call for Artists. Purdue University Galleries (West Lafayette, Indiana) invite entries for a national exhibition of contemporary art that inspires NEW myths, imagined histories and tall tales. The exhibition will be presented in the Stewart Center Gallery from March 9 through April 26, 2009 and will serve as inspiration for creative writing sessions and lectures discussing human mythology. There is no entry fee, but exhibiting artists will be responsible for shipping. All media eligible, including new and emerging technologies.
Interested artists should send examples of current work (up to 8 slides or jpegs on CD; DVD for time-based media), resume, artist statement, and SASE to:
Purdue University Galleries
Yue-Kong Pao Hall of Visual & Performing Arts
552 West Wood St
West Lafayette IN 47907-2002
Friday, June 20, 2008
CALL FOR ENERGY/OIL CRISIS THEMED ART - November 3, 2008
Seeking work inspired by the growing energy crisis, resulting from a reliance on fossil fuels. Show runs January 31 - March 22, 2009. Entry fee.
Athens Institute for Contemporary Art Inc
160 Tracy St Unit 4
Athens GA 30601
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
CALL FOR FILM/PERFORMANCE/VISUAL ART ENTRIES - November 7, 2008
MONO NO AWARE is not a film festival; its focus is the cinematic experience. Inspired by the unique qualities of live performance and viewing film prints, it encourages live music, theatrical performance, audio and additional visuals to accompany the film piece. MONO NO AWARE is open to experimental filmmakers, fine artists, poets and musicians; to any and all persons working or interested in making work using the film medium. Entries on Super8 or 16mm film only; no digital video submissions will be accepted. The event will be held on Sunday November 30, 2008 at 6pm. Entry fee.
YOUNG FILMMAKERS COMPETITION - September 19, 2008
For the 16th time IFHP organises the Young Film & Video Creators' Competition. The main theme is affordable housing, subthemes: the hidden walls and many faces of a city. Entries up to max 15 min., may be individual or collective productions from young professionals or students. The three winning entries will receive cash prizes ($6000,
$4600, $3000) and the opportunity to have the film or video shown at the 52nd IFHP World Congress in Puerto Rico. Entry fee.
CALL FOR EMERGING MIDWEST ARTISTS - September 1, 2008
EMERGE is an art zine designed to connect emerging Midwest artists with galleries in the region. Distributed quarterly to over 100 Midwest galleries, emerge features six artists per issue, each hand selected by a rotation of guest jurors. Professional Midwest artists working in all media are encouraged to apply. Chosen artists receive an entire color spread, complete with several images of recent work, their show history and a Q&A section where they discuss the ideas behind their art. Entry fee.
emerge midwest art zine
Fort Atkinson WI 53538
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 1, 2008
Requests for Qualifications are invited from experienced artists or artist/design teams, to develop a site-specific public artwork/s for the University of Maryland. This is a national competition called /INTERPLAY/*. /Interplay /blends several objectives: to create a dynamic environment for public and social engagement, to serve as a contemplative place for individuals to experience contemporary art, and to embrace the scholarly spirit of a distinguished institution of higher education and research. The total budget for the project is $450,000 including all fees and associated costs. Entry fee.
University of Maryland
Department of Art
College Park MD 20742http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, June 15, 2008
ONE-MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL - September 2, 2008
Send us your best minutes, the minute you surprise yourself with – if your minute glimmers like a fish just under the surface of the water, we want to spear that bad boy. Not to exceed sixty seconds, your films, will compete to be the first screened at this perennial event. Entry fee.
Cambridge MA 02138http://www.le60.orghttp://www.LUMENECLIPSE.comKate@lumeneclipse.com
JURIED CLAY/CERAMICS COMPETITION - September 5, 2008
The Bemidji Community Art Center and the Bemidji State University Visual Arts Dept announce the 6th annual, It's Only Clay National Juried Ceramics Competition and Exhibition. This years juror is artist and potter, Linda Christianson. It's Only Clay is dedicated to functional clay vessels. All accepted works will be on display at the BCAC, Nov 7th through Dec 20th, 2008. Prize money for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners equaling $1,600 and additional purchase awards for work going towards the Margaret Harlow Vessel Collection at BSU. Entry fee.
