Sunday, January 31, 2010
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - March 1, 2010
Seeking applications for solo/two-person/group exhibitions during the 2011-2012 seasons. It is preferred that the artist(s) be present at the gallery for installation/de-installation, and required for the reception. At this time, the gallery is not equipped for new media/technology/performance based work. Most other media welcome. Hood College will accept proposals for exhibitions from curators. Please provide images with a detailed proposal, as well as a bio/resume from the curator(s) and each of the artists. Please send a SASE for return of materials (optional). No entry fee.
Please send bio, resume, 20 images of recent work on CD (jpg, 300dpi, 6x9inches) and image list to:
Hood College: Tatem Arts Center
401 Rosemont Avenue
Frederick MD firstname.lastname@example.org
OPEN CALL FOR MOTION PORTRAITURE & SELF-PORTRAITURE - March 31, 2010
What is a motion portrait? Is there such a thing? What distinguishes motion portraits from biographical films and documentaries? Portraiture and self-portraiture have fascinating histories in painting, drawing, sculpture and photography, but what has happened to the form of the portrait in the digital age? Are contemporary filmmakers, video artists, animators and programmers pushing the disciplines of the portrait and self-portrait into motion? Accepting all artworks which can be screened in video (including film, video, motion graphics, animation, programming, game interfaces, flip books, etc.) No entry fee.
Please send submissions as .mov data files on DVD, with current CV/resume and artist statement to:
Open Call--Motion Portraiture and Self-Portraiture
c/o Darren Douglas Floyd AIR
123 Risley Hall
Ithaca NY email@example.com
Saturday, January 30, 2010
PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - February 25, 2010
Seeking an artist to design a commemoration that will tell the story and educate viewers of the history and importance of the End of the Massive Resistance. The committee is not looking for specific representation but hopes the work will communicate a depth of feeling, meaning and human understanding of this time and history. The final artwork should communicate the past and what was, be thought-provoking and challenging but also look to the future with inspiration and communicate our hopes as a community and a higher ideal. The selected artist will be work closely with the community to understand the history of this significant event, the changing race relations and what it means to Norfolk. Up to five finalists will be selected to be interviewed by the public art planning committee and paid $1,000 to make a presentation to the committee. This includes all travel, preparation and interview. One artist will be selected for the project. An additional $32,000 is available for the final complete design phase. The budget for the completed and installed artwork is $500,000 at this time, however significant private sector fundraising is anticipated.
Project descriptions and details for applying:http://www.norfolk.gov/cultural_affairs/artists_opportunities.asp
FICTION & POETRY PRIZE AWARD - February 5, 2010
Winners of this year's contest will be published in our special anniversary double-issue celebrating the 25th anniversary of our MFA program and the 150th anniversary of Louisiana State University. Prize: $250 in each genre and publication in New Delta Review. Finalists will also be considered for publication. Multiple submissions and simultaneous submissions are welcome. Entry fee.
More information and entry forms:http://www.lsu.edu/newdeltareview
OPEN STUDIOS CALL FOR ARTISTS - February 20, 2010
The Directory of East Bay Arts and East Bay OPEN STUDIOS is a straightforward way for artists at any stage in their career to get their work seen by art patrons, curators, other artists, business leaders, community leaders, and art enthusiasts. Open Studios runs Saturday - Sunday, June 5 & 6 and 12 & 13, 11:00AM - 6:00PM. Artists with studio, home or exhibition space in Oakland/Alameda or Contra Costa Counties are encouraged to participate. Pro Arts membership and entry fee required. Apply online.
150 Frank H Ogawa Plaza
Oakland CA 94612
CALL FOR FINE ARTISTS - February 18, 2010
The City of Beverly Hills is seeking artists for the Spring 2010 Affaire In The Gardens Art Show, in the following categories: Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Drawing and Printmaking, Ceramics and Glass, Digital Art, Mixed Media and Jewelry. The show has taken place for over thirty-six years along four blocks of historic Beverly Gardens Parkway, from Rodeo to Rexford Drive, in the center of Beverly Hills. Artists from around the nation exhibit alongside local Los Angeles talent. Approximately 40,000 visitors attend throughout the weekend, and Southern California art dealers regularly drop by to seek out new art and artists. The show will take place on May 15 and 16, 2010. Entry fee.
APRIL 2010 EXHIBITION - March 1, 2010
Projekt30 is an artist-run arts organization dedicated to promoting emerging artists. In addition to providing professional websites and web hosting for hundreds of fine artists, since 2003 we have conducted over 90 online juried exhibitions, featured the artwork of thousands of artists, and have facilitated the sale of thousands of artworks. Each year, Projekt30 receives roughly one tenth the number of visitors as the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. We are currently seeking submissions for our April 2010 Exhibition. The exhibition will include 30 artists; invitations will be sent to our potent and refined mailing list of galleries, collectors, and fellow artists. All Projekt30 exhibitions are publicly juried, meaning artwork submitted will be presented online prior to the exhibition so visitors may help select which artists will graduate to the final 30. Unlike other juried exhibitions, all participants receive exposure. Opens: April 1, 2010. Public Jury: March 15-29, 2010. Fee: $40 for up to 10 images, though the fee is waived for Projekt30 members and artists who use Projekt30's web-hosting service.
For more details go to:http://www.projekt30.com/prospectus.html
LOS ANGELES ART WALK SEEKS ARTISTS - March 1, 2010
The Annex LA seeks artists for next month’s Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk on Thursday, March 11th. All mediums are welcome. This month's 1-day event is from 4pm-10pm. With upward of 6000 people in attendance each month, this event offers an enormous amount of exposure. This is a great opportunity to make contacts, meet artists in the area, and gain access to a young, hip, and involved audience. You may submit your work using the Submission Form, or you can email links and images. Entry fee.
If you are interested in participating, please visit us at:http://firstname.lastname@example.org
JURIED EXHIBITION IN PRINT - March 15, 2010
Psychescapes. Open to fine artists working in any media. We are looking for art that reflects the human psyche. Art that explores the inner world of the arist's mind.
Selected art will be included in a book that will be available for purchase online. $20 for entry fee for 1-4 JPGs. $5 each additional.
For prospectus send SASE or email (with the subject heading Psychescapes) to:
312 Greene Ave #2
Brooklyn NY 11238
CALL FOR ENTRIES FROM COLORADO - May 3, 2010
The Longmont Artists' Guild and the Boulder Art Association are requesting entries for a members' show to be held at the Boulder County Fairgrounds from June 10-13, 2010. The LAG and the BAA jointly host a yearly members' show that includes 70 different artists in photography, oils, watercolor, pastels, etc. Four pieces of artwork and unlimited bin work can be entered. The exhibit will be judged by Diane Perry and ribbons and cash will be awarded in all categories. Entry fee.
For a show prospectus and/or to become a member of the BAA or the LAG:http://www.boulderartassociation.orghttp://email@example.com
Friday, January 29, 2010
CALL FOR NATURE'S ENCHANTMENT THEMED ART - February 8, 2010
The Arboretum's exhibition celebrates magical and majestic spirits and beings of nature such as elves, faeries, sprites, gnomes, hobbits, green men, trolls, goblins, wizards, dragons and more. Explore ecology and sustainability with nature as your guide. Exhibits created by local artists, artisans, builders, designers and more, spin and twirl you through our centuries-old sanctuary. Entry fee.
515 Painter Road
Media PA 19063
CALL FOR CLEAN ENERGY OUTDOOR SCULPTURAL INSTALLATIONS - June 4, 2010
This initiative brings together international artists, architects, scientists, and engineers in a first of its kind collaboration. The goal of the Land Art Generator Initiative is to design and construct a series of outdoor sculptural installations across the United Arab Emirates that uniquely combine aesthetic intrigue with clean energy generation. The art itself will continuously distribute clean energy into the electrical grid with each land art sculpture having the potential to provide power to
thousands of homes in the UAE. The first step is the 2010 international design competition. View the open call for the design of aesthetic and pragmatic solutions to one of the most pressing issues of our time: renewable energy.
Elizabeth Monoian & Robert Ferry
Land Art Generator Initiativehttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ART BY THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING - March 1, 2010
Seeking works from artists who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing for our Second Annual juried show to be held in New York City. To have your artwork considered for the exhibition, please submit digital images of artwork in high-resolution JPEG format (300 dpi or higher). Works may be submitted either by email or CD. If you want your mailed materials returned, please include an SASE with return postage.
For complete guidelines:
142 East 39th St
New York NY 10016SubmitArt@deafcouncil.org
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSAL QUALIFICATIONS - February 26, 2010
Letters of interest and qualifications are requested from artists both regional and national working in a variety of media who are interested in participating in an open competition for works of public art for the new Millcreek Community Center located in a well established neighborhood in Salt Lake City, Utah. Up to $130,000.00 has been designated for art obtained through this process.
The RFQ is now available on-line at:
Valerie Parker Price
Community Art Specialist
Salt Lake County Government Center
2001 South State St Suite N-4100
Salt Lake City Utah 84190
ARTISTS' RESIDENCIES IN SOUTH ITALY - March 1, 2010
The surroundings and its ideal location at the heart of the Pollino National Park make it
an ideal getaway for visual and literary artists. Artists in Residence selected have the opportunity to take part in the Festival ARTtractions which aims to bring contemporary art to the local rural community. The Palazzo is open seasonally (June to Sept) and Residencies are now booking.
