Thursday, April 30, 2009
CALL FOR "WABI-SABI" THEMED ART - May 29, 2009
Any media or material, from major installations to miniscule "gems." Because the Wabi Sabi ideal is in such contrast to our usual (Western) approach to art, the emphasis of this exhibit will be not on the final perfected form of the work, but on how well pieces reflect the sense and feeling of this elusive concept. In particular, focus will be on the imaginative use of materials and uniqueness. See the Wabi-Sabi portion of the website for inspiration and more definitions. All works must be ready to display and labeled with artist's name, telephone, medium, size, and price, if for sale. Entry fee.
O'Hanlon Center for the Arts
616 Throckmorton Avenue
Mill Valley, CA 94941
CALL FOR LIBERATION THEMED ART - June 1, 2009
Are you a professional who would like to inspire other artists? Or an artist who would like to have your work recognised and exhibited at a top London gallery? Sue Ryder Care’s exciting Art Liberating Lives, designed to celebrate the power of art as a form of therapy, expression and liberation, is your opportunity. Enter now and not only have the chance to showcase your work in one of the UK’s leading and well respected art venues but help raise vital funds for unique charity, Sue Ryder Care. Artists are invited to submit work in all mediums created to the theme "liberation", and selected artworks will be shown in an exclusive December exhibition at London’s prestigious Mall Galleries. Entry fee.
Sue Ryder Care
07795 801 479http://www.suerydercare.orgAlice.Clements@suerydercare.org
CALL FOR WAR INJURY RELATED ART - October 15, 2009
Wounded in Action: An Exhibition of Orthopaedic Advancements in Art. A cash award will be given. This exhibit is open to artists in three categories: Military personnel: who have sustained orthopaedic/musculoskeletal injuries in any war or family members of any age (children included) who have been affected by those injuries; Orthopaedic Surgeons: who have provided medical care for wounded warriors throughout history, either in the military, in the Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program, in the course of their practice, or through orthopaedic research; Artists and injured civilians: of any age whose lives have been affected by war and have been touched in some way by the loss of extremity and/or other musculoskeletal injuries of war. No entry fee.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
CALL FOR SHORT FILM AND VIDEO - May 29, 2009
Requesting artists to submit short film and video works for presentation on multiple 42" flat screen monitors throughout the George R Brown Convention Center (GRBCC). The selected artworks (30 to 240 seconds, no sound track) will be purchased for the City of Houston's civic art collection. This opportunity is open to professional artists living and working in the United States. Purchase contracts of $3,500. Entry fee.
Carole Anne Meehan
Houston Arts Alliance
3201 Allen Parkway Suite 250
Houston TX 77019-1800
CALL FOR CLAY ENTRIES - September 4, 2009
IT’S ONLY CLAY - 2009 Call for Art! The Bemidji Community Art Center and the Bemidji State University Visual Arts Dept announce the 7th Annual, It's Only Clay National Juried Ceramics Competition and Exhibition - dedicated to functional clay vessels. This years juror is artist and potter, Richard Bresnahan. All accepted works will be on display at the BCAC, Nov. 6th through Dec. 19th, 2009. Prize money for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners equaling $1,600. with additional purchase awards for work going towards the Margaret Harlow Vessel Collection at BSU. Entry fee.
For details contact the BCAC at:
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
CALL FOR A NEW DOLLAR BILL - June 5, 2009
The goal of the exhibit is to artistically focus on the changing and challenging economic landscape the nation and the world now finds itself in and the impact and perception of the dollar in modern society. Submissions by artists must follow the theme of the show with works of art which re-design, revalue or re-evaluate the American dollar and which artistically address at least one of the following: 1) A redesign of the American dollar bill, 2) The revaluation of the dollar and its role in 21st Century, 3) Alternatives to the dollar in the 21st Century. Two age catgories. Artworks in all mediums (except video and ceiling mounted) are eligible and artists may submit up to three works. All works must fall within the theme of the show and meet the requirements outlined in the Prospectus.
The Purple Moon
906 Quarrier St
Charleston WV 25301http://www.anewdollarforamerica.com
FRIENDLY FIRE--CERAMICS CALL FOR ENTRIES - May 29, 2009
Celebrating the diversity in clay. Open to all ceramics artists, working in functional, non-functional and sculptural. Exhibitions Dates July 31-September 11, 2009. Awards-One Going Solo or $1,000 and 4-Group 4 Award. -Jurors: Bunny McBride, Department Chair Ceramics, University of Iowa and Professor Bede Clarke, University of Missouri. A maximum of three entries per artist for jury may be submitted with a non-refundable fee of $35. One slide/jpeg/ per entry or submit a CD. Use jpeg on PC format only. (Do not use photo shop or other software to submit.)
Foundry Art Centre
520 North Main Center
St Charles MO 63301
NEW ENGLAND PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - May 22, 2009
Artists are invited to submit up to five photographs created within the last five years. Any New England resident over eighteen years of age may enter. Entry fee.
For the full prospectus and application forms:
INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION - July 31, 2009
The competition has the world's largest art prizes. The public in invited to vote on the winners. ArtPrize invites artists of all kinds from around the world to participate in an unprecedented competition that will award nearly one-half million dollars to prize winners, including $250,000 to the artist who receives the most public votes, $100,000 for second place, $50,000 for third place, and $7,000 for those that place 4-10. ArtPrize is open to all forms of art, and will take place in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The festival itself will run from Sept. 23 through Oct. 10. Entry fee.
Artists must submit their proposal at:
CALL FOR GLASS ARTWORK - September 25, 2009
Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass invites entries for their "Ornament Extravaganza”. Unique, one-of-a-kind and limited edition contemporary glass ornaments wanted. The exhibit will run November 21st - December 31st. No entry fee. Insurance. Entry fee.
Send a SASE for more details to:
Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass
5100 Beltline Road Suite 820
Dallas TX 75254
CALL FOR SF BAY AREA ARTISTS - May 15, 2009
A juried exhibition showcasing the depth and variety of inspired artists currently working in the Bay Area. Final selections by studio visits May 29 - 31. Juror: Kevin Chen, Intersection for the Arts.
