Saturday, February 28, 2009
ECO-COMEDY VIDEO COMPETITION - March 18, 2009
The contest is open to any full-time student who prepares a short, funny video for YouTube which communicates a clear message that strongly motivates a specific behavior change (for example, driving a fuel efficient car, turning down thermostats, or donating to a conservation cause). The winning video will be shown on Tuesday, March 17 and Wednesday, March 18 at the Environmental Film Festival and the creator will receive $1,000 from Friends of the Earth. Entry fee.
Friends of the Earthhttp://action.foe.org/content.jsp?content_KEYfirstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, February 26, 2009
TWITTER BASED INSTALLATION COMPETITION - March 16, 2009
Participants will be asked to take 2 existing twitter feeds of 2 fictional characters and develop a new art work in the form of: 1) an installation; 2) website, micro-site, or web app; 3) data visualization; 4) or any other suitable medium. The winning proposal will receive $1000 to create their work.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
TRANSART INSTITUTE MFA LOW-RESIDENCY PROGRAM - April 25, 2009
Animation, Architecture, Curatorial Work, Cyber Art, Film/Video, Game Design, Graphic Design, Installation Art, Interactive Art, Interdisciplinary Art, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, and Sound/Music. Students create their own course of study and work independently on art and research projects off-site with the support of faculty and self-chosen artist mentors. Lectures, critiques, performances, exhibitions, seminars and workshops take place in three intensive summer residencies on-site in Berlin and New York. The low-residency format permits students to continue with their professional life while participating in the program. Up to one year's credits accepted from other postgraduate schools. Some scholarships available.
For more details see:http://www.transartinstitute.org
Friday, February 20, 2009
CALL FOR SURREALIST/VISIONARY/FANTASTIC ART - March 15, 2009
Call to Artists for the CALADAN GALLERY Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Surrealist, Visionary and Fantastic. Our message has always been built upon the basic principles of reversing the dilution of concept and art. What better genre is there for the exploration of the relationship between idea and visual representation is there than the Vision? Here is a proving ground for artists who do not recognize limitation of imagination and experience. We are proud to continue this Caladan Gallery tradition. Surrealism, Visionary, Fantastic, Science Fiction, the Transcendent and Unknown; this exhibition will be a magnet for the expansion of mind and experience. We have been extremely fortunate to be creating an exciting, diverse, and active meeting place for artists and viewers alike, in a warm and positive virtual atmosphere since 2003. All mediums except video are eligible. Entry fee is $20/3 images.
Cambridge MA 02139
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM - March 2, 2009
2009 Byrdcliffe Arts Colony Artist in Residence Program: Offers visual artists, writers, and composers one-month residencies from June-September in the Catskill Mountains, Woodstock, NY USA. FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE - Pollock-Krasner: $1,000 plus free tuition for five artists. William R. Ginsberg: Free tuition for an emerging painter. Milton and Sally Avery: Includes $700 stipend and free tuition for an artist. Handel Fellowship: Provides a $700 stipend that includes tuition for Playwrights (US citizens only). The cost per 4 week session is $300. Application fee.
Laura M Pepitone
Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild
34 Tinker St
Woodstock NY 12498
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
CALL FOR SCULPTURE FOR SHOW AND SALE - April 1, 2009
3rd Annual SCULPTURE AT THE RIVER MARKET SHOW & SALE, Little Rock, AR, October 16 - 18, 2009. Each artist at the Sculpture at the River Market Show & Sale will exhibit their work in a magnificent outdoor setting overlooking the Arkansas River and Riverfest Amphitheater in Little Rock's River Front Park. A one/third commission will be taken on each sale. There is no entry fee and no booth fee. The Sculpture at the River Market Show and Sale is open to all fine art sculpture artists who are residents of and/or working in the United States. The sculpture should be created primarily as an aesthetic expression... sorry, no craft.
QUEENS GALLERY SEEKS ART FOR TWO SHOWS - March 11, 2009
"Wine & Dine" - Theme is dinner, eating, wine, drink, goodtimes, food. Open to all mediums. "A Color Mix of Quilts & Artwork" - Theme is Quilts, wall hangings, colorful artwork. Open to all mediums. Entry fee.
CALL FOR PORTRAITS - April 10, 2009
"Face It": a Multi-Medium Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Portraiture. Exhibition Dates: May 1st - May 29th, 2009. This is a Juried Exhibition of Fine Artwork specifically focused on Portraiture in Contemporary Art. All media and styles will be considered. Selected works will be chosen based on concept, execution, and workmanship. There is no limit to entries, though no more than three (3) works will be selected by any individual artist. Collaborative works by more than one artist are eligible. Submitted works may be considered for future exhibitions. Entry fee.
Three Flights Up Gallery
800 Tyson St
Knoxville TN 37917
CALL FOR ARTISANS - March 30, 2009
Seeking applications for artists and artisans to participate in ArtBeat, our annual 12,000 attendee outdoor arts festival in Davis Square, Somerville, MA. This year's theme is "Somerville... of the Future!". The event will feature an eclectic mix of music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and interactive activities. Applications are available at on the web. Please include 5 images of your work: either photos, slides or jpegs. Our jury will select up to 100 applicants. Entry fee.
For further information contact:
Somerville Arts Council
50 Evergreen Av
Somerville MA 02145http://email@example.com
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
CASTING CALL - March 1, 2009
Sunday, February 08, 2009
CALL FOR ANIMAL THEMED ART - April 1, 2009
Creatures Great and Small - open call for art using animals as metaphor. Animals, both real and fantastic, have always been compelling subjects in art. Many artists today continue to use animals to examine a wide range of issues including: spiritual, ethical, social, political, environmental, and personal. This exhibition aims to explore how art depicts animals as a way to confront humanity in all its complexity. To enter: There is no entry fee or limit on the number of submissions. Please send images of the work as either digital files on a DVD or CD or 2” x 2” plastic or paper mounted slides (no glass). Please do not send original work unless requested. Along with the images, please include a brief statement about the work and it’s relevance to the theme and a completed entry form. Shipping: Artists are responsible for all shipping or delivering expenses to and from the gallery. The artwork must arrive at the gallery by October 9.
