Thursday, October 30, 2008
INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE COMPETITION - February 15, 2009
Showcasing high-quality works that best complement and enhance a unique outdoor garden setting. Selected artists will receive a $250 stipend and will be invited to attend an opening reception. This exhibition will be promoted to those interested in sculpture for placement in intimate public spaces or private garden. Artists will receive 70% of retail price of all pieces sold in US funds. Entry fee.
Big Rock Garden Sculpture Exhibition
Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department
1400 Woburn St
Bellingham WA 98229
MUSIC VIDEO CONTEST - February 15, 2009
Los Angeles-based Social Science Recordings and Obi Best (fronted by Alex Lilly, back-up vocalist in retro-pop group the Bird and the Bee) are launching an open call for music video submissions. This nation-wide open call is for ambitious, aspiring filmmakers and individuals interested in creating compelling video content. Students, amateurs, semi-pros, auteurs and pets are all eligible to enter. Submissions must be the original work of the entrant. Finalist will be selected by Obi Best and Social Science Recordings and the winning video will be awarded $500. No entry fee.
Social Science Recordings and Obi Besthttp://email@example.com
CALL TO CALIFORNIA ARTISTS - February 13, 2009
The Artery of Davis, CA presents the 2009 California Clay Competition. Clay - Functional & Sculptural. Exhibition: May 1-29, 2009. Entry fee.
207 G St
Davis CA 95616http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
US FORESTS T-SHIRT DESIGN COMPETITION - November 30, 2008
You are invited to submit a design for the 2009 I Plant Trees T-Shirt. There is no minimum age to submit a design; however if the applicant is under 18, a parent or guardian shall sign the release form. Submission shall be no larger than 10 inches x 10 inches. Design is limited to four solid colors. No gradients or transparencies allowed. You shall recommend a T-Shirt color for your design. I Plant Trees reserves the right to modify your recommendation, but will not alter your design. Designs shall be e-mailed for review in either JPG or PDF format. More than one design can be submitted per applicant. Submissions will be judged by I Plant Trees staff and the top designs will be published to our website for public voting. We encourage artists to be creative in their design; however, the text "I Plant Trees" shall appear in the design.
ACES Engineering Inc
916 SE 5th Court
Fort Lauderdale FL 33301
PERFORMING ARTS INTERNSHIP - October 31, 2008
Links Hall’s mission is to encourage artistic innovation and public engagement by maintaining a facility and providing flexible programming for the research, development and presentation of new work in the performing arts. The intern supports Links Hall’s marketing and audience development activities. The intern adheres to and assists in enhancing Links Hall’s marketing procedures, to increase and diversify the audience base attending performances and workshops at Links Hall.
DUNE SHACK RESIDENCIES FOR VISUAL ARTISTS & WRITERS - February 15, 2009
The Provincetown Community Compact, Inc. is pleased to announce the 2009 residency program for C-Scape & Fowler Dune Shacks. This novel program, which is a collaboration with the Cape Cod National Seashore, offers one and three week residencies for artists and the general public beginning in April 2009. A $500 fellowship and a three-week summer residency will be offered to one visual artist, and two one-week residencies for writers. No entry fee.
Provincetown MA 02657http://email@example.com
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - December 15, 2008
Seeking an artist (or team of artists) to create a permanent, public outdoor work of art for the center island of the East Main Street Roundabout, which will be located on East Main between Porter/Classen and NE 12th Street at the intersection of Main, Acres, and Carter. The preliminary budget for the artwork is $60,000. No entry fee.
Norman Public Arts Board
Norman Arts Council
Norman OK 73070http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
ONLINE PAINTING COMPETITION - November 1, 2008
Painters' Challenge is an online painting competition that will inspire your creativity while appealing to your sense of fun and adventure. Challenge yourself to come up with a creative solution that incorporates one or more of the objects from the list provided on the sponsor's website, CreateBetterPaintings.com. Entries will be judged on originality, creativity, and technical excellence. All artists 18 and older may submit as many two-dimensional entries as they choose at a fee of $10US per entry.
For a full prospectus, visit:http://www.CreateBetterPaintings.com
MASTERS IN ART THERAPY - December 1, 2008
MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES in ART THERAPY at the SCHOOL of VISUAL ARTS The School of Visual Arts' artistic and academic tradition as the largest independent undergraduate art college in the country makes it an exceptional site for graduate education in art therapy. In addition, the diversity of New York City's population and excellence of its art institutions, health care facilities and community organizations offers students vast opportunities for artistic development and clinical application. MPS Art Therapy at SVA is a full-time, 2-year, 60 credit program with a 16-hour per week on-site internship component. Second year students choose from two unique specialization tracks.
