Monday, May 31, 2010
CALL FOR WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY - June 23, 2010
As today's wildlife faces unprecedented challenges, the wildlife photographer has the opportunity to act as chronicler as well as advocate. With extreme patience and dedication photographers have the ability to present images of such striking natural beauty that they have been able to influence lawmaking and future human behavior. Many have dedicated their lives to this. From insects to big game, from songbirds to salamanders, we are looking for your photographs, taken anywhere in the world, of wildlife in their habitat.
CALL FOR BEST OF 2010 ART - July 5, 2010
All Artists,18 years or older, are invited to the juried exhibition "Best of the year 2010". The exhibition will be about 14 days and each of the 6 winners will be presented on the gallery website for minimum of one year. The competition is open to all visual artists working in photography, painting and sculpture (no installations).
Marziart Internationale Galerie
Malschule und Studio
Eppendorfer Weg 110-112
Saturday, May 29, 2010
CALL FOR HANDMADE POP-UP BOOKS - July 20, 2010
A National Juried Exhibition of Movable Books Pop-up books captivate and excite the child in all of us. They come to life as three-dimensional works of art hidden inside the pages of a book. Pop-Up Now! is looking for handmade artist books that pop-up, move, slide, twirl, whirl, light up, or even sound off.
More information and a complete call for entries:
Movable Book Society
23 Sandy Gallery
623 NE 23rd Av
Portland OR 97232
Friday, May 28, 2010
CALL FOR ART ABOUT AGRICULTURE - July 6, 2010
The purpose of the exhibit is to promote Art About Agriculture by exploring all the facets of agriculture from workers to water, from machinery to fields and to the food that goes on our plates. Open to all artists over the age of 18 working in both two and three dimensional media who create art that in some way draws its inspiration from our agricultural heritage and/or contemporary agriculture. That inspiration may include, but is not limited to, depictions of rural landscape, farm animals, farm products, rural life, or art that in a more abstract way deals with issues and ideas related to agriculture. $500 in Prizes. Entry fee.
Ag Art Alliance
Santa Paula CA 93061http://email@example.com
NATIONAL PRINT EXHIBITION - June 11, 2010
Open to student printmakers and professionals nation-wide and welcomes submissions in traditional and innovative print technologies. First place, $600. Entry fee.
More information, Prospectus and Entry Forms, or send SASE to:
NAU Art Museum
Flagstaff AZ 86011-6021http://www4.nau.edu/art_museum/Fifth_Biennial_National_Print_Exhibition.html
CALL FOR NYC BASED ARTISTS WITHOUT GALLERY REPRESENTATION - July 1, 2010
This is a month-long call for entries for its 2010-2011 Exhibition Year. ArtBridge intends to curate (transforms overhead construction scaffolding (sidewalk bridges) into temporary exhibition space for the work of emerging artists) up to eight (8) exhibitions this year for which no more than 25 artists per installation will be chosen. After a successful 480-foot inaugural installation on West Chelsea's historic London Terrace Gardens, ArtBridge intends to bring its first-of-its kind projects to communities throughout the five boroughs, beautifying neighborhoods while giving emerging artists unprecedented exposure: all chosen work will be enlarged to billboard size, printed on eco-friendly, fade resistant material, and hung prominently outdoors from three months to one year. Entry fee.
New York NY 10001http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR LONG ISLAND THEMED ART - June 4, 2010
Long Island is a place of incalculable stores of history. From the quiet farmhouses and weather beaten bay houses tucked away in shady villages to the historic castles and grandiose manors perched atop prominent knolls, the places of Long Island have long been captured by artists. With Long Island as muse and art as medium we invite submissions of Long Island places. Whether it is an historic site, a favorite beach or park, you must identify the site depicted in your work and statements or stories on about your experiences there or the hidden histories the place may reveal are welcome. No photography. Entry fee.
Smithtown Township Arts Council
Mills Pond House Gallery
660 Route 25A
St James NY 11780
JURIED ALTERNATIVE PROCESSES PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - November 10, 2010
January 8-February 4, 2011. Juror: Joy Goldkind. Open to local and national artists. Cash Prize. We are looking to show the contemporary use of historical processes. Show us the way in which you bring the past and future together. Bromoil, albumen, collotype, kallitype, lazertran, anthotype, ziatype, carbon, argyrotype, cyanotype, daguerreotype, gum bichromate, salted paper, photogravure, solarplate, tintype, platinum and palladium, van dyke, hand applied emulsions, wet-plate collodion, silver gelatin and combinations of all of the above will be considered. Entry fee.
Smithtown Township Arts Council
Mills Pond House Gallery
660 Route 25A
St James NY 11780
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
CALL FOR BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY - June 15, 2010
The exhibition is open to photographers world wide, both amateur and professional. All black and white photography is welcome. This includes alternative, traditional, digital, and toned black and white images. All subjects are eligible. Juror: Andrea Modica. Exhibition and Awards: *With selection for this exhibition, artists and their work will be seen by an international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants and others who appreciate the fine art of photography. Over $1500 in awards and cash. Entry fee.
Details and questions:
Sunday, May 23, 2010
CONEY ISLAND CYCLONE ROLLER COASTER T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST - June 15, 2010
The top ten designs will be online and voted on by the public. Winning design will be the featured Cyclone T-shirt at The Cyclone Roller Coaster store. Winner will receive a $500 cash prize and a season pass to the world famous amusement for 2010 and 2011. Please read design guidelines and contest rules on our website before submitting your T-shirt design.
CALL FOR ART OUTSIDE THE BOX - June 7, 2010
Unconventional Image/Form/Material--Juried exhibition July 2 - 29, 2010. Open to all artists who can drop off accepted work. Jpg submissions only. All media except film, video & installation. Juror: Susan O'Malley, Curator, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. Awards: 1st - $100, 2nd - $75, 3rd - $50. Entry fee.