Bemidji Community Art Center
Saturday, June 14, 2008
ARTISTS & SCHOLARS FELLOWSHIPS - September 15, 2008
The fellowships are to further the development of scholars and artists by assisting them to engage in research in any field of knowledge and creation in any of the arts, under the freest possible conditions. The foundation provides fellowships for advanced professionals in all fields (natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, creative arts) except the performing arts. Entry fee.
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
90 Park Av
New York NY 10016
ASTRAEA LESBIAN FOUNDATION WRITING GRANTS - June 30, 2008
The foundation works for social, racial, and economic justice in the United States and internationally. Astraea's Lesbian Writers Fund was established to support the work of emerging lesbian writers, and to acknowledge the contributions of established lesbian writers to the lesbian movement and culture. Entry fee.
Astraea Lesbian Foundation For Justice
116 East 16th St 7th Floor
New York NY 10003
INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL FILMMAKERS RESIDENCY - June 16, 2008
The four-week residency is designed for mid-career experimental filmmakers who are interested in "crossing the digital divide" but lack access and training. The one-month residency provides unlimited access to 16mm production and post-production systems, a G5 Final Cut Pro digital editing system, and digital video cameras. It also includes private lodging, travel, and a $1,000 stipend. Entry fee.
Friday, June 13, 2008
INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL FILMMAKERS RESIDENCY - June 16, 2008
A media arts center in Buffalo, New York, is offering a four-week National Endowment for the Arts International Digital Filmmakers Residency. The residency is designed for mid-career experimental filmmakers who are interested in "crossing the digital divide" but lack access and training. The one-month residency provides unlimited access to 16mm production and post-production systems, a G5 Final Cut Pro digital editing system, and digital video cameras. It also includes private lodging, travel, and a $1,000 stipend. Entry fee.
712 Main St
Buffalo NY 14202
Thursday, June 12, 2008
NATIONAL SMALL ART WORKS PAINTING COMPETITION - October 11, 2008
Seeking submissions from painters residing in the USA and 18 years of age and older for the 2008 National Small Art Works Painting (sixth year running) (November 23 - December 28, 2008). All artwork must be for sale. Gallery commission is 40% of retail price. Jpeg or gif image (PC compatible) must measure no larger than 7 inches by 10 inches and 72 dpi. Slides must be 35 mm, 2" x 2" in cardboard or plastic mounts. Awards. Insurance on premises only. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
The Main Street Gallery
105 Main St
Groton NY 13073http://email@example.com
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
INTERNATIONAL OPEN CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY - June 17, 2008
The top photographer will be selected by judges: New York Times Photo Editor Patrick Witty, Supermodel and Fashion Icon Tiiu Kuik, and NYC Gallery Owner David Kesting for a People's Choice Award, a Student Scholarship and the Grand Prize: $2,008 cash, A rockstar photo show projected on a massive scale throughout the top art neighborhoods in NYC, An exhibition and opening event at the Leo Kesting, Gallery in the Meat Packing District, A full-press promotional campaign, A feature in Artists Wanted's upcoming publication, "The Annual".
Submit your best work at:
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
EMERGING ARTISTS PRIZE - October 1, 2008
The prize will award $100,000 in acquisitions between the finalists and host a finalist TEN exhibition with accompanying publication. A grand prize winner will be chosen from among the finalists to receive a $25,000 cash prize in addition to a West Collection Acquisition. The West Collection will review works in painting, sculpture, photography, and installation. No entry fee.
The West Collection at SEI
1 Freedom Valley Dr
Oaks PA 19456http://www.westcollection.org
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - June 27, 2008
Seeking proposals from artists and other individuals interested in mentoring homeless art makers. The successful candidate will work with Calgary’s homeless citizens to engage them in art-making opportunities of all arts disciplines in order to develop skills. Previous experience in CCD practices is not necessarily required, training will be provided to all selected artist-mentors.
Jon C Waks
Public Art Program
The City of Calgary Mail Code #63
Box 2100 Station M
Calgary AB T2P 2M5
Monday, June 09, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - June 30, 2008
The Public Art Committee of the City of Plano, Texas seeks to commission an original, exterior, site-specific, functionally, philosophically, and artistically integrated space for the city’s Animal Shelter. Its purpose is to attract passersby and identify the facility. The artwork must be imaginative, durable, and require low maintenance. The budget is $22,000. he project is open to all artists located in the continental U.S.A. (due to budget/travel restrictions), age 18 and over, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, or physical or mental disability. Entry fee.