More information and online registration:
550 Second St
Oakland CA 94607
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
MAGAZINE CENTERFOLD ART COMPETITION - May 1, 2009
Work by established and emerging artists welcome. The next issue is accepting images of fiber and fabric arts. No resumes--the winning image is purely on the basis of visual or conceptual quality. Entry fee.
NEW ENGLAND PAINTING COMPETITION - July 1, 2009
open to New England artists working in the realist tradition Entry fee.
The Guild of Boston Artists
162 Newbury St
Boston MA 02116
NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION ABOUT HOME - May 15, 2009
An exhibition about places and connections at the Ottmar Gallery in the Attleboro Arts Museum. All mediums, all sizes. Entry fee.
Attleboro Arts Museum
CHICAGO UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL - May 15, 2009
CUFF stands out on the festival circuit for having a unique programming niche, and garnering a following among hipsters, media, and industry alike. Each year, CUFF presents an accessible, savvy program of film and video exploring the many definitions and interpretations of the 'underground' concept. Selected films often ignore limitations of genre, and are made with passion and drive; alternative music films, political agitprop, formal experimentation, and high camp are not uncommon elements of the Festival program. Entry fee.
Chicago Underground Film Festival
c/o IFP Chicago
1104 S Wabash Suite 403
Chicago IL 60605
CALL FOR BOUNDARY PUSHING ART - December 30, 2009
Now accepting exhibition proposals for its 2010 exhibition schedule. SCGA is an innovative non-profit art institution that features leading-edge exhibitions and public programs showcasing new perspectives in traditional and contemporary art that pushes boundaries in its treatment of materials and subject matter. The gallery will accept proposals from emerging and established artists residing in the continental United States for group and solo exhibitions. ALL MEDIA will be considered. Please include a SASE for notification and return of materials. No entry fee.
Please submit a proposal that includes 10 - 20 jpg images numbered on a CD/DVD, including a hard copy of the numbered image checklist (Include: title, media, dimensions, and date), artist statement, bio, resume/cv, and cover letter that describes proposed exhibit and scheduling information to:
Sumter County Gallery of Art
Sumter SC 29151
NATIONAL JURIED PRINTMAKING EXHIBITION - June 17, 2009
This exhibition is open to any artist 18 years of age or older. Original contemporary works in traditional and nontraditional printmaking media including book arts, three-dimensional and mixed media prints are eligible. All submissions must have been completed within the last three years. Straight or purely digital prints and photography are not eligible. ENTRY FEE.
SHY RABBIT Contemporary Arts
Pagosa Springs, Colorado
ELVIS WEEK ART CONTEST - June 1, 2009
Call for entries of Elvis Presley or Graceland related artwork. A panel of judges will select a first, second, and third place winner in each division. The judges will also award a "BEST OF SHOW" prize from all the judged divisions. Entry fee.
Details available from:
Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc
3734 Elvis Presley Blvd
Memphis TN 38116
Monday, April 27, 2009
INTERNATION CALL TO DRAW A PANORAMA - July 1, 2009
"Play the Panorama" is an endless traveling panorama drawing. This is an open call for artists all over the world to begin a "relay travelogue". Participants receive a special panorama drawing instrument to continue to draw an infinitely expanding horizon. Entry fee.
Saturday, April 25, 2009
JURIED SCULPTURE EXHIBITION - May 8, 2009
Send images of up to three existing large-scale sculptures for installation on the grounds, floating in one of its shallow ponds, or suspended from trees. Artists may offer works for sale. $300 stipend for selected artists, plus 1st prize of $2000, 2nd $1000, 3rd $500. No entry fee.
Worcester Cultural Commission
SPRING ART CONTEST - April 30, 2009
Enter to win art representation for 3 months - valued at $1,500. Send three samples of photos of your ar with brief bio and career goals. Entrants must be 18 or older. Entry fee.
The Canvas Group
1313 Washington St #608
Boston MA 02118http://www.canvasfinearts.com
CALL FOR "LITTLE BLACK BOOK" ART - May 13, 2009
An artist's Little Black Book is often a secret stash of intimate expressions, innermost thoughts, and experimental techniques that lay the groundwork for their final piece. Little Black Book seeks to show the thought processes involved in art making through the evolution of the work. This exhibition will focus on displaying the plans for the work as well as the final piece. We are looking for artists to submit their sketchbooks, photos of underpaintings, models, or other examples of preliminary plans along with final pieces of art these plans evolved from. Both the final works and preliminary plans will be exhibited. Entry fee.
Smithtown Township Arts Council
Mills Pond House Gallery
660 Route 25A
St James NY 11780
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - June 1, 2009
The Photo Review will reproduce accepted entries in its 2009 competition issue and on its website. Thus, the accepted photographs will be seen by thousands of people all across the world and entrants will have a tangible benefit from the competition. Also, the prize-winning photographers will be chosen for an exhibition at the photography gallery of The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. And a major traveling exhibition in 2010 will feature entrants from 25 years of The Photo Review Competition. Awards include a $500 purchase prize for The Philadelphia Museum of Art, a copy of SilverFast HDR Studio digital camera RAW conversion software from LaserSoft Imaging ($499), a $270 gift certificate from Lensbabies for a Composer lens or other items on the Lensbaby.com webstore, a $250 gift certificate from Calumet Photographic, a 24"x50' roll of Museo Silver Rag ($240 value), camera bags from Lowepro, and $250 in cash prizes. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send an #10 SASE to:
140 East Richardson Av Suite 301A
Langhorne PA 19047
NATIONAL JURIED ARTS & CRAFTS COMPETITION - July 18, 2009
Schwa is an annual juried competition. This exhibition is open to any artist in any media and subject matter. All work must have been completed in the past 3 years and not previously exhibited at Emerge. All pieces must fit through a standard size door. Work must be available for the entire exhibit. Video entries are accepted but special equipment must be provided. Each artist may submit up to 5 entries. Entry fee.
Emerge Gallery and Art Center
404 S Evans St
Greenville NC 27858
CALL TO ARTISTS - May 4, 2009
Artists are invited to submit works of art in all media exploring mysteries, disguise, mischief, frivolity, adventure, and the strange and forbidden. In this exhibition as in the Masquerade… normal rules do not apply! FIRST PRIZE $500- SECOND $300- THIRD $200- & Three merit awards. Entry fee.
