Thursday, July 31, 2008
LITERARY MAGAZINE CALL FOR ART - September 15, 2008
Now accepting submissions for its nextissue* *in the following areas:* poetry, fiction, memoir, art, photography, travel features, personal development, food, and music.* The theme of this issue is* POWER* and we seek your interpretation. Winners will be featured in this issue of the zine and will will also receive a paperback volume of this issue which will sold on the website and on Amazon.com. Click on submissions and follow directions. $15 submission fee, payable through PayPal.
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
CALL FOR INTERACTIVE ART PROPOSALS - September 15, 2008
Call for the submission of projects to be developed as part of the Interactivos? Lima'08: Magic and Technology workshop, led by Julian Oliver (New Zealand/Spain), Clara Boj (Spain), Diego Díaz (Spain) and Kiko Mayorga (Peru). At the end of the workshop, projects will be exhibited at the Cultural Center from October 24 through November 6, 2008. The call is aimed at artists, magicians, engineers, musicians, programmers, designers, architects, hackers, psychologists, or any other person interested in presenting a project on this topic. Entry fee.
Nerea García Garmendia
Área de Las Artes
Ayuntamiento de Madrid
Plaza de las Letras
Alameda 15 28014 Madrid
+34 914 202 754http://email@example.com
CALL FOR NUDE ART - February 7, 2008
Open to all artists 18 and older. Works should bring to light phrases like Inner Beauty, Eye of the Beholder and Beauty is Only Skin Deep. What makes a person beautiful and if (s)he doesn't meet suggested criteria, is the person any less beautiful? Is there beauty in the beast? Two awards totaling $300 in value will be given. Juror to be determined. Entry fee.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
CALL FOR GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES - December 8, 2008
A glass art gallery invites entries for their "16th Annual Scent Bottle Invitational". Unique, one-of-a-kind, and limited edition contemporary glass perfume bottles wanted. The exhibit will run February 6th through March 8th. Insurance. No entry fee.
Send a SASE for more details to:
Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass
5100 Beltline Road Suite 820
Dallas TX 75254
Monday, July 28, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 30, 2008
Now accepting submissions from experienced professional artists and/or art teams to create a unique piece of art that reflects the values of a free public library and stands as an icon to welcome all patrons. THE REDDING LIBRARY - A Permanent Outdoor Site-Specific Installation. Project budget is $40,000. Entry fee.
City of Redding
Saturday, July 26, 2008
CALL FOR GRAND SMALL WORKS - September 30, 2008
FUEL attempts to fit 1,000 small works in one show, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting local charities. FUEL has recently expanded its mission. Performance, video and conceptual art is not incorporated into the existing scheduling of emerging painters and undergraduate artists. Starting in the Spring of 2008, the first and second floor galleries now feature two different shows; Gallery One focuses on paintings and Gallery Two features video, installation and new media work. Seeking work in the following media: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, collage.
All works must be no larger than 20x20inches. Entry fee.
The F.U.E.L. Collection
249 Arch Street
Philadelphia PA 19106
Thursday, July 24, 2008
FELLOWSHIP/RESIDENCY FOR ONE-MONTH IN ITALY - November 15, 2008
This programme is open to artists between 18 and 35 years old, proposing innovative projects reflecting an opening to the human, social and economic contexts surrounding them. The fellowship recipient is granted Euro 1000 to cover expenses ( art material, meals, local transport, etc.) , in addition living space and studios free of charge. Entry fee.
La Macina di San Cresci
Pieve di San Cresci 1
50022 Greve in Chianti (FI)
ONLINE ART COMPETITION - September 1, 2008
Open to amateur and professional artists residing in the U.S. No need to ship and hang your original. Compete online with a high quality digital image of your work! This is a great way to spread your work around the Net and gain more exposure for your artwork. Assistance with your digital imaging is available. Entry fee.
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
SURFACE DESIGN CONFERENCE CALL FOR ENTRIES - February 1, 2009
Announcing three new competitions, the results of which will be exhibited at the upcoming 15th semi-annual SDA Conference, "Off the Grid", which will take place in Kansas City, MO May 28th-31st, 2009. The competitions include: "Textile Fusion: An interactive Fashion Performance" at the Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, entry deadline Feb. 1, 2009; "Surface Matters" SDA members show at the Belger Art Center, entry deadline March 1, 2009; "Points of Departure" student show at the Hilliard Gallery in the Crossroads Art District, entry deadline March 1, 2009. Entry fee.
Surface Design Association
ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM - September 1, 2008
Supports the work of artists at all stages. All work at HERE is curated based on the strength and uniqueness of theartist's vision. HERE offers a Supported Artist Program, which provides theartist with space for performance, rehearsals, readings, and auditions. Inaddition, HERE provides marketing, technical and administrative support. Entry fee.
