Monday, August 31, 2009
ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST - October 31, 2009
Submit 750 words or less on the theme: Invisible Writing. Interpret it as you like. Enter the $5 entry fee category and vie for $200 or the NO entry fee category and compete for $50. Winners announced December 1, 2009.
NOVEMBER 2009 EXHIBITION - October 1, 2009
Projekt30 is taking submissions for our November 2009 publicly juried exhibition. We are an artist-run arts organization dedicated to promoting emerging artists. The exhibition will include thirty artists; invitations will be sent to over 30,000 galleries, collectors, and fellow artists. Visitors have the option of contacting any participating artist with feedback or opportunities. As of Nov. 2008 over 200,000 messages have been sent to participating artists. All artwork submitted will be presented online prior to the exhibition so visitors may help select which artists will be included in the exhibition. Unlike other juried exhibitions, all participants receive exposure. Opens: November 1, 2009. Public Jury: October 15-29, 2009. Fee: $40 for up to 10 images, though the fee is waived for Projekt30 members and artists who use Projekt30's web-hosting service.
FEAR III - October 2, 2009
What is fear, what do we fear, and what effect does fear have on us? This fall Projekt30 will host our third annual exhibition exploring fear and the role fear plays in our lives and in our society. "FEAR III" will be publicly juried and as usual, the final exhibition will consist of work from 30 artists. Publicly Juried: October 5-20, 2009. Opens: October 22, 2009. Fee: $35 for 10 images, free for Projekt30 members.
For a complete prospectus:http://www.projekt30.com/fear3_prospectus.html
Sunday, August 30, 2009
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR ENTRIES - October 1, 2009
Creative Divergents International Competition* Creative Divergents is accepting submissions for its inaugural competition/showcase. Anyone and everyone from around the world is welcome to participate. All media, styles, and subjects are welcome. The winning submission(s) will receive a $250 award and will be determined by creative vision, innovation, potential to engage an audience, presentation (i.e. quality of the images submitted), and overall impression. Entry fee.
For more information:http://creativedivergents.com
HALLOWEEN-THEMED ART EXHIBIT - October 1, 2009
All work submitted must relate to Halloween, either in historical context or contemporary interpretation. All forms of art and craft will be considered for inclusion. Two-dimensional pieces must be framed and ready to hang. Small works, such as jewelry, must include appropriate means of display along with submission. Work not properly ready for display will not be accepted. Entry fee.
Utah Arts Alliancehttp://email@example.com
EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN WITH ART ABOUT WISHING TO BE A MAN - October 2, 2009
In January 2010 A.I.R. Gallery will host "The Man I Wish I Was" a month-long, partially juried, partially invitational exhibition. In keeping with the feminist tradition of irreverent internal-critique and self-vigilance the intent of the show is to question how gender perception relates to personal identity. We look forward to unanticipated perspectives and encourage an open interpretation of "The Man I Wish I Was." Any artist worldwide who self-identifies as female may submit original works of art. Collaborations are welcome. Entry fee.
111 Front St #228
Brooklyn NY 11201
CALL FOR POETRY PRIZE SUBMISSIONS - October 16, 2009
Sycamore Review, a national literary journal published at Purdue University, is seeking submissions to its annual Wabash Prize in Poetry. Poet Mark Doty will serve as final judge. The winner will receive $1,000 and publication in Sycamore Review.
For submission guidelines:
Department of English
500 Oval Dr
West Lafayette IN 47906
CALL FOR "THAT'S SO GAY!" ART - September 10, 2009
A Juried exhibition that is a queer, comical response to the economic downturn in San Jose and the South Bay-Show runs Sept. 17th-26th, 2009. "That's So Gay" is both a funny and cutting response to the dire straits that individuals and organizations are experiencing in the current recession. The show is a humorous-light-hearted- comic look at survival in tough times. Laughter brings together community and community creates
sustainability. Entry fee.
