Sunday, November 30, 2008
CALL FOR ARTIST RESIDENCY APPLICATIONS - December 15, 2008
Residents will be awarded a 1200-2000 sq ft studio for 6 months, with 24 hr access, access to visiting curators and other gallery directors, a solo exhibition in our project space, and inclusion in an end-of-program catalog highlighting their work over the length of the residency. The current Aferro building can accommodate up to 5 artists
at a time. Artists will be selected on the basis of quality of work, commitment to their field, and ability to interact positively with the community at large.
248 Sherman Av #43
New York NY 10034http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR SOFT PASTEL ART - March 2, 2009
Competitive exhibition open to living artists working in soft pastel. Over $2,400 in special awards will be selected from the entire exhibit. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
Old Forge NY 13420http://email@example.com
CALL FOR FINE CRAFTS - March 5, 2009
Open to all artists residing in the United States. All fine craft media will be considered (please no "2D" fine art, photography or paintings). All work must be for sale. Best in Show wins $750. Other cash prizes. Entry fee.
Contact for prospectus:
Artisans Center of Virginia
801 West Broad St
Waynesboro VA 22980
Saturday, November 29, 2008
CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY - January 15, 2009
Call for Entry to all photography for its inaugural issue of fotoblur print edition. Submissions will be selected by members of the fotoblur community. Voting will begin on Jan 15, 2009 and will end on Jan 31st, 2009. Winners will receive a free one year premium account to fotoblur.com. fotoblur is a photography community that offers its members a place to showcase their work. We provide our members an easy, simple interface for creating and displaying a personal gallery.
Friday, November 28, 2008
WRITER/PHOTOGRAPHER DOCUMENTARY PRIZE - January 31, 2009
DOROTHEA LANGE-PAUL TAYLOR PRIZE, an annual $20,000 award from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, promotes the collaboration between a writer and a photographer in the formative or fieldwork stages of a documentary project. Collaborative submissions on any subject are welcome. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
Center for Documentary Studies
1317 W Pettigrew St
Durham NC 27705http://cds.aas.duke.edu/l-t
NATIONAL JURIED ART COMPETITION - January 15, 2009
20"x20"x20": A National Compact Competition & Exhibit. $5000 in Cash Awards. LSU Union Art Gallery, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Open to all artists in U.S. All media. $30 entry fee for 3 entries. Juror: Rene Paul Barilleaux, Chief Curator of Contemporary Art, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas.
Contact for prospectus:
LSU Union Art Gallery
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge LA 70894http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR SCULPTORS - January 19, 2009
Seeking applicants for the 2010 Window to Sculpture Emerging Artist Series (W2S) with an open call for artists with an Ohio background. Begun in 1991, the series annually features the work of 4-6 exceptional contemporary sculptors and installation artists who have been working as professional artists for no more than 10 years. Eligible artists must have an Ohio connection and have completed an arts degree, apprenticeship, or equivalent self-taught experience. Entry fee.
NAACP CALL FOR ARTISTS - February 27, 2009
The Norwich Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People joins in the national commemoration with a juried art exhibit, open to all artists whose work captures the spirit and history of the NAACP. Seeking artwork that celebrates 100 years of fighting for freedom, removing racial barriers to open opportunities, reflecting on the birth of the NAACP and the diversity of the men and women who were the founders. From the historical events and currents issues, an insight of the future may be envisioned. $2,050 in prizes, $1000 first prize. Entry fee.
Thursday, November 27, 2008
CALL FOR TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART - January 30, 2009
This exhibition actively seeks audacious art projects that address the relationship of our physical environment to human life. An improbable scenario, a disruptive innovation. An idea that’s explosive, but you may never have developed it fully because it seemed impossible to realize. Your submission may be visualized using drawing, painting, digital imagery, photography, sculpture, installation, or any hybrid format. Works that are the result of personal inquiry or independent research are actively encouraged. Work may explore issues of environmental sustainability, industrial and cultural production, the limits of materials, the trajectory of human consumption, or the human condition with respect to the physical world. Open to all media. Two prize winners will be awarded a joint exhibition/installation at Creative Arts Workshop in 2010. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send SASE to:
Creative Arts Workshop
80 Audubon St
New Haven CT 06510
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
CALL FOR PORTFOLIO SUBMISSIONS - January 31, 2009
Now accepting submissions for 2009 (on CD) for Studio Artists Representation. The submission form can be downloaded at in our 'Call for Artists' section. We require an 8-10 piece portfolio on CD to be considered for a portfolio page on our site. Submission for Studio Artist Representation is completely FREE. Lawton Studios does not charge any fees to its Studio Artists for the 'portfolio pages'.
CALL FOR ART ABOUT WOMEN IN THE KITCHEN - February 13, 2009
Now accepting entries for A Pinch and a Dash, an exhibition celebrating Women's History Month March 28- April 19, 2009 at the Mills Pond House Gallery. The exhibition seeks to examine the American woman's changing role in the kitchen, from rural times when a woman's biscuits defined her reputation, to twentieth century ready-made preparation. A Pinch and a Dash calls for works that exemplify women's role in the kitchen or reveal how that role has changed to meet new challenges in American society, from providing sustenance for the family, to maintaining ethnic traditions, to natural and organic awareness. Juror: Connie Koppelman, PhD, independent curator and speaker on subjects in women's art. Open to all media. Entries must be submitted as 300 ppi jpeg files on CD only.