For details and an application form:http://www.palazzorinaldi.com
CALL FOR PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION - February 20, 2010
Seeking portfolio submissions for the gallery's active artist file which is used to curate all regular exhibitions in the gallery. Reviews are conducted three times a year.
The gallery exhibits emerging artists with a focus on regional contemporary artwork. Artists working in all genres an media, including painting, drawing, prints, sculpture, fiber, video, and site specific are encouraged to apply. Portfolio submission is free.
For further information:http://www.pierrogallery.org
Thursday, January 28, 2010
JURIED ONLINE ART COMPETITION - February 28, 2010
We start a new show on the first of every month. We are a juried online art show and the first place winner gets a prize for their victory. Follow us on twitter. Entry fee.
CONNECTICUT WOMEN ARTISTS EXHIBITION - April 14, 2010
81st Annual Connecticut Women Artists Open Juried Exhibition, to be held May 9 - June 6 2010, at the John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT. Juror and awards is nationally recognized artist and instructor Alyssa Monks. Entry fee.
For more info and to download prospectus visit:http://www.ctwomenartists.org
CALL FOR SMALL (6X6) ARTWORK - May 6, 2010
6x6x2010 is the third exhibition of thousands of original artworks, made and donated by celebrities, international and local artists, designers, college students, youths and YOU. Each artwork will be 6x6 inches square and signed only on the back, to be exhibited anonymously. All artworks will be for sale to the public for $20 each, to benefit Rochester Contemporary Art Center. Artists' names will be revealed to the buyer only upon purchase and all artworks will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition. Don't miss Rochester's largest exhibition and don't miss the chance to show your artwork in great company and support of Rochester's downtown contemporary art venue.
For more information:http://www.rochestercontemporary.org
INTERNATIONAL LESBIAN AND GAY FILM FESTIVAL - July 15, 2010
For preliminary viewing, please send us your work as VHS or DVD only (NTSC or PAL). Please include the necessary press material with your entry, such as photos and a short description. Please include the following entry form with your application. If you have more than one entry, please use separate forms. Entry form
Send your entry to:
Lesbisch Schwule Filmtage Hamburg
INTERNATIONAL OUTDOOR SCULPTURE COMPETITION - February 19, 2010
Artists are invited to submit outdoor sculptures to be featured at the Thirteenth Annual Peace Arch Park International Sculpture Exhibition on the USA Canada border. Peace Arch International Park is the Western United States International Gateway to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, BC, Canada. An artwork prospectus is available online. Digital and slide entries are acceptable for entry (digital images are preferred). Site-specific proposals are acceptable for entry. Entry fee.
United States Canada Peace
Anniversary Association (USCPAA)
HARBOR FESTIVAL POSTER CONTEST - March 2, 2010The theme for 2010 is “The Bounty of the Bay” focusing on Morro Bay’s past (commercial fishing/power gen
The theme for 2010 is "The Bounty of the Bay" focusing on Morro Bay's past (commercial fishing/power generation...), present (tourism), and future (eco tourism [kayaking, diving, bird watching,...] and sustainable fishing [live catch, oyster, abalone farming,...]). The winning design must lend itself to adaptation of a variety of applications, including print, t-shirts, invitations, wine/beer glasses, brochures and rack cards. The winner will be determined on or before April 2nd, 2010. Entry fee.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
INTERNATIONAL SHORT FICTION CONTEST - February 1, 2010
Grand Prize 1000 Euros and publication in Albedo One, Ireland's magazine of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror. Second and Third Place Prizes 200 Euros and 100 Euros and publication in Albedo One. Grand Judge: Renowned SF, Fantasy and Horror author, Ian Watson. Open to previously unpublished stories of up to 8000 words in length from all natiionalities in the genres of SF, fantasy or horror. Entry fee.
More information or email submissions to:http://email@example.com
FEATURE LENGTH SCREENPLAY COMPETITION - June 1, 2010
The Austin Film Festival is looking for quality screenplays which will be read by industry professionals. This year AFF will be providing 'Readers Notes' to all Second Rounders (top 10%) and higher for no additional charge. Two main categories: Drama Category and Comedy Category. Two optional Award Categories; Sponsored Award and Sci-Fi Award. Entry fee.
For guidelines send SASE, call or email:
Screenplay Competition Director
Austin Film Festival
1801 Salina St
Austin TX 78702
SEEKING ENTRIES OF A BOTANICAL NATURE FOR ART EXHIBITION - March 19, 2010
CALL FOR ENTRIES.
Smithtown Township Arts Council seeks entries for Of a Botanical Nature juried exhibition at the Mills Pond House Gallery, May 1-May 28, 2010. Juror: Wendy Hollender. Open to local and national artists. Entry fee.
Prospectus at web site or send a SASE to:
660 Route 25A
St James NY 11780
ANNUAL JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - April 16, 2010
CALL FOR ENTRIES -
Smithtown Township Arts Council seeks entries for its 30th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition, held at the Mills Pond House Gallery, June 5-July 2, 2010. Juror: Harvey Stein. Open to local and national artists. Entry fee.
Prospectus at web site or send a SASE to:
660 Route 25A
St James NY 11780
CALL FOR RECYCLED MATERIALS ART - February 1, 2010
EcoCreations - A Call for Entries. An exhibition of Art made from recycled materials and found objects in the MuseGallery's WESTend Space. FeaturedArtist & Juror - Bruce Campbell. Cash Awards. March 12th - April 30th, 2010. Entry fee.
For a complete prospectus contact:
356 Main St
OPEN THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - April 12, 2010
Juror: Keith Carter. Approximately forty photographs on any subject will be chosen for display at PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT. Free matting and framing for selected photographs. Entry fee $25 for five images.
For information visit:http://www.vtphotoworkplace.com
CALL FOR NOSTALGIA THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - March 1, 2010
Juror: Larissa Leclair. Approximately forty photographs on the theme of nostalgia will be chosen for display at PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT. Free matting and framing for selected photographs. Entry fee $25 for five images.
For information visit:http://www.vtphotoworkplace.com
"UNCOMMON PORTRAITS" THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - February 1, 2010
Juror: Cig Harvey. Approximately forty photographs in the category of "uncommon portraits" will be chosen for display at PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT. Entry fee $25 for five images. Free matting and framing for selected photographs.
For information visit:http://www.vtphotoworkplace.com
CALL FOR BIRTHDAY THEMED ART - February 5, 2010
Pelham Art Center is soliciting on-loan art on the theme of "Birthday" for an exhibit running May 7-June 26, 2010. $1000 cash prize for best in show. Tri-state artists (NY NJ CT) 19 years of age and older. All work submitted must be available for exhibit. $20 entry fee.
For prospectus and to apply:
Pelham Art Center
155 Fifth Av
Pelham NY 10803http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR BIKE THEMED MOVIES - February 15, 2010
Filmed by Bike is a festival of independent bike-themed short movies from around the world. The festival takes place April 16-18 at the Clinton Street Theater in Portland, Oregon. No entry fee.
Filmed by Bike
CHRISTIAN ART CONTEST - February 28, 2010
This call for submission is open to all residents of the U.S. and its Territories all ages (Under 16 requires parental submission). This contest is for artists working in all visual art mediums. There is no theme for the contest, so artists are free to submit artwork of their choice. There will be one grand prize winner and several honorable mentions. Entry fee.
ASIAN AMERICAN SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL - January 30, 2010
An annual film festival of short films seeks works by Asian American filmmakers. Curated by Melissa Hung of Hyphen magazine, Slant is in its 10th year. Slant will showcase an eclectic mix of the best in emerging Asian American cinema. All genres are accepted. All genres, including narrative, experimental, film art/video art, documentary and animation. Filmmakers or film content should be Asian American or Asian Canadian. Entry fee.
Aurora Picture Show - Slant
1524 Sul Ross
Houston TX email@example.com
SHORT FICTION WRITING CONTEST - March 31, 2010
Prizes totalling $485 (£300) can be won for short fiction in any genre in the spring 2010 round of the Writers' Village 'Best Writing' award. The top award is $242 (£150), with a $48 (£30) 2nd prize and $32 (£20) 3rd prize, plus ten runner-up prizes of $16 (£10). Winners will be awarded the title 'Winner, the Writers' Village Best Writing spring 2010 Award' and see their work showcased online. Any genre of prose fiction may be submitted, including a section of a novel. Entries are welcomed world-wide. Entry is $8 (£5) per item and multiple entries are permitted.
Details plus the winning 2009 entries can be found at:http://firstname.lastname@example.org
JURIED SCULPTURE EXHIBITION - February 26, 2010
Open to national and international artists (professional, emerging, and student). Open to works of all genres and media. Submit up to three pieces for a non-refundable entry fee of $15.