Mail or drop off or information:
451 South First St
San Jose CA 95113http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR SCULPTURE - February 1, 2010
The Ottawa Hills Foundation is pleased to sponsor the 6th Sculpture in the Park Exhibition. It will again be placed in the area known as Arrowhead Park. This section of land, bounded by Secor Road, W. Bancroft Street and Indian Road, provides optimal unhindered exposure for sculpture. Thousands of cars pass by the exhibit daily, and it is adjacent to the University of Toledo. Ample parking is available so viewers may proceed on foot. The exhibition sculpture will be placed among the three permanent sculpture pieces on site.
4136 Brookside Road
Ottawa Hills OH 43606
Saturday, August 29, 2009
CALL FOR MASSACHUSETTS ARTISTS -
Seeking artists whose subject is the environment, climate change and sustainability. Art work that addresses the numerous topics and issues such as: peak oil, deforestation, overpopulation, toxic waste dumping, industrial water contamination, green house gas emission, carbon footprint reduction, alternative & renewable energy, resource management, recycling, waste reduction, environmental conservation & protection, sustainability, organics, agribusiness, wilderness preservation, urban open green space advocacy, species extinction, and health & genetic mutation implications are sought to be included in this exhibit. Entry fee.
Laura L Montgomery
BHCC Art Gallery
Bunker Hill Community College
Office of the President
250 New Rutherford Av
Boston MA 02129
ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - November 3, 2009
Now accepting applications from those artists interested in being a part of the Second Annual Surreal Salon. This year, eligibility has been expanded to all artists living and creating in the United States and its commonwealths and territories. The work of applicants is limited only by their imagination and all media is encouraged to apply. Entry fee.
John Michael Byrd
Baton Rouge Gallery
1442 City Park Av
Baton Rouge LA 70808
HALLOWEEN EVENT AND ART SHOW - September 25, 2009
MASKED - Anton Art Center's 3rd annual Halloween Event and Art Show. This year's juried exhibition will feature "COSTUME THEMED" works. All media accepted. Open to artist 18 +, work must be original, and work previously exhibition at The Art Center will not be accepted. $10 entry fee for 3 submissions, $5 for each additional, FREE for new members when you join between September 1 - 25, 2009. Accepted work must be received by October 3. Exhibit runs October 9 - November 7, 2009. Reception & Costume Party with live music is on October 23, from 9pm - Midnight.
CALL FOR SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA ARTISTS - September 26, 2009
MOSTLY BLACK & WHITE - Competition & Exhibition, October 2 through November 2, 2009. Open theme. Work in any media (except film, video or installation) that is at least 50% black and/or white is eligible. Open to all artists who can arrange to deliver work in person Friday September 25 from 9-5 PM or Saturday September 26 from 10-4 PM. Awards: 1st, $125; 2nd, $75; 3rd, $25; + honorable mentions. All work must be original and for sale with no size limitation and no limitation on when the work was done or if it was done as a student. Unframed work is eligible if submitted with necessary hardware for hanging or displaying. 40 % commission on sales. Entry fee. If you like the possibility of seeing your work on our exhibition postcard promoting our show, please email a high resolution jpg at 300 dpi and roughly about 6' x 9'. Please label your jpg and put as Subject Line of your Message: LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, TITLE of WORK, OCT. POSTCARD. Deadline for postcard submissions is September 7. If your work is selected for the postcard, it is automatically accepted into the exhibition. Opening Reception: First Friday ArtWalk October 2 from 6-9 PM.
Pacific Art League
668 Ramona St
Palo Alto CA 94301
Friday, August 28, 2009
CALL FOR SMALL WORKS ENTRIES - December 4, 2009
Annual Non-Juried Small Works Exhibition at Arts West Gallery, Elon University, Elon, NC. Open to all artists, all traditional and non-traditional media (excluding video) 2-d and 3-d welcome. Work must not exceed 100 square inches. 3-d work must not exceed 10"x10"x10". You may submit up to five works. No awards. No entry fee.
To receive a prospectus:
Elon NC 27244
CALL FOR PRINT ENTRIES - October 20, 2009
Biennial Juried Print Exhibition at Isabella Cannon Gallery at Elon University, Elon, NC. Open to all artists, all traditional and non-traditional print media (including monoprints). Juror: Jean Sanders, Associate Professor of printmaking at Penn State University, and founder of Sixteenpaws Printmaking Studios. Best In Show award: $500 prize. December 1st, 2009 exhibition. Entry fee.