For more information and online entry form"
Pacific Art League
Palo Alto, California
Thursday, May 20, 2010
CALL FOR ART & HEALING THEMED WORK - September 30, 2010
Art & Creativity for healing Inc. announces it's First Annual Juried Exhibition. The exhibition's objective is to present the works of artists that were created in the spirit of our theme. Open to all artists, 18 years and older working in 2D, including drawing, painting, and mixed media. All work must be original and have been completed within the last four years. AWARDS: Best of Show $250 and Founder's Choice Award: $150. Entry Fee
Art & Creativity for Healing Inc
26079 Getty Drive
Laguna Niguel CA 92677http://email@example.com
CALL FOR OUTDOOR MURAL ARTISTS - June 4, 2010
City Without Walls (cWOW) seeks up to 12 experienced mural artists to lead teams of adult and youth assistants in creating large-scale, out-door community murals during the Summer of 2010. Senior muralists will receive a $5,000 stipend. Assistants will receive a $4,000 stipend. City Murals is a collaborative community-based program that integrates public art with youth employment and training.
Fore more information:http://www.cwow.org/do/?f_id=73
ANNUAL BOCOCA ARTS FESTIVAL - June 1, 2010
Building on the successful launch of the BoCoCa Arts Festival last summer, this ten-day event will criss-cross the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens, presenting emerging works in theater, music and visual art. All work will be “cast” in unconventional business venues, challenging the perception of art, as well as showcasing the characteristics of these three unique neighborhoods. The festival includes theater and music.
2010 WOMEN & ART PRIZE - July 24, 2010
In order to promote women's contribution to art, Le Consortium organizes with Evelyne Encelot association the Prize Women & Art 2010. This art prize will be cooperated by 5 specific regions, including Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany), Central Bohemia (Czech Republic), Opole (Poland), province of Pécs (Hungary) and Burgundy (France). The laureate, awarded by a jury of professionals recognized in the culture field, will receive the amount of 10000 euros and be offered a solo show in one or several participating countries. Entry fee.
JURIED EXHIBITION FOR FLORIDA ARTISTS - July 23, 2010
The 5th annual 100% Pure Florida juried exhibition. Open to all 2-D and 3-D artists 18 years and older, living and working in Florida. All subject matter welcome. Monetary awards given and a solo exhibition. The show opens September 3, 2010.
For the prospectus:
Fifth Avenue Art Gallery
CALL TO PRINTMAKING ARTISTS - July 15, 2010
Open to monotypes, engravings, etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, linocuts, silk-screens, stamps, etc. Prints can by produced on any material or surface. There are no restrictions on edition sizes. Infinity Art Gallery welcomes the exploration of the printing process, however work produced through photographic printing, any type of xerography or photocopying do not qualify. Photographs, giclees, ink jet prints and laser prints do not qualify. Awards total $2,200. Entry fee.
CALL FOR OTHERNESS THEMED ART - July 31, 2010
Work exploring notions of "otherness" in the age of multiculturalism and globalization, where access to differing practices and cultures reside at our fingertips and we're concomitantly reinventing and exploring ourselves--what does it mean to be "other", what is "other" today? All media. Entry fee.
21 Grand Gallery
1214 East 22nd St
Oakland CA 94606http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
CALL FOR NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL THEMED ART - June 25, 2010
Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference and the Society for American Baseball Research announce a National Call for Art for its 13th annual conference in Birmingham, Alabama this summer, July 15th-17th. The subject of the Conference is Negro League Baseball and your art is wanted! The subject matter should depict or refer to Negro League baseball in some way. Two winners will receive a prize of $300 to go along with exhibition at the Conference and publication in the prestigious journal Black Ball in 2011. All ages invited, all traditional art mediums encouraged. Please send jpeg files on disc in a size of less than 300 dpi and $20 (Check made out to SABR)for 3 entries.
Dr. Leslie Heaphy
Kent State University-Stark
6000 Frank Road
North Canton OH 44720http://www.LarryLester42.com
CALL FOR ARTISTS - June 20, 2010
Soliciting visual artist for ongoing online gallery representation and collaboration. Be one of the lucky 15 selected international artist: 6 months free hosting of your Online Portfolio with using MYA Gallery beta. Entry free $24.78; Promotion within YanooksAngels.com beta; Register by July 4th 2010 and you could win the new 16 GB IPad from Apple. Join MYA Gallery today and experience the MYA vision.
Yanook's Angel's Beta
2954 St-Joseph Blvd
PO BOX 14555
Ottawa Ontario K1C 0A2
BRUSSELS ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAM - May 31, 2010
This is an international laboratory for talented emerging artists from all over the world. Wiels provides a unique framework for artists to pursue their practice and engage in current debates and researches that examine the potentials of contemporary artistic production. Wiels Residency Program provides the residents with a working studio (+/- 45m2) and a training program (with collective and individual tutorials) for 1 year for international residents and 6 months for Belgian or Belgium-based residents. During each residency, an optional public presentation is organized.
ART CALENDAR MAGAZINE STUDIO MAKEOVER CONTEST - July 31, 2010
Entrants for the 2010 Studio Makeover Contest must provide a 100-word statement about why they should win a studio makeover. They can also upload a photo of their current art studio. The total value of prizes is more than $18,000.
SEEKING SAN FRANCISCO RESIDENT ARTIST - June 1, 2010
Currently seeking applicants for our Resident Artist Studios Program based on 17th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. Artists receive studio space at below market rates and valuable professional & creative development opportunities in exchange for service in the organization. As part of the studio residency, artists volunteer 12 hours a month towards Root Division's mission and are able to get involved in the community.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
SEEKING NON-TENURED SCULPTURE PROFESSOR - June 30, 2010
We are pleased to announce a search for a non-tenure track faculty member in Sculpture at the Tyler School of Art.
NATIONAL CALL FOR ARTISTS - June 25, 2010
Seeking 2D and 3D fine art entries for the Wind River Valley Artists Guild 61st National Art and Photography Show and Sale; 17-26 July 2010. The exhibition is open to all professional and non-professional artists. All works of art must be original and may not exceed 48"X60". $3,300 in cash awards. There is a purchase award for the WRVAG permanent collection up to $2,500. The Photography Show is open to professional and non-professional photographers; prints only please. Both legacy and digital processes are acceptable. All photographs must be original. Best of Show: $200. There is also a purchase award for the WRVAG permanent collection. Entry fee.