For More Information Contact:
MPS Art Therapy Dept
School of Visual Arts
209 East 23rd St
New York NY 10010
INTERNATIONAL JURIED SHOW - December 1, 2008
Open to all artists, all media. Juror: Adelina Vlas, Assistant Curator for Modern and Contemporary Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Previously, she worked at the National Gallery of Canada. Slide and CD entries due December 1, 2008 for February 13, 2009 exhibition.
Send SASE to:
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
68 Elm Street
Summit NJ 07901
Monday, October 27, 2008
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - November 1, 2008
Open to all photographers and will be juried by an accomplished panel of professionals. The top 10 WINNING images with BIO clips as well as 25 HONORABLE mention images will be showcased on womeninphotography.org. ALL subject matter and formats accepted. 10 winners, 1st, 2nd and 3rd PRIZE PLACEMENT WINNERS. Member and Non-Member discounts until October 15th.
Women In Photographyhttp://womeninphotography.org/Events-Exhibits/2008_competition/call_for_entry.html2008Competition@womeninphotography.org
ARTIST RESIDENCIES - February 15, 2009
Four and five-week residencies, at no cost, to artists in the disciplines of media arts/new genres, visual arts, literature, choreography, and music composition. The Program is located in a spectacular rural setting in the Santa Cruz Mountains, one hour south of San Francisco, California. All meals and transportation from the San Francisco airport are included. The postmark deadline for accepting applications is February 15th, each year, for a residency in the following year. Entry fee.
Djerassi Resident Artists Program
2325 Bear Gulch Road
Woodside CA 94062
SPIRITUALLY UPLIFTING SCREENPLAY COMPETITION - December 1, 2008
The primary purpose of the prize is to further the influence of moral and spiritual values within the film and television industries. Set up to help inspire first-time and beginning screenwriters to produce compelling, entertaining and spiritually uplifting scripts, the winning scripts are read by top execs in addition to the monetary awards. PRIZES: Grand Prize: $25,000; 1st Runner Up: $15,000; 2nd Runner Up: $10,000. Entry fee.
5620 Paseo De Norte #127C-308
Carlsbad CA 92008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
CALL FOR HUMAN FIGURE THEMED ART - October 31, 2008
The human figure in art is timeless and universal and has reverberated throughout art history and contemporary art practice. Contemporary artists have refocused our gaze on personal identity as a viable and engaging conduit for explorations of modern life, modern identity, and the social and sexual politics that impact us all. So with one foot planted firmly in the past and the other endlessly searching out the future, we approach the twenty-third annual The Nude. Artists are invited to submit images of their work, in any medium, along with an exhibition statement and resume for consideration by the selection committee. All media will be considered. Entry fee.
Lexington Art Leaguehttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR SOUTHERN FLORIDA ARTISTS - December 1, 2008
A showcase for your art for up to fourmonths. The first artist will be featured from November 5th, 2008 - February 28th, 2009. Submissions for subsequent quarters will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. We are a new ophthalmologic practice opening in the N Miami Beach area. We are committed to supporting the arts in creative ways and are interested in donating our space to a different artist every four months. Standard (or non-standard) wall-hung art, sculpture, installation, projection, video or any other mediums that our space could accommodate are all welcome. We are not interested in artwork that has any relation to medicine unless the relation is purely coincidental. Must be 18 or older. No entry fee.
Ocean Ophthalmology Groupkhariskennedy@hotmail.com
Friday, October 24, 2008
CALL FOR ARTISTS - November 5, 2008
All media welcome. The exhibition will open with Art Basel, 2008 in Miami. Its taboo connotation can expand into the realms of politics, humor, sexuality and many others. Only original artworks will be accepted. All submitted artwork must be available for sale. All artwork that is chosen to be in the show must be ready to hang. Prestigious Jury consists of Carol Damian, Director of the Frost Art Museum; Peter Boswell, Chief Curator of the Miami Art Museum; and Bernice Steinbaum, Owner and Director of Bernice Steinbaum Gallery. Entry fee.
Bakehouse Art Complex
561 NW 32nd St
Miami FL 33127http://bacfl.org/documents/paraphernalia.pdf
Thursday, October 23, 2008
CALL FOR EROTIC ART - December 20, 2008
Accepted works in all mediums (except video) will be on exhibit from February 13 - March 28, 2009. An opening reception and awards ceremony will be held on February 13, 6-9pm. Any original work in 2-D or 3-D mediums (except video) will be accepted. There are no restrictions regarding when the work was completed or whether it has been exhibited previously. Entries will be juried by Alicia Bailey & Georgina Kolber. Both jurors are independent jurors/curators of national reputation. Minimum cash award amount $250 Best of Show. Dollar amounts of additional awards not yet confirmed. All accepted works will be included in an exhibition catalog. Entry fee.