To receive a prospectus:
Elon NC 27244
Thursday, August 27, 2009
CALL FOR ARTISTS AND PERFORMERS - October 16, 2009
Currently supported by the Friends of Grace and The City of San Jose's Grace Community Center, Bambu is a new addition to GCC's Art and Wellness Studio facility's long list of programs offered to Bay Area artists with accessibility and or functioning needs. All enthusiastic individuals in the Performing Arts and or Fine Arts are encouraged to apply. The Bambu AIR program connects artists living with symptoms of mental illness with professional artists in the local community to create and exhibit art. This collaboration fosters personal and artistic development within the context of a Recovery-Oriented Open Studio Model.
Grace Community Center
484 E San Fernando St
San Jose CA email@example.com
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
CALL FOR WEARABLE ART SUBMISSIONS - December 18, 2009
The Port Moody Arts Centre is now accepting application packages for original wearable art garments to be included in the 2010 Wearable Art Exhibition taking place in and around the City of Port Moody coinciding with the 2010 Vancouver/Whistler Winter Olympic Games in British Columbia, Canada. Artists will have the opportunity to win prize money in each of 3 categories (a total of $2,000 CDN is available) and showcase their work to an expanded, international audience. 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.
"OPEN CALL" TO ARTISTS - September 20, 2009
Brina Thurston's 'Open Call' considers the ostensibly democratic process by which art institutions invite artists to submit works to be considered for exhibition, but in which many factors other than quality and merit operate. Transporting what happens behind closed doors to a public arena, this project consists of an open call to artists that are not included in the 2009 Frieze Art Fair and the presentation in a booth of all the proposals submitted for one day. Brina Thurston queries the existing logic of open calls by providing exposure opportunities for a range of artists outside of the gallery system and shifting the power of selection to the artist.
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
THE ART RENEWAL CENTER'S INTERNATIONAL 2009/2010 ARC SALON 6TH ANNUAL COMPETITION - October 31, 2009
Over $48,000 in cash awards, with $10,000 Best in Show. Win International Recognition overnight and have your work seen by 5.5 Million Yearly Visitors. Compete and Win in All 6 Categories. Award Winners and Finalists will be featured on the Art Renewal Center's website and in our full color catalogue. Compete and Win in 6 Categories: Figurative, Still Life, Landscape, Sculpture, Drawing and Animals. Jury of Awards: Juliette Aristides, Fred Ross, Paul W McCormack. Entry fee.
For prospectus send a #10 SASE to:
Art Renewal Center
100 Markley St
Port Reading NJ 07064http://firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - October 26, 2009
Juried by Lucian Perkins, two time Pulitzer Prize winner. The Call for Entries will be due October 26. The show opens at the Semmes Art Gallery at the University of the Incarnate Word, in San Antonio, TX, on January 21, 2010. Entry fee.
For guidelines/entry form and more info:
Texas Photographic Society
6338 N New Braunfels #174
San Antonio TX 78209
Monday, August 24, 2009
ONLINE LITERARY JOURNAL SEEKS COVER ART & PHOTOGRAPHY - September 30, 2009
Looking for visual art and photography to pair with the poetry it publishes. Please send 3-5 potential cover images as JPG files, along with a link to your website if applicable.
CALL FOR NORTHWEST PLEIN AIR PAINTERS - September 5, 2009
Plein air painters are invited to participate in Paint Seattle, September 11 through 13, by reading the instructions and completing the registration process on the Walking on Water Gallery and Studios web site. There is no fee, artists will be included on the Paintout Map and can show in the Gallery at the Sunday, Artist’s Reception and Exhibition. Sixteen to 20 of the works, selected by Walking on Water, will also be shown for one month, through October 13. A Welcome, with coffee/tea and muffins will be held at the gallery on Friday, Sept. 11 for painters. Links to some of Seattle’s most beautiful places to paint will be available there and will be available soon on the web site. All art during this event must be created en plein air during the three-day event.