Contact for a prospectus or with questions:
2427 De Soto Av
Savannah GA 31401
NYC PORTFOLIO REVIEW - February 26, 2010
Project 5 is proud to announce our second group Portfolio Review in New York City. Project 5 is a unique collaboration between Amador Gallery, ClampArt, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, Foley Gallery and Sasha Wolf Gallery that has grown out of years of friendship and shared ambitions in the photography market. Entry fee.
Contact for details:
25th ANNIVERSARY STUDENT ART CONTEST - March 5, 2010
The Celadon Group, Inc. "Art for the Long Haul" 25th Anniversary Student Art Contest will provide cash and recognition to seven student winners, based on the creativity and talent exemplified in artwork they have entered. Seven category winners receive $500 each. From those seven a Best of Show winner will be chosen. The Best of Show winner will receive an additional award of $4,500, and his/her winning design will be featured on the side of one of Celadon's semi-trailers that travel across the continent. This is a one-time scholarship open to students throughout North America, regardless of major, GPA or university affiliation. It is open to college students who are enrolled either part- or full-time at the time of entry. Entry fee.
Business Media Group Inc
6002 Victory Way
Indianapolis In 46278
ANNUAL NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - March 1, 2010
PHOTOWORK '10 - 23rd Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition, April 17 - May 15, 2010. Juror: Nat Trotman, Associate Curator, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY. Cash awards/exhibition opportunities. Photography and photo/mixed media. Entry fee.
Send SASE for prospectus or web or phone:
Barrett Art Center
55 Noxon St
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
CALL FOR PANAMA SUMMER ART COLONY PROPOSALS - March 1, 2010
This is a two or three week summer residency program for emerging and professional visual artists that attracts a diverse and talented set of individuals to work independently on the continuation of their current projects or the realization of new small works. Art Colony participants have a documented commitment to their artistic practice and the ability to appreciate and grow in an atmosphere of independent, guerilla style creativity that applauds innovation and forward thinking. Entry fee.
For more information:
Taller Portobelo Nortehttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR MINIATURE ART - January 30, 2010
The Annual Spanish Moss Miniature Art Show is open to all artists 18 and older. Cash prizes, maximum size for art is 25 square inches, frame not to exceed 90 square inches, subject matter must be no larger than 1/6 of the real life subject. Entry fee.
For prospectus send SASE or email:
Alabama Miniature Art Society
Mobile Al firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - March 1, 2010
DAC invites artists or curators (individuals or groups) from all levels of experience to submit exhibition proposals for realization in its gallery space in 2011. The 3,000 sq. ft. space is located at 30 Washington Street in the landmarked post-industrial neighborhood of Dumbo, Brooklyn. Proposals must be original to DAC and may not have been realized in other venues. DAC emphasizes new ideas and is particularly interested in proposals, which harness the space’s potential, take an innovative, experimental approach to exhibition making and/or are site responsive. Proposed exhibitions can be solo, two-person, or group and are open to all visual arts media. Entry fee.
Details or questions:
Dumbo Arts Center
Brooklyn, New Yorkhttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR ANTI-HOMOPHOBIA THEMED MAIL ART - May 10, 2010
Call for Artists - Homophobia & Me - An installation and online exhibit that will be part of International Homophobia Day festivities on May 17, 2010, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
For details go to:
ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - May 26, 2010
The exhibition dates are Aug 7-29, 2010. This year's juror is Joe Amrhein, director of the Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. Open to artists residing in the U.S. Accepted Media includes contemporary 2D and 3D work in any media, including paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, original digital images, and photo processes produced in the last two years. Entries must arrive in the form of a CD and must be in Jpeg format. Entry fee.
See prospectus for details:
STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - July 1, 2010
2010 Markus Klinko & Indrani Student Photography Competition - The Bron Imaging Group bi-annual BIG ED photographic contest will be hosted by the power couple this spring. The theme of the contest is an intimate portrait of the girl or boy next door. The image could be a brief glimpse of an intimate moment, something that plays on the voyeuristic. Possibly the image could be something more Rockwellian centered around a boy scout troop or a combination of the two, remember it is M&I... The competition will run from February 1st to July 1st. Markus Klinko and Indrani will select the winners, along with a hand picked panel of stylists and magazine editors. No entry fee.
More information can be found at:http://www.bronimaging.com/kandi
STUDENTS GIVE WATER A VOICE COMPETITION - April 22, 2010
Students Give Water a Voice Competition: Open for Poster, Literary and Video submissions. THEME: Troubled Water in Your Community. Water around the world is in trouble! Every community’s essential water supply is threatened each day by a multitude of sources. Nature's Voice Our Choice (NVOC) invites students around the world to bring this problem to light for community members and lawmakers. Winners will be announced on our website and contacted directly on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2010. Winning submissions will be used in educational campaigns to increase awareness of the need for water conservation and preservation. Entry fee.
For questions contact:
WOMEN’S VOICES CHAPBOOK COMPETITION - February 15, 2010
A prize of $1,000 and publication for a chapbook-length poetry collection. Open to women who have never before published a full-length poetry collection. Previous chapbook publication does not disqualify. International entries are welcome. Multiple submissions are accepted. Leah Maines will final judge. All entries will be considered for publication. The top-ten finalists will be offered publication. Submit up to 26 pages of poetry, PLUS bio, acknowledgments, SASE and cover letter plus entry fee.
Finishing Line Press
Georgetown KY 40324http://finishinglinepress.com/submissionguidelines.htm
RESIDENCIES FOR CREATIVES OF ALL KINDS - January 31, 2010
Elsewhere Collaborative, a living museum and experimental production environment in downtown Greensboro, NC, is now accepting applications from artists, curators, writers, musicians, designers, gardeners, makers, builders, scholars, producers, and creatives across media for residencies in 2010. Elsewhere residencies invites experimental creators to join our collaborating community in utilizing this immense collection of at-hand objects, no longer for sale and now circulating internally, as material and/or inspiration for site-specific projects that become part of an endlessly transforming environment. Artists live and work within interactive installations that provide evolving frameworks for investigating collaborations, community structures, and creative processes. Residency fellowship funding for travel, room and board, are now available in exchange for hosting an educational workshop during the residency. Entry fee.
Read more and download a brochure at:
606 South Elm St
Greensboro NC 27406http://firstname.lastname@example.org
JURIED OPEN EXHIBITION - March 3, 2010
Visual Arts Alliance 27th Juried Open Exhibition. April 29 - May 28, 2010, Houston, Texas. Open to all US artists 18+, in all media except audio, video or performance. Juror: Keith Carter. $2,500 in cash and prizes. Fee: $35 for 1 to 3 works.
Prospectus via SASE or download or email:
Visual Arts Alliance
2807 Triway Ln
Houston TX 77043http://email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL FINE ART PAINTING COMPETITION - March 8, 2010
Cash & Awards Valued Over $10,000. Includes Artists Haven Gallery Representation Contract, Solo Exhibition, Internet Exposure, Website Hosting, Magazine Publicity, and additional Sponsorship Prizes. No Entry Limit. Entry fee.
Artists Haven Gallery
2757 East Oakland Park Blvd
Ft Lauderdale FL 33306
Monday, January 25, 2010
CALL FOR COMPUTER BASED ART - February 28, 2010
Artists and art groups are invited to present their projects, every two years. They can apply with projects that fully utilise digital technologies in their conceptual, creative and performing processes, thereby opening up opportunities for digital performance and their relationship to factors such as time, space, physical presence and social encounters. An international jury with representatives from well-established media culture institutions and experienced scientists with a background in media art history will decide about the winner of the CYNETART-award and the sponsorship award. It will also decide on the award of the artist-in-residence-grant funded by the Saxon Ministry of Science and the Fine Arts.
Further information and entry form:
NEW JERSEY ARTISTS' ROUNDTABLE - February 9, 2010
This year’s annual Artists’ Roundtable will highlight topics of interest to artists working in all disciplines. The three sixty-minute sessions will feature presentations on affordable healthcare for New Jersey artists presented by The Health Insurance Resource Center; legal services available to New Jersey Artists presented by NJ Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts; and submission process strategies presented by a panel of distinguished curators about selecting work for a variety of exhibitions. New Jersey artists working in any discipline are encouraged to attend. The event is FREE and registration is required. Each session is sixty minutes and will be repeated once.
To guarantee seating for the two sessions you wish to attend please RSVP to:
ARTISTS RESIDENCY - March 1, 2010
Located on the campus of the Woodside National Historic Register Site in Troy, NY. Two neo-gothic stone church buildings house our artist program and welcome artists from all over the U.S. and abroad. The CAC focuses on emerging contemporary artists and accepts applicants who offer quality in their art and encourages diversity of style, medium (2-D, 3-D, 4-D) and concepts. The residency program offers artists the time and support to create new work and fosters an environment that encourages creativity, experimentation, and collaboration. Fellowships and Financial Aid available. Entry fee.
Questions or further information:
Contemporary Artists Center
71 Mill St
Troy NY 12180http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR MINIATURE ART - April 12, 2010
now accepting entries for their 29th Annual Juried Miniatures Art Show to be held April 25 thru May 16, 2010. Entry fee.