910 Santa Fe Unit #101
Denver CO 80204
CALL FOR FLORA & FAUNA THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - November 15, 2008
We are seeking work that celebrates the beauty and mystery of the plants and animals we share our lives with. The competition is open to photographers using any type of photographic process, color or black & white, traditional or computer generated/manipulated images. There are no restrictions on the date images were created. Entry fee.
Newspace Center for Photography
1632 SE 10th Av
Portland OR firstname.lastname@example.org://www.newspacephoto.org/callforentries
CALL FOR PERSPECTIVE-THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - December 9, 2008
Perspective can be the point of view from which you are standing when you release the shutter, or reflect your state of mind at the time when the image is created. Are you up high, or low to the ground? Maybe you are high on life, or down in the dumps. All these perspectives can greatly influence the message and impact of your photograph.
What is your Perspective? Open to all domestic and international, professional and amateur, photographers working with digital or traditional photography or combinations of both. The Center for Fine Art Photography invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate. Traditional, contemporary, avant-garde, creative, experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. Entry fee.
Center For Fine Art Photography
400 N College Av
Fort Collins CO 80524http://email@example.com
CALL FOR HOLIDAY MINIATURES & FINE ARTISAN CRAFTS - December 5, 2008
Eligibility: 1) Work can be any shape, medium, style in 2 or 3 dimensions and must be no larger than 9x11 for any 2D. 2) Original work only and must be for sale. All chosen artists will be featured in the "Holiday Miniature & Fine Artisan Craft Exhibition" to be held December 20th 2008, which will continue to be on display until January 9th. The reception will be highly publicized and open to the public. Prizes: 1st Place Prize: Selected works will be featured in the gallery for 3 months with 6 months representation on the gallery website. If an artist is well received then the potential for full time representation exists. 2nd Place Prize: 6 month representation on the gallery website, with potential of full time representation. Entry fee.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
CALL FOR WILDLIFE ARTISTS - November 15, 2008
To be held November 29th-December 19th, 2008. Eligibility: 1) Work must contain wildlife as the primary subject matter. 2) Work can be any size, shape, medium, style, in 2 or 3 dimensions. Prizes: 1st Place Prize: Select pieces will be featured in the gallery space for 3 months. If artist is well received a full time representation contract may be offered at the end of the 3 month trial. 2nd Place Prize: 6 month representation in featured artists section on the gallery website. 3rd Place Prize: 3 month representation in the featured artists section on the gallery website. Jurors: Legendary Wildlife Artists Greg McHuron & Michele Walters Gallery Director. Entry fee.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
CALL FOR YOUNG ARTISTS (PRE-K TO 12TH GRADE) - November 21, 2008
Up to 50 pieces of artwork will be exhibited in a Congressional Building and Union Station’s West Hall in early January 2009 in Washington, D.C. Artists must submit artwork that promotes the importance of health care for all children and relates to the theme "America's Future Starts With Healthy Children Because…" Four artists will be invited to attend the unveilings of the art exhibits in late January 2009. Entry form and consent form must accompany each entry. Entry fee.
L Sookyung Oh
Immigrant Rights Project Coordinator
National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC)
900 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90019
ART BUS SHELTER DESIGN COMPETITION - December 12, 2008
This year's theme, "ART ROCKS!" asks designers to pay artistic tribute to the musical talent of Athens. Eight bus shelters will be installed along two major arteries near downtown Athens,GA. Winning designs will receive an award of $5,000 per shelter. Bus shelter fabrication, materials and shipping budget limited to $9,160 per shelter. This is a nationwide competition open to all artists, architects, students and designers. Entry fee.
Athens Area Arts Council
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - November 21, 2008
Artists are invited to submit proposals to Propeller Gallery on this "state of body, state of mine - an open optimistic attitude that combines a desire for new experiences with a sense of purpose and value, together with a longer, healthier life." All media, traditional and new, may be submitted and multi/cross media submissions are particularly welcome. All ages are encouraged to submit, as chronological age of submitting artists is not central to the exploration of this theme. With society's new "New Generation" coming of age, how do you as an artist respond to Age, Ageing, Longevity and Radical Life Extension? Entry fee.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts
984 Queen St West
Toronto Ontario M6J 1H1
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - April 1, 2009
This competition is open to all artists living in the United States who can deliver their own free standing, quality sculpture. The selected works may be either large scale (to be placed near a river walkway on grass) or smaller scale (to be placed in an urban downtown area) and must be low maintenance, professional quality, durable, and weather-resistant. Juror Susan Ewing, distinguished professor of art at Miami University and world class sculptor will select the pieces for display from materials submitted, and select the $10,000 purchase prize winner once the works are installed. Entry fee.
City of Sculpture
One High St
Hamilton OH 45012
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
CALL TO ARTISTS - February 14, 2009
This is a juried competition open to artists 18+ with all media eligible for consideration. A color catalog is produced, there is a first prize of $1000, a second prize of $500, and return shipping is provided in most cases. Only one entry per person. Entry fee.