Art Center Sarasota
707 North Tamiami Trail
Sarasota FL 34236http://firstname.lastname@example.org
NYC FILM FESTIVAL - May 18, 2009
Want your film played in New York City? ACEFEST is one of the most anticipated annual film festivals on the industry calendar with countless patrons, members, distributors, journalists, industry professionals and fellow filmmakers from all over the world waiting eagerly to see what the 2009 program has to offer! This is your chance to exhibit your film alongside the latest and greatest in American independent film. Selected films will be reviewed by our impressive roster of judges (including the likes of Lloyd Kaufman, Chris Gore, Elle Martini and others) for the 2009 season! Join us in celebration of the American Cinematic Experience and submit your film today! Entry fee.
PHOTOGRAPHY ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM - June 15, 2009
All artists in the San Francisco Bay Area working in photography-based media are encouraged to apply for the RayKo Artist in Residence program. The Program was developed to continue our support and education of photographers working and living in the Bay Area. Through the program, photographers will receive $1500 credit to use however they choose at RayKo's professional photographic center. Artists may choose to receive $1250 credit plus one free class at RayKo. The program will begin at the start of each workshop semester, summer, winter, and spring. Three artists will be chosen for the year. Entry fee.
For more information or to download a prospectus and entry guidelines:http://www.raykophoto.com
Friday, April 24, 2009
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR CURATOR & ARTIST PROPOSALS - May 15, 2009
There is no residency requirement for this opportunity. Priority will be given to proposals that include the creation of new work. Art League Houston supports the creation of new works by offering a $1,500 honorarium for those exhibitions chosen for the main gallery. Honorarium may be used without restriction, such as to help defray shipping, travel, and material & framing costs. The open call for submissions is part of our continuing commitment to broaden accessibility of the visual arts for the community. Entry fee.
Art League of Houstonhttp://www.artleaguehouston.org
NATIONAL HISPANIC CONFERENCE SEEKS ARTWORK - July 1, 2009
The call is open to Latina artists 18 years and older from across the United States. Entries will be juried from jpg entries submitted electronically or via CD. No other formats will be accepted. Original work cannot exceed 3 feet in any dimension or weigh more than 50 lbs. No frontal nudity or inappropriate images will be accepted. First Prize of $1000 plus other awards. Entry fee.
NHLI 2009 Mujer Awards Art Call for Entries
1601 N Kent St Suite 803
Arlington VA 22209
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS - May 28, 2009
Annual competition for professional, non- professional, and student photographers on a global level, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. The winner will receive Lucie Statue, $10,000 cash prize Provided by AtEdge, a show in an esteemed gallery, two free tickets to the Lucie Awards
Work screened at the Lucie Awards, get published in the IPA Annual, a Certificate of Achievement, and a press release and newsletter announcements to over 50,000 IPA members. There are additional prizes. Entry fee.
550 North Larchmont Blvd Suite 100
Los Angeles CA 90004
CALL FOR HERSTORY THEMED ART - May 17, 2009
A call to artists for an online exhibition, June 10 - September 10, 2009. 40+ winners, 3 cash awards, several service awards. Jurors: Renee Phillips, author, curator and director of Manhattan Arts International and Janice Sands, Executive Director of Pen & Brush, a 110 year old nonprofit arts organization. Seeking all artists, men and women, all styles. Seeking a broad range of interpretations of "HerStory" theme. All media including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, works on paper, prints, mixed media and fine crafts. No video. Submissions on CDs or electronic files. Entry fee.
Manhattan Arts International
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR VIDEO SUBMISSIONS - June 20, 2009
The 2nd festival edition will pass under the PEKING DUCK OR VIDEO IN TIME OF CRISIS motto. We believe this title corresponds with the core aims of VIDEOHOLICA FESTIVAL and also it is definitely provoking, actual, and gives opportunity to stimulate original visual art proposals covering very wide sphere of problems and meanings. Nowadays, in time of global financial crisis, the motto in question focuses on two contrast models that control the world - luxury and poverty - in the broad sense of the meaning. The motto also corresponds with the concept of "high" art and the video art as one of the most popular contemporary media, which nowadays is becoming more and more accessible for the artists around the world. In the frames of the PEKING DUCK OR VIDEO IN TIME OF CRISIS motto, this year's festival edition gives certain directions for approach and development of the idea of international collaboration and partnership, concerning video art phenomenon with its complicated meaning and sense. Entry fee.
INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART FESTIVAL
POST BOX 318
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - April 30, 2009
The Art in State Buildings Program at the University of Florida has a public art opportunity for UF 206 Hough Hall. Hough Hall will be the new graduate facility for the Warrington College of Business and will host classes seven days a week. The budget for art is $94,500 (minus honoraria). No entry fee.
Art in State Buildings
The University Galleries
University of Florida
Gainesville FL 32611-5803
INTERNATIONAL QUEER MALE VIDEO CLIPS WANTED - June 1, 2009
Conversations with Larry: a queer quest to find Mr. Right. Seeking genuine submissions for an online performance art piece. Larry is a 48 year old male on a quest to find the "Mr. Right" in his life. Imagine you are sitting in a cafe or at a mutual friends' house and you see Larry chatting with someone and you are attracted to him. What are you going to say or do to get Larry's attention? Larry has tried various online personal dating sites and hasn't found the right man that way and hasn't had any luck in the old fashioned way either. If you are seriously attracted to Larry why not make a video and 'tap Larry on the shoulder' and start chatting to him. Who knows it may lead to true romance. Open to queer males only. Entry fee.
To be part of this ongoing performance art piece submit a response to:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qClYRd7qIwhttp://www.youtube.com/user/ConversingwithLarry
Thursday, April 23, 2009
CALL FOR VETERANS RETURNING HOME FROM WAR THEMED ART - May 15, 2009
This exhibition will coincide with the 21st Annual Writers Workshop sponsored by the Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences. Exhibition Dates: June 12 - 27, 2009. Entry fee.