For prospectus containing all information, rules, and entry form:
El Dorado Fine Arts Gallery
2627 W Colorado Av
Colorado Springs CO 80904
CALL FOR FACES THEMED ART - February 24, 2010
Open to all artists worldwide whose artwork is involved with the subject matter of faces of all kinds. Original two-dimensional and three-dimensional works including ceramics, sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, prints and mixed media in all creative processes and forms.
TAIWAN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ART PROJECT - February 12, 2010
Artists should have experience working with children and interest in environmental issues and be able to provide a link to a school or organization in their area. The Cheng Long Elementary School students will join with the artists to create outdoor environmental art installations. Awards include $2,176 for international artists, 19 days accommodation in Taiwan. No entry fee.
FRANCONIA SCULPTURE PARK CALL FOR ARTISTS - February 13, 2010
Now accepting sculpture/installation proposals for the year 2010. The center supports emerging sculptors and upholds the work of career sculptors. Sculpture, site-specific, multi-media, installation and/or existing sculptures are considered. Artists may be in residence at Franconia from 3 weeks to 3 months, whatever it takes to pull of an ambitious new project. Opportunities for financial assistance include up to 8 funded Franconia/Jerome or Franconia/NEA fellowships ranging from $3,000 to $5,000. In our 13-year history, we have supported the careers of more than 450 emerging and established, regional, national and international artists.
For submission details
Franconia Sculpture Park
29836 St Croix Trail
Franconia MN 55074
2nd ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - February 20, 2010
Submissions for this exhibition, "X by Y: Digital Art in 2010", should reflect how contemporary artists use digital technologies to explore art making today. Artists are invited to submit work in two-dimensional and video based media and encouraged to consider the myriad of aspects offered by using digital technologies in ways from abstraction to realism, from personal to political, and beyond.
For a prospectus, entry form, or more information:
University of NC
Pembroke NC 28372
CALL FOR GENDER THEMED ART - January 29, 2010
Now accepting submissions for Gendered, a juried exhibition featuring work that explores gender and identity. This exhibit is open to national and international artists (professional, emerging, and student). Open to works of all genres and media. Submit up to three pieces for a non-refundable entry fee of $15.
Prospectus or questions:
2427 De Soto Av
TELEVISION WRITING COMPETITION - April 15, 2010
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 Registry and the Writers Guild of Canada. Entry fee.
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - April 15, 2010
Open to all 18+, Print Exhibit of 30 Winning images at Morpho Gallery in Chicago, More than $8000 in Prizes. Five categories: People, Places, Still-life, Nature, Alteration of reality. Awards: Photographer of the Year, First Place in each category, 25 Awards of Excellence. Distinguished judges from photo industry: Mike Bilbrey, art buyer at Leo Burnett advertising agency, Bill Hurter, editor of AfterCapture and Rangefinder magazines, David Leigh, owner/curator of Morpho Gallery. Principal sponsors: Canvas on Demand, Corel, The Lab by Apollo and Central Camera. Entry fee.
Details and submission (online):http://chicagophotoforum.org
DESIGN/PHOTOGRAPHY/ILLUSTRATION ADVERTISING AWARDS - February 26, 2010
Each year, ADC bestows Design Firm of the Year, Advertising Agency of the Year, Network of the Year, Interactive Agency of the Year and School of the Year, based upon cumulative points for winning work that year. For the first time in the 89th Annual Awards, those top winners will also get free access to the spacious ADC Gallery in NYC for their own special event. Use our gallery walls to display agency client work, mount a show of personal artwork done by staff, or just have a party. Details to be determined upon winning! Entry fee.
The Awards Team
Sunday, January 24, 2010
24TH ROSEN OUTDOOR SCULPTURE COMPETITION - February 27, 2010
Ten new sculptures will be placed on the campus of Appalachian State University located in Boone, NC. The competition is open to sculptors who are over the age of 18 and currently residing in the US. Awards. Honoraria total $16,500 along with installation assistance, catalog and a residency program. The 24th Rosen Competition and the DBDA Public Art Program have joined in partnership with our to extend public art into the downtown area by awarding two additional artists the opportunity to place their work into our community. The Rosen is a part of An Appalachian Summer Festival - a multi-arts festival featuring music, dance, theatre and visual arts.
Visit web site for online prospectus and submission system, or send SASE to:
24th Rosen Program
Attn: Brook Bower
Boone NC 28608
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - February 23, 2010
The Contemporary Art Project invites all painters over the age of 18 worldwide to submit photogrpahs to this juried competition. The winner will receive an on-line exhibition on our website for one year, as well as a $250.00 cash prize. The work must be an original photograph taken by the person making the submission. Entry fee.
ABSTRACT PAINTING COMPETITION - February 23, 2010
The Contemporary Art Project invites all painters over the age of 18 worldwide to submit abstract paintings in any medium (except digital) and any support to this juried competition. The winner will receive an on-line exhibition on our website for one year, as well as a $250 cash prize. The work must be an original work painted by the artist making the submission. Entry fee.
POETRY BOOK AWARD - February 15, 2010
Blue Light Press is dedicated to the publication of poetry that is imagistic, inventive, emotionally honest, and pushes the language to a deeper level of insight. We are a collective of poets, and our books are artistically designed. Entry fee.
Blue Light Press
1563 45th Av
San Francisco CA 94122Bluelightpress@aol.com
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA ART COMPETITION - April 15, 2010
Gallery 28 is pleased to announce its First Annual Competition open to artists residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Ten artists will be selected to participate in a month long group exhibition at Gallery 28 in July 2010. Gallery 28 is located in the North Beach section of San Francisco. The gallery exhibits the work of Bay Area artists who work in diverse media and styles. Entry fee.
1228 Grant Av
San Francisco CA 94133
POTTERY CENTER ARTIST RESIDENCY - March 1, 2010
Located 1.5 hours from Des Moines, Omaha, and 2.5 hours from Kansas City, CCFA offers the best of artist support, rural inspiration and strategic Midwest location all in one. Residencies at the art center for up to 12 months, and they have a brand new pottery facility that has yet to be broken in. CCFA currently has 2 openings for artists. Each residency includes a huge apartment, studio space in the art center and full use of the studio facilities 24 / 7. The cost is $185.00 a month and includes everything except food. Currently there is also a 2-year grant to support artists teaching classes to youth in the community that can offset the costs of the residency for artists who are interested in teaching.
For more information visit:
Corning Center for the Fine Arts
Saturday, January 23, 2010
12TH ANNUAL FACES JURIED ONLINE EXHIBITION - February 28, 2010
Open to all artists worldwide whose artwork is involved with the subject matter of faces of all kinds. Original two-dimensional and three-dimensional works including ceramics, sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, prints and mixed media in all creative processes and forms. Exhibition: March 1, 2010 through February 28, 2011. Entry fee.
For application download at:http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com/schedule/default.asp
CALL FOR PAINTERS - February 21, 2010
Muse Art and Design issues call for artists in Portland, OR for 2nd annual fundraising art event "An Artist a Day" in April. Thirty artists will be chosen to each create a piece of art to be auctioned. Artists receive fifty percent of the sale for their artwork, with remaining funds supporting Schoolhouse Supplies, a free store where art teachers can obtain classroom materials at no cost. No entry fee.
CALL FOR WOMEN ARTISTS - September 15, 2010
Will soon jury for Spring Membership in the Professional & Student categories. Associate Memberships accepted all year - download or SASE. Entry fee.
Download applications or send a large SASE with $.80 postage:
The National Association of Women Artist Inc
80 Fifth Av Suite 1405
New York NY 10011http://www.nawanet.org
Friday, January 22, 2010
ILLUSTRATOR WANTED - March 1, 2010
Wanted: Illustrator for highest quality graphic novel. Great potential for the qualified. Please note that I have exacting standards. Deadline ASAP.
INTERNATIONAL LITERARY CONTEST - February 1, 2010
Salem College International Literary Awards Prizes in Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry. $1,200 First Prize in each category; $15 entry fee.
For full contest requirements:http://www.salem.edu/go/cww
NATIONAL HISPANIC EXPERIENCE THEMED PLAYWRITING COMPETITION - June 1, 2010
Repertorio Español is looking for unproduced full length stage plays in English or Spanish that are relevant and unique to the Hispanic experience in the United States. Winning Play will be produced at Repertorio Español. Top Five will receive cash awards. Finalists will receive a staged reading at Repertorio.
For guidelines and application:
PROFESSIONAL DANCER/CHOREOGRAPHER AUDITIONS - May 16, 2010
FUNDING THE ARTS, Felice Lesser's spy spoof about the lack of funding for the arts in the U.S. will be premiered for the company's 35th Anniversary Season at the Howard Gilman Theater of the Baryshnikov Arts Center, May 12-16, 2010. FLDT wants to cast some of the roles (and all the pre-recorded "cameos") with known choreographers, dancers, and former dancers to draw attention to the issue of arts funding for us all. Especially needed are one male and one female ballet dancer (with MAJOR COMPANY backgrounds) for the two Principal Roles. Other cast members should have ballet and/or modern backgrounds (pointe work required for a few of the roles) and be able to both dance (or move well) and act. (Dialogue will be pre-recorded, so memorizing lines will not be necessary.) Cast members will also double in small movement-based roles (soldiers, spies, etc.)