HERE Arts Centerhttp://www.here.org/be/programs/#SupportedArtist
WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE AWARD - November 1, 2008
The International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) center, in Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies, invites architects, scholars, and researchers to honor IAWA founder and Virginia Tech emerita faculty member Milka Bliznakov through their research on women in architecture and related design fields. This research, in concert with the preservation efforts of the IAWA, helps fill the current void in historical knowledge about women's professional achievements. The winner receives a $1,000 prize. To apply to participate in the 9th Annual Milka Bliznakov Prize competition, applicants must register their proposal, outlining the research work they plan to complete within the coming year.
Heather Riley Chadwick
College of Architecture and Urban Studies
202 Cowgill Hall (0205)
Blacksburg VA 24061
CALL FOR EARTH THEMED ART - September 1, 2008
Artists of all ages and talent ranges are invited to enter up to three works which express their feelings about the earth. Accepted artists will be offered publishing contracts for their work to be published in the exhibition and as Bookplates. Bookplates are individual plates which will be sold during the exhibition. Artists will earn 50% of the Bookplate sales of their art. Ten percent will go The Williamsburg Land Conservancy. Winning Bookplates will be featured in the upcoming book, If I am the Earth by Dorothy Fagan. All artists will have access to materials for teachers and youth activities for inspiring creative writing, art and earth stewardship among people in their communities. Entry fee.
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - September 1, 2008
Gallery seeks exhibition proposals from artists and curators for its 2010 exhibition season. 1708 Gallery is a non-profit space for new art committed to expanding the understanding, development and appreciation of contemporary art. The Gallery provides public exposure and opportunity to emerging and established artists internationally. By showing art that questions, challenges, and redefines the social and aesthetic boundaries of the visual arts, 1708 Gallery offers an opportunity for the public to investigate, discover and be inspired by the most recent developments of contemporary art. Artists and curators may submit proposals for single or group shows of all media. Entry fee.
319 W Broad St
Richmond VA 23219
CALL FOR SHELTER THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - October 3, 2008
A National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Photography. Architecture, habitat, sanctuary. Shelter is one of our most basic human needs-at once both physical and psychological. We derive great pride from the shelter we build. We seek shelter from the elements, from the storm, from harm. How can shelter be interpreted visually given its myriad manifestations? Go out. Seek shelter. Make shelter. Tell us a story. This exhibit will run November 7-29, 2009.
23 Sandy Gallery
Saturday, July 19, 2008
GALLERY FUNDRAISING EXHIBITION SEEKS ART - September 16, 2008
Seeking entries for "Art Connections 5", the annual fundraising exhibit from January 15th to February 15th, 2009, for this prestigious Gallery. Located 12 miles west of New York City, this event attracts significant support from patrons, collectors, curators and art dealers and presents an exceptional opportunity for sales and to be noticed for potential future exhibitions, studio visits and commissions. Past exhibits have included nationally and internationally known artists such as Will Barnet, Willie Cole, Julie Heffernan and Toshiko Takaezu. All media accepted. Juror: Patricia G. Selden, CEO of Selden Associates, Inc, a fine art advisory service. Entry fee.
George Segal Gallery
Montclair State University
REAL TO REEL FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL -
A forum for independent film, video, and multimedia artists to showcase their talents and garner award winning name recognition. Over 150 films of all genres from all over the U.S. as well as Canada, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Pico, Spain and the United Kingdom, have poured into Cleveland County and now is the time to see them! Real to Reel is a competitive film festival with monetary awards presented to the winners in both the professional and amateur categories. The Best of Show Award, presented by The Broadcast Film Critics Association, will be $1,000. The professional winners will receive a $500 award. Entry fee.
Real to Reel
CALL FOR ART USING PAPER - September 19, 2008
Currently soliciting submissions for a group thematic exhibition, PAPERWORK, to be shown November 10th through December 12th, 2008. Open to all artists who use paper in their work; preference will be given to those artists who experiment with the medium, so as to introduce visitors to fresh adaptations of a traditional material. By focusing on works of artists that use a traditional artistic medium non-traditionally, the curators seek to create an environment where visitors can debate the connotations of a work on paper. By utilizing the familiarity of paper as a resource, the curators hope to engage visitors in a dialogic experience that will encourage visitors to use a wider spectrum of descriptive terms to discuss the art on display as well as challenge the limited perception of works on paper. The curators are especially interested in artbooks, photography, mail art, stamp art, design, fashion, origami, sculpture, installation, collage and cut-outs. Entry fee.
Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Av
South Orange NJ 07079
CALL FOR HALLOWEEN ART - September 1, 2008
Seeking original artwork for the Annual Halloween Art Exhibit: Passages of Death. This year the exhibit is curated by Phaeidra of Art and Discord and will be held on November 1st- All Saint’s Day, the Day of the Dead, Samhain. In celebration of this special day, share your visions of the dead and the afterlife; ghosts and ghouls, hauntings and the undead in all their varied forms, celebrations and remembrances of those that have gone before. Entry fee.