FSU College of Visual Arts
Monday, October 20, 2008
SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION - January 19, 2008
This is an important architectural prize with high media attention. an important architectural prize with high media attention. For the 2009 edition eVolo invites architects, engineers, and designers to continue exploring on new ideas and concepts for vertical density. Skyscrapers have been springing up in fast-developing countries without careful consideration of the urban fabric, environmental effects, and quality of life. The 2009 competition calls for innovative designs for the XXI Century which takes into consideration the historical and social context, the existing urban fabric, the human scale, and the environment. There is no restriction on site, height or shape. $2000 First Prize, plus others. Entry fee.
471 Central Park West 5th Floor
New York NY 10025http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 19, 2008
CALL FOR WORKS ON PAPER - November 15, 2008
Artworks on or of paper may be any size, but MUST fit in a 9 x 12 envelope; folded, 3D or multipart OK. Unmatted, unframed photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, mixed media, cast or folded paper or digital prints OK (other materials may be attached). Original artworks only; no reproductions. All work shown--no jury. Work must be marked on the back with artist's name, address, title & date of work and medium. No entry form. Open to all artists--no age requirements or geographic restrictions. All artwork will be for sale for $100US; artist receives 80%. Unsold works sent with SASE will be returned; no metering. Entry fee.
9 x 12
Fort Worth TX 76107http://email@example.com
DREAM-THEMED JURIED EXHIBITION - October 25, 2008
Dreams have long been celebrated as sources of inspiration and analogues for artworks. In dreams we see that the world might be otherwise, that oppressive forces might be overcome, and that our wishes might be fulfilled. But the dreams that have driven the development of the modern world have resulted, to the contrary, in previously unimaginable nightmares. We live in a world where genocide has become commonplace, where the necessary conditions for life on earth are threatened by our own actions, and where there seems to be no limit to our exploitation of one another. Entry fee.
2111 Mission St Suite 401
San Francisco CA 94110http://firstname.lastname@example.org
ESSAY WRITING CONTEST - November 30, 2008
In less than 750 words, tell us how recreating your personal space has changed your life, or how by making changes in your life, it has moved you to express yourself and recreate your home. These can be personal stories of love, loss, moving to a new area, or anything that has affected or inspired you to recreate your life and your home. Awards: $200, $150, $100 plus gift certificates and skirt! goodie bags. Entry fee.
Women On Writinghttp://wow-womenonwriting.com/contest.php
DECK & PROMENADE ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION - December 31, 2008
The competition provides a unique opportunity for architects and future architects to challenge conventional approaches to design, and to investigate and develop new concepts for an open and sustainable architecture for the 21st. century. Intended to bring wider international recognition to talented architects and designers. Entry fee.
Saturday, October 18, 2008
BOOK COVER DESIGN COMPETITION -
Wiley, a leading publisher of Adobe how-to books, is giving you a shot at having your design on a nationally published book. The winner's design will be in thousands of bookstores and will appear in national promotions. Plus, there's cash prizes, free books, and free SmugMug memberships for other winners.
CALL FOR SMALL WORKS - November 24, 2008
Call to Artists and Writers: "All Small Redux" returns to the premise of the acclaimed 2002 exhibition, "all small@eyedrum"-that the exquisite and completely petite nature of small works can be overwhelmingly mighty. In this time of downsizing, low returns, minimal output and small budgets, it is refreshing to celebrate the fabulous preciousness of the tiny. The the first "all small" jurors return: Lisa Alembik, Rachael Baldanza & Richard Gess. Visual media must be six inches or less in all dimensions, video must be 60 seconds or shorter and micro fiction must be 180 words or less. Exhibition dates: February 12-March 22, 2009. Entry fee.
The Dalton Gallery
Agnes Scott College
141 E College Av
Decatur GA 30030
Thursday, October 16, 2008
CALL FOR VISUALIZATION OF THE WRITTEN WORD - November 13, 2008
"Clamoring to Become Visible" - whether appropriated from popular culture, literary passages, or purposefully written by an individual artist, the utilization of language within the realm of contemporary visual arts presents specific challenges, both aesthetic and conceptual. The ability of the viewer to process the content of the written word is starkly different from the more visceral capacity to absorb the visual nature of art. It is this dichotomy that imbues text-based art with a limitless number of possibilities to reach its viewer on various intellectual and intuitive levels. BAC Gallery invites two-dimensional artists working in photography, painting, drawing and mixed media to apply. No entry fee.