Felice Lesser Dance Theater
484 West 43rd St #9T
New York NY 10036http://www.fldt.org
BOSTON'S PINE STREE INN SEEKS ART TEACHERS - March 1, 2010
Pine Street Inn is looking for artists to participate in a program designed to introduce the arts to their guests and tenants. Pine Street Inn has been offered a grant to conduct a series of visual arts workshops for guests in the emergency, transitional, and permanent housing programs in the greater Boston area. Artists will be paid a stipend and all program materials will be provided. We are looking for artists that will be able to commit approximately 3-4 hours each week to this program over a three month period. All classes will occur in the 2010 calendar year. Artists will be selected through an application process to ensure their commitment for the entire length of the three month project and also to garner a range of visual art disciplines.
Art Program Coordinator
Pine Street Inn
444 Harrison Av
Boston MA 02118
AMATERAS ANNUAL PAPER ART EXHIBITION - March 31, 2010
The Art Studio AMATERAS in Sofia, Bulgaria, in partnership with CARTASIA, Italy, has the pleasure to launch series of international paper art events, first in Bulgaria and Italy, and afterwards in other countries. After its successful first edition, showing 150 paper art works from 17 countries, the Art Studio AMATERAS has pleasure to announce this year's exhibition/competition for paper art in 2D and 3D, created by artists from all over the world without restrictions of techniques, styles or materials. This exhibition is for small paper works (2D - no larger than A4 size and 3D no bigger than 15/15/20cm) and will be held from June 4 - July 4, 2010 at Art Alley Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria. An international jury of selection will award cash prizes for AMATERAS - Best of Show Award, Young Artist Award, Innovation Award and Bulgarian Artist Award. Entry fee.
ANNUAL NATIONAL ART EXHIBITION - April 17, 2010
Original 2D and 3D artwork in any traditional medium, including fiber, ceramics, metal, and glass from the past three years. No Giclees or videos. Juror: Adam Justice, Curator of Art at the Polk Museum of Art in Lakeland, FL. Cash awards. Entry fee.
For prospectus and application e-mail, web or send SASE to:
Katharine Butler Gallery
1943 Morrill St
Sarasota FL 34236
SLOAN FILMMAKING GRANT - February 1, 2010
Taking place during the Los Angeles Film Festival, Fast Track is a selective film financing market that connects filmmakers with financiers, production companies, and other high-level industry professionals. The program is open to established as well as up-and-coming filmmakers with exceptional projects still seeking funding. The program helps filmmakers move forward with their current narrative and documentary projects, and it connects them with industry professionals who can provide advice and assistance in getting those films made. A $10,000 production grant will be awarded to a Fast Track participant.
Director of Talent Development
9911 West Pico Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90035
CALL FOR MARITAL OR FAMILIAL DISCORD THEMED ART - March 1, 2010
The Museum of Marital and Familial Discord, an online, continuing exhibition of art that commemorates a memorable household argument or dispute, is seeking submissions. The museum is particularly interested in work that combines text and image to tell a story but welcomes musical compositions, video, prose, and poetry as well. Submissions should be sent as digital files no larger than 5 MB to: email@example.com. Because the show is an ongoing one, there is no specific deadline. No entry fee.
To learn more about MuMaFaDi, please see contact info below.
23rd ANNUAL NORTHERN NATIONAL ART COMPETITION - May 15, 2010
Open to all artists 18 or older who are US residents. Each artist may submit one or two slides or jpgs of recent, original 2D (wall-hang-able) work in ANY medium including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, fiber, mixed media and work that has some sculptural elements. Over $8,500 in prize money will be awarded to the artists including three $1,000 Awards of Excellence. This year's judge/juror is Larry McNeil. Opening Reception, buffet dinner and judges commentary: 7/27/10 at 5:00 Exhibit runs through September 10, 2010. Entry fee.
For more information or for a prospectus:
Nicolet College Art Gallery Director
CALL FOR 10 x 10 SMALL WORKS - February 5, 2010
10 x 10 is an exhibition of small works at Gallery 217 at Nova Southeastern University hosted by the Division of Performing and Visual Arts. Open to all 2D and 3D media that is ten inches or less in all dimensions including framing. Artwork must be original, made in the last 2 years and ready to hang. Artists must be over 18 years old and reside in the USA. There is an entry fee is $10 per work and participants may enter up to 5 works. All work that is sent and that follows the exhibition guidelines will be displayed. Awards include First Place $125, Second Place $75 and Third place $50.
For more information and exhibition application:
CALL FOR HORSE THEMED ART - March 15, 2010
Seeking entries for Equine Art Show in painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media and photography. Pro and Amateur divisions. Two-week gallery show, sales encouraged. Entry fee $25 for 3 pieces. $100 BiS, ribbons to 3rd place.
CALL FOR ARTS FESTIVAL ENTRIES - April 2, 2010
Call to Artists: The 28th Annual Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts is seeking entries for its visual arts show, June 4-6, 2010 in Joseph Oregon. Cash awards in excess of $4,500. Special $500 "Best of Medium" prize for photography. Most mediums accepted; no film, performance or installation.
Entry forms available by mail at:
Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts
Joseph OR 97846
CALL FOR WORKS ON PAPER - February 6, 2010
Artists nationwide are invited to submit work for the Works on Paper Exhibition, March 13 to April 9, 2010. Juror is a panel of LBA's Board of Directors actively involved in creating works on paper. Cash Awards. Entry fee.
Long Beach Arts
5372 Long Beach Blvd
Long Beach CA 90805http://firstname.lastname@example.org
ANNUAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION - May 1, 2010
Seeking entries for its 16th Annual Juried Art Exhibition to be held from June 1 to July 17, 2010 in Apex, NC. Show awards total over $2500. Entry fee.
Full details and a printable prospectus:
INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL ILLUSTRATION EXHIBITION - March 15, 2010
The 3x3 ProShow is the only truly international competition for illustration. No other show is as completely international as ours. While many shows showcase the work of their own country's illustrators, 3x3 features the best work from all over the world. Entry fee.
Production Assistant & Show Coordinator
3x3 The Magazine of Contemporary Illustration
244 Fifth Av Suite F269
New York NY 10001
Thursday, January 21, 2010
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH ART EXHIBITION - February 23, 2010
We are looking for images of women, by women photographers from the metro NY/NJ area, in professions that were break-throughs for their time: the sciences, mathematics, engineering, arts, and environment. The challenge is celebrating professional WOMEN re-visioned through the eye of the photographer. All accepted work must be framed and prepared for suspension hanging. Work should be no smaller than 4 inches by 6 inches and no larger than 36 inches in width (including frame). Drop off of accepted work: February 22 & 23, 2010 before 5 pm. Entry fee.
Women's History Month
The Brennan Gallery
Justice Brennan Court House
583 Newark Av
Jersey City NJ 07306
ROCKY NECK ART COLONY RESIDENCIES - March 15, 2010
Now accepting applications for the 2010 visual artists' residency program. Three 4 week residencies are offered between May and October. Entry fee.
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER-BASED ART COMPETITION - February 28, 2010
TMA Hellerau hosts this international competition of CYNETART, inviting artists and art groups to present their projects, every two years. They can apply with projects that fully utilise digital technologies in their conceptual, creative and performing processes, thereby opening up opportunities for digital performance and their relationship to factors such as time, space, physical presence and social encounters. An international jury with representatives from well-established media culture institutions and experienced scientists with a background in media art history will decide about the winner of the CYNETART-award and the sponsorship award. It will also decide on the award of the artist-in-residence-grant funded by the Saxon Ministry of Science and the Fine Arts. Entry fee.
Further information/ Entry Form:http://t-m-a.de/cynetart/wettbewerb?lang=en
RECESSION ART EXHIBITION - January 25, 2010
During the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) was the most expansive New Deal agency, putting millions of Americans to work on public projects. A branch of the WPA called the Federal Art Project supported artists by commissioning them to make public art. In the absence of an official WPA or Federal Art Project in today’s Great Recession, how are you putting yourself to work as an artist? The exhibition is open to all artists, and we welcome submissions in all media. We especially encourage the young and unemployed to submit. Selections will be conducted by the Recession Art Jury. Works Progress: A Recession Art Show will be held in April 2010 at The Invisible Dog in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Past Recession Artists have gone on to have group shows in Germany, residencies in Brooklyn, and features on NPR. Entry fee.
How to Submit:http://recessionartshows.com/submit
QUARTERLY PUBLICATION CALL FOR ART - January 30, 2010
All art directors, graphic designers, illustrators, photographers and fine artists. Separate categories will be judged for professionals and students. Work must have been completed during the last six months. Graphic Design - advertising design, books, branding, brochures, editorial, environmental, identity, packaging, posters and web; Photography - both fine art and commercial; Illustration - print and animation; Fine Art - painting, drawing, printmaking, multi-media, pottery, sculpture. We award best of show, gold, silver, bronze and merit awards in each category based on the judge's scoring. And if you're a winner, great exposure in the next issue of Creative Quarterly due out in April 2010 distributed in the US, Canada and Europe. And in our online gallery. Runner-up winners will be shown online in our gallery. Entry fee.