CALL FOR FIBER ARTS - June 30, 2009
Fiber artists are invited to participate in the exhibition Foto-Fiber-Fabulous, open Sep 3 - Oct 30, 2009. Fiber artwork for this exhibit should incorporate an obvious use of photography. Artwork should be no larger than 30 inches on any side. Artwork must be able to hang on the wall, and come "ready to hang", with any required hanging system intact. Artwork that arrives without an intact hanging system will be declined. Fiber Artspace reserves the right to decline any accepted work that arrives which does not resemble the images received at time of entry, any stains or strong odors. Please insure your artwork for the appraised value prior to shipping. Fiber Artspace is not responsible for loss during shipping. High quality, print-ready digital images will be accepted on CD with mailed application form. Accepted artwork must be insured by the artist. Fiber Artspace will retain a 40% commission on any artwork sold during the duration of the show. Artist is responsible for insuring work at all times. Entry fee.
Leslie Tucker Jenison
Blue Star Arts Complex
1414 S Alamo #103
San Antonio TX 78210
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR RECYCLE THEMED ART - June 8, 2009
This exhibition is open to all domestic and international artists, professional and amateur. Work derived from all media will be considered. The concept behind this juried show, as reflected in the title’s multiple references, is the confluence of political, aesthetic, formal, conceptual, and environmental concerns manifesting in the visual arts. Specifically, we are looking to have a conversation about the use of recycled and/or sustainable materials in art-making. Entry fee.
Deborah Martin Gallery
209 W 5th St
Los Angeles CA 90013http://www.deborahmartingallery.com/submissions.html
CALL FOR ARTIST PORTFOLIOS - May 15, 2009
Synergy Fine Art Gallery is a co-op fine art gallery that houses independent artists who paint and sell their art at the gallery. We are dedicated toward advancing the career of all of our artists as well as the reputation of Synergy Fine Art Gallery. We hold regular Art Marketing Salon meetings, participate in Alive After 5, and continually look for other ways to market and show our work. We are currently looking for two to three artists to join our group and grow with us. As part of our search we are sponsoring a juried artshow called "The Art of Synergy". You can enter the show even if you don't want to become a full-time member of the gallery. Entry fee.
Synergy Fine Art Galleryhttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PAINTERS - June 1, 2009
We're looking to form a small number of new alliances with notable emerging and mid-career California artists who are interested in bridging the gap between their work and a qualified local and national audience, ultimately seeing their work championed and sold. If you are an accomplished Southern California artist, preferably BFA/MFA, with a solid body of work, we welcome your submission.Presently, we are only considering painters who are creating original 2-D work on canvasand/or panel (no digital, prints or work on paper as the artist's primary media). Entry fee.
At Home Fine Art Reviewhttp://www.athomefineart.com
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM IN FRANCE - September 30, 2009
Artistay is a service for artists, writers, architects, academics, art teachers, curators… looking for a residency program in France in order to realize a personal artistic project. Artistay service is free of charge for the applicant.
0033 (0)6 04 09 43 31http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
CALL FOR 1000 PHOTOGRAPHERS - July 1, 2009
Seeking 1,000 people from around the world to receive 1000 disposable cameras. Art House will mail the camera to you to document your life in 24 exposures and then you simply send back the prints. Not only will Art House have an exhibition in Atlanta, GA - Art House will also travel to the city with the most participants. So, tell your friends, mom, sister, cousin, or whoever to sign up. The exhibition will be home to 24,000 photographs of 1,000 people's lives across the globe.
Art House Gallery
Monday, April 20, 2009
CALL FOR DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY - May 12, 2009
Documentary photography has the power to tell stories, create social change, awaken emotions, and show the intimate and unseen. This exhibition will feature the artistic viewpoint of the documentary photographer. Eligibility: The exhibition is open to photographers world wide, both amateur and professional. The Center for Fine Art Photography invites photographers working in all media, styles, and schools of thought to participate in this exhibition. Experimental and mixed techniques are welcome. Juror: Ed Kashi. Ed Kashi is a photojournalist dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. His images have appeared in National Geographic, the New York Times Magazine, Time, MediaStorm, GEO, Newsweek, and many other domestic and international publications.
For more information:
Center for Fine Arts Photographyhttp://www.c4fap.org
FREE ARTIST WEBSITE LISTINGS - June 1, 2009
Free listing on New York Artists Online in these categories from July 2009 - December 2009: Ceramics, Sculpture, Jewelry, Glass, Fiber, Photography. Please contact if you're a New York artist and have a high quality website in one of the above categories. We will place an image, description of your work and a link to your website, for free.
New York Artists Online
NATIONAL JURIED FEMALE ARTISTS EXHIBITION - June 10, 2009
"Big Ideas in Small Packages" National juried exhibition presented by the Motherlode Group. Work limited to 8"x8" frame limit 15"x15". Juror: Libby Rowe, Vanderbilt University. 2 categories; 19 yrs. old & up can enter up to 4 entries for $20.00. $10.00 per extra entry. 12-18 yrs. old only one entry and it’s free of charge. CD entries ONLY must be in jpeg format, no larger than 5 mg.
Contact for prospectus:
Fort Wayne IN 46804http://Motherlodegroup.com
NATIONAL CALL FOR SMALL WORKS - May 25, 2009
Washington Printmakers Gallery announces its 12th National Small Works Show. This year's juror is Jane Haslem - Director of Jane Haslem Gallery & a nationally known print dealer. First prize is a solo show at Washington Printmakers Gallery, located in
Washington DC's renowned Dupont Circle gallery district. Entry fee.
Washington Printmakers Gallery
CALL FOR BOOK AS ART ENTRIES - May 25, 2009
Open to all professional artists who work on books (edition of 75 max). All techniques are accepted: miniature books, sculptures, unique, etching, pop up, accordion book, flag book, tunnel books. The work has to have created after January 2005. Entry fee.
Art Vitam c/o Sophie Blachet
Touquet Centre d’Affaires
Aéroport du Touquet
62520 Le Touquet
CALL FOR HUDSON VALLEY SCULPTORS - April 30, 2009
All sculpture proposed have to include organic or found material from the Hudson Valley. All media suitable for outdoor installation and viewer-safe are appropriate; proposals for site-specific works proposals for pieces to be built on site are welcome. Entry fee.