Brooklyn Arts Council
55 Washington St Suite 218
Brooklyn NY 11201
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
50 STATES, 50 ARTISTS, 50 MEDIUMS - April 15, 2009
Open to all professional artists living or working in the United States. Open to any and all mediums in the art, craft, and design communities. One artist or designer from each state in the USA will represent a different medium, bridging the gap between the traditional fine art world and other arts disciplines, including craft, design, architecture, performance art, etc. I am interested in these intersections and how they translate into everyday life. This show will not only represent the importance of all art disciplines, but will also stress the importance of all working artists regardless of their location. Entry fee.
Sarah Elizabeth Condon
The Eclipse Gallery
507 Fourth St Hwy 42
Algoma WI 54201http://email@example.com
CALL FOR ART AUCTION DONATIONS - October 21, 2008
This open call for art can encompass any media and any subject matter. Artworks can be up to four (4) feet in any direction, and may not exceed 150lbs. The exhibition and auction will be a one day event with food, door prizes, and a silent auction of artwork. Artists will receive 2 tickets and up to 4 complimentary tickets will be sent on artist's behalf to the artist's most dedicated patrons.
Community Action Council
710 W High St
Lexington KY 40508
CALL FOR DIGITAL ART - November 30, 2008
Ventipertrenta2008, (International Festival of Digital Art, Fourth Edition). Exhibition dates: from 6th to 28th of December 2008. Prizes include a total of 600 euros, and, for the winners, a solo exhibition organized by Terra dell'Arte. Entry fee.
Terra dell'Arte – International Cultural Association
Belforte del Chienti
ANNUAL JURIED ART SHOW & COMPETITION - November 1, 2008
All Georgia artists, 16 years of age and older are invited to participate. Two and three-dimensional artworks are eligible to be entered, with the exception of photography, video, and installation art. The Best of Show winner will receive a $1,000 purchase award and the opportunity for a featured solo show in 2009. Cash prizes will be awarded for First Place ($300), Second Place ($200) and First Place ($100). Entry fee.
Karen L. Powers
Arts Clayton Inc
136 S Main St
Jonesboro GA 30236
JURIED FINE ART EXHIBITION - December 5, 2008
Fourteenth Annual Art in Harmony National Juried Fine Art Exhibition. Elk River, Minnesota. $9,700 in awards! Open to all artists world-wide. Show will be on exhibit Feb. 9-Mar. 27, 2009. Open to all media including digital, photography, sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, etc. Entry shall be by slides, photographs, or CDs. Entry fee.
Elk River Area Arts Alliance
CALL FOR SHOE-THEMED WRITING/ART - June 1, 2008
Hipsters, artists, musicians, political figures, scientists, mothers. The examples of people and their shoes are endless. Yet still, no matter how fascinating the adventures of their shoes are, it's all worth nothing without the story of the owner. And this is the content of the book I'm creating. So, if you have a pair of shoes that mean something to you, that have a story behind them, I'd like you to take an interesting picture of the shoe (in whatever setting you think is applicable). Then, write a short story about why the shoe is important, or make a poem, or a song... whatever you want. I want the content of the book to be as varied and universal as possible. In your e-mails, you may also leave your name and whatever other information you'd like to be included on your page. If you wish for this info to not be put in the book, that's fine too. I appreciate your help and look forward to seeing some interesting submissions.
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - November 1, 2008
Artists are invited to submit letters of interest and qualifications for one or more of three public art projects. The public art opportunities arise out of capital improvements recently undertaken by the city’s water division. Project budgets range from $25,000 to $149,000. Entry fee.
Cleveland Public Art
1951 W 26th St #101
Cleveland OH 44113
CALL FOR ENTRIES - November 2, 2008
Nationally Juried Show with the theme MYTHOLOGICAL RENDERINGS - INTERPRETING MYTHS AND LEGENDS THROUGH ART - January 22 - February 21, 2009. Juror: George Shackelford; Chair of the Art of Europe and Curator of Modern Art at the MFA, Boston. 70/30 artist/gallery sales split. Entry fee.
Saturday, October 11, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - October 27, 2008
The award winning redevelopment of Denver’s former Stapleton International Airport announces a public art opportunity with a commission of $155,000 for the Westerly Creek open space area. The site of this public art project is Westerly Creek Open Space, a unique ecologically designed environment at Stapleton that serves the storm water management needs of the community. The design of Westerly Creek allows natural and human activities to converge providing habitat for plants and animals and passive recreational opportunities for people.
Public Art Consultant for Stapleton
Friday, October 10, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - November 14, 2008
The UF 303 Naples Dental Clinic public art project is seeking art that relates to the design criteria of the building. The design criteria are health, education, caring, accessibility and the site as a dental home. The budget for this project is $20,000 and honoraria will be given to finalists from this amount.