Creative Quarterly 19
631 Vanderbilt St 2nd FLR
Brooklyn NY 11218
COLLEGE GALLERY NATIONAL CALL FOR ART - May 1, 2010
A variety of exhibition opportunities are available and we invite you to submit an exhibition proposal for our 2011-2013 season. We are committed to exhibitions that will expand the community's appreciation of contemporary art and address the interests of a diverse audience. We exhibit artwork from both recognized and emerging regional and national artists. Exhibitions are open to all artists and curators 18 years and older. Eligible disciplines include painting, drawing, printmaking, book-arts, photography, mixed media, new genre, sculpture and installation. Entry fee.
For submission guidelines and prospectus:
M Jennifer Chandler
RDP - Arts and Letters Program
220 Grove Av
Prescott AZ 86301
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST - March 25, 2010
International Talent Support is a platform to give visibility and support to young creativity. ITS#PHOTO, the photography competition of ITS, has become a renowned and important international contest. The winner gets 10,000 Euros, a photo shoot with a renowned photographer (Ari Marcopoulos and Sarah Moon were the last two) and a dedicated article on GQ Magazine with a special event in Milan. Other prizes are a scholarship for a one-year course at SVA in NY, two paid ADV campaign jobs for PITTI Immagine Italy and more. Students, emerging photographers, freelances and professionals from all over the world are invited to produce a series of 10 to 15 images. 10 finalists will be selected in April 2010 to fly to Trieste, Italy in July for the finals. NO entry fee.
For submission information:http://www.itsweb.org/jsp/en/photography/index.jsp
CALL FOR "NIGHT" THEMED KIDS SUMMER READING PROGRAM ART - March 12, 2010
It is now time to solicit suggestions of artist’s to design 2012’s children’s summer reading theme of "night". As one collective state, we will be allowed to submit the top 5 artists suggested by Oregon Librarians for the children's summer reading program. So put on your thinking caps and imagine what artwork you would really like to see on the bright and colorful banners, bookmarks, & incentives for 2012's Summer Reading Program!
2010 Summer Reading Chair
Youth Services Librarian
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
ROME ART RESIDENCY - February 20, 2010
The Rome Art Program is designed to inspire artists to expand their vision through painting and drawing on the streets of Rome and Florence, and in the countryside of Umbria. Entry fee.
Rome Art Program Inc
305 West Broadway Suite 124
New York NY 10013
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS IN THE VISUAL ARTS - February 1, 2010
Each summer, Anderson Ranch Arts Center provides a variety of internship opportunities in conjunction with the summer workshops. Interns have the opportunity to uncover, develop and stretch their creative spirits in the visual arts. Interns assist with summer workshops and events. It is an incredible opportunity to work with and meet artists and gifted instructors in a supportive artistic community. It takes the effort and teamwork of talented interns in artistic, administrative and other departments to provide the high quality learning experience for which the Ranch is known.
CALL FOR MULTIMEDIA ART FESTIVAL ENTRIES - March 1, 2010
SMart Multimedia Art Festival April 12-16, 2010. Now accepting applications. Please send an application form, a brief biography, resume, artist statement and sample of work with title and year. Entry fee.
SMart Festival 2010
Open Concept Gallery
50 Louis St NW
Grand Rapids MI 49503http://email@example.com
CALL FOR COLLEGE STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY - April 30, 2010
EMERGING VISIONS 2010. Show Dates: May 14 – June 18, 2010. Open only to students currently enrolled full-time in a college-level curriculum, Emerging Visions is sponsored by the Atlanta Photography Group and jurored by Liz Spungen, Executive Director of The Print Center in Philadelphia. The show seeks to identify student photographers who have the potential to develop into cutting-edge, leading photographers of tomorrow. There are no restrictions on theme or subject matter. Chosen work will be on view in a month-long exhibition in APG's stunning and acclaimed gallery space in Atlanta. Entry fee.
For more information and online registration go to:http://apgphoto.org/gallery/2010/student_show/emerging_visions.shtml
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
ASIAN HERITAGE POSTER CONTEST - February 12, 2010
Annual poster competition for the 6th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration to be held on Saturday May 15, 2010, in front of the Asian Art Museum, leading up to the Little Saigon District. Organizers are looking for innovative artists to create an exciting and unique image. The winning artwork will become part of the personality for this year's event and will be featured in posters, postcards, Muni bus ads, BART banners, bus shelters, newspaper ads and in a TV commercial. The Asian Heritage Street Celebration gathers the diversity of the Asian American populations of San Francisco and promotes cross-cultural interaction through creation of innovative programs and entertaining activities for visitors and participants. The winner will also earn a $500 grand prize and citywide exposure.
Send AHSC Poster Entries to:http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR COSTUME THEMED ART - March 1, 2010
Alternate Selves is an exhibition that explores the transformative power of costume. Through theater, annual holiday celebrations (such as Halloween and Mardi Gras), and even contemporary drag shows, costumes have allowed the wearer to reveal a new identity or at times hide from their own. Artists creating wearable items or those using costume, disguise, masks, etc. as primary thematic elements in their work may apply. Artists are encouraged to creatively interpret the theme. 2-D, 3-D, and time-based entries will be considered. Artists must be at least 18 years old to enter and cannot submit work that has previously been displayed at LAL. No entry fee.
Lexington Art League
209 Castlewood Dr
Lexington KY 40505
ARCHITECTURE DESIGN COMPETITION - February 8, 2010
A competition to design and construct an architectural pavilion for the 2010 summer season on Governors Island, the City of Dreams Pavilion. The City of Dreams Pavilion will be a gathering place for people to meet, learn about the arts programs on the island, be able to enjoy a planned or impromptu performance or lecture, and experience the interaction of art and the historic context of Governors Island. Instead of a typical design competition, the City of Dreams Pavilion asks entrants to consider how they will construct this temporary structure in the most efficient and sustainable way possible. Entrants will consider the entire lifecycle of building materials in their submission, from pre-construction through disassembly. Entry fee.
Emerging New York Architects Committee
AIA New York Chapterhttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR "PERSONALITY" THEMED ART - February 15, 2010
CALADAN GALLERY presents a juried exhibition entitled "PERSONALITY". Wherever we go, we exude ourselves, our personal mantras, our individual personalities. The inner life registers on the face. Although we most often equate personality with human attributes, even a rock, a piece of plastic, a TV commercial, etc, can be said to harbor an innate form of persona. We are searching for a visual feast, your representation of personality and expression. We have been extremely fortunate to be creating an exciting, diverse, and active meeting place for artists. We are averaging over 50,000 viewers a month, and have provided a warm and positive virtual atmosphere since 2003. All mediums except video are eligible. $20/3 images.
For a prospectus write or call or click:
Cambridge MA 02139
CALL FOR ART ABOUT EMOTION - February 19, 2010
This is a juried exhibition examining themes relating to emotional work—artwork with elements of desire, passion, exciting creative energy and innovation. Open to artists over the age of 18 working in any media. The exhibition will be held in Austin, Texas (concluding Austin's SxSW Interactive) during the week of March 16th, 2010 with elements featured on the web. Proceeds from the event, sale of artworks, etc. will benefit the Entrepreneur's Foundation of Central Texas and an art-related organization yet to be determined. Entry fee.
CALL FOR PRAIRIE THEMED ART - April 23, 2010
Fourth annual Horizontal Grandeur exhibition Call for Submissions. This exhibition is inspired by Bill Holm's (1943-2009) essay of the same name. Open to all artists residing in states or provinces with a prairie & all pieces must have a prairie related theme. Recent painting, drawings, photographs, fiber, hand-pulled prints, fired clay or sculpture will be accepted for the jury. 2-D pieces must be ready to hang, including wires. 2-D pieces must not exceed 240 inches, frame included. Sculptures must not weigh more than 100 pounds or exceed 4 feet in either direction. The entry fee is $5.00 for each piece to be juried. Sales will be handled through the SCHS gift shop. A 30% commission will be collected for all pieces sold as a result of the exhibit.
Monday, January 18, 2010
MUSEUM CALL FOR PORTFOLIOS TO REVIEW - February 1, 2010
The Casa Grande Art Museum is reviewing portfolios from Arizona artists for the 2010/2011 exhibition season. Send cover letter, CV, Artist Statement, digital images on CD (less than 1MB each) with no more than 10 images (image list including name, medium, size and price) and SASE. Written notification will be sent to artist, upon review of portfolio by the Artist Review Committee.
Casa Grande Art Museum
Artist Review Committee
Casa Grande AZ 85230-1543http://www.casagrandeartmuseum.org
CALL FOR FILM & VIDEO SUBMISSIONS - February 1, 2010
The 2010 Talking Pictures Festival invites independent filmmakers to submit their films and videos to its second annual festival competition. Cash awards for winning entries. We seek films that are thought-provoking, intriguing, entertaining, vibrant, authentic, artful and informative. From dramatic films to hard-hitting documentaries, comedic shorts, experimental films, or music videos, we invite independent filmmakers to send us their work for consideration. All genres, styles and lengths welcome. Festival takes place in May 2010 in Evanston, IL and attracts filmgoers from the entire Chicago metro-area. Entry fee.