Visions Art Gallery
NATIONAL WATERCOLOR & PASTEL COMPETITION - September 20, 2008
Awards include over $2000 in cash and merchandise including a feature article and cover of Cascade Arts and Entertainment Magazine. Juror Ruth Armitage will jury the November 7-28 exhibition and teach a "Creating your Artistic Identity" workshop at the Art Station, November 5-7. Entry fee.
Mirror Pond Gallery
875 NW Brooks St
Bend OR 97701
Friday, July 18, 2008
KANSAS CITY FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR ENTRIES - September 1, 2008
A juried festival, with films submitted in competition and judged by visiting filmmakers. The call for entries is now open for shorts and features from anywhere in the world. Go to www.kcjubilee.org for guidelines and forms. There is a student division for full-time Missouri or Kansas students (and for students from Missouri or Kansas who attend school elsewhere). Invitations to visiting filmmakers are being made with announcements about whom will be attending due soon. Ten short films from the 2008 Jubilee were targeted for purchase by Shorts International, the largest distributor of short film in the world. Kansas City FilmFest will be seeking to provide a similar connection between filmmakers and buyers in 2009. Entry fee.
Kansas City FilmFest
Thursday, July 17, 2008
CALL FOR ENTRIES - September 15, 2008
A 2,500 square foot contemporary gallery in Lynchburg's art district, is currently accepting submissions from new artists. We will consider artists for both solo and group exhibitions in 2009. Entry fee.
901 Jefferson St Suite 113
Lynchburg VA 24504
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
DONATE FOR SPECIAL AUCTION FOR DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS - October 1, 2008
Seeking American and International Artists to donate for Special Silent Auction for Doctors Without Borders this fall in Los Angeles! The event includes publicity for artwork & website features. YOUR ART DONATION COULD PROVIDE THESE THINGS: $100 - Infection-fighting antibiotics to treat nearly 40 wounded children. $250 - A sterilization kit for syringes and needles used in mobile vaccination. $1000 - Emergency medical supplies to aid 5,000 disaster victims for a month. $5500 - A health kit to care for 10,000 displaced people for 3 months. Entry fee.
Art Knows No Bordershttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR SCULPTURE & NEW MEDIA - September 5, 2008
Now accepting entries for their upcoming exhibition of sculpture and new media, AQUIFER. The show will be juried by JW Mahoney and Deborah McLeod and is open to artists living in DC, MD and VA who are members of either Washington Project for the Arts or the Washington Sculptors Group (applicants can become a member of either group with their submission). Entry fee.
Washington Project for the Arts (WPA)
2023 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington DC 20036
Sunday, July 13, 2008
CALL FOR ART ABOUT CHNGE - September 22, 2008
Money can do a lot. Art can do a lot more. Help ART 180 celebrate our 10th anniversary by using creativity to change. We are asking you to make money - take the template we've supplied (the size of a dollar bill) and draw, paint, write or use whatever medium you desire to show the kind of change you'd like to see in the community. On 10-10-08, we'll exhibit all the art pieces in a show at Virginia Commonwealth University's new Brandcenter in Richmond, Virginia. Entry fee.
0 East 4th St Studio 56
Richmond VA 23224
Wednesday, July 09, 2008
CALL FOR ART ABOUT WOMEN, POWER AND POLITICS - December 31, 2008
Submit your original political artwork, essays, film shorts, poetry, photography and cartoons for an online exhibition at I.M.O.W. From March 8 to December 31, 2008. The show focuses on a provocative new topic each month and uses community-submitted work to start a dialogue on the issues. Work can be submitted directly online in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. No entry fee.
Women, Power and Politics
International Museum of Women
San Francisco CA 94119http://www.imow.org/submissions
Monday, July 07, 2008
CALL FOR JUDAISM-THEMED ART - December 1, 2008
A biennial international competition in the visual arts and design on a theme related to Jewish thought and tradition. This competition is open to artists, including students, from a wide variety of fields in the visual arts, including painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, photography, video, installation art, computer art and design (Judaica, industrial design, graphic design, jewelry, fashion, etc.). The theme of the fourth Adi Prize (2008) is Rupture and Repair. No entry fee.
Wednesday, July 02, 2008
CALL TO FLORIDA ARTISTS - September 1, 2008
Submit to the annual juried review for the 2009 gallery exhibition schedule. Open to all Florida artists working in any media. Individual and group proposals accepted. Entry fee.
Atlantic Center for the Arts’ Harris House Gallery
214 S Riverside Dr
New Smyrna Beach FL 32168http://email@example.com
CALL FOR FREAK THEMED ART - October 15, 2008
Side Show! Freak Show! Creep Show! We've all heard the terms. What does this mean to you? What comes to mind? What do YOU consider a 'Freak of Nature"? What constitutes this label? This is an open call to artists of all mediums to challenge themselves to respond to the title of this show. Who can participate: Anyone in the world, all artists welcome, all mediums. No entry fee.
c/o Exhibitions Manager
3826 STEVE IKERD DR NE
Hickory NC 28601-9733http://firstname.lastname@example.org