For a prospectus send SASE or web, etc:
Wind River Valley Artists' Guild
Dubois WY 82513
INTERNATIONAL VIDEOART FESTIVAL & COMPETITION - July 20, 2010
THEME: "Invisible Violence: private, public and social". Maximum video length: 8 minutes. FestArte VideoArt Festival was set up in order to give wide visibility to audiovisual language, evermore present and beloved these days among young people; as well as to promote its research and artistic cultural contents, to valorise and to reward emerging international talents - past editions involved 34 Countries across the globe. $4344 First Prize. Entry fee.
Associazione Culturale FestArte
Via dei Lincei 101
+39 06 5136278http://email@example.com
PLEIN AIR COMPETITION & ARTS FESTIVAL
6th Annual Plein Air–Easton! Competition & Arts Festival, July 19-25, 2010. Plein Air-Easton! Seeks Young Artists--Age 21 & Under--for Exciting New Event. Entry fee.
40 E Dover St
Easton MD 21601
SOLO PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION - June 7, 2010
Brighton Photo Fringe and Phoenix Brighton would like to invite submissions for OPEN 2010 - an open submission solo exhibition opportunity for an emerging to mid-career photographer or lens based artist. OPEN 2010 will be the keynote exhibition for the 2010 festival and will run alongside the Brighton Photo Biennial. Applicants must be living or working in the UK. Entry fee.
Brighton Photo Fringe OPEN 2010
Silverstone EDB 128
University of Sussex
Falmer Brighton BN1 9RG
ANNUAL NATIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION - June 12, 2010
Aug 28 - Sep 29, 2010, in Atlanta, Georgia. Over $2000 in awards. Juror: Michael David. Open to all artists over 18 years of age and residing in the USA. Accepted Media - Painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, mixed media, collage, and photography. All works must be original, executed within the last three years, and not previously exhibited in an AAC show. Entry fee.
Atlanta Artists Center
ONLINE EXHIBIT SHOWCASING LGBTQ ARTISTS - May 20, 2010
Accepting all mediums and disciplines, with a wide range of styles and subjects. open to all self identified LGBTQ artists everywhere. (Erotic art will not be accepted for this exhibit) AWARDS: $500 USD. Entry fee.
Monday, May 17, 2010
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - June 18, 2010
Metro Arts in Transit (AIT) is currently seeking qualifications from artists for a number of new public art projects. Metro has received approximately $45 million in federal stimulus funding, known as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). As a result, and in line with Metro policy, 1% ($450K) was dedicated to AIT for public art. Budgets average $55,000 for seven projects.
ATTN: ARRA Public Art RFQ
Metro Arts in Transit MS 136
707 N First St
St Louis MO 63102
THE SKETCHBOOK PROJECT TOUR - 2011
The Sketchbook Project Tour: 2011, is one of Art House's most exciting projects to date. You sign up, pick your theme, and we send you the sketchbook! Fill it up and send it back and we will take it on tour to Brooklyn, Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, Austin, Portland, ME, and more!
To sign up or for the full set of rules:http://www.thesketchbookproject.com
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - June 11, 2010
Tabor Community Services, Inc, with the assistance of the City of Lancaster, wishes to commission an artist or artist team to create original site specific artwork for a new urban plaza. Construction of the plaza is projected to begin in summer 2010 and be completed in early autumn, 2010. The selected artist will work closely with landscape architects and contractors to determine an art installation schedule. Tabor Community Services, Inc. envisions artwork that will be welcoming, enliven the plaza, speak to the organization's mission and allows for multiple uses of the space. This call is open to professional artists residing in Pennsylvania with experience in the design, fabrication and installation of public work. Budget: $48,000 all inclusive.
For the complete RFQ:http://www.cityoflancasterpa.com
CREATIVE DIVERGENTS SUMMER 2010 SHOWCASE & COMPETITION - June 15, 2010
Now accepting submissions. All forms of creative works are encouraged - any media, subjects, and styles are welcome. Open to all ages, internationally. Winning submission determined by creative vision, innovation, potential to engage an audience, presentation (i.e. quality of the images submitted), and overall impression. $500 (USD) award. $5 fee per submission (includes up to 3 images).
For more information:http://creativedivergents.com
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR HANDCRAFTED ART JEWELRY - June 30, 2010
METAL Inclinations2. Cash and gift certificate awards totaling $4200. Online Exhibition will run October 2010-October 2012. The jurors are: Jamie Bennett, Klaus Bürgel, John Cogswell and Sydney Lynch. Entry fee.
Society for Midwest Metalsmithshttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNATIONAL JURIED WINTER THEMED EXHIBITION - June 28, 2010
An exploration of how the forces of cold, ice and snow shape landscapes and cultural identities in Canada and the northern tier of the United States. Take this opportunity to show your work as part of an educational exhibition featuring a selection of pre-1940 American landscape paintings and scenic American stereoscopic photographs. All styles of painting and drawing will be considered in the selection process, and a broad interpretation of the theme is encouraged. All prices are set by the artist(s). The Allegheny College Art Galleries DO NOT retain a commission from any gallery sales. No entry fee.
ANNUAL PET ART SHOW - July 19, 2010
A pet is considered to be a domestic animal that is cared for daily and shows you unconditional love. Not animals in a field or wildlife. Examples of pets are dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, gerbils, parrots, parakeets, fish in your home aquarium, ferrets, etc. Works must be original and must not be copies of other artist’s work (including photographs) and must not be a series or part of a series. Computer generated and offset printed works are ineligible. Entry fee.
Irving Art Association
Irving TX 75015-3581http://email@example.com
BOSTON CASTING CALL FOR MUSIC VIDEO - May 22, 2010
Shoot Time: 7am to 12pm
(must be available for entire time)
(locals encouraged to apply)
Non-Union Background Artists:
Movie Theater Employees and Patrons
Ages: 8 and Up
Non-Union Speaking Roles:
Two men aged 60+
Two Female Teen Gymnasts with matching gymnastic outfits
Two Female Teen Cheerleaders with matching cheerleader outfits, pompoms and batons
Send Headshot and Resume or Photo and Contact Info to:
If selected, you will be contacted directly.