CALL FOR ARTISTS - October 2, 2009
Studio Montclair presents "Departures", the Annual Open Juried Exhibition at the South and East Galleries of the Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, from February 1 to March 5, 2010. $25 entry fee for three images in CD format only (DVD’s accepted for videos). All mediums, including videos and installations, will be accepted. Juror: Phong Bui, award-winning professional artist and publisher of the prestigious monthly journal, The Brooklyn Rail. Cash awards.
Send SASE for prospectus to:
108 Orange Road
Montclair NJ 07042http://www.studiomontclair.org
Sunday, August 23, 2009
NEW JERSEY STREET ART FAIR - September 17, 2009
Takes place on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25 from 11am-6pm. All artwork must be original and handmade by you. Paintings, handcrafted clay, blown glass, stain glass, wood, furniture, photography, wearables, metal, handcrafted toys, and silver, metal, gold and beaded jewelry. There is no fee to participate. No commission will be collected on sales.
Sumei Art Center
Hamilton Street Art Fair
Newark NJ 07105http://email@example.com
Saturday, August 22, 2009
ANNUAL ART IN NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - September 15, 2009
Open to photographers worldwide, both amateur and professional. The Center invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate in its exhibitions. This exhibition will illustrate all aspects of nature. Entry fee, $35 for first 3 images ($20 for members) and $10 for each image after that. Over $600 in Exhibition and Awards. Juror: Kathy Moran is National Geographic magazine first senior editor for natural history projects.
The Center for Fine Art Photography
ANNUAL NATIONAL POSTER DESIGN CONTEST - September 25, 2009
Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival 4th Annual Poster Design Contest for 2010 Festival - 40th Year. Graphic artists from across the country will have a high-profile opportunity to showcase their talent by entering the contest. The winning entry will receive $1,000 as well as the honor of having their design featured as the centerpiece on all promotional material for the prestigious festival held every October in the World Pumpkin Capital of Half Moon Bay. Entry fee is $20 for the first entry and $5 for each additional entry up to 4 entries per artist. First Prize - $1,000 (one) , Second Prize - $500 (one), Third Prizes - $250 (two), Peoples Choice Award - $ 250 (one).
Thursday, August 20, 2009
NEW YORK CITY GALLERY CALL FOR EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES - September 21, 2009
Spaces will fill quickly. All viewpoints and mediums are welcome. Each artist who submits work will be accepted into the exhibition of their choice if they complete the application process before the posted deadline for that exhibition, or before the exhibition is filled. Multiple submissions accepted for any exhibition. Deadlines ongoing. Apply for shows online.
INTERNATIONAL JURIED "CHILDHOOD" PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - October 2, 2009
Amateur and professional photographers are invited to submit digital files of their color and black and white works to the Texas Photographic Society (TPS) for "Childhood: An International Photo Exhibition," to be juried by Jamie Lee Curtis. The Exhibition will open at the Dougherty Art Center in Austin, TX in January 2010 and then tour the state of Texas for one year. A color catalogue of the exhibition will be printed and sent to all entrants, select museum curators and photography magazines. Accepted entrants receive three catalogues. Entry fee.
For guidelines/entry form and more info:
Texas Photographic Society
6338 N New Braunfels #174
San Antonio TX 78209
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
MARYLAND GALLERY REVIEWING PORTFOLIOS - September 1, 2009
On Going Portfolios Review. Red Studio reviewing portfolios for our upcoming gallery space which is in Antique Row, Old Town Kensington Maryland. Open to all artist such as interdisciplinary, traditional, experimental, and functional art are welcome.
For art submission:
Red Studio Gallery
3758 Howard Av
Kensington MD 20895http://firstname.lastname@example.org
SEEKING VIDEO BY SOUTHEAST ARTISTS FOR FESTIVAL - September 30, 2009
Artists living in the American South share a particular voice that draws from a combination of unique influences and contradictions. A recipe thick as the woods, heat, and accents combined with history, tradition, and modern technology, creates a story that reflects a culture that is rarely captured. Plugged Art Collective invites all artists living and working in the American South to share their artworks, observations, and experiences. No entry fee.