ONE OF A KIND SHOW AND SALE - May 1, 2009
Top artists, artisans and designers who create original work, we invite you to apply! The One of a Kind Show has two great opportunities coming in 2009! Entry fee.
CALL FOR ENTRIES - May 29, 2009
Be Creative Be Active Be seen! The Galaxie inviites you to be a part of our 3rd Annual Square Foot Show! An exhibit that exceeds its inches. The show unifies many different styles and artistic voices and we want you to be a part of it. The opening reception is May 29th, 2009. Entry fee.
where expression matters
2603 W Barry
Chicago IL 60618http://www.galaxiechicago.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK AND ONLINE EXHIBITION - April 28, 2009
Fifteen photographers will be chosen to display their twelve-image portfolio in The Center for Fine Art Photography's Portfolio ShowCase Volume 3: Book and Online Exhibition. The show will be featured on the Center's web site from June 1 - June 30, 2009 and will remain online for the next two years. The Juror will select one portfolio to be the first presented in the publication Portfolio ShowCase Volume 3, with one of the artist's images selected for the cover. One photographer will be chosen to display their portfolio in the Center's physical gallery. (Please note that the images for this award will be exhibited within 16x20 mats and put behind glass while on display at our gallery). Entry fee.
The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 N College Av
Fort Collins CO 80524
Sunday, April 19, 2009
DAILY PAINTERS ART COMPETITION - May 1, 2009
Open to artists living in the United States and Canada and who are 18 years of age or older. First prize is $1500 plus Salon Exhibition; other cash prizes and awards. All artists juried into the competition will be listed on our website along with images of their entries. Winners of the competition will be given a page with their profiles and images. Only emailed digital entries of work will be accepted. Use a digital camera with a minimum of 3 megapixels. All artwork must be for sale. Entry fee.
Daily Painters of New Mexico
7 Avenida Vista Grande #254
Santa Fe NM 87508
CALL FOR ENTRIES - May 1, 2009
Seeking new artists in mediums including, painting, sculpture, new media. and photography for our winter 2009 program. Please send 5 slides (no more) or a CD of JPGs/ video etc and CV with $15.00 to our MD location, (Send a SASE if you wish to have materials sent back).
Still Life Gallery
8173 Main St
Ellicott City MD 21043http://email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - June 10, 2009
Artists and curators are invited to submit their exhibition projects to a grant programme; selected projects will be supported financially and presented in Vaclav Spala Gallery in 2010. The grant programme is open to projects using all visual arts media. Applications may be submitted by natural as well as legal persons engaged in the contemporary visual arts. The objective of the grant programme is to support quality group and solo exhibition projects. Entry fee.
Vaclav Spala Gallery
110 00 Prague 1
+420 602 675 362http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR PRESS/MEDIA THEMED ART - July 6, 2009
Free Press in Free Fall! Seeking work that addresses the embattled news media industry. No prospectus, no fee, no sales, no insurance.
Athens Institute for Contemporary Art Inc
160 Tracy St Unit 4
Athens GA 30601
CALL FOR FIGURATIVE ART - May 3, 2009
The term “figurative work” encompasses a broad range of genre and technique. Our tendency to identify with representations of the human form gives these works an ability to connect with us on many levels. For this exhibition, I want to assemble a collection of artwork that demonstrates the power the figure has to relate and communicate with the viewer. I look forward to selecting from a variety of works that utilized the figure to express everything from an evocative political statement to other, more personal, depictions of beauty in this form that we all share. Entry fee.
CORE New Art Space
900 Santa Fe Drive
Denver CO 80204
ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - June 1, 2009
Open to all artists over 18 years of age who reside in the United States. 2D & 3D artworks accepted. Maximum size 2D 5'x5' (60"x60") and 3D maximum size not to exceed 40" in two dimensions and 5' in third dimension. Digital Images JPEG only: 200dpi images on CD/5x7. Juror: Nevin Kelly, Owner/Dir. Nevin Kelly Gallery of Contemporary Art, Washington, DC. Awards: Best In Show: $1,000 and 2010 AI&G Foyer Gallery Solo Exhibit; Two (2) Awards of Excellence $500.00 each; Three (3) Honorable Mentions. Entry fee.
Art Institute & Gallery
212 W Main St Suite 101
Salisbury MD 21801
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - May 1, 2009
Gallery searching for emerging and mid-career artists with contemporary concepts and progressive aesthetics for 2009-2010 season. Please email 10 jpegs, statement, resume and bio. Entry fee.
CALL FOR OPTIMISM/TRANSITION THEMED ART - May 11, 2009
"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." - is a juried exhibition to be held June 10 - July 3, 2009 at Phyllis Stein Art in downtown Los Angeles, CA. Price Latimer Agah, Annie Wharton and Phyllis Stein will jury the competition. Established and emerging artists are invited to submit up to three artworks related to the exhibition title, which is inspired by the optimism and transition, as well as the contradictions and vicissitude, of our current socio-political times. The artwork submitted should address and/or express the artist's interpretation of this topic. Grand Prize - $1,000, First Place - $250, Second Place - $150, Two Honorable Mentions. Entry fee.
Friday, April 17, 2009
BOSTON AREA ARTISTS AWARD - June 15, 2009
Now accepting applications for the Artadia Awards 2009 Boston from all visual artists living and working in metro Boston. Individual artists and collaboratives working in all media and at any point in their career are strongly encouraged to apply. Awardees will be selected in the summer of 2009 through Artadia’s two-tiered jury process. Entry fee.
Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue
210 Eleventh Av Suite 503
New York NY 10001
Thursday, April 16, 2009
NEW ENGLAND JURIED EXHIBITION - May 8, 2009
Eligible work includes any two or three-dimensional work in ceramic, drawing, fiber, glass, metal, painting, stone, wood or mixed media. Photography will not be accepted. Entry fee.
Green Mountain Cultural Center
CALL FOR FILMS BY/FOR/ABOUT WOMEN - April 30, 2009
A nationwide traveling festival of short films by... for... about women. The festival accepts short films, 20 minutes or less, in a variety of genres which embody the inspirational roles of women in our local, national and international communities. Films are viewed by over 25,000 people and screened in over 150 venues across the country. There is no limitation based on the year of production and winning filmmakers are awarded $1,000 cash! Entry fee.