CALL FOR "A PERSONAL LANDSCAPE" PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - July 1, 2010
Artists may submit any interpretation of the title for consideration, for example: literal landscape, bodies that look like landscapes... be creative! All mediums are accepted. This exhibition will be centered around photographer, Gary Samson who has traveled extensively. He will show images from his travels to Cape Breton and Ghana. Gary Samson is the current chair of Photography t the New Hampshire Institute of Art. This opportunity allows both established and up-and-coming artists to supplement a well-known photographer. Mr. Samson will be juroring this exhibition himself with the help of the gallery director and owner. Artists Entry fee.
Soo Rye Art Gallery (A Personal Landscape)
11 Sagamore Road
Rye NH 03870
Saturday, May 15, 2010
SEX/GENDER/BODY BLOG SEEKS NEW BANNER DESIGN - July 1, 2010
We would like an image that reflects the multiplicity of topics: sex, gender, body, disability, age, transsexual, transgender, crossdresser, genderqueer..., transhuman, fetish, kink, feminism, sex work, rights, advocacy, activism, body shape, body image, LGBTQI, polyamory, prudism, asexuality, hetero / cis and anything else that involves individual identity. Here is what we need: Image dimensions = 965 x 70 pixels; Image format = .png or .jpg.
NYC FALL PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW - June 21, 2010
Open call for Photographers for NYC fall 2010 group show. The 6th Boro: An Exhibiton of Unique Interpretations of New York City. Seeking photographs of New York City. Criteria: Photographers must either be a native New Yorker, a "transplant", or a visiting artist. Work must be of or about New York City. Work must be ready to hang.
Please email up to 6 images no larger than 1MB each:firstname.lastname@example.org
SILENT FILM CONTEST - May 31, 2010
Seeking short, three to five minute, silent films (no music). Selected entries will be shown throught Charleston during the festival. Prizes include $500 first, $300 second, $100 third, and People's Choice Honorable Mention. Entries must include two DVD's: one playable, & one with raw quicktime file. Judged by Ann Magnuson, Bob Tinnell, Daniel Boyd, and Morgan Spurlock. Entry fee.
Silent Film Contest
Charleston WV email@example.com
4TH CAIRO VIDEO FESTIVAL June 15, 2010
Initiated by the Cairo-based artist initiative Medrar for Contemporary Art in 2005, this festival continues its focus on providing a platform for sharing and discussing newly produced high concept / low budget experimental videos. Based on a call for works by emerging artists, the festival program takes the format of a concise series of video screening on accompanied by talks/discussions with active video-makers and curators to tackle some of key themes and issues presented in the works.
More information and application form:http://firstname.lastname@example.org
THIRD COAST NATIONAL ART EXHIBITION - July 31, 2010
A non-thematic, juried exhibition of new works of art from all across the USA. We are simply looking for innovative, interesting contemporary artwork. Artists age 18+ living in the USA may enter. Works previously exhibited at K Space Contemporary or K Space Art Studios-Hot Spot are not eligible. Works must be completed within the last 2 years. All visual art forms and media are acceptable. Video will be shown with a DVD player and digital projector OR the artist must provide the means for it to be viewed (computer, TV screen, monitor). Complicated installations must be installed by the artist. Entry fee.
Friday, May 14, 2010
NATIONAL JURIED SCULPTURE EXHIBITION - July 9, 2010
Oct 1 - Aug 15, 2011. $11,000 in Awards. Maximum submission of 3 outdoor and/or 3 indoor works. Outdoor Exhibition dates: Oct 1 - Aug 15, 2011. Indoor Exhibition dates: Oct 1 - Jan 3, 2011. Indoor Invitational exhibition chosen by RMAC staff. SALMAGUNDI, meaning "an eclectic mixture of people, ideas, or objects" is in its fourteenth year of bringing together emerging and internationally acclaimed sculptors working in many different media, scale, and concepts.
The Rocky Mount Arts Center
JURIED FLOWER ART EXHIBITION - May 31, 2010
When you couple the art class exercise/classic art staple of the still life with the flower - sumptuous siren of subject matter for painters big and small, the result is a brigade of flower art that ranges from straight representation to a kinetic sculpture where sunflowers turn circles in a wooden box. Like trying to write a love song, it is challenging to revamp the exhausted visual of the flower, bringing it into a contemporary art dialogue and finding new ways to approach it as formal element, subject, symbol, etc. All media are welcome - sound, video, painting, sculpture, online projects, etc. Experimentation, critique, quirky perspectives, and general irreverence are encouraged!
Housatonic Museum of Arthttp://flowerrepower.blogspot.com
ARTIST & WRITER RESIDENCY - July 5, 2010
This a bi-annual competitive selection process for one to three month artist and writer residencies that focus on the professional experience of the artist, the quality of their past work, and their potential to have a productive residency at SFAI. The selection committees are comprised of successful artists, gallery owners, art instructors, writers, and other arts professionals from our region. Application fee.
Santa Fe Art Institute
Santa Fe, New Mexico
PUBLICATION SEEKS ART FOR SUMMER ISSUE - June 1, 2010
Vulcan seeks amazing art, photography, collage, and graphics submissions that aim to recover originality through treason, revolution, intelligence and community. The next issue will focus on marginalized citizens and communities. See issues in-full online at our website.
BAY AREA OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS - June 28, 2010
Artists working in all genres are invited to submit work for an exhibition called Introductions 2010. Artists must be living and/or working in the SF Bay Area. Artwork submitted for review (or work very similar in nature to that submitted) must be available for listed exhibition dates. Artists cannot have existing gallery representation in the Bay Area. Entry fee.