Plugged Art Collectivehttp://www.pluggedartcollective.com
GATEWAY TO THE ROCKIES CALL FOR ART - October 2, 2009
All artists are invited to enter its 15th Annual Art exhibit, an internationally-open, juried competition. Two- dimensional miniatures, two dimensional large works and photography will be considered. The exhibit will be held Nov. 13-Dec. 19, 2009, at the Aurora History Museum, Aurora, Colorado. Cash prizes will be awarded. Co-sponsored by the City of Aurora Cultural Services Division and Aurora Artists Guild. Entry Fee.
For a prospectus:
INDIANA ART & PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - October 1, 2009
Art & Photography Exhibition to be judged by the public, October 3-31, 2009. Kokomo Artworks presents an exhibition to run in conjunction with the "We Care" Christmas Trees display. What makes this show unique is that is judged by the public. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply. 40"x 40" maximum for work. Entries should be properly framed, matted and with a wire for hanging. Prizes. The gallery will take a 25% commission on all sales. Sale price determined by artist. Works do not have to be for sale. Entry fee.
Tamara Leigh Jarvis
1704 E Boulevard
Kokomo IN 46902
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 21, 2009
OSU Parking Garage; Total Budget: $70,000. Oklahoma Art in Public Places (OAIPP), on behalf of Oklahoma State University (OSU), is seeking an artist (or team of artists) to create a significant, site-specific work of art for the new Multimodal Transportation Terminal (MMTT) building. The artwork must relate to the general theme of "transportation". Work may be stable or kinetic and made of any appropriate material.
COLLEGE GALLERY SEEKS EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - November 30, 2009
The Art Department of Sinclair Community College is seeking proposals for the 2011 exhibition season. SCC has two separate, professionally designed galleries. Exhibits are scheduled on a four to six week rotation. The artist is responsible for expenses and insurance while artwork is being transported to the gallery. In the case of transport from outside the United States, the artist is also responsible for all duties, fees and paperwork. Sinclair provides return shipping or an honorarium to defray return travel expenses. Entry fee.
C Pat McClelland
Sinclair Community College Galleries
444 West Third St
Dayton OH 45402-1460http://email@example.com
RESIDENCIES IN ITALY - September 1, 2009
La Macina di San Cresci offers 10 partial funding in grant based on a combination of merit and need. This assistance reduces Residency fees and may cover up to half the full cost of a minimum three-week residency. This grant assistance is available from October 1, 2009, to March 31, 2010 residencies. Applications for these awards are accepted any time. Entry fee.
CALL FOR DENVER DOG ART - October 4, 2009
Original artwork must be brought in person to the gallery. Please do not ship art, bring images, CD’s or other reproductions of your work. A juried show of works depicting the dog. For local Denver artists. All media accepted, oil, acrylic, watercolor, drawing, ink, assemblage, collage, photography and sculpture (stone, clay, wood, paper, paper mache, bronze). Entry fee.
910 Santa Fe Dr 2nd Floor North
Denver CO 80204 http://www.nizastudio13.com/Nizas_website/Entry_form.firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, August 09, 2009
CALL FOR SEA SHORE VIDEO - September 5, 2009
International Call for Collaborative Video Art Work-Sea of Seas. Media artist Orly Aviv is seeking video artists to shoot a video from any sea shore for this International collaborative project. The exhibition will take place in October 2009 at The Slade Research Center, at the University College in London, UK.
Saturday, August 08, 2009
CALL FOR GEOMORPHICS/LANDSCAPE ART - September 11, 2009
This is an exhibit exploring the possibilities of new landscape art. Organized by Karl Gustafson, the exhibit dates are: 24 October - 22 November 2009. Deep earth processes move at their own pace. Surface features change faster. Natural forces and human activity intersect with creative and destructive effects on the landscape and on the soul. What do you see? What does it feel like? The spiritually sublime or the terminally terrible? Is a new landscape art emerging that engages the morphing landscape, our place in it, and our mixed emotions about it? This exhibit intends to explore how the contemporary changing landscape is experienced and envisioned by contemporary artists of all mediums, including landscape architects. 3D and installation work is encouraged. Entry fee.