Murray State University
604 Fine Arts Building
Murray KY 42071
Friday, February 06, 2009
REGIONAL ART COMPETITION - April 24, 2009
Open to all artists 18 years or older residing in the Four Corners states; Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Open to artists working in any media excluding functional crafts, photography, video, film, other electronic works, and performance or installation art. Cash awards: $1,500 total for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place and People’s Choice award. Entry fee.
JURIED OUTDOOR SCULPTURE EXHIBITION - May 1, 2009
All professional sculptors may apply. All sculptures will be for sale with 35% commission to the TJCC. Juror: Robert Knight, Executive Director, Tucson Museum of Art. Entry fee.
Tucson Jewish Community Center
EROTIC ONLINE ART COMPETITION - April 25, 2009
Three winners will be selected. They will be interviewed by the NeoPopRealism Journal & Wonderpedia in May, 2009. Competition is open to all artists working in 2- and 3-dimensional mediums, all styles. Entry fee.
NYC GALLERY 2009 FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - June 1, 2009
The Phoenix Gallery, celebrating its 51st year, will sponsor a 2009-10 Fellowship Program. The Fellowship Benefits: Sponsored membership in Phoenix Gallery in 2009-10 for 18 months, a solo exhibition in the gallery, Participation in member group shows, Access to the gallery space and resources during membership.
210 eleventh Av @25th St #902
New York NY 10001
BOSTON THEATER ENSEMBLES FORMING - March 1, 2009
Are you between the ages of 9 and adult? Want to improve your acting ability and learn more about your community? Interested in having fun and performing on the Shubert Theatre stage? Citi Performing Arts Center is now accepting Registration Forms for spring City Spotlights Neighborhood Ensembles taking place Wednesday and Thursday evenings from March 23-May 16. Neighborhood Ensembles will rehearse in Charlestown, Jamaica Plain, Roslindale/West Roxbury and the South End. You do not need to reside in one of these communities to join and all levels of experience are welcome.
Manager of Performance Programs
Citi Performing Arts Center
City Spotlights Spring Internship Program
BOSTON ACTING INTERNSHIPS - March 1, 2009
Are you between the ages of 14 and 19? Want to improve your acting ability and learn more about your community? Interested in having fun and getting paid while doing it? Citi Performing Arts Center is now scheduling interviews and auditions for the spring High School Internship program taking place weekday afternoons from March 23-May 16. All participants must schedule an after school interview/audition to be held the week of March 9. All levels of experience are welcome.
Manager of Performance Programs
Citi Performing Arts Center
City Spotlights Spring Internship Program
Tuesday, February 03, 2009
CALL FOR BOSTON PAINTERS - March 1, 2009
Artists will be asked to paint City of Boston utility boxes around the time of
Boston Shines, which will be held April 24-25, 2009. Once professionally painted, these utility boxes in neighborhood business districts will contribute to the vitality and attractiveness of the urban streetscape and defer graffiti. Participating Boston artists will receive a $300 stipend from the City of Boston upon completion of their box. Entry fee.
Boston Art Commission
One City Hall Plaza Room 802
Boston MA firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART & SCULPTURE - June 27, 2009
Seeking design submissions for outdoor sculptures or installations at the 2009 Boston (ahts) Festival, which will be held in Christopher Columbus Park September 11 – 13, 2009. The Public (ahts) Project will serve as a beacon to enhance and promote the Boston (ahts) Festival and the arts in the City of Boston. Pieces are to be original expressions that reflect the character of our great city and engage the people that visit the festival every year. Entry fee.
Mayor's Office of Arts Tourism & Special Events
Boston City Hall Room 802
Boston MA 02201
BOSTON VISUAL ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL - May 1, 2009
Submit to the Boston Arts Festival, a free celebration of the Boston arts community, which annually attracts 50,000 people to the beautiful surrounds of Christopher Columbus Park. The waterfront festival features a specially built artists’ village running through the park, two performing arts stages and a program of family-friendly activities. Entry fee.
Mayor's Office of Arts, Tourism, and Special Events
Boston City Hall, Room 802
Boston MA 02201
Monday, February 02, 2009
NATIONAL VISUAL ART COMPETITION - February 21, 2008
A national juried visual art competition and exhibition, open to all two-dimensional visual artists, over the age of eighteen and currently residing in the United States. Any original, two-dimensional works of art including paintings, drawings, prints, photography, mixed media, and works using traditional and non-traditional materials are considered for the selection process. A full color brochure will be developed to document the exhibition. Awards totaling $5,000. Jeffrey Grove, The Wieland Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at The High Museum of Art located in Atlanta, Georgia will serve as this year's juror. The Halpert Biennial is a part of An Appalachian Summer Festival-a multi-arts festival featuring music, dance, theatre and visual arts.
For a prospectus send SASE to:
Halpert Biennial '09
423 West King St
Boone NC 28608
NATIONAL OUTDOOR SCULPTURE COMPETITION - March 6, 2009
This unique exhibition offers emerging and established artists the opportunity to display their thought provoking sculpture throughout Riverfront Park on the banks of the Cooper River. Sculptors will compete for up to $14,750 in awards and honorariums with fifteen selected for this eleven month exhibition (April 2009 – March 2010). Entry fee.
Lauren B Lynn
City of North Charleston
Cultural Arts Department
North Charleston SC 29419-0916