For prospectus send SASE to:
Smithtown Township Arts Council
660 Rte 25A
St James NY 11780http://www.stacarts.org
ART FESTIVAL CALL TO ARTISTS - February 20, 2009
This exhibit will be accepting 2D and 3D art in all media plus photography from artists residing in a 300 mile radius of Knoxville. This year’s juror is Karlota I. Contreras-Koterbay, Director of Slocumb Galleries at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City. A total of $4,000.00 in awards will be presented. The exhibit will run from April 2 to 25, 2009. Entry is by jpg images on CD. Entry fee.
Prospectus and entry forms:
Dogwood Arts Festival
CALL FOR CALIFORNIA ARTISTS - January 16, 2009
A California statewide competition, held April 2 to May 1, 2009. Up to $7500 in awards. David Ogle, sculptor and monoprint artist, Dale Laitinen, watercolor artist, and Kenney Mencher, oil and dry media figure artist are the jurors. Randall Sexton, plein air artist, is the Awards Juror. Open to 2-D paintings of all media, mixed media, printmaking, digital and film photography, and 3-D sculpture. This competition is open to all artists (18 years old or older) who are residents of California. Works must be original, completed within the last three years, available for sale, and not previously shown in Los Gatos Museums. Only digital entries will be accepted. Entry fee.
Los Gatos Art Association
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - January 12, 2009
Artists/teams residing in the United States are invited to submit qualifications for the York Recognition public art project for Lewis & Clark College. This project seeks to acknowledge the significance of York, an African American slave who played an important role in Lewis & Clark's Corps of Discovery. The total art budget is $125,000. No entry fee.
Regional Arts & Culture Council
108 NW 9th Av Suite 300
Portland OR 97209-3318
NATIONAL JURIED CUP EXHIBITION - February 16, 2009
Nationally-known ceramics professor and artist, Peter Pinnell, will make selections
from among some of the most intriguing and exceptional cups produced by
contemporary ceramic artists for Lux Center for the Arts’ nation-wide juried cup
exhibition held in Lincoln, Nebraska. Functional and non-functional interpretations
of the cup, produced in clay, may be submitted. Entry fee.
Lux Center for the Arts
Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator
OPEN ART COMPETITION - January 31, 2009
The competition is open to all new and emerging visual artists & photographers from around the world, amateur or professional, working in a 2D, wall hanging format. To qualify as a new or emerging artist you would have been practicing for less than five years or have graduated less than five years ago and be unrepresented by a major gallery, agent or publisher at the time of application. Applications are invited from practicing Artists over the age of 16. There are no geographical, media or subject restrictions but all work submitted must be two-dimensional wall hanging with a maximum dimension of 1.5m x 1.5m. Entry fee.
Ovenden Contemporary (Art Promotions) Limited
2 Froize End
Cambs CB6 3UQ
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART/TOUR PROPOSALS - June 16, 2009
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site seeks proposals for its 2010 tour season and beyond. There are two funding categories : Exhibition Approval providing a budget of up to $7,500 and approval to exhibit at the historic site; and Exhibition Development, providing up to $2,500 with no guarantee of exhibition. No entry fee.
Eastern State Penitentiary
2027 Fairmount Av
Philadelphia PA 19130
OPEN CALL FOR VIDEO COMPETITION - December 27, 2008
fondazione march presents the second edition of Où va la vidéo?, open call that wants to investigate which direction the artistic research of young videomakers is pursuing. The renewal of the competition wants to continue in observing those works directing towards new forms of experimentation, nowadays when this medium seems to be a consolidated and institutionalized technique. The Foundation intends to carry out the research path already started through the first edition of the competition; moreover we think that the institution itself must provide and act as debate platform, able to gather the suggestions rising from the works of young artists. Entry fee.
via armistizio 49
35142 Padova (PD)
CALL FOR 60 SECOND SOUND AND VIDEO WORKS - January 15, 2009
Seeking composers and artists living/working in New England, USA for an exhibition titled "WHAT IF?". 60 sound pieces and 60 videos will be selected and intentionally paired based on the curators' responses to both media. These 60 sound & video pieces are intended for presentation or installation in a wide variety of venues. The conceptual focus is an exploration of intentionality and randomness. There are no stylistic preferences. We encourage submission of sound art and silent video of all genres (for example sound or noise pieces, field recordings, deconstructions, reconstructions,text works, spoken word, combinations of all of the above, and new works produced specifically for this project.) No entry fee.
See submission guidelines at:http://www.nmnmne.org
Monday, November 24, 2008
BLACK & WHITE JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW - December 12, 2008
Photo 2009 Black & White Classic Juried Photography Show. Exhibition dates: January 18 to March 15, 2009. Opening reception: January 31, 12-2 PM. Juror: Howard Yezerski, Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA. Entry fee.
For complete details and prospectus:
Brush Art Gallery & Studios
256 Market St
Lowell MA 01852
Saturday, November 22, 2008
CALL FOR WOMEN ARTISTS - January 15, 2009
How will Obama’s election change our world? The "First Response" theme is structured to bring together works that are literally a responsive, creative reaction to the recent election. Artists are invited to imagine how America and our world will be changed with Obama as President. Works can be exhibited in an un-framed, un-matted, and less prepared state for this exhibition, to accommodate for time constraints and to enhance the theme. Entry fee.
The Pen and Brush
16 E 10th St
New York NY 10003http://www.penandbrush.org
CALL FOR CALIFORNIA WOMEN ARTISTS - April 1, 2009
Artists are invited to submit work for "Control", an exhibition to be juried by the Guerrilla Girls West. The exhibition will be at SomArts Cultural Center, Main Gallery, San Francisco. All media accepted, and we encourage installation, video and large works. Please read prospectus for details on "Control". What controls you? Entry fee.
SomArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St
San Francisco CA 94103http://email@example.com
Friday, November 21, 2008
VOICE SCHOLARHIP AND COMPETITION AWARD - February 1, 2009
The $10,000 Shirley Rabb Winston Scholarship in Voice and the $10,000 Naomi Winston Scholarship in Art have been established to allow young artists the opportunity to receive advanced training in either voice or art. Applicants in NC and VA(south of Fredericksburg) are required to demonstrate proficiency in their art through submission of the required materials (DVDs for vocal applicants and CDs or DVDs and prints for art applicants) to the VA/NC NSAL Chapter. Entry fee.
Janice Cain Rodgers
4727 Amber Ridge Court
Charlottesville VA 22901
CALL FOR SOUTHERN ARTISTS - February 13, 2009
A juried exhibition featuring artists from the 5 southern states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Open to all visual artists over 18 years of age currently residing in those states. Entries can include all types of media including photography, video/DVD and multimedia installations. Works that are original, completed within the past two years and not previously exhibited at the AcA will qualify for submission. No students please. Cash awards of $1,000 for 1st place, $750 for 2nd place and $500 for 3rd place. 1st place winner will also receive a solo exhibition as part of the AcA's Small Gallery Series during May 2010. Purchase awards ranging from $500 to $2500. Entry fee.
Acadiana Center for the Arts
101 West Vermilion St
Lafayette LA 70501
IRONSTONE ANNUAL ART SALE & COMPETITION - January 9, 2009
Open Division, 2 dimensional works any subject matter, media excluding digitally produced images. $1000 1st Prize, $500.00 2nd. Prize, $250 3rd prize. Entry forms for Open Division Due February 4th, 2009. Theme Division, "An Obsession with Ironstone", $500 prize with publication of image as Ironstone Vineyards Obsession Poster for 2009. Entry fee.
1894 Six Mile Road
Murphys CA 95247
Thursday, November 20, 2008
FICTION POETRY ESSAY CONTEST - December 15, 2008
The fiction and poetry prize of $2000 each is one of the largest prize awards given by a US literary journal for a single story or poem. Entry fee.
Fiction Prize/Poetry Prize
Department of English
College of Charleston
66 George St
Charleston SC 29424http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
NARAL PRO-CHOICE AMERICA T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST - December 2, 2008
Calling all artists!!! Win $1000 for your t-shirt design! This contest is open to all! Enter our t-shirt design contest! NARAL recently launched a new and innovative campaign, free.will.power, with the goal of alerting young people to the challenges facing a pro-choice America. What do the words free.will.power mean to you? What does it mean to have a choice? Entry fee.
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT - December 17, 2008
We send you the sketchbook, you make the art. Then Art House is taking all the sketchbooks on a 6 city tour to galleries and museums across the U.S. The goal of the exhibition is to encourage anyone to create artwork and build a collective of sketchbooks made by artists from all over the world. You don't have to be a professional artist to participate in the exhibition. This project is about being creative and inspiring yourself and others. We want to bring artists together and give everyone a chance to show in museums and galleries around the country! Art House projects have been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine, Good Magazine, Urban Outfitters blog, Yahoo Daily Wire, and National Geographic's Intelligent Traveler. Check out their website for more information in how to get involved at http://www.arthousecoop.com
Sign up for your sketchbook at:http://www.thesketchbookproject.com
CALL FOR IMMIGRATION THEMED ART - December 18 2008
Two artists will be commissioned to develop, in collaboration with museum staff and students from the Museum’s Shared Journeys ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) program, site-specific art installations. The installations should shed light on the connections between immigrant experiences past and present, illuminating the parallels the Shared Journeys students see between the lives of the residents of 97 Orchard Street at their own experiences as new immigrants. Entry fee.
91 Orchard St
New York NY 10002
NATIONAL NUDE IN CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION - December 15, 2008
Artists are invited to submit work in any medium and encouraged to consider many aspects of the theme using the figure in a contemporary representation, from abstract to realism, from personal to political. Open to all artists living in the USA. Works in all fine art media completed within the last 5 years are eligible. Art should be original, no mass produced prints or reproductions. Hand pulled prints, original digital prints and photographs will be accepted. Artist must be at least 18 years of age. Cash awards will be given. $500 first prize. Others to be determined. Entry fee.
A.D. Gallery Director
UNC Pembroke Art Department
One University Dr
Pembroke NC 28372http://www.uncp.edu/home/gaywrtheA.D.Gallery@gmail.com
CALL FOR LARGE PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - December 15, 2008
The purpose is to develop, curate and showcase works of large format art for public display and enjoyment. Artists have the opportunity to exhibit their work to a wider public audience including the casual observer and art enthusiast alike. All projects are large scale, sometimes taking the artists into unfamiliar territories and bringing new and interesting influences to communities. Artbridge takes the experience of art beyond gallery walls and moves it onto the street where it can be fully experienced. In a city under constant construction and redevelopment, Artbridge installations attempt to interact with pedestrians in a new way, bringing light, color, form and beauty to our daily outdoor world. Entry fee.
526 W 26th St #503
New York NY 10011http://email@example.com
Monday, November 17, 2008
CALIFORNIA PRINTMAKING EXHIBITION - January 26, 2009
Artists are invited to enter work in traditional printmaking techniques such as Intaglio, lithography, relief prints, serigraphy, monoprints & types, as well as combinations of traditional with experimental, digital or other media. Prints which are solely digitally produced will not be considered. Awards: $200 Best of Show; $50 Coordinators Award, and Merit Awards. Entry fee.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
6780 Depot St
Sebastopol CA 95472
CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY - January 31, 2009
2009 Kellicutt International Juried Photo Show: Through A Lens - Contrasting Elements - by the Coastal Arts League - Half Moon Bay, CA. Over $3,500 in Cash Prizes. Jurors: Michael Collopy, Charles Cramer & Janet Jones. Exhibition: April 2009.