2010 Talking Pictures Festivalhttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, January 17, 2010
IDEAL HORSE PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST - February 15, 2010
All professional and amateur photographers who seek to capture the ideal image of the horse are invited to enter the 2010 Online Photography Contest sponsored by the Equine Photographers' Network. As the contest sponsor, the Equine Photographers' Network will be awarding ribbons to first to sixth places and prizes to the top three placing photos in each of the seven categories and a Best of Show award in both the Professional and Amateur divisions. This contest will also feature two People's Choice Awards, a very popular feature from previous contests where the public is invited to cast their vote for their favorite photo from the professional and amateur divisions. Entry fee.
Rules and entry form:
Equine Photographers' Networkhttp://email@example.com
SUMMER ART INTERNSHIP - March 1, 2010
Three internship positions available for students or recent graduates interested in gaining experience in all aspects of arts center management, arts education, and visual and performing arts. Along with housing, Interns are given a weekly stipend of $100. College credits may also be arranged.
Mail cover letter and resume to:
Arts Center/Old Forge
Old Forge NY 13420http://www.ArtsCenterOldForge.orginfo@ArtsCenterOldForge.org
CALL FOR BIRD THEMED ART BY WOMEN - February 10, 2010
Exhibition Dates: May 7 - June 30, 2010 - Invitation to women artists to submit artwork that applauds, challenges or transcends the bird illustrations of John James Audubon. All styles and media will be considered for this juried exhibition. Artwork may not exceed 72" horizontally, frame included. Juror: Karen Bondarchuk. Submit jpgs of up to three of your works on our website or mail cd with completed entry form and a $30 entry fee.
Woman Made Gallery
685 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago IL 60642http://www.womanmade.org/entryform.html
Saturday, January 16, 2010
"FAMILY STORIES" THEMED SHORT STORY CONTEST - February 23, 2010
Prizes on the line include $1.800,00 in prize money for writers, "fame!" and Amazon vouchers (each worth $20) for voting readers. Prizes for authors: First Prize: $1000; Second Prize: $500; Third Prize: $300. The 10 best-rated stories will be given to an independent jury consisting of the Georgia Writers Association & BookRix. Entry fee.
For more information:http://www.bookrix.com/contest.html?contestID=BX_1261137553
CALL FOR POETRY ABOUT LIFE - March 1, 2010
We are looking for raw, edgy, soulful poetry about life! No hearts and flowers please... tell it like it is. Living life, the meaning of life, and your personal truths. Open to poets 18 years and older. Here's your opportunity to get published! Publications are available to galleries, at our promotional events, and at Amazon.com. Entry fee.
Easy online entry at:http://new-art-review.com/poetry.html
CALL FOR EAST BAY (CA) OPEN STUDIOS ENTRIES - February 20, 2010
East Bay Open Studios (EBOS) is the largest art event in the California East Bay drawing over 50,000 visitors during the first two weekends in June. EBOS includes a Preview Exhibition at Pro Arts gallery, a benefit Gala, artist workshops, online gallery and maps, networking events for artists and the Directory of East Bay Arts. Open Studios runs Saturday - Sunday, June 5 & 6 and 12 & 13, 11:00AM - 6:00PM. Artists with studio, home or exhibition space in Oakland/Alameda or Contra Costa Counties are encouraged to participate. Pro Arts membership and entry fee ($60 - $175) required.
Contact & application:
150 Frank H Ogawa Plaza
Oakland CA 94612
CALL FOR LEGENDS/HEROES/LEADERS THEMED ART - January 18, 2010
Exhibition curated by award winning painter Eric McRay. To celebrate Black History month and the 50th anniversary of the start of the sit-in demonstrations in North Carolina, THE LoDi PROJECT would like to see in our February 2010 exhibition titled "Legends, Heroes and Leaders" how artists are inspired by the courageous men and women who fought, and still are fighting, for Equal and Civil Rights for all Americans. Artists who apply can address this theme by using a variety of media and multiple techniques, such as video, photography, digital design, graffiti, calligraphy, and painting. Entry feel
To apply or for more information:http://thelodiproject.com/prospectus_.html
Friday, January 15, 2010
CALL FOR FEATURE FILMS (VARIOUS CATEGORIES) - May 20, 2010
We accept features (40+ minutes) and shorts (40- minutes) in the following categories: Narrative, Documentary, Animation, Work in Progress, Experimental, Other Prizes. Accepted filmmakers will receive a full pass to the festival. Non-cash awards will be made for all "best" categories (e.g., short, full-length, documentary, animation, in show). Entry fee.
Film Festival 2010
Chico CA 95928http://www.1078gallery.org/filmfestival.html
CALL FOR SHORT AND FEATURE LENGTH FILMS - June 16, 2010
ACEFEST has quickly become one of the most anticipated film festivals on the industry calendar and this is YOUR chance to be part of the excitement! The 2010 event is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever with 8 full days of screenings, panels, workshops & parties in the media capital of the world, New York City. ACEFEST is now accepting short and feature-length films of all genres so be sure to submit your work today for the opportunity of a lifetime! Entry fee:
Submit now to:http://www.acefest.com/submit
ARTIST REPRESENTATION ONLINE - January 31, 2010
If you'd like to be considered for a year of representation on the Lawton Studios website - we have listed our site requirements and additional information in the link above. Please send an 8-10 piece portfolio (on CD or slides) that has a consistent sense of your work. Additional information may be (but not limited to) a current resume, biography, and additional statements that correspond with your work. Submission is FREE and there are no fees for Studio Artist representation.
For further information:http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR OUTDOOR SCULPTURE - February 28, 2010
The Gardens At SIUE seeks artworks to be installed at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville in honor of the 40th Earth Day. Works should be tied to Earth Day through the use of earth-aware themes, site-sensitive design, sustainable methods and materials, horticulture/arboriculture, or other Earth-oriented approaches to art. Works may biodegrade naturally or be installed for an artist-specified period of time ranging from a month to a year. Both existing works and site-specific proposals are welcome, and artists are strongly encouraged to visit the Gardens to explore its environment for inspiration and possible sites. $50 honorarium, and $500 in prizes. No entry fee.
The Gardens at SIUE
Department of Biological Sciences
Southern Illinois University
Edwardsville IL email@example.com
Thursday, January 14, 2010
CALL FOR SCULPTURE - April 15, 2010
Soliciting on-loan (for sale) sculptures for one year outdoor Chula Vista Centennial Celebration Sculpture Garden, beginning October 2010 ending September 2011. No entry fee.
For more information contact:
Dr. Mary McDermott
Cultural Arts Commission
Chula Vista, California
POST OFFICE POSTMARK DRAWING CONTEST - March 15, 2010
The contest is open to all adults, teens and children The Post Office will not approve a postmark that promotes ideals, policies, programs, products, campaigns, or candidates of religious, anti-religious, commercial, political, fraternal, trade, labor, public interest, or special interest organizations. Postmarks featuring the name and/or image of any individual must be authorized in writing by appropriate families and estates. These same restrictions apply to copyrighted or trademarked names and images. Prize to be $100. Presented at the opening of the event.
City of North Plains
Attn: Centennial Pictorial Postmark Contest
331360 NW Commercial St
North Plains OR 97133
ARTS OF INDIA FELLOWSHIPS - July 1, 2010
The American Institute of Indian Studies welcomes applications for its performing and creative arts fellowships from accomplished practitioners of the arts of India. Fellowships support up to nine months of research and/or study in India. Applications can be downloaded from the website. Entry fee.
American Institute of Indian Studies
1130 E 59th St
Chicago IL 60637
CALL FOR ART/STORIES/POETRY ABOUT ANGELS - June 30, 2010
Open to Artist and writers worldwide in several mediums of art and literature. There are six categories of art; Painting, Computer Graphic Art, Sculpting, Drawing, Mixed Media and Photography. There are three categories of literature; Fictional Short Stories, Non-Fictional Short Stories and Poetry. All entries MUST have an ANGEL theme. Religion will not play a part in any of the judging. The winning entries and artist's / writer's profiles will be published in our premier magazine and online. Artists and Writers retain copyrights and artwork! First Prize - (US) $500 in each category; Second Prize - (US) $250 in each category; Third Prize - (US) $125 in each category; Honorable Mention - Publication. Entry fee.
CALL FOR PHOTOCOPIED ART - February 22, 2010
For Cheap's Sake: Photocopied is a call for photocopy art, artwork in which the final product is a photocopy. Photocopies must be anonymous, and UNFRAMED. Subject matter and size are open-ended, though tasteless, explicit, and/or offensive subject matter will be given little to no consideration. No bio/resume or submission of images required for For Cheap's Sake: Photocopied. The gallery reserves the right to limit the number of participants included in this exhibit. No photocopies will be returned. Entry fee.
Please send photocopy art to the following address:
410 Abbot Rd
East Lansing MI firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR POCKET-SIZED ART - February 22, 2010
The Pocket-sized exhibit is open to any media. We are primarily looking for 2D work that belongs on the wall, but 3D work will also be considered. Subject matter is open-ended. The only stipulation for 2D work is that the piece fit in a 6"x9" mailer/envelope; for 3D work that it roughly fit in the palm of your hand. Entry fee.