Art in State Buildings
The University Galleries
University of Florida
Gainesville FL 32611-5803
CALL FOR DECADENCE-THEMED ART - October 31, 2008
Accepted works in all mediums will be on exhibit from January 8 – February 21, 2009. An opening reception and awards ceremony will be held on January 8, 2009, from 7-9pm. Any original work in 2-D or 3-D mediums will be accepted. Works should be completed in the last two years and not previously exhibited at the Center. Entries will be juried by Christaphora Robeers, an internationally recognized artist and instructor. Prizes: First Place will be awarded $750 and given a solo exhibition in the Center's Gumenick Gallery in the Summer of 2010; 2nd Place receives $500; 3rd Place receives $250; 4th place receives Honorable Mention. All accepted works will be included in an exhibition catalog. Entry fee.
For a prospectus, please contact:
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - October 24, 2008
The Project Partners are pleased to invite artists to apply for two public art projects for the new Minnesota Twins ballpark (Target Field) area. One project is located on the 5th Street side of the ballpark with a proposed budget of $200,000. The second project is part of the ballpark rail station and has a proposed budget of $150,000. Two other public art projects in the ballpark area may be announced in early 2009. Artists or artist teams may apply. Entry fee.
Public Arts Administrator
City of Minneapolis
Room 110 Public Service Center
250 So 4th St
Minneapolis MN 55415-1385
Thursday, October 09, 2008
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - January 15, 2009
Now accepting exhibition proposals open to all media for the 2009-2010 academic year. Proposals may include solo or group exhibitions. Please submit a proposal that includes contact information, artist statement for all participating artists, 10-20 digital images (300 dpi jpg) on CD, image inventory list (including title, media, size and date completed for each piece), resume or CV. No entry fee.
Olin Art Gallery
Washington & Jefferson College
60 S Lincoln St
Washington PA 15301http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR CLOTHING/SOFT SCULPTURE ART - November 28, 2008
This exhibit will explore the sculptural qualities of forms in fabric! Art will be featured that expresses itself through the stitched, sewn, knitted, or softly sculpted forms…to name only a few. This exhibit is an opportunity to showcase a diverse grouping of objects ranging from the nontraditional use of soft materials, to conceptually driven clothing or costuming or even to wearable performative art objects. The Stitch exhibit aims to show works which merge the methods of traditional craft with the art ideas of today. Entry fee.
South Seattle Community College Art Gallery
6000 16th Ave SW JMB 135
Seattle WA email@example.com
OPEN JURIED ART SHOW - October 17, 2008
All chosen artists will feature their work at a special Halloween Exhibition, October 31th 2008, which will continue to be displayed, front room of CIAO Gallery, until November 28th, 2008. Work can be any size, shape, medium, style in 2 or 3 dimensions and is open to all. Original Works in any medium. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place prizes. Entry fee.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
ARTIST WOODLAND RETREAT RESIDENCY - January 17, 2009
Artists' residencies, self-directed/project oriented, will be offered from May through November 2009, with possible off-season sessions in April and December. Most sessions are four weeks in duration. Residencies will be offered to visual (including digital) artists, music composers, environmental artists, landscape and garden designers, creative writers and architects. Work samples will be evaluated through a competitive, juried process. There is a $25 application processing fee required and artists are responsible for their own transportation to and from the area. They also provide for their own food and work materials. I-Park is a 450-acre natural woodland retreat in rural East Haddam, Connecticut. International applicants welcome. To defray the cost of travel, three $1,000 grants will be offered in 2009 to international artists. Music deadline is January 17, 2009.
CALL FOR MOVING IMAGE SUBMISSIONS - December 10, 2008
In 2009 tank.tv will be hosting an ambitious series of solo shows from established and emerging artists working with the moving image. We would like to allocate 3 of these shows to artists who respond to a series of three open calls for entries. You must have a body of work consisting of at least 10 moving image pieces that are ready for exhibition and which run no longer than ten minutes (although we are happy to consider excerpts from longer pieces). We will consider all forms of moving image work and welcome submissions from artists working at any stage of their careers, of all nationalities. Entry fee.
2nd Floor Princess House
50 - 60 Eastcastle St
London W1W 8EA
CALL FOR EROTIC ART - October 24, 2008
San Francisco's Exotic Erotic Ball and Expo Seeks Talented Artists for its Erotic Arts Festival, Oct 24 and 25, 2008. To support and facilitate entry for artists, the Exotic Erotic Ball has arranged for the subsidy of up to $50,000 of exhibiting costs. Artists can qualify for between $500 and $1,000 apiece. In addition, there are no application and processing fees, and no sharing of commissions, and all artists retain 100% of all their sales.
CALL FOR VIDEO/PERFORMANCE/INSTALLATION -
Send us your finest minutes, your dreams realized, your fictions animated, your adventures recorded, your sweat and passion woven into something of beauty, and we will take it to audiences across the country. Selections will be screened during the 6th annual Motion Graphics Festival tour in Chicago, Boston, Austin, Atlanta and Washington DC. Entry fee.