For Entry Form & Complete Rules visit our Web-Site at:
ART AGENT/DEALER AND COACH - December 31, 2008
Need an agent to get your work out? Need expert advice? Then look to someone who has actually sold work, exhibited in The Whitney Biennial, and is a dealer and agent who also helps artists with their careers through coaching.
SAN FRANCISCO WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL - December 15, 2008
SFWFF accepts films and videos directed or co-directed by women of all lengths and genres: narrative, experimental, documentary, music video, and animation. No entry fee.
Women's Film Institutehttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS - January 23, 2009
Open to all artists, independent curators and arts organizations presenting contemporary work in any medium. The Gallery is a venue for exhibitions that explore new and challenging ideas, free from the traditional constraints of a commercial gallery. CuDC is seeking inventive, original proposals in any media. Entry fee.
Cultural Development Corporation
916 G St NW
Washington DC 20001
INTERACTIVE MEDIA AWARDS COMPETITION - December 31, 2008
The annual international interactive media awards competition, has opened its call for entries for 2009. The competition recognizes the best web sites, videos, cd-rom, dvd graphics, online ads and more. All winners receive a complimentary certificate, matted and ready for framing, promotion on the Horizon Interactive Awards website and access to exclusive winners promotional tools. Entry fee.
Horizon Interactive Awardshttp://www.horizoninteractiveawards.com
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS - December 15, 2008
Artists and groups of all cultural fields are invited to submit proposals for works/actions for Factory, an international exhibition taking place in two venues from May 2009. Factory exhibition focuses on production processes and their outcome in the framework of the art field, as well as on the social-economic structures that govern the contemporary world. The exhibition's theme is inspired by Andy Warhol's famous studio, which carried diverse functions during the 60s – a gathering place for the New York bohemia, a site in which both superstars and marginal characters dwelled, a place that shaped the public and artistic persona of Warhol and his companions while functioning as an artist's studio in the full sense of the word, stimulating artistic production in various media. Factory exhibition foregrounds the critical tension that resides in production processes of different art practices (video, sound, installation, performance, painting, photography etc.), between the live event, concrete artifacts and their display and consumption. We seek to induce the same tension in the friction and echoing formed between the exhibition's two venues, as the artistic activity in each of the sites will be shaped according to the unique characteristics of each space. Entry fee.
MoBY Museums of Bat Yam
6 Struma St
Saturday, November 15, 2008
ACADEMIC AND ARTISTIC FELLOWSHIPS - January 12, 2009
Seeking applications from composers, writers, and visual artists pursuing specific projects and from scholars pursuing studies in the humanities and social sciences relating to French and francophone cultures. The interdisciplinary residency program is intended to give fellows the time and space they need to realise their projects. The Foundation's hillside campus overlooks the Mediterranean Sea in Cassis, France; it includes thirteen furnished apartments, a reference library, and three art/music studios. Fellows are provided with accommodation on campus. A stipend of $2,500 is also available. Residencies are one semester (either early-September to mid-December or mid-January to the end of May). Entry fee.
The Camargo Foundationhttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR ART & TECHNOLOGY PROPOSALS - December 14, 2008
Open call for the submission of projects to be collaboratively developed within the framework of the Interactivos?'09: Garage Science international workshop and seminar. The aim is to design and build experimental and critical prototypes such as mechanical, digital, and biological devices, using open software and open hardware tools, as well as low cost materials. A call for papers is also open with the participation of the Critical Art Ensemble. No entry fee.
Nerea García Gamendia
Plaza de las Letras
C/ Alameda, 15
+34 913 692 303http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR CENTRAL FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPHERS - January 22, 2009
Announcing a call for Central Florida Photographers for a juried exhibition. Open to all photographers 18 years +, living and working in Central Florida. All subject matter, techniques and style welcome. Monetary awards will be given. The show runs March 1-29, 2009. Entry fee.
The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery
Friday, November 14, 2008
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - January 5, 2009
The Art in Public Places Program of the City of San Luis Obispo, California is seeking an artist or team of artists to design, fabricate and install an artwork or artworks at the Higuera Street Fountain, located at the intersection of Higuera and Mash Streets. At total of $125,000 is available to the artist or artists commissioned for this piece. Entry fee.
City of San Luis Obispo
Department of Finance and Information and Technology
990 Palm St
San Luis Obispo CA 93401
CALL FOR LANDSCAPE/DREAMSCAPE RELATED ART - January 31, 2009
Winners will partake in JayKay's International Spring Show. JayKay Gallery is an arts center located in the quaint town of Carrouge, Switzerland, just a few miles outside of Lausanne, in the gorgeous Swiss country side, near Lake Geneva, vineyards and the Swiss alps. The gallery is in a renovated 3 story farmhouse dating back to the 19th C. Since 2000, JayKay Gallery has spearheaded exciting exhibitions and programming, including monthly exhibitions, various workshops, artist in residencies, and musical concerts; with their most recent exhibition attaining close to 1000 visitors. Entry fee.
Reflect-arts....other than that all good.http://email@example.com
CALL FOR ENTRIES - November 18, 2008
Emerging Artists Juried Show. All media accepted except video, film and installations. Entry fee.