The Nave Galleryhttp://www.navegallery.org/nave/call.html
CALL FOR THE COLOR WHITE THEMED ART - September 4, 2009
The show is open to all artists 18 years and older. There will be a minimum of 3 cash awards given at the judgment of the jury and committee. Awards and totals TBA at a later date. All work should be a majority of white in color. There is no size or material requirements, however the gallery ceilings are 11′ and 12′. The jury and committee is open to all 2-D and 3-D mediums. Entry fee.
b.a.l.m. (beauty, art and life movement)
WORRIED ABOUT SELLING YOUR ART IN 2010? - October 1, 2009
Are you ready to sell your art, but confused about which strategies work best so you don't waste money and time? Even if you missed The 3rd annual smARTist Telesummit 2009, now you can hear all 7 days ( audio + transcriptions) of 11 art-career experts & successful artists presenting 13 sessions, including 2 Master Mind panel discussions and detailed handouts from the speakers. Get clear about your vision. Create a plan tailored to jumping your art career to the next level—even in these challenging times. Here's what smARTist artists want you to know: “If I'd had this information at the beginning of my art career, I know that I could have saved myself 10 years of struggling. Please keep me on your list!"(S. Williams, painter) "Just want you to know that by the end of that first panel discussion session, I felt I'd already gotten my money's worth!" (C. Morgan, mixed media) “I was afraid of spending money with the economy declining, (I am my only support) but I did it and I am so pleased. I am getting so many ideas as I listen to the lessons in my car and at home, until it all really sinks in. It was money really well spent! (Cherie Grampp)
Get all the details for the only professional Art Career Conference (online or off!): http://www.smartist-telesummit.com
CALL FOR REGIONAL "REAL ART" - September 18, 2009
Exhibit is open to any original artwork considered to be "real art" by the artist. Submitted works of art can be or represent photography, digital art, painting, sculpture, drawing, or any form of 3D and 2D work, including art forms like silversmith, blacksmith work, and jewelry. Show is open to all amateur and professional artists living in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, California, and New Mexico. The exhibition will be a well rounded representation of every genre from realism, impressionism, abstract, etc. Works will be critiquing based on skill, technique, use of medium and other artistic based ideas. Entry fee.
Ronald T Floyd
48 West Main St #100
Mesa AZ 85201
Friday, August 07, 2009
CALL FOR STICKS & STONES THEMED ART - September 28, 2009
Sticks and Stones: Open Call, October 2009. Firefly Coffee House, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Curator is interested in works with the theme of "Sticks and Stones" in mind. Entry fee.
To download the prospectus:http://www.fireflycoffeehousefw.com/arts.html
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
CALL FOR BERLIN WALL FALL THEMED ART - September 1, 2009
Rise&Fall is a mobile art installation and dance event commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The exhibition features modern digital artwork interpreting the theme 'bringing down walls/breaking down barriers' (both literally and symbolically) and music performed by Turkish-German DJ/Producer, DJ Ipek Ipekcioglu. Artists, from amateur to professional, are invited to submit digital versions of their art produced in a full range of mediums along with a 100-word description of what 'bringing down walls' means to them - either as directly related to the Berlin Wall or on a more symbolic, personal, cultural or social level. The selected images and descriptions will be displayed on digital frames and projected in event venues across the U.S. during Rise&Fall events. A select group of Rise&Fall art will be invited to be published in a limited-edition commemorative Rise&Fall book of which the selected artists will receive one free. Events will take place in New York, Miami, Boston, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles in November 2009.
BOA Events (BOA Life LLC)
SCRIPTAPALOOZA TELEVISION WRITING COMPETITION - October 15, 2009
Hey all you TV writers, this is your chance to change the way you watch TV! Scriptapalooza TV has seen major success in their 10 years... 2 writers won Emmys, numerous writers have gotten agents, managers and meetings. The four categories include existing 1 hour shows like True Blood and Merlin. Existing half hour sitcoms like The Office and Two and a Half Men. Original pilots and reality shows (for reality shows we would like a 1-5 page synopsis only). Supported by the Writers Guild of America west and the Writers Guild of Canada. Entry fee.
POETRY AND FICTION PRIZES - December 15, 2009
Two prizes of $2,000 each and publication in Crazyhorse are given annually for a single poem and a short story. Submit up to three poems or a story of up to 25 pages with a $16 entry fee, which includes a one-year subscription to Crazyhorse.