Attn: Introductions 2010
3175 17th St
San Francisco CA 94110http://email@example.com
ANNUAL JURIED EXHIBITION - July 10, 2010
All Media. Open to artists living and working in California. Selections by Lauren Davis, Director of Gallery Programs, Kala Art Institute and Carrie Lederer, Curator of Exhibitions and Programs, Bedford Gallery. Entry fee.
Berkeley Art Center
1275 Walnut St
Berkeley CA 94709
ONLINE JURIED EXHIBITION - June 1, 2010
An unlimited variety of medium and disciplines are accepted and an unlimited variety of subjects and styles are eligible. Finalists will be selected for artistic excellence. Entry fee.
For more information:http://www.infinityartgallery.com/upcoming10
Thursday, May 13, 2010
CALL FOR "GOD'S ECONOMY" THEMED ART - May 31, 2010
Looking for art along the theme of "God's economy." God's people were given a powerful and compelling vision of holy economics: values, teachings, and practices that convey the Creator's will for a human community of abundance, equity, and care for the good Creation. Do you have any images that might represent this idea? Send email or your web link to be considered for publication. If your work fits, we'll contact you for reproduction rights. We pay a small honorarium for using your work.
CALL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL/NATURE THEMED ART - May 22, 2010
The Green Man, a show honoring nature, environment, and myth and magic of the garden. The Green Man, an ancient nature symbol often depicted in sculpture, drawing or other art forms as a representation of a face surrounded by or made from leaves, is the inspiration for the exhibit, while the subject matter can be very wide-ranging. Entry fee.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
ARMY TEN-MILER T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST - June 3, 2010
Open to all U.S. residents, age 18 and older. Designs must be original artwork and reflect the unique tradition and experience of the Army Ten-Miler. Along with second year sponsor Adobe Systems Incorporated, which is presenting the contest, the Army Ten-Miler is offering an iMac and Adobe Creative Suite CS4 Design Premium software (worth approximately $4,300) as the grand prize. The winning design will also be printed on over 30,000 runner and volunteer t-shirts. Second and third prizes have been ramped up this year also. The second prize winner will receive a MacBook and Adobe Photoshop® CS4 software (worth approx. $1,700) and the third prize winner will receive a digital camera (worth approx. $500).
WATER BOTTLE LOGO TWO-COLOR DESIGN CONTEST - May 31, 2010
Create a two color design to be printed on our water bottles. Our web visitors will vote June 1 - July 31, 2010, on their favorite design. Winner with the most votes gets $150 and their design printed on our bottles. Planet Zero Gravity is looking for creative designs to be printed on our water bottles. The theme is "Live Big".
CHRISTIAN ART CONTEST - May 31, 2010
Open to artists working in all visual art mediums and all ages (Under 16 requires parental submission). The theme is "Through the eyes of a child" and is open to interpretation, so artists are free to submit artwork of their choice. There will be 3 prize winners and several honorable mentions. Entry fee.
SHORT FICTION WRITING CONTEST - June 30, 2010
A $242 top prize among 13 cash prizes totalling $485 can be won for short fiction in the summer 2010 round of the Writers' Village 'Best Writing' award, now in its second year. Winners will be granted the title 'Winner, the Writers' Village Best Writing summer 2010 Award’ and see their work showcased online. Any genre of prose fiction may be submitted and online entries are welcomed world-wide. Entry is $8 per item and multiple entries are permitted.
PO Box 6336
Leighton Buzzard LU7 6BJ
CALL FOR TILT SHIFT PHOTOGRAPHY - May 18, 2010
TILT SHIFT AMERICA PROJECT will be a place for artists to sell their tilt shift photography and aims to bring tilt shift photography from the fringe and into the mainstream! The Tilt Shift America Exhibition will serve as the Project’s kickoff, and is a two-venue show exclusively of this genre. The exhibition will run during the month of July in both Portland and Hood River, Oregon galleries. Gallery commission on sales is 40%. For the purpose of this show, ‘tilt shift photography’ is considered as any photograph of the genre either taken by the artist with a tilt shift lens or digitally tilt shifted by the artist. Unique and creative subjects are encouraged, and quality of detail and color are heavily weighted. Submissions are fee-free and shall be received on or before the May 18th, and limited to only one email containing no more than 5 images in .jpeg format, and must include details of the works including printed sizes, expected retail price, artist’s website, etc.
Send submission via email to:TiltShiftAmerica@gmail.com
CALL FOR NYC ARTISTS - July 1, 2010
Seeking NYC based artists interested in showing their work in one of our PopUp! Art Galleries. A PopUp! Art Gallery is a 2-month, temporary exhibition in empty spaces in workplaces. Your work is viewed primarily by the host business, management, employees and clients. There is no fee charged to submit, nor are artists paid to show their work if their work is accepted by a client. All art is accepted for consideration and presentation to clients. Artists will need to deliver and, if requested by client, install their works in the designated areas. All sales are handled by ArtAnywhere.com for a 25% commission on your asking price.
CALL FOR BOUNDARY PUSHING ART - June 8, 2010
Show off your latest and greatest creations in an exhibit that celebrates pushing boundaries. Artists have always tried to discover new and exciting ways to convey their messages in a visual way. Have you discovered a new technique or explored a new avenue in subject matter, have you fused two unexpected elements to create a greater whole? If you have pushed your work in an unexpected or ground breaking direction showcase you work along side other regional artists who have pushed just as hard. We are accepting all media: paintings, sculpture, video, prints, drawings, illustrations, photographs, paintings, drawings, text... Entry fee.
Complete rules and application:http://www.artworksforyou.org/exhibits/The%20Edge.pdf
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
JURIED PAINTING EXHIBITION - June 23, 2010
"The Artful Palette": Aug 27 - Oct 8, 2010. This is a juried exhibition celebrating the art of painting. Artists using any paint media including, but not limited to, oils, acrylics, watercolors, and gouache are welcome to enter. Traditional or experimental styles, as well as any genre, will be considered for exhibition. Awards are one at $500 and four at $125 each. Entry fee.