For details and prospectus:
The Art Center in Highland Park
1957 Sheridan Road
Highland Park IL 60035
CALL FOR PROFESSIONAL LEVEL SCULPTURE - February 28, 2009
San Mateo County, California, sculptors (professional level), 6-month exhibitions in the
Rotunda Gallery, County Government Center, Redwood City. $1,000 honorarium. No entry fee. Large work encouraged.
Send SASE for Prospectus to:
Peninsula Sculptors' Guild
1870 Ralston Av
Belmont CA 94002
CALL FOR WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH THEMED ART - February 13, 2009
Now accepting entries for A Pinch and a Dash, an exhibition celebrating Women's History Month March 28-April 19, 2009, at the Mills Pond House Gallery. The exhibition seeks to examine the American woman's changing role in the kitchen, from rural times when a woman's biscuits defined her reputation, to twentieth century ready-made preparation. A Pinch and a Dash calls for works that exemplify women's role in the kitchen or reveal how that role has changed to meet new challenges in American society, from providing sustenance for the family, to maintaining ethnic traditions, to natural and organic awareness. Juror: Connie Koppelman, PhD, independent curator and speaker on subjects in women's art. Open to all media. Art must be submitted as 300 ppi jpeg files on CD only. Entry fee.
For prospectus send SASE to:
Smithtown Township Arts Council
660 Rte 25A
St James NY 11780http://www.stacarts.org
OREGON K-12 STUDENT POETRY CONTEST - February 2, 2009
Students can enter in four divisions: Division I, for those in kindergarten and 1st and 2nd grades; Division II, for 3rd through 5th grade students; Division III, for students in grades 6, 7, and 8; and Division IV, for high school students in grades 9 through 12. No entry fee.
Oregon City OR 97045http://www.oregonpoets.org
Thursday, November 13, 2008
NATIONAL OIL PAINTING EXHIBITION - January 9, 2009
Oil Painters of America will hold its Eighteenth Annual National Exhibition of Representational Oil Paintings, May 1 – May 31, 2009, at the Sage Creek Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Approximately thirty awards will be given with a total value estimated in excess of $45,000 including a $20,000 Best of Show. A full color catalog will be available. Entry fee.
Oil Painters of America
Crystal Lake IL 60039-2488
TORONTO GALLERY HOLIDAY ART SALE - November 30, 2008
They say art is recession proof. So... Bring small original art or craft works (as many as you want) to Propeller Gallery for a 50/50 Art Exhibition & Sale. Each work should be priced affordably ($300 and under) and proceeds from all sales will be split with the Gallery. Drawings, Paintings, Collages, Photos, Sculptures, Jewelry,Digital Prints, Serigraphs, Etchings, etc, will be accepted in this open, non-juried, fundraiser for PCVA. Drop off your work Sunday November 30, after 5 pm.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts
984 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M6J 1H1
CALL FOR SELF-PUBLISHED PHOTO BOOKS - January 24, 2009
Photographers have been witness to a dizzying array of groundbreaking innovations in recent years. One of those exciting innovations is the emergence of "self-published, on demand" book printing services. You know.... Blurb, Lulu, iPhoto, MyPublisher and all those other proliferating providers as well. These books allow photographers to present their photographs in a high-quality, low-cost and professional-looking book. Let’s celebrate these books and the artists behind them. Photo+Book will be juried by Christopher Rauschenberg. Four artists submitting books will be selected for Best of Show Awards. Entry fee.
23 Sandy Gallery
623 NE 23rd Av
Portland OR 97232
NATIONAL JURIED PHOTO EXHIBITION - February 14, 2009
Open to USA and its territories. Media includes all forms of photography created within the last two years. Awards amount to $3000. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an SASE to:
Cheryl H. Hahn
Yakima WA 98907
STUDENT FILMMAKING SCHOLARSHIPS - March 10, 2009
Two grants - each for up to $3000, will be presented. Both undergraduate and graduate film students are invited to apply. No entry fee.
For more information and an application, contact:
Phi Delta Theta Foundation
2 South Campus Av
Oxford OH 45056
CALL FOR OREGON ARTISTS - April 10, 2009
Oregon artists are invited to submit to the 12th biennial Oregon Made for Interiors exhibit featuring high quality, handmade furniture, tapestries, light fixtures, wall hangings, and other artistic furnishings. All entries will be judged from five color images on CD. Entry fee.
For a prospectus/application form, contact:
Karen Marie Pavelec
Maude Kerns Art Center
1910 East 15th Av
Eugene OR 97403
CALL FOR CONTEMPORARY LAND/ART - November 17, 2008
Richard Levy Gallery is currently accepting proposals for innovative projects that relate to land art or earth art for LAND/ART which extends from summer 2009 through the late fall. This opportunity could include either/both a gallery exhibition or a remote outdoor exhibition at one of the many designated public sites for this event. No entry fee.
For complete entry information:
Richard Levy Gallery
514 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque NM 87102
CALL FOR NEW MEXICO LAND/ART PROPOSALS - February 15, 2009
Encouraging proposals from artists who can imagine and create work based on the use of exotic flora so prevalent in the City of Albuquerque's Bosque and who can design functional or symbolic systems for water harvesting. ABQ Open Space will remain flexible with successful submissions concerning material, yet will try to maintain a “Tread Lightly” attitude in the interest of preserving vital Open Space habitat. NO entry fee.
For complete entry information:
Open Space Visitor Center
Albuquerque NM 87103
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
CALL TO ARTISTS - December 31, 2008
New, 1500 sq ft gallery is now reviewing portfolios for solo, group exhibitions and gallery representation for 2009 and 2010. Open to all Southern US artists 18+ (no students) in all media. Submit resume, bio, artist statement and 10 images with title, dimensions, medium and price in description (photo, CD/DVD) of work completed in past 2 years. Application materials will not be returned. Commission 40%, works insured on premises only. Artist is responsible for shipping, delivery. No entry fee.