City of Plano
Creative Arts Division
Plano TX 75086
Sunday, June 08, 2008
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OPEN REGIONAL EXHIBITION - September 15, 2008
To be held at (SCORE VII) VIVA Gallery, 13261 Moorpark St., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423, October 29 to November 15, 2008. Open to all artists who can hand-deliver artwork. All media accepted, except video and film. Awards: $1000 + merchandise awards. Juror: Kim Abeles. Entry fee.
For prospectus send SASE to:
Donna Geist Buch
20416 Stagg St
Winnetka CA 91306http://www.vivagallery.org
Saturday, June 07, 2008
CONSERVATORY ART COMPETITION - June 14, 2008
Awards $12,500+. Show dates Sep 20-28, 2008. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
Clifton TX 76634http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, June 06, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - June 25, 2008
Art All Around international design competition seeks artists. The contest's grand prize winner will receive a cash prize of up to $30,000 and the winning design will be painted on 16 of the most visible oil tanks at the Sprague Energy Corp. tank farm in South Portland. Participants of all ages, backgrounds and locations are invited to submit designs showing how the tanks could be visually transformed to celebrate their prominent location. To enter, contestants must download four views of the tanks and upload their finished designs. No entry fee.
Maine Center for Creativityhttp://www.artallaround.com
Thursday, June 05, 2008
CALL FOR OUTDOOR ART INSTALLATION PROPOSALS - June 10, 2008
Proposals now being accepted for an Outdoor Art Installation, WRAP 'EM: Column Art under McGrath. Help us transform the McGrath Highway (in Somerville, MA) underpass into an outdoor art installation. Accepting proposals from individual artists, groups of artists, and community groups to conceive, design, then paint one of the canvas-covered columns we provide to you. No entry fee.
ARTS & HUMANITIES FELLOWSHIPS IN ROME - November 15, 2008
The American Academy in Rome invites applications for the Rome Prize competition. One of the leading overseas centers for independent study and advanced research in the arts and the humanities, the Academy offers up to thirty fellowships for periods ranging from six months to two years. Rome Prize winners reside at the Academy's eleven-acre center in Rome and receive room and board, a study or studio, and a stipend. Stipends for six-month fellowships are $12,500 and stipends for eleven-month fellowships are $25,000. Fellowships are awarded in the following related fields: Architecture, Design (including graphic, fashion, industrial, interior, lighting, set, and sound design, engineering, urban planning, and other related design fields), Historic Preservation and Conservation (including architectural design, public policy, and the conservation of works of art), Landscape Architecture, Fellowships are also awarded in: Literature; Musical Composition; Visual Arts. In the field of humanities we award fellowships in Ancient Studies; Medieval Studies; Renaissance and Early Modern Studies; and Modern Italian Studies. Entry fee.
American Academy in Rome
7 East 60 St
New York NY 10022-1001
Tuesday, June 03, 2008
CALL FOR ART THAT INTERPRETS BRITAIN - June 10, 2008
What’s your interpretation of Britain? Maybe it's Buckingham Palace, swilling pints in a pub, the Sex Pistols, Banksy, soccer, fish & chips or a nice cup of tea. Whatever you think of when you think of Britain, we would love to know. Who are we and what do we want? Bloody good question! VisitBritain promotes Britain (England, Scotland, Wales) as a visitor destination here in the USA. This summer we’re commissioning American artists to interpret what they think and feel about Britain through their artwork. If you are chosen, we will share your piece with an international audience on our website.
Monday, June 02, 2008
NATIONAL JURIED CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION - September 12, 2008
New Directions' 08 - Oct 22 - Nov 22, 2008. Cash awards/exhibition opportunities. Painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography and mixed media. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
Barrett Art Center
55 Noxon St
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
CALL FOR ART ABOUT TABOO TOPICS - June 10, 2008
As social mores become more restrictive, expression becomes less free. In our increasingly polarized society, deep divisions allow for less freedom of expression. We, as Americans, are divided more and more by politics (liberals vs. conservatives), social values (traditionalists vs. modernists), religion (fundamentalists vs. everyone else), race, ethnicity, gender, and age. "Taboo Topics" invites participants to use their artistic talents to explore and express the forbidden. This is an open show designed to provide a safe space for artists to use their creative talents to express ideas on society’s Taboo Topics. Entry fee.
Ventura Artists Union Gallery
330 South California St Plaza