Foundry Art Centre
520 North Main Center
St Charles MO 63301
JURIED ART SHOW AND SALE - June 12, 2010
25th Annual Bosque Art Classic (formerly Conservatory Art Classic) national judged and juried art show and sale. Online, CD, or slide entries accepted. Awards $14,500 includes a first time entrant award and the John Steven Jones Purchase Award. Categories: Oil/Acrylic, Sculpture, Pastel, Water Media, Drawing. Open to all artists 18 years or older. Show dates September 11-26. Entry fee. Judge: Artist, John Coleman.
For a prospectus send SASE to:
Bosque Art Classic
Clifton TX 76634
U ALBANY ALUMNI ART EXHIBITION - October 1, 2010
The University Art Museum is organizing an exhibition of work by UAlbany alumni in the Fall 2011. The exhibition will occupy the entire museum and include work in all media. Alumni of all graduate and undergraduate programs are encouraged to submit material for consideration by guest curator Ken Johnson. In addition, the museum staff looks forward to this opportunity to review recent work by alumni artists.
CALL FOR POETRY - July 1, 2010
Good Karma magazine seeks poetry submissions on the topics of spirituality and global warming. Contributors will receive five to ten print copies of the issue in which their poem appears. A byline and a short bio will also be featured with your poem. Good Karma reaches 40,000 readers in the Chicago area. I am open to all poetic styles.
Send poetry to:firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNET VENUE FOR YOUR ART - July 1, 2010
Daily Art Fixx, a visual arts blog is accepting submissions for feature artists. With over 80,000 visitors every month and growing, a feature on Daily Art Fixx is great exposure for your work. Open to all artists.
CALL FOR HOLOCAUST THEMED SCULPTURE - June 28, 2010
The Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (HERC) is sponsoring an open, two-stage competition to choose a design for a sculpture commemorating life after the Holocaust. This sculpture will be uplifting in its celebration of life of the survivors and future generations. The sculpture will be located at a prominent site at Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center located at 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
SOUTHERN PRINTMAKING NATIONAL EXHIBITION - June 21, 2010
Eligibility: Open to all artists 18 years or older. Awards: One Person Exhibition Summer 2011. Entry fee.
Michael Marling de Cuellar
North Georgia College & State University
Dahlonega GA 30533http://www.northgeorgia.edu/Southern_Printmaking_Biennialmmarling@northgeorgia.edu
Monday, May 10, 2010
UNIVERSITY GALLERY NATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION - May 14, 2010
Open to artists over the age of 18 residing in North America. Entries must be original works not previously shown at Xavier University Art Gallery. All 2D and 3D art created in the last two years (2008-10) will be considered except video, performance and installation. Entries must not exceed 48x90 inches or 75 pounds. No entry that requires the artist to be present for moving or assembly will be accepted. Entry fee.
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CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - May 26, 2010
Eligible artists and artist-led teams to submit qualifications for public art for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) Visitor/Exploration Center. This RFQ offers two distinct opportunities, each with unique criteria, budgets, artist's eligibility and selection process. Depending on eligibility, artists are invited to express their interest in (1) taking an integrated approach to this project or (2) addressing specific elements. The budget is $235K (inclusive of multiple project opportunities, exclusive of honoraria).
Arts Program Managerhttp://bit.ly/MBNMSemail@example.com
CALL FOR "SHOW US HOW YOU EAT" VIDEO - May 31, 2010
We would love to see you chew. One of the projects I work on called Fallen Fruit is doing a few projects this summer/fall at LACMA (The Los Angeles County Museum of Art). There is a participatory video project called "Show Us How You Eat" - in which anyone can upload a short video of themselves, family or friends eating (yes eating) anything you would like to eat. There is no entry forms, or fees all you have to do is make a short video and upload it to YouTube and then join the channel ShowUsHowYouEat.
CALL FOR GREEN THEMED ART - May 24, 2010
A call to Washington, Oregon and British Columbia artists to enter IMA's juried visual arts competition - Green: ON THE EDGE. The upcoming summer exhibition is asking artists to tackle the question, what does green mean to you... the word GREEN, the metaphor GREEN, or the symbol GREEN. ON THE EDGE is IMA's way of saying, don't be conservative, take it to the edge! We are seeking "edgy" work in any visual media and size that meets our conditions and requirements. Work must be original and current (completed within the last two years.) Entry fee.
San Juan Islands Museum of Art & Sculpture Park
Friday Harbor WA 98250
JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - June 1, 2010
Judged by noted photographers Stephen Shore and Harvey Stein. Entry fee.
Garrison Arts Center
Garrison, New Yorkhttp://garrisonartcenter.org
Sunday, May 09, 2010
ART OF THE SWEATER EXHIBITION - July 15, 2010
The Art of the Sweater is an exhibit of sweaters, both literal and metaphorical. Artists are encouraged to enter both actual knitted, crocheted and woven sweaters as well as the conceptual "sweater" from any media. Entries need not be functional and/or wearable, but must not exceed 8’ tall or 6’ wide. All media are welcome. There will be one prize awarded for Juror's Choice. The winning artist will receive a page on the WA website for one year highlighting their work and $150. There will be a 40% commission on all works sold. 5% of said commission will be donated to Monte Arts Council. All entries must be for sale. Entry fee.
DENVER URBAN ARTS FUND GRANTS - July 2, 2010
The Denver Urban Arts Fund (UAF) is entering its second year of providing grant funding for programs to prevent graffiti vandalism by generating positive, well-tended and active community gathering spaces, and by producing opportunities for young people to participate in art training and leadership programs. Small grants ($500-$7,500) are available for programs that: -help reclaim a graffiti hot spot and create a positive community space; and/or -help create and increase youth access and exposure to positive and monitored alternatives and support systems, including visual arts opportunities.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - June 25, 2010
The Broomfield Public Art Committee is conducting a call for entries for outdoor sculptures. Three pieces will be selected for installation on concrete bases located just west of the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library. Artists are responsible for installing and removing the artwork and will be paid a modest stipend. The artwork will be exhibited for one year and will be for sale.