Motion Graphics Festivalhttp://MGFest.com/09/Easy
CALL FOR CROSS-CULTURAL THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - November 1, 2008
The Visual Culture Awards is an international edit-for-exhibition competition to uphold visual cross-cultural communications. These awards serve professional and student photographers whose work impacts generation and culture. Entry fee.
The Visual Culture Awards
YOUNG ARTISTS & WRITERS AWARDS - January 1, 2009
Students in grades 7 - 12 are invited to submit work to The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards of 2009, the nation's longest-running, largest, most prestigious recognition program for teenagers in the visual and literary arts. More than 30,000 teens will be recognized regionally with additional opportunities for exhibition, publication and scholarships. $3.25 million in scholarships will be made available to seniors earning national medals, and twelve Portfolio Gold Medalists will earn $10,000 scholarships from the Alliance.
Alliance for Young Artists & Writers
New York NY 10012http://firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS RESIDENCIES - October 15, 2008
The Hungarian Multicultural Center (HMC) is currently accepting applications for the Budapest-International Artist/Writer Residencies. Entry fee.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - November 17, 2008
The Project Committee seeks art that will relate to the tennis mission of the facility, and is appealing to young people. Art may also help to interpret the history of the tennis center, particularly its "Walk of Champions" on the wrap-around porch which will display the names of over 50 tennis players who have played matches at the center throughout its history. Art must withstand the Florida humid, salt air, hurricane force winds, strong UV and unsupervised, frequent contact with children. Budget: $50,000.
Manager of Cultural Affairs
City of St Petersburg, Florida
CALL FOR SHORT FILMS - October 24, 2008
Seeking short film submissions for its first gathering on Friday, November 7. The theme for this screening is "Vent Your Mind." Cash prizes will be awarded to top projects. Screenings will be followed by an award ceremony, presentations, discussion, and refreshments. Submissions cannot exceed 20 mins. Entry fee.
Escondido Municipal Gallery
262 E Grand Av
Escondido CA 92025
Tuesday, October 07, 2008
CALL FOR ART - December 29, 2008
Now accepting submissions for our 2009 exhibition calendar. Open to artists of any medium please prepare 5-10 Jpeg files, properly labeled that are smaller than 1MB each or a website where we can review your work. Also include a short biography or resume, as well as, an artist statement/goals. Entry fee.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - October 29, 2008
The City of Goodyear seeks to hire an artist or artist team to create a public artwork for the newly constructed Fire Station 185 at Pebble Creek. This station serves a diverse population which includes an active adult community. This area of Goodyear is developing rapidly and will include a new City Center complex, a spring training facility and ballpark for the Cleveland Indians and the Cincinnati Reds due to open in February, and a major regional shopping center also scheduled to open in 2009. Artwork should reflect the mission and activities of Goodyear Fire as well as the history and symbolism of the profession. Budget: $45,000 all inclusive.
City of Goodyear - All-America City
190 N Litchfield Rd
Goodyear AZ 85338
SYRACUSE NY SEEKS PUBLIC ART COORDINATOR - October 17, 2008
This position will report to the Director of Economic Development and perform duties related to two City Boards (the Syracuse Public Art Commission and the Landmark Preservation Board). Specifically, this position will promote and facilitate public art city-wide and assist artists and organizations in preparing applications for approval by the Public Art Commission. Additionally, the position will take applications, prepare agendas, minutes and resolutions for the Landmark Preservation Board. Candidates must possess a bachelor's degree with a concentration of course work (at least 18 semester credit hours) in art history, visual arts, public art administration, urban design/planning, historic preservation, architecture, landscape architecture, or related field or 4 years of work experience in one of the aforementioned areas. City residency is required.
For consideration, send resume to:
Director of Economic Development
312 City Hall
Syracuse NY 13202
CALL FOR NON-DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY - December 12, 2008
Photo2009 Black & White Classic Juried Photography Show. Juror: Howard Yezerski, Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA. Open to all photographers in the U.S. and Canada. Cash prizes awarded. Features traditional film and print black and white photography. No digital may be used in any part of the creation of the work. Show dates: January 18 – March 15, 2009. Artist reception/awards ceremony: January 31, 12 – 2 PM. Entry fee.