The Oak Street Gallery
Hammond LA 70404
CALL FOR ENCAUSTIC WORKS - January 15, 2009
This is the seventh in a series of juried biennial exhibitions sponsored by R&F Handmade Paints, providing a forum to demonstrate and document the impact that encaustic is having on contemporary art. Exhibition venue is the Castle Gallery at The College of New Rochelle, NY. The show will run from March 29th - June 14th, 2009. This year’s juror is nationally-renown painter, Heather Hutchison. A full color catalogue will accompany the exhibition. Entry fee.
R & F Handmade Paints
CALL FOR MAIL ART - December 3, 2008
Artlink would like to fill our hallway gallery with postcard mail art from around the world. The postcards will be on display during the Fort Wayne Photographers exhibit, December 12, 2008 – January 14, 2009. There will be no jury, no fees and no return of artwork. All participating artists' names will be listed on the Artlink website. All postcards will be sold with all proceeds benefiting Artlink’s exhibitions.
437 East Berry St Suite 202
Fort Wayne IN 46802
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS FROM MISSOURI ARTISTS - December 12, 2008
Artists should submit qualifications only, not design proposals, a hallmark of the city’s Percent for Art program since it allows the artist, once selected, to propose a work or works after they are under contract and have been able to learn the specifics of the overall construction site and project. The art budget for the Fire Station project is $14,500. Entry fee.
Office of Cultural Affairs
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
CALL FOR ENTRIES - December 15, 2008
The gallery is sponsoring monthly competitions, some themed, some open subject, in which the top entries earn potentially significant cash awards. The competitions are also designed to challenge artists to stretch their abilities in new and exciting ways by setting unusual parameters for each event, such as a limited color palette, a specific theme, or a community image where all artists use the same reference photo to produce an original work. Entry fee.
Prizma Virtual Galleryhttp://www.prizmagallery.com
CALL FOR WEARABLE ART - March 6, 2009
The 2009 Wearable Art Awards invites artists and designers to submit application packages for original garments to be included in the event's performances and exhibition. $5,000 CDN in prize money will be awarded. Presented by the Port Moody Arts Centre Society, the Wearable Art Awards encourage artists of all mediums to submit evocative, imaginative and thought provoking creations for the human body. Entry fee.
Port Moody Arts Centre Society
2425 St Johns St
Port Moody BC V3H 2B2
JURIED SEXUALITY-THEMED ART SHOW - February 16, 2008
Now accepting submissions from all artists 18 years and older creating artworks that explore sex, gender, sexuality, eroticism, reproduction, romantic relationships, and/or the sensual human figure. Entries must be original works from all medias including: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, video art, sculpture, ceramics, fibers, computer based art, or mixed media. Entry fee.
Artifacts and Photography
The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction
1165 E Third St
Morrison Hall 313
Bloomington IN 47405
HOLIDAY ART FESTIVAL - November 21, 2008
Artists of all media-fine arts, crafts (booths included!) are invited to submit. Each of the nine tour stops is designed to be a unique experience--there will even be a Christmas Ornaments stop with trees this year. You need not be on site to participate. Entry fee.
Monte Arts Councilhttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
FILM FESTIVAL POSTER CONTEST - March 6, 2009
Posters should have a strong graphic impact and should be eye-catching from 20-30 feet away. The design should make the viewer want to stop and read the poster (and hopefully, visit the Real to Reel Film Festival Web site and/or buy tickets). Only original artwork will be considered. The contest is open to anyone and multiple designs may be submitted. Entry fee.
Real to Reel Film Festival Poster Contest
111 S Washington St
Shelby NC 28150http://www.realtoreelfest.com
Monday, November 10, 2008
CALL FOR FINE ARTS & CRAFT - March 15, 2009
Artists are invited to apply to the top ranking 13th annual Art In The Pearl Fine Arts & Crafts Festival 2009. The festival is held Labor Day Weekend, September 5, 6 & 7, in the beautiful North Park blocks setting of Portland, Oregon's urban-chic Pearl District. Entry fee.
Art In The Pearl Fine Arts & Crafts Festival
MACDOWELL COLONY WOMEN WRITERS FELLOWSHIP - January 15, 2009
At The MacDowell Colony, artists receive the exclusive use of a private studio, living accommodations, three meals a day, and the benefits of participating in a dynamic multidisciplinary community of fellow artists on the Colony’s 450 acres in Peterborough, NH. The Rona Jaffe Foundation Fellowship also carries a stipend to defray travel expenses and replace lost income during the residency. Emergent writers are those who are as yet unpublished or who are just completing their first book. Entry fee.
100 High St
Peterborough NH 03458
Sunday, November 09, 2008
CALL FOR FESTIVAL THEME ART - November 28, 2008
Looking for contemporary, fashion-forward artwork to represent the rock-n-roll attitude of Cleveland. This is an opportunity for your original artwork to be exposed to thousands through our website and the 20,000+ attendees at the festival. The design will be printed or embroidered on a t-shirt, hat, hoodie or other merchandise. Designs will be submitted through our website. 20 semi-finalists will be chosen by our staff. The finalists will be posted on our website and 5 finalists will be chosen by your votes. The winning design will be chosen by North Coast Music Festival Staff. The winning artist will receive two (2) 3-day passes to the 2009 North Coast Music Festival (you are responsible for transportation and lodging), a profile in the NCMF Program, $500 cash and have their design on the official North Coast Music Festival t-shirt for 2009!