Broomfield Public Art Committee
MICHIGAN ART EXHIBITION - June 18, 2010
Open to all Michigan artists 18 years of age or older. Works in all media and mixed media are eligible. Only original works completed within the past three years and not previously exhibited in Alden B. Dow Museum of Science & Art will be accepted. $3000 and two solo show in prizes. Dates of exhibit September 18 – December 23, 2010. Entry fee.
Midland Center for the Arts
Alden B Dow Museum of Science & Art
Saturday, May 08, 2010
WEST COAST WINGS/BIRDS JURIED EXHIBITION - June 4, 2010
Artists in Oregon, Washington, and California are invited to submit art in all media, including photography, excluding video, depicting shorebirds, seabirds, waders, migratory, and others that are found in abundance on the Western Coast of the US. Cash prizes: $350 first, $250 second, $150 third, 4- $50 HM. Entry fee.
Send SASE for prospectus or download:
Bandon OR 97411
PHOTOGRAPHING WOODLAWN CEMETERY EXHIBITION - June 24, 2010
All photographs must be current and taken in (or of) the Woodlawn cemetery. No funerals or memorial services please. Any image with a person requires a written release. You may submit a total of five (5) entries. No entry fee.
Please send a CD with jpgs, a printout of each image, a SASE, and a resume to:
Lehman College Art Gallery
250 Bedford Park Blvd West
Bronx NY 10468http://www.lehman.edu/gallery
FREEDOM SPARKS VIDEO AND FILM FESTIVAL - May 30, 2010
Seeking video and experimental film works exploring the themes of Independence and Freedom in relation to Sustainability in any of its forms: economic, social or environmental. Artists will be given the option of selling their works online in digital formats specially formatted for fine art collectors, further underscoring the themes of Independence, Freedom and Sustainability. No entry fee.
Orb/FREEDOM SPARKSVideo Festival
421 Hudson St
New York NY 10014http://www.VisualVoiceGallery.comCurator@LightCubeVideo.com
UNITED STATE MINT 2010 CALL FOR ARTISTS - July 6, 2010artists, designers, and illustrators from all over the country to apply for a paid position as a
Artists, designers, and illustrators from all over the country to apply for a paid position as a contracted, Associate Designer in our successful Artistic Infusion Program (AIP). Artists chosen to be a part of the AIP program can work from anywhere and have the tremendous opportunity to take part in American history by contributing potential designs for the next generation of coins. Previously, AIP artists have submitted successful designs for coins released through the 50 State Quarters Program and the Presidential $1 Coin Program. One design will ultimately be chosen to become a coin. Chosen artists will receive $2,000 for each assigned design submission as well as an additional $5,000 if their design is selected to be sculpted into a coin.
DESIGN A BAND T-SHIRT FOR THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA - June 1, 2010
Get VIP access to a show in your area and present the winning design to the band in person. Ferret Music recording artists The Devil Wears Prada are one of today's most important metalcore bands. Talenthouse has teamed up with TDWPBand.com to invite all designers, graphic artists, painters and fans to design a new band T-shirt to be sold exclusively on their online store. The winning designer will get to go to a show and present the winning design to the band in person! The design can be front, back or sleeve and any amount of colors, there are no rules so let your imagination soar! Please do not submit more than two designs per artist. The band will determine the final selection.
PHOTOGRAPH CAITLIN MOE FOR HER NEW ALBUM COVER - June 1, 2010
Receive album credit and be introduced to Caitlin's network of artists and musicians. Electric Violin virtuoso, singer and songwriter, Caitlin Moe has exploded on the music scene. She is writing and recording for her solo album, set for release late 2010. Her highly anticipated debut album has been described as "moody pop-synth with lots of crazy strings" and will be dropping this fall. She is looking for a visionary Talenthouse photographer to shoot her for the cover of the album, which will be distributed globally. Caitlin invites photographers to submit 2 of their best artistic shots that encompass the mysterious, dramatic and fun qualities she mentioned above.
Submit your photos here:http://awe.sm/55qdo
Friday, May 07, 2010
CALL FOR QUEER/DIVERSITY/IDENTITY VIDEO - May 22, 2010
Videos juried/curated by Andre Keichian, Kiki Carr &Andy Ditzler & and will be screened on May 31, 2010 as part of the MondoHomo at Eyedrum Gallery in Atlanta, GA. Festival runs May 27-31. Review begins immediately. Length is negotiable, preferably 5-10 minutes. Format should be an MOV file or downloadable from the web. Please include a bio and/or artist statement and contact information.
146 Rogers St NE
Atlanta GA 30317http://firstname.lastname@example.org
EXTREMELY SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL - May 10, 2010
Aurora Picture Show's annual Extremely Shorts Festival features three-minute or shorter films and videos by artists, filmmakers, culture jammers, students, moms, security guards, and anyone with a camera and a vision. Entrants may submit up to three titles. Each title must run three minutes or shorter including titles and credits. NO exceptions. All genres accepted and considered: experimental, animation, documentary, music video and narrative. Entry fee.
Guidelines for Entries:http://aurorapictureshow.org
CALL FOR CREATIVE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY - May 26, 2010
Wedding photography is the bread and butter for many photographers but can still offer creative opportunities. We want images that go beyond the standard posed shots and artistically capture those special moments that only an attentive photographer sees and can captures. Those shots that tell the unique story of that particular wedding. Juror Cliff Mautner’s career in professional photography spans 28 years. After 15 years and 6000 assignments as a photojournalist with the Philadelphia Inquirer, and working for an eclectic array of commercial clientele ranging from Comcast to Subaru, Cliff launched his wedding photography career. Cliff was named one of the top ten wedding photographers in the world by American PHOTO magazine. Entry fee.
CALL FOR BAY AREA ENTRIES - May 14, 2010
Artists must reside or work within 9-county Greater Bay Area. This year's juror is Jens Hoffmann, the director of the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. As final selections through studio visit will be made June 23 - 26, artists or representatives must also be available during this scheduled time. Entry fee.