Send an SASE, e-mail, or visit the Web site for complete guidelines:
Poetry and Fiction Prizes
Department of English
College of Charleston
66 George St
Charleston SC 29424http://email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING VISUALIZATION COMPETITION - September 15, 2009
Entries must be produce or commissioned by illustrators, scientists, engineers, research groups or institutions--individually or in teams.
The National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington VA 22230
BALLET SEEKS YOUNG CONTEMPORARY CHOREOGRAPHERS - September 1, 2009
In order to expand the activities of the Company’s international project, Les Ballets Persans is creating opportunities of participation and collaboration for young choreographers within the EYDP. During the past four seasons European Youth Dance Project has engaged both professional and semiprofessional dancers in this international peace and integration undertaking. Due to the requests coming to the company and in order to offer opportunities of involvement, Les Ballets Persans is inviting young contemporary choreographers to take part in this project by choreographing and instructing participant dancers in the EYDP during short periods of time as from the start of the spring season 2010. Young contemporary choreographers will have the opportunity of working with participant dancers half-time during one or two weeks, presenting to them fresh chorographical material, new experience and a focused, well-developed style. Choreographers who have been working professionally during at least past three years are welcome to contact the Company and send a presentation of themselves for consideration.
INTERNATIONAL ART PRIZE - November 15, 2009
The Prize is open to all artists, without any limits of age, sex, nationality or other qualification. Each artist can participate with one or two works, at one or more sections. Prizes include 5,000 euro for painting, photography, and sculpture. Entry fee.
ARTE LAGUNA PRIZEhttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, August 03, 2009
CALL FOR NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY - September 15, 2009
This exhibition will on display Dec 4 2009, till Jan 9. The theme for Art in Nature can be raw, powerful, serene, destructive, fertile and delicate. This exhibition will illustrate all aspects of nature. The exhibition is open to photographers worldwide, both amateur and professional. The Center invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate in its exhibitions. Over $600 in Exhibition and Awards. Entry fee.
The Center for Fine Art Photographyhttp://www.c4fap.org
ONLINE NOVEL SEEKS ART - September 1, 2009
International Art wanted (photographs, graphics, paintings) to help illustrate the serial novel 'AMERICAN FEVER, A Tale of Romance & Pestilence'. American Fever is a blog novel that I am presenting online globally from early July into December 2009, post by post, day by day. This is the live, linked, usually illustrated tale of a New Yorker blogging through two waves of a flu pandemic that causes massive social and political problems at home and overseas. Scanning the weeks of posts, the gallery of art already selected, and the novel's foreword will provide hints of the range of images in this radical multimedia serial novel. (Two artworks have been deployed in the narrative so far.) No entry fee.
Peter Christian Hallhttp://www.AmericanFeverBook.email@example.com
Sunday, August 02, 2009
PRINTMAKING KEYHOLDER RESIDENCY - September 1, 2009
The Keyholder Residency includes free 24/7 access to a large shared studio with printmaking facilities, stipend, storage space and basic supplies, exhibition opportunities, educational programming, and support services. Artists from all disciplines are eligible: printmaking skills are recommended but not required, and basic instruction in printmaking is available at no cost. Entry fee.
Lower East Side Printshop
306 W 37th St 6th Floor
New York NY 10018
CALL FOR PAPERS ON ART IN HEALTHCARE - September 25, 2009
The call for papers for the Society for the Arts in Healthcare's 21st Annual International Conference is now open! Hosted by the University of Minnesota, the conference will take place April 28 - May 1, 2010, in Minneapolis. Come share best practices, model programs and cutting-edge research at the most comprehensive arts in healthcare event! Submit a paper, panel, workshop or poster presentation.
The Society for the Arts in Healthcare
Saturday, August 01, 2009
CALL FOR UNPUBLISHED SHORT STORIES - September 1, 2009
Up to 5,000 words. Winner Receives: $500 cash Trophy. Publication in Open City. Judged by Rick Rofihe 2009 Contest Assistant: Carolyn Wilsey, has read fiction for Esquire and Swink. Entry fee.