North Coast Music Festivalhttp://email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ART - January 15, 2009
Since 1955 SDAI has produced the International Exhibition, a juried show drawing interest from artists all over the world. A different internationally known juror is invited each year. This exhibition is juried electronically and in person and makes available international competition to regional & international artists. Awards are presented at SDAI's Museum of the Living Artist’s annual Gala Celebration. Sign up today to submit your artwork in the competition. Once you have completed the online application and your credit card has processed you will receive a userID and password to access the SDAI site and begin uploading your artwork. Total prizes of $7,350. Entry fee.
San Diego Art Institute
1439 El Prado
San Diego CA 92101
FICTION BOOK COMPETITION - April 21, 2009
There's a prize pool of USD $100,000 with a first prize of USD $80,000. The next four runners up get USD $5,000 each. Books must be the copyright of the author, 50,000 - 300,0000 words in English. Competition is open to anyone in the world. If the author is under the age of eighteen years as at the Commencement Date, then the consent of a parent or guardian is required. Entry fee.
TECHNOCASH PTY LTD ABN
Box 618 Parramatta
New South Wales 2124
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - November 18, 2008
Artists must demonstrate the professional capacity to oversee the design, fabrication, and installation of artwork for public places. Artists must also demonstrate the ability to work in consultation with project teams, including architects, engineers, fabricators, general contractors, and consultants. Artists must be available for meetings with the design team and/or principals of the project, and City advisory committees. Artists may apply individually or as a team. Artist teams may not change over the life of the project. Up to 15 artists/artist teams will be selected for the pre-qualified roster. The average restroom vestibule size is approximately 45 square feet. Individual design budgets may range from $13,500 to $27,000, depending on the number of restrooms for which the selected artist is commissioned. Project budgets are all-inclusive and are intended to cover all costs for design, fabrication, and installation. Entry fee.
CALL FOR ART - December 31, 2008
We are inviting painters, photographers, illustrators, designers... image makers of all sorts to submit work to POV... each month we will select 15 - 20 works from the submissions we receive and feature them in our voting forum. Visitors to the site cast their votes based on which image they would most like to see be produced as a limited edition print. Entry fee.
Saturday, November 08, 2008
CALL FOR PAPERS: EERO SAARINEN CENTENNIAL - January 15, 2009
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for an upcoming issue of the Nexus Network Journal dedicated to Eero Saarinen on the 100th anniversary of his birth in 2010. The issue will be guest edited by jack rees.
1618 Summit St
Kansas City MO 64108
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - December 4, 2008
Seeking proposals from qualified artists to develop a public art installation along a public non-vehicular pathway in downtown Turners Falls. The maximum sum available for the work is $4,500, including $1,500 for artist's fee and $3000 for construction materials, delivery, assembly and installation. No entry fee.
Turners Falls RiverCulturehttp://www.turnersfallsriverculture.org/uploads/11.7.2008%20Final%20Pathways%20RFP.pdf
HUMOROUS FICTION AND NONFICTION PRIZE - December 1, 20089
Works up to 750 words in length should be typed, double-spaced, accompanied by a money order or check for $5 to cover administrative costs, payable to "The Mona Schreiber Prize." No limit to entries but each must have a separate fee. Put contact information directly above the title and text on your first page. No SASEs, please. Include e-mail address for notification of winners. Three winners: 1st: $500. 2nd: $250. 3rd: $100. Entries are not returned and must be unpublished.
Schreiber Prize for Humorous Fiction and Nonfiction
15442 Vista Haven Pl
Sherman Oaks CA 91403http://www.brashcyber.com
Friday, November 07, 2008
CALL FOR ART ABOUT WHERE WE CAME FROM - December 1, 2008
Artwork of all mediums will be considered for this exhibition which celebrates our various origins, including Native American, Black history, and migrations from Europe, Asia, South America, India, Australia and the South Pacific. All are invited to trace a path in art from where we have been to where we are now. Entry fee.
Rockaway Artists Alliance
Thursday, November 06, 2008
NEW YORK CITY PRINTMAKING RESIDENCY - December 2, 2008
The Special Editions Residency Program is a competitive national residency that offers emerging artists the opportunity to complete an important new body of work in printmaking. This work is created in collaboration with our experienced Master Printers, and is fully sponsored by the Lower East Side Printshop. Printmaking experience is not necessary. The Printshop will provide materials, studio access, technical assistance, documentation, exhibition opportunities, limited travel and accommodation stipends for artists residing outside New York, and a $2,000 honorarium. Applications must be postmarked or hand-delivered by December 2, 2008. Applicants must be legal US residents.
Lower East Side Printshop Inc
306 West 37th St 6th Floor
New York NY 10018http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, November 05, 2008
LITERARY MAGAZINE SEEKS FICTION, POETRY, ESSAYS - December 15, 2008
The fiction and poetry prize of $2000 each is one of the largest prize awards given
by a US literary journal for a single story or poem, plus publication. All manuscripts must be original and previously unpublished; all are considered for publication. Winners announced by April 30, 2009. Entry fee.
Department of English
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston SC 29424
Monday, November 03, 2008
CALL FOR ART FESTIVAL ENTRIES - June 1, 2009
Each year hundreds of musicians, painters, photographers, sculptors, actors, performance artists, poets, and filmmakers participate in this unique opportunity to exhibit and sell their work to visitors from the United States and abroad. Our festival brings together an innovative lexicon of new and emerging artists of all disciplines under one roof for a weekend of creativity, networking and fun. Will exhibit over 150 artists art, music, and performance, along with $2000 best in show award. Entry fee.