Pro Arts at Oakland Art Gallery
150 Frank H Ogawa Plaza
Oakland CA 94612
ANNUAL FALL ART EXHIBITION - July 16, 2010
Will consider all media by artists 18 yr+. Cutting edge, unusual art is especially appreciated but since 2 large galleries will be used, there is usually a nice mix of the unique along with good quality traditional & not-so-traditional artwork. The artwork will be considered for this show & the next year of shows. Only send samples of artwork that are available for the dates of the exhibit. Entry fee.
Space 237 Galleries & ClaySpace
237 N Michigan
Toledo OH 43604
NATIONAL JURIED SCULPTURE EXHIBITION - June 1, 2010
Open to all U.S. artists 18 years or older. Work must be original and executed within the past two years. Work must not have been previously exhibited at the Arts Center. Ten outdoor artists will receive a $1000 honorarium. One Best in Show winner will receive a $1000 award. The indoor exhibition is by invitation only and no awards will be given. No entry fee.
The Rocky Mount Arts Center at the Imperial Centre
270 Gay St
Rocky Mount, North Carolinahttp://email@example.com
CALL FOR... ENTRIES - May 28, 2010
Any media or material, from major installations to miniscule "gems." Because the Wabi Sabi ideal is in such contrast to our usual (Western) approach to art, the emphasis of this exhibit will be not on the final perfected form of the work, but on how well pieces reflect the sense and feeling of this elusive concept. In particular, focus will be on the imaginative use of materials and uniqueness. Entry fee.
O'Hanlon Center for the Arts
616 Throckmorton Av
Mill Valley CA 94941
Thursday, May 06, 2010
BOSTON CASTING CALL FOR FEATURE FILM - May 22, 2010
Seeking Union and Non-Union Actors for Principal Roles for SAG Ultra Low Budget Feature Film. David Garfield's "The Rude, the Mad and the Funny" will be shooting this summer and South Shore Casting will be holding auditions at our Hanover Studio.
Please submit your headshot and resume or photo and contact info to:firstname.lastname@example.org
NATIONAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION - July 1, 2010
Eleventh Annual WILL'S CREEK SURVEY (Sept. 11 - Oct. 9, 2010). Best of Show 2-D $1250, Best of Show 3-D $1250, Awards $5,500+. Juror: Eric C. Shiner - Milton Fine Curator of Art at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. Two jpegs entries on CD, $25.
Contact or download entry form:
Allegany Arts Council
52 Baltimore St
Cumberland MD 21502
Wednesday, May 05, 2010
INTERNATIONAL ONLINE ARTIST COMPETITION - June 30, 2010
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. Participation in the Art Interview Biennale Exhibition and a total of Euro 17,000 in cash may be awarded each quarter to all winners. First place winners receive up to Euro 10,000 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. Entry fee.
Tuesday, May 04, 2010
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR DESIGNERS AND NON-DESIGNERS - May 31, 2010
Seeking 2D digital file entries for PIRANESI 2010: AN INTERPRETATION OF THE PRISON SERIES TODAY, Juried Design Competition held May 1-31, 2010. Entries juried by Bill Indursky, architect and co-founder of VandM.com one of the largest antiques & design sites on the web. Entry is FREE and open to all designers, non-designers, professional design firms, and design schools. Enter digital images via email.
For a prospectus or information:http://email@example.com
Sunday, May 02, 2010
CALL FOR ART ABOUT BEAUTY - May 25, 2010
Don't Hate Me Because I'm Beautiful at the Center for Dermatologic Surgery in Marlton, NJ. Open to artists working in any two dimensional media- (flat wall sculptures acceptable only if no deeper than 5"). For this exhibition we are seeking art that is unabashedly beautiful. There is a tendency in the world of artists to not trust art that is too pretty. This show will celebrate beautiful art, plain and simple, or with a deeper meaning.
Liz Afif Fine Art
312 Greene Av #2
Brooklyn NY 11238http://lizafif.com/artwork/1354762_Don_t_Hate_Me_Because_I_m_Beautiful.htmlLizafif@gmail.com
INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE JUNIORS & SENIORS JURIED EXHIBITION - May 14, 2010
Surface: open to works of all genres and media. All work accepted for the exhibition must arrive ready to install. Work can be hand delivered or shipped. No commission will be taken on the sale of artwork. Payment will be made directly to artists. Desotorow only accepts digital images for consideration. Entry fee.
Desotorow Gallery Inc
2427 De Soto Av
Savannah GA 31401http://desotorow.org/exhibits/calls/surface.html
Saturday, May 01, 2010
PROJEKT30'S JULY 2010 EXHIBITION - June 1, 2010
The exhibition will include 30 artists; invitations will be sent to our potent and proven mailing list of 1000s 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: July 1, 2010. Public Jury: June 15-29, 2010. Entry fee.
CALL FOR WILD LIFE THEMED ART - June 2, 2010
We are seeking artworks which involve animals in all forms: animal symbolism, animal spirit guides, animal human hybrids or feral children, animalistic human behavior, etc. The Exhibition will be publicly juried with all applicants posted online so that visitors of Projekt30 may select which artists will graduate to the final 30. Unlike other juried exhibitions, all participants receive exposure. Invitations will be sent to our potent and proven mailing list of 1000s of galleries, collectors, and fellow artists. Publicly Juried: June 4-20, 2010. Opens: June 21, 2010. Entry fee.
GILBERT BOUCHARD TRIBUTE ART - May 15, 2010
In celebration of the life and contributions of Mr Bouchard, The Works is inviting artists to participate in a tribute exhibition in our 25th Anniversary year. Commission on sales from this exhibit will be used to create a legacy for Gilbert in the form of The Works Gilbert Bouchard Art Writing Scholarship. Donations to the Scholarship will also be accepted at the exhibit. Artwork submissions can be on any topic and in any medium including: painting, drawing, sculpture, video, sound recording, writing, and performance.
The Works Art & Design Festival
780-426-2122 x 234http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR CHALK ART PROPOSALS - June 1, 2010
Claim your space in The Works 3rd Annual Chalk Art Contest. Advance registration is recommended as the number of sidewalk sections are limited. Chalk is provided for Adults, $20, and Children, $10.
The Works Art & Design Festival
780-426-2122 x 234http://email@example.com