Clif Bar & Co
1610 Fifth St
Berkeley CA 94710
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - May 21, 2009
BUDGET: $750,000. The City of Kissimmee Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) seeks to hire an artist/artist team to design and create an entrance / water feature for Ruby Plaza in Lakefront Park, a twenty-five acre park on Lake Tohopekaliga in the City of Kissimmee. Ruby Plaza will be the focal point of a proposed $25 million park renovation project. The public art should create a compelling entrance to the park that "connects" the City's historic waterfront to its downtown. There is opportunity within this site to weave together Kissimmee's past, present and future. The budget includes all costs associated with the entrance/water feature such as artist's design fee, travel, materials, engineering, fabrication, installation, insurance, documentation, sales tax and artist's design fee for collaborating with park design team on integration of public art elements within the park. The selection process shall occur in two phases. Short list artists will receive an honorarium of $5,000 after presentation of proposals. A mandatory site visit is required of shortlisted artist/artist teams. Please read complete call to artists and requirements prior to sending questions and submitting information. Entry fee.
Complete call to artists/application requirements can be found at:
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - May 15, 2009
Cash Awards: $1000, $500, $250 AND $75 gift certificates of Blurb Scrip for each winner. Open to all photographers, all photographic processes, all themes. The juror is looking for work that represents a larger, cohesive body of work and will select a short series from each photographer chosen. Entry fee.
Photographic Center Northwest
900 12th Av
Seattle WA 98122
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
CALL FOR GOLF PUTTING HOLE DESIGNS - April 27, 2009
Located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, this miniature golf course occupies what was once a vacant lot. Although unused, underutilized, and abandoned spaces are abundant in the immediate surroundings, art galleries, restaurants, and coffee shops have begun to appear. Taking advantage of this moment of fluctuation, The Putting Lot explores the possibility of an alternate use for these empty spaces. Stipends of up to $500 will be available for materials and participants will construct and install their design with optional additional labor during the month of May. Entry fee.
The Putting Lot
Brooklyn, New Yorkhttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR DIGITAL ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY - April 30, 2009
Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. Forty selected winners receive one print up to 24x36 on museum quality paper to be shown in an international group exhibition in our gallery from May 14-June 6, 2009. The show will be widely promoted and will include a reception for the artists. Entry fee.
LA Center for Digital Arthttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR DANCE AND MEDIA ESSAYS - April 24, 2009
A dance and media firm is hosting a short-essay contest called "We are Dance", where contestants will write 250-300 words about the role they think dance should play in advancing modern economies, to win $300 and a chance at book publication. The entry fee will help to bring African dance, hip-hop and jazz dance to developing countries in Asia.
New York, NY
CALL FOR SHOW AND TELL ART PROPOSALS - April 17, 2009
Artists are invited to submit proposals showcasing your work both in an exhibition and a live demonstration in the Gallery. Send us images of your work to hang on the walls and tell us how you would explain or demonstrate your work/techniques/materials to the general public. Artists will be chosen for this unique opportunity to show their work in the beautiful new Blue Door Gallery and also be present to illustrate their techniques to the public one Saturday each during the six-week exhibition. Entry fee.
Blue Door Gallery
13 Riverdale Av
Yonkers NY 10701
Monday, April 13, 2009
CALL FOR SQUARE FOOT ART - May 24, 2009
Artwork now being accepted for The Third Annual Square Foot Exhibit. Be a part of the hundreds of artists who've participated in this unifying artistic experience. The Square foot show displays as a powerful art quilt, exhibiting so many different art styles and voices. The size is the unifying factor. Entry fee.
2603 W Barry St
Chicago IL 60618
CALL FOR FULL LENGTH STAGE PLAYS - June 1, 2009
Repertorio Espanol is looking for unproduced full length stage plays that are relevant and unique to the Hispanic experience in the United States. Winning Play will be produced at Repertorio Espanol. Top Five will receive cash awards. Finalists will receive a staged reading at Repertorio. Entry fee.
SAFE BOATING POSTER CONTEST - May 15, 2009
Going Coastal, Inc. is holding a poster contest to promote safe and sober boating in New York Harbor. Organizers are looking for innovative artists to create an exciting and unique image. Top prize earns a $500 grand prize, and the design will be featured in Boat Sober NYC posters, postcards and used as part of citywide outreach. Entry fee.
Going Coastal Inchttp://email@example.com
POSTCARD WRITING COMPETITION - June 30, 2009
Something to say? A story to tell? Take part in the Leaf Books Postcard-Writing Competition. We’d like you to write on any subject or to someone on one side of a postcard. Ideas: write a message from the past, the present or to someone in the future, to a friend or a stranger, about a place, possession, passion. Your postcard can be written and/ or illustrated, bought or home made. Entry fee.
Valleys Innovation Centre
Abercynon RCT CF45 4SN
SHORT STORY WRITING COMPETITION - May 31, 2009
Leaf Books invites you to submit short stories on any subject. Word limit: 1,000. All selected entries will be published in an anthology. PRIZES: Winner receives $150 plus a free copy of the competition anthology, plus a full set of pocket-sized Leaf Books. Up to two runners up receives a free copy of the anthology and a full set of pocket-sized Leaf Books. Entry fee.
Valleys Innovation Centre
Abercynon RCT CF45 4SN
VSA ARTS CALL FOR PROPOSALS - May 29, 2009
Seeking presentation proposals from policy-makers, artists, school and program administrators, art organizations, researchers, and educators around the world for its international conference, to be held in Washington, D.C., June 10-12, 2010. The conference will discuss "Advancing Inclusive Education and 21st-Century Learning Skills Through the Arts". It will also provide a Career Development: forum to assist artists with disabilities as they pursue their careers.
818 Connecticut Av NW Suite 600
Washington DC 20006
Sunday, April 12, 2009
VIDEO FESTIVAL IN HUNGARY - April 25, 2009
Media and video artists all around the world are invited to send video art for the HMC VideoFest. In the same time we have an artists residency program in the city and an exhibition will be arranged. The HMC a nonprofit organization dedicated to promote cultural expansion of the visual arts. HMC Video Art Festival is looking for video art that foresees new perspectives, criticism or analyis of the subject of matter. The theme is free. Entry fee.