For Pocket-sized, please send images and bio/resume for consideration to:email@example.com
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
INTERNATIONAL MAIL ART EXHIBIT OF RIVERS & BRIDGES - March 25, 2010
Term applies to art sent through the Post Office rather than displayed or sold through conventional commercial galleries. It may consist of a variety of media including postcards, books, images made on photocopying machines or with rubber stamps, postage stamps designed by artists, concrete poetry and other art forms generally considered marginal. John Held Jr. The Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner, Macmillan Publishers Limited 1996. Art will not be returned. No entry fee.
You can become a mail artist by sending a piece of your own creativity through the snail mail to:
Rivers & Bridges
Laredo Community College
West End Washington St
Laredo TX 78040
SPOTLIGHT ON ART & FAITH JURIED EXHIBITION - April 1, 2010
Visual Overture Magazine introduces emerging artists to galleries, curators, and collectors. We are accepting submissions for a special section of the magazine called "Spotlight on Art + Faith" to be included in the Summer 2010 issue. International emerging artists of any field are invited to apply. One emerging artist whose work is positively influenced by their faith will be selected for a one page feature article. This is an excellent opportunity for under-represented artists to connect with galleries, curators, and collectors! Accepted Genres include Sculpture, Metals, Textiles, Photography, Mixed media, Painting, Drawing, Video art, Digital art, Printmaking, and Installations. Materials to Submit: 3-6 images of work, 500 word essay describing how your work is positively influenced by your faith. Entry fee.
CALL FOR MIXED MEDIA ART - February 12, 2010
CALL FOR ENTRIES - Media Mix February 12, 2010. Exhibition dates - March 19-May 2, 2010. Juror Gretchen Keyworth, Fuller Craft Museum Curator Emeritus. $1200 in cash prizes. Open to all artists. Entry fee $25/3, $35/4, $45/5.
South Shore Art Center
119 Ripley Road
Cohasset MA 02025http://www.ssac.org
ERMERGING NYC ARTISTS FELLOWSHIP - March 1, 2010
40K in Support! The fellowship will support 9 individual artists in New York City (ages 22-38) working in visual arts, music, and performing arts who want to develop a new project with a Jewish focus, theme, or element. We'll provide up to a total of $40,000 as well as professional workshops, Jewish learning, and support to develop new projects exploring Jewish ideas and concepts. The 2-year fellowship will provide a Stipend of up to $20,000 over two years, a Project Grant of up to $20,000 over two years, and retreats, monthly workshops, coaching, and mentorship. The Letter of Intent (LOI) is due March 1, 2010, and the fellowship cycle begins in October 2010. Six Points is a unique collaboration of Avoda Arts, Foundation for Jewish Culture, and JDub Records, and we are pleased to continue the program with significant support from UJA-Federation of New York.
To learn more and apply for the Fellowship:
Six Points Fellowshiphttp://www.sixpointsfellowship.org
INTERNATIONAL SCREENPLAY COMPETITION - April 15, 2010
Why should you submit your script to Scriptapalooza? Grand Prize: $10,000; All the reading is done by 90 production companies; Entertainment Weekly Magazine calls us 'One of the Best'; We promote the winners, runners-up, finalists and semifinalists for a full year; We are considered one of the best screenplay competitions by agents, managers and producers; Supported by the Writers Guild of America west Registry; Supported by the Writers Guild of Canada. Entry fee.
Questions or Comments:
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
CLIFFE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM - March 1, 2010
2010 Byrdcliffe Arts Colony Artist in Residence Program: Offers visual artists, writers, and composers one-month residencies from June-September in the Catskill Mountains, Woodstock, NY, USA. FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR PAINTERS AND PLAYWRIGHTS! Pollock-Krasner: $1,100 plus free tuition for five artists. The Milton and Sally Avery Fellowship: $700 plus free tuition for an artist. The Bernard and Shirley Handel Playwright Fellowship: $500 stipend that includes tuition. The cost per 4 week session: $300. Application fee.
For more details and an application:
ANNUAL PORTFOLIO EXHIBITION - April 10, 2010
This is a call to artists for their themed juried exhibit hanging from May 2 to June 26, 2010. The theme for this exhibit is open. The purpose of the exhibit is to feature a portfolio of 5 images that represents a single subject or unifying theme. The minimum number of entries is 5, the maximum 10. Only 5 images will be selected to hang in each portfolio unit, however, there is no limit to the number of portfolios that can be entered. Awards. Entry fee.
Prospectus available at:
Southeast Gallery of Photographic Art
Vero Beach, Florida
FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION - January 30, 2010
Announcing a call to artists for their themed juried exhibit hanging from March 2 to April 27, 2010. "High Dynamic Range" is what photographers have been striving to capture and present since the early days when large black and white negatives were hand-altered, layered, and then printed. Current technologies allow digital image combining and tone mapping to produce spectacular pictures that range from photo-realism to those that stretch illusion and reality. Awards. Entry fee.
Prospectus available at:
Southeast Gallery of Photographic Art
Vero Beach, Florida
ARTIST & WRITERS RESIDENCY PROGRAM - September 1, 2010
2- to 8-week residencies year-round for writers, visual artists, and music composers. Housing, studio space, $100/week stipend are provided. Approximately 50 residencies are awarded per year. Two deadlines each year: postmarked March 1 for the following July through December 15; postmarked September 1 for the following January through June 15. Application fee.
See website for complete information, guidelines and application:
The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
801 3rd Corso
Nebraska City NE 68410
CALL FOR GENDER EQUALITY THEMED ART - January 29, 2010
The fallacy of gender equality can be seen specifically in the rhetoric that surrounds domestic violence and the common response to the male vs. female argument, in custody battles that are completely based on gender archetypes. The artists in this exhibition will challenge these inadequacies, working in Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Installation, Video, Performance and any media welcome. This exhibition will explore the breadth of contemporary art. This exhibition is open to all artists in the United States, 18 years of age or older. Entries must be original work completed within the last 3 years. Entry fee.
Mattress Factory Lofts
300 Martin Luther King Jr #118
Monday, January 11, 2010
COLLEGE GALLERY CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - May 14, 2010
All media are acceptable. Proposals must be supported by digital files. Open to all artists 18 years of age or older. All entries must be original and have been executed within the last two years. The artist will be responsible for all shipping costs to and from the Gallery. Digital Files Only Please. Files should be no larger than 640x480 and saved in the highest quality jpeg. An image list with titles, medium and sizes must accompany the files. Entry fee.
To enter send 20 digital files, image list, resume, artist's statement, fee and SASE (for return of materials) to:
Rogue Community College
3345 Redwood Highway
Grants Pass OR 97527
ARCHITECTURE PUBLICATION SEEKS SUBMISSIONS - February 1, 2010
Architype Review recognizes innovation in architectural typologies. Please submit your projects for this prestigious publication. Projects will be selected for this issue and upcoming issues to be published in our online review and future monograph. Health Care due Jan 25, 2010. Schools due Feb 1, 2010. Entry fee.
23591 El Toro Road Suite 270
Lake Forest CA 92630http://firstname.lastname@example.org
SEEKING DANCE PHOTOGRAPHER - June 1, 2010
Photographers of Dance wanted for Momentum: Images of Dance international photo competition. No entry fees; cash prizes for this not-for profit project.
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - May 31, 2010
The work will be juried by The Exhibition Committee and consultants in each medium. Please include return postage if you want you application returned. You may be offered a solo or group exhibition. Submissions must include the following: 1) Six to ten photographs which document current and past work and are clearly marked with the name of the artist, size of work and date completed; 2) A list indicating the title, size, medium, year of work and retail price expected; 3) An artist's statement outlining your proposal and the number and type of pieces available for exhibition; 4) A current curriculum vitae; 5) A self-addressed stamped envelope. Entry fee.
Exhibition proposals may be mailed or dropped off at:
The Old School House Arts Centre
122 Fern Road West
Qualicum Beach BC V9K 1T2
CALL FOR SHORT PLAYS AND VISUAL ART - January 29, 2010
Playwrights will be asked to write plays based on an Image. LiveWire is putting a call out to visual artists from around the world to submit their best image for consideration. Submissions are open to any style, form or content. Once we have received all visual art submissions, the LiveWire Collective along with invited members of the community will choose 10-12 pieces for the entire public to vote on. The Image with the most votes will guide all play submissions. No entry fee.
CALL FOR PRAIRIE PLEIN AIRE ART - May 27, 2010
Participating artists may check in at the Prairie Center for the Arts office to register between 8am - 6pm on Friday, May 21 or between 8am - 6pm Monday, May 24 through Wednesday, May 26. The painting or photography subject must be located in Schaumburg, IL and must be created after registration from May 21- May 27, 2010. Participating artists will be provided with a map of Schaumburg noting specific areas of scenic interest within the community; however, they are suggestions and not required locations. The size of the piece must not exceed 16 x 20. Cash prizes for the top 3 entries (pending enough artist participation). Entry fee.
For more information:
Special Events Coordinator
Village of Schaumburg
201 Schaumburg Ct
Schaumburg IL 60193