270 Lafayette St Suite 1412
New York NY 10012http://opencity.org/rrofihe.html
JOURNAL SEEKS ARTWORK - September 1, 2009
The content of the first issue is Love, Hate and the Jewish State--it's a look at how the Israeli/Palestinian situation is transforming Diaspora Jewish identity. The content of the second issue is Spirituality of Care. Artwork can include drawings, photography, digital art, paintings, and any other reproducible visual media.
ANNUAL POETRY PRIZE - November 1, 2009
2009 Anderbo Poetry Prize. Now in its 4th year! Winner receives: $500 cash, publication on anderbo.com. Judged by William Logan. Entry fee.
Anderbo Poetry Prize
270 Lafayette St Suite 1412
New York NY firstname.lastname@example.org://www.anderbo.com/anderbo1/anderprize2009.html
NATIONAL ARTISTS OPPORTUNITY - November 15, 2009
Art Alliance Austin wants to introduce your work to collectors and the community at large. The organization seeks artists to submit their work for consideration for a prized booth spot at Art City Austin 2010. This annual outdoor fair is set against streets, plazas, and green spaces on the edge of Austin's flourishing and hip downtown shopping and arts district. 2010 Best in Show 2-D and 3-D winners receive $1,000 cash award and Best in Media winners receive $100. All winners receive automatic acceptance into the 2011 festival. Entry fee.
Art Alliance Austin
PX3 INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - September 15, 2009
PX3's Aftermath Competition is a depiction of the consequence of an event. Our lives can be traced, to a series of aftermaths, the results of a cause and effect, that defines who we are, and what our lives are made of; images that portray these single moments, Px3 aims to capture. The top 20 winning photographs selected will be exhibited. Awards: 1st Place: $2,000, 2nd Place: $1,000, 3rd Place: $500. Entry fee.
PX3 Prix De La Photographie
CALL FOR ART - March 1, 2010
Artwork now being accepted for exhibition with 12 month's gallery representation. Numerous artists have had articles written in their newspaper(s) and many artists have sold their work(s). There have been close to one billion viewer hits to date! Artists are free to sell and exhibit their work in other venues at the same time. "11th Annual
Photographic Processes", EARLY DEADLINE: Aug. 8, 2009 (Later Deadline: Aug. 24, 2009); "11th Annual Abstraction", EARLY DEADLINE: Sept. 8, 2009 (Later Deadline: Sept. 24, 2009); "11th Annual Painting, Drawing, Photography & Print", EARLY DEADLINE: Oct. 8, 2009 (Later Deadline: Oct. 24, 2009); "7th Annual Color: Bold/Subtle", EARLY DEADLINE:
Nov. 8, 2009 (Later Deadline: Nov. 24, 2009); "12th Annual All Media", EARLY DEADLINE: Dec 8, 2009 (Later Deadline: Dec. 24, 2009); "11th Annual Realism", EARLY DEADLINE: Jan. 8, 2009 (Later Deadline: Jan. 24, 2009.
For a prospectus please contact:
Upstream People Gallery
5607 Howard St
Omaha NE 68106-1257
CALL FOR DERIVATIVE ART - September 15, 2009
Artists, writers/poets, dancers/choreographers, filmmakers, performance artists, or most any other maker of works who are US residents over 18. This call to entry specifically asks for original work in response to the digital image of the painting God would have mercy. Jon Rambo won’t.
created by Project 465 resident artist Tom Walther. At the end of the exhibition, he is interested in trading that work for the piece chosen from the group of submissions.
INTERNATIONAL ONLINE ARTIST COMPETITION - September 30, 2009
This is a quarterly, international, juried exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculptures in any medium. It is open to all living artists worldwide aged 16 and up. A European gallery exhibition and a total of 17,000 Euros in cash may be awarded each quarter to the first, second and third place winners. First place winners receive up to 10,000 Euros plus a featured interview in Art Interview Online Magazine. The competition is run completely over the Internet, which eliminates the need for you to send slides or arrange for physical transportation of your artworks. Gain international recognition for
your artwork and be interviewed along with the world's top artists, curators and gallery owners in Art Interview Online Magazine.
Read more information on the competition and how to enter it at:http://www.art-interview.com