Hungarian Multicultural Center Inc (HMC)
2503 Costa Mesa Dr
Dallas TX 75228
LOUISIANA STUDIO RESIDENCY - April 15, 2009
The Louisiana ArtWorks 2009-2010 Studio Residency Program provides serious artists from Louisiana and across the United States with the vital creative resource of studio space and a community environment encouraging communication and networking. Four yearly site visits by art professionals, quarterly open studios, and building-wide Studio Residency Program exhibition held each May contribute to the visibility and career advancement of artists-in-residence. Entry fee.
CALL FOR LOUISIANA ARTISTS - May 1, 2009
Open to living artists working in the state of Louisiana. All mediums are accepted including, but not limited to, painting, sculpture, glass, metal work, photography, video, mixed media & installation art. Entry fee.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS SEEKS ART PROPOSALS - May 8, 2009
The Art Selection Committee is seeking to commission an art piece or installation that will reflect the global and environmental mission of the College of Business. There are several options for location and type of art. The Committee will work with the selected artist to refine their proposal for installation. Budget: $40,000 maximum, including artist's fees, fabrication, installation etc. No entry fee.
For more information, eligibility and requirements:https://www.gssa.state.co.us/BdSols.nsf/OByCatsmadalyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR VIDEO OR FILM - June 1, 2009
Media can come from artists, engineers, e-poets, animators, and inventors. We are looking for short experimental films (35mm / 16mm / 8mm), videos (single channel
experimental, videoart, or documentary), innovative animations, and experimental digital & graphic productions (to be screened). Accepted submissions will be published in a DVD video journal. Pieces under ten minutes are preferred. Preview discs will not be returned unless a SASE with sufficient postage is enclosed. Please label all materials. No entry fee.
Astrodime Transit Authority
INtransit Volume Five
119 Chelmsford St
Lowell MA 01851 http://email@example.com
ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION - April 30, 2009
Open to all artist working in traditional and new 2- & 3-dimensional media including video (installations excluded) residing in the US. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age. Works must be original, fabricated within the last two years and may not have been shown previously at the Durango Arts Center. All works must be for sale. The DAC takes 40% commission. Over $800 in cash awards. Submissions are being taken online. Entry fee.
Durango Arts Center
802 E 2nd Av
Durango CO 81301
Friday, April 10, 2009
COLLEGE SEEKS INTERIOR ART PROPOSALS - May 1, 2009
Seeking submissions for works of art that will enhance the newly renovated and newly constructed facilities that make up the new college. Artistic works should reflect the mission of the college and the historical and cultural significance of the region. The college is interested in large-scale interior works of art to be installed in designated well-traveled locations to visually enhance the environment of the college. Works should demonstrate skillful use of the art mediums the students at the college use such as drawing, painting, collage, ceramics, sculpture, graphic design and digital photography. The work should be educational with an emphasis on the learning environment present at the college. It is recommended that the artwork show an interaction of the sciences and humanities. The works sought should have a timeless quality and should engage the students, staff, and community. The works must be durable and safe, requiring minimal maintenance. Work should be ready to install and artists will be expected to assist in the installation. Preference will be given to local Connecticut artists. Entry fee.
Three Rivers Community College
PHOTO COMPETITION - April 16, 2009
Great images cast the photographer as storyteller, sometimes acting as documentarian, sometimes a manipulator of the truth. Whether it’s fact or fiction, photography and the tradition of storytelling walk hand in hand. This spring, enter your finest photo story - whether it’s a single image or a series - and get your work seen by our esteemed panel of jurors. Grand prize winners will be chosen from both the Professional and Student categories. Each grand prize winner will receive a valuable prize package as well as major recognition in the 2009 Tell Us A Story Competition Winners' Book. Jurors' Selection honors will also be awarded to several standout entries. The winning and selected images will be showcased in a stunning printed book which will be distributed to leading NYC advertising agencies. Entry fee.
CALL FOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY - May 4, 2009
Seeking documentary, fine art & conceptual photographs that explore the theme of weddings. Photographers are encouraged to submit images that portray or comment upon the traditions, customs, symbols & the rich human tableau surrounding wedding rituals. Entry fee.
New Orleans Photo Alliancehttp://www.neworleansphotoalliance.org/callEntry.php51Deardorff@gmail.com
ART FESTIVAL CALL FOR ENTRIES - May 2, 2009
Fall in Houston, the weather cools and Houstonians come out to celebrate at the Bayou City Art Festival Downtown. The Festival, set against the dramatic skyline of the nation's fourth largest city, was ranked the #3 art festival in the country in AmericanStyle Magazine's "TOP 10 Festivals" in February 2009, named "Best Gallery in Houston" in March of 2009 by readers of Click2Houston.com, named "Best Festival in Houston" in the 2008 Houston Press "Best of Houston" magazine and is consistently ranked in Sunshine Artists Top 50. Cash prizes. Entry fee.
Kelly L Kindred
Art Colony Association
1418 Sul Ross
Houston TX 77006
Thursday, April 09, 2009
CALL FOR VIDEO ABOUT HEROIC FEMALE FIGURATION - June 1, 2009
Now accepting submissions for "Boxing Gloves and Bustiers" an exhibition of video works that explore the many faces of heroic female figuration through the lens of contemporary video. An example would be work that addresses a shift in the relationship of women to power and place and the subsequent critique this change entails. This might also include an appraisal of the hybrid nature of women as super-heroic in contemporary culture. Submission accepted by all artists. Entry fee.
511 West 25th St Suite 605
NEW YORK NY 10001
NATIONAL JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - May 2, 2009
Call for entries. Juror, Susan Kismarick, curator of photography at Museum of Modern Art, NYC. Send CDs or prints. Go to
gallery website, www.sohophoto.com, for
Prospectus and entry form:
Soho Photo Galleryhttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ART ABOUT LATINA IDENTITY - April 13, 2009
False Idols: Perspectives on Latina/Hispanic/Chicana women, a juried exhibition of Photographs, Photography based Mixed Media, New Media, Film and Video inspired by misconceptions and truths of Latina identity. What are the archetypes regarding Latina/Hispanic/Chicana women? Is she Carmen Miranda with a basket of fruit toppling over, perhaps the hot and spicy like the actress Jennifer López is alleged to be by the accounts of mainstream media; or is she the local cleaning woman or nanny quietly facilitating the lives of the affluent. Who is she? Where has she been and where is she headed as the soon to be new female majority here in the United States of America? Artist of All ethnicities and both sexes encouraged to apply.