Around The Coyote
1935 1/2 W North Av
Chicago IL 60622http://email@example.com
Sunday, November 02, 2008
ART FESTIVAL SEEKS ARTISTS - November 7, 2008
Juried at MFAH by invited panel of artists and collectors. Best of Show: Ribbon and $1500 – jury exempt status for two years. First Place: Ribbon and $1000 – jury exempt status for two years. Entry fee.
Art Colony Association
1418 Sul Ross
Houston TX 77006http://firstname.lastname@example.org
NOVEL COVER CONTEST - November 30, 2008
To all artists, designers and photographers. Ever wanted to see your work on the front cover of a novel? Well, this could be your chance. Award-winning writer Pete Malicki is having his novel Eyes And Knives published and is looking for the best design for a front cover. This competition is free to enter and the winner will have their artwork/design/photo used as the front cover of the novel, plus receive several free copies of it once it's gone to print. The winner will retain copyright to their work and stands to earn royalties if the design is used for further print runs or advertising. Entry fee.
For more information and an entry form, see:
Pete Malicki Novel Cover Contesthttp://www.petemalicki.com
PHOTOGRAPHY ORGANIZATION SEEKS STAFF & INTERNS - December 1, 2008
Seeking a Development Director, plus volunteers and interns to help us with a variety of tasks in the office and at our events. Fotovision is an international, membership-based documentary photography organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing the next generation of independent photo-documentarians to enable positive change on social justice issues.
Alison Taggart Barone
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - December 5, 2008
Now accepting qualifications from artists for an opportunity to create a stand alone dynamic artwork at a new fire station in Eldorado Park in the city of Scottsdale, Arizona. Total Art Project Budget: $125,000. Entry fee.
Kirstin Van Cleef
Scottsdale Public Art
CALL FOR ARTISTS - February 6, 2009
Annual Spring Art Exhibition. Show runs from April 17 - June 5, 2009. Opening night is Fri April 17, 7-10pm. Will consider all media. Looking for cutting edge artwork or high quality traditional work. Please send 4-25 samples of work. Jpeg's on CD are preferred, but will also look at photos, computer prints or slides. Also include artist statement, art related resume, "slide sheet" with title of each art piece, medium, size, & retail price (gallery takes a 40% commission). Will consider artwork for the next year of shows. Entry fee.
Art Submission Committee
Space 237 Galleries & ClaySpace
237 N Michigan
Toledo OH 43604http://www.space237.com
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - December 17, 2008
seeking an artist (or team of artists) to create a permanent, public outdoor work of art for the OU Cancer Institute at the Oklahoma Health Center (OHC), N.E. 10th Street and Phillips Avenue in Oklahoma City. This significant outdoor project can include sculpture, lights, landscaping elements, unique or alternative art media, or any combination appropriate for the site and the concept (no water features area allowed). The proposed project should provide a principal message of hope and add identity to the OU Cancer Institute. It should distinctively signify the OHC as the destination for excellence in medical care, research, and education. Entry fee.
Mary Kay Audd
Oklahoma Health Center Foundation
800 Research Parkway Suite 400
Oklahoma City OK 73104
CALL FOR VIDEO SHORTS - November 22, 2008
ARThouse will be celebrating the holiday decorating season with a series of outdoor video shorts. The projection will be approximately 30 feet wide, the width of "ARThouse". The Drive-By exhibit will be open to vehicle and pedestrian traffic 5:30-9:30 pm, Dec. 13 – Dec 31. Holiday theme not required. Entry fee.
Send video(s) & resume to:
117 1st Ave NE
New London MN 56273http://email@example.com
CALL FOR SMALL WORKS - November 28, 2008
Gallery RFD serves as guest curators for EA Gallery at Elements Bistro in Lyons, GA. Works that are small in size yet not in content are sought for this holiday exhibition. Entries must be smaller than 16"x20" and priced under $200.00. There will be no entry fee. All works submitted will be exhibited.
Bryan Ghiloni/Andrea Laborde
Co-Directors, Gallery RFD
CALL FOR "UNAUTHORIZED" ART - January 2, 2009
Unauthorized is a call for intelligent works of art that don't wait, works or documentation of acts created without permission. Gallery RFD seeks works which engage or interact with its surroundings despite laws or authorities who say it shouldn't. No permission, no problem. Entry fee.
Bryan Ghiloni/Andrea Laborde
Co-Directors, Gallery RFD
NEOPOPREALISM INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION - January 25, 2009
Open to all artists, all media. Over $4,500 in Cash and Prizes. In February 2009, three winners will be interviewed by the NeoPopRealism Journal! Juror: NeoPopRealism creator Nadia Russ. Entry fee.
Saturday, November 01, 2008
CALL FOR LANDSCAPE ART - November 3, 2008
This exhibition will include all interpretations and portrayals of landscape, from the
traditional to the abstract and conceptual. All visions of landscape will be reviewed and considered. Images created via any medium will be accepted for consideration (i.e. photography, video, painting, sculpture, installation, illustration, alternative medium, etc.), so long as the object is created by a working artist. All works must not exceed 48 inches in width, height or depth and may not suspend from the ceiling. Entry fee.
ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL - November 21, 2008
There's still time for composers to submit entries for the 2009 Wired for Sound electroacoustic music festival, taking place April 26-27 at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge. Organizers are accepting submissions for fixed media and live electroacoustic, plus a special category for young performers from Longy's preparatory division. Entry fee.
Wired For Sound
26 Montvale Av
Stoneham MA 02180http://firstname.lastname@example.org