Brush Art Gallery and Studios
256 Market St
Lowell MA 01852http://email@example.com
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - December 31, 2008
Northwest artists are invited to submit digital images representing up to three sculptures appropriate for yearlong outdoor display. Five sculptures will be placed in prominent locations throughout Cannon Beach for one year, from April 2009 to April 2010. One sculpture, the winner of the "Peoples Choice Award", will be purchased for up to $15,000 and become a permanent part of the City's public art collection. Jurors: John Olbrantz, Maribeth Collins Director of the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Melissa G. Post, Curator, Museum of Glass & Jackie Kosak, Curator, Safeco Art Collection. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
City of Cannon Beach
Sculpture Without Walls
Cannon Beach OR 97110http://www.ci.cannon-beach.or.us/community/publicart.html
Monday, October 06, 2008
CALIFORNIA WHALE LICENSE PLATE CONTEST - January 15, 2009
The winning artwork will be featured on a new official DMV license plate and will available for purchase by all California drivers. As with the current plate, funds raised from purchase and renewal fees will support marine education, beach enhancement, and coastal trails. The new license plate will most likely be available for purchase in 2010. Any artistic media including photography, painting, digital art, or graphic design may be used – the key is that it be 11 3/8 inches wide by 5 3/8 inches high and will work as the background for a California license plate. A license plate template is included with the guidelines. The design must include a whale tail. Entry fee.
California Coastal Commission
45 Fremont St Suite 2000
San Francisco CA 94105
CALL TO ARTISTS - November 20, 2008
12th Annual National Juried Show, Feb. 4 – Mar. 2, 2009. Juror: Joey P. Mánlapaz. The show will be juried by CDs. Works must be original 2-D/3-D, no giclees or reproductions. Awards total $1000. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
1213 King St
Alexandria VA 22314
MEDIA THAT MATTERS FILM FESTIVAL - January 9, 2009
The premier showcase for short films with big messages. Following a New York City Premiere, Awards Ceremony and industry networking events in June 2009, your film will take part in the Media That Matters international, multi-platform campaign with DVD distribution, broadcasts, streaming and hundreds of screenings across the globe! Keep it short! Under 12 minutes is good, but under 8 is even better. Any and all social issues. This year we are looking for films on Media Literacy, Human Rights, Elections & Democracy, Sustainability, Sexual Identity—but all social issues are accepted. Youth produced projects are encouraged. Entry fee.
Media That Mattershttp://www.mediathatmattersfest.org/submit
Saturday, October 04, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - October 24, 2008
Artists are invited to apply for two public art projects for the new Minnesota Twins ballpark (Target Field) area. One project is located on the 5th Street side of the ballpark with a proposed budget of $200,000. The second project is part of the ballpark rail station and has a proposed budget of $150,000. Two other public art projects in the ballpark area may be announced in early 2009. Artists or artist teams may apply. Entry fee.
City of Minneapolis
Room 110 Public Service Center
250 S 4th St
Minneapolis MN 55415-1385
REGIONAL CALL FOR ART - January 23, 2008
The critically acclaimed JURIED ANNUAL is an exhibition of member artists that consistently showcases the best new work in the region. Works are juried by digital submissions. The juror for this event is ALI SUBOTNIK who recently served as co-curator of the 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art and is currently serving as curator for the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Entry fee.
550 Second St
Oakland CA 94607
HEALTHY CHILDREN ART CONTEST - November 21, 2008
We are looking for pieces of art from children, grades K-12, which focus on why having health care is important. The purpose of the art contest is to convey positive messages concerning the importance of keeping children healthy for a stronger country. All artwork must be original and pertain to the theme "America's Future Starts with Healthy Children because..." The artwork must be the contestant's original hand-drawn creation. Children with special needs may have assistance from teachers, parents or guardians to help with their entry. Winning artists’ entries, and some of the other entries, will have their artwork exhibited at Union Station and the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C. Winning artists and a parent or guardian will be invited to attend the unveiling at Union Station in Washington, D.C. in January of 2009.
The Health Rights Organizing Project
Friday, October 03, 2008
COLLEGE ART/CREATIVE SOLUTIONS SCHOLARSHIPS - March 31, 2009
College scholarships of up to $20,000 (up to $5000.00 per year for four years) are awarded to high school seniors, high school juniors and college freshmen who have come up with creative solutions to problems faced by their schools, communities, or families, or who have solved artistic, scientific or technical problems in distinctive ways. Students who are residents of Connecticut or New York City, or who have applied to (or will be applying to) any undergraduate degree program in an accredited college, university, vocational or technical school in Connecticut or New York City are eligible. No entry/application fees.
Milton Fisher Scholarship
Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
70 Audubon St
New Haven CT 06510
CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY - October 17, 2008
The newest gallery in Manchester, New Hampshire is pleased to announce its first show, 1. The primarily photographic gallery is now accepting submissions. All work will be shown. No entry fee.
Manchester, New Hampshirehttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, October 02, 2008
CHOCOLATE COMPANY SEEKS CONTAINER ART - October 15, 2008
We look forward to continuing the sweet movement to FIX THE WORLD with your support. We are increasing our commitment to showcasing art as part of our overarching commitment to building a sweet movement to fix the world. We have increased the canvas for sweetriot emerging artist rioters by giving them almost 50% of our tin vs. the 15% in the past. Entry fee.
670 Broadway Suite 302
New York NY 10012