Wednesday, April 08, 2009
REGIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION - April 20, 2009
The theme is proximity - to environment ( natural or manmade), to each other, to a changing environment. All media; must be 18 or older and living and working in Calvert, Charles, St. Mary’s, Prince Georges, and Ann Arundel counties, Maryland. Entry fee.
CALL FOR GEOLOGY RELATED ART - June 19, 2009
Artists working in any and all media are invited to submit existing work, or propose new work, in response to the following: How do we create and recreate ourselves around our spaces and environments? Does the shape of our internal lives reflect the shape of the structures that surround us? How does the health of the environment affect the emotional and spiritual health of our communities? Has the wealth of technological advancements of the last 50 years changed how we organically process thought and emotion? Entry fee.
Evonne M. Davis
c/o Tectonic Exhibit
248 Sherman Av #43
New York NY 10034http://email@example.com
NATIONAL CALL FOR NUDE ART - May 1, 2009
19th Annual National Nude Art Show & Open House, June 6 & 7, 2009, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. Artists are invited to display and sell their nude art, sculptures and photographs. Juried award selections will be made for Best in Show, 2nd and 3rd place. White Tail will provide display areas with backdrops for hanging, however we ask that you bring any special tables, backdrops, etc. that you may need. $25.00 entry fee and no commission on art sold.
White Tail Resort
39033 White Tail Drive
Ivor VA 23866
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
VISUAL ARTS RESIDENCY - May 11, 2009
During the residency, an artist lives at the DCCA and makes a full-time commitment to collaborate with an underserved community group for up to eight weeks to create artwork based on issues relevant to the participants’ lives. Artists work with the community group approximately 6 - 10 hours per week in addition to several hours of additional preparation time necessary for fulfilling the goals of the residency. Residencies typically culminate in an exhibition, performance, or installation at the community site or at the DCCA. Stipend of up to $3000 per month, plus material and travel costs, living space, and PR. No entry fee.
Holly Bennett Jackson
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
200 South Madison St
Wilmington DE 19801
Saturday, April 04, 2009
CALL FOR POETRY/FICTION/ART/PHOTOGRAPHY - May 15, 2009
The theme is *BUILDING BRIDGES" and we seek your interpretation. Winners will be featured in the Spring/Summer 2009 issue of the zine and will will also receive a paperback volume of this issue which will sold on the website and on Amazon.com. Entry fee.
Friday, April 03, 2009
NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - May 1, 2009
This is a nationwide photo contest run by the New York chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers and open to all professional, serious amateur and student photographers residing in the United States. Submit one or more of your favorite images that were created after January 1, 2008. There are two categories, Professional and Student. Each has a first, second and third place prize awarded. Over $25,000 in prizes! Entry fee.
ASMP New York Image 09 Coordinator
Thursday, April 02, 2009
AMERICAN VISIONS PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - May 8, 2009
The new buzzword is sustainability. As more people try to account for their carbon footprint, where do you stand on the green path? Beyond preserving the planet, green simply brings one back to summer days, lush forests, new growth and verdant landscapes. Show the judges your vision of going green - whether it be bicycles, solar panels, or the backyard garden. The $500 Valene Smith Award for Excellence in Visual Anthropology will be given to the Best in Show. Three honorable mentions will be recognized. Entry fee.
Museum of Anthropology
California State University Chico
Chico CA 95929-0400http://www.csuchico.edu/anth/museum
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - May 15, 2009
Seeking professional artists or teams of artists nationwide to submit qualifications for two public art projects. Budget: up to $100,000 to fund both projects. Entry fee.
The Arts Council of Winston-Salem
CALL FOR JURIED SHOW ENTRIES - April 26, 2009
This juried show will take place completely online and will first be judged by the public, then by a few of Denver's well known art dealers, including Ron Judish and Sandra Phillips. There is no specific theme for this show. Pieces will be judged by artistic expression and lasting impression. Choose your best pieces and show us what you’ve got! The public voting period begins Thursday, April 30th and ends on Sunday, May 24th. Winners will be notified via phone and email on June 4th, 2009. Entry fee.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS -
An international ideas competition. Now is the time to make sure that the Bronx's omnipresent dynamism, occasional radicalism, and enduring creativity find expression in its public realm. After decades of decline, the borough's social, economic and environmental infrastructure are poised for rebirth. Submit your ideas for everything from new sidewalk materials to street signage to borough-wide plans. Ideas will be presented to city officials to help them set a municipal agenda for the Bronx to reclaim its identity with integrity and style. The competition is open to all. Entry fee.
Design Trust for Public Space
338 West 39th St 10th Floor
New York NY 10018
CALL FOR SUMMER IN THE CITY ART - April 22, 2009
Mixed media show with the theme of; "Summer in the City". Utilizing your preferred media, submit works that depict your vision of, or relates to, the primary theme of Summer in The City. All media types and styles will be considered. The sounds, sights and feelings of summer-time in the City. Any city, real or imagined. Things to do, sights to see, events happening, walking through the grass barefoot, hot and gritty sidewalks, sailing at Belle Isle, Freighters heading up or down-bound, etc… Your own creative expression of all of the wonders of, Summer In The City. Entry fee.
J T Chapman
1600 Clay Avenue
Detroit MI 48211http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8HsEbb-9sAgallery@russellbazaar.com
YOUR ART COULD HELP KEEP A CHILD ALIVE - June 1, 2009
Young Heroes Foundation seeks donations of inexpensive works for "Art for the Orphans," one of 100 parties to be held to coincide with the Day of the African Child in June. 100% of proceeds go directly to supporting families of AIDS orphans in Swaziland. Artworks will be given to each attendee to the event in Northampton, MA, to accompany an auction of works by Swazi and American artists. No entry fee.
Young Heroes Foundation
15 Villone Dr
Leeds MA 01053