Saturday, July 31, 2010
HAVERFORD PA FINE ART SALE - October 18, 2010
This is an exhibition that features the sale of new works by more than 50 highly accomplished professional artists. This exhibition has more than decade of success behind it. The Fine Art Sale continues the focus on helping people integrate fine art into their lives, and runs April 15-May 25. No entry fee.
Main Line Art Center
746 Panmure Road
Haverford PA 19041
HAVERFORD PA CALL FOR DESSERT THEMED ART - January 7, 2010
There's Always Room for Dessert: Main Line Art Center in Haverford, PA is pleased to present "There's Always Room for Dessert," a themed exhibition running February 4-24, 2010. Artists are invited to submit one to three works of art that fit with the dessert theme. Artwork is encouraged to be for sale but it is not mandatory. 10% of sales made from exhibition will go to support MANNA. Judging for prizes will be done by local chefs and prizes will be awarded at the First Friday Opening Reception. Open to artists living in PA, NY, DE, NJ, MD and DC working all and media and between media. Entry fee.
Main Line Art Center
746 Panmure Road
Haverford PA 19041
HAVERFORD PA HOLIDAY FINE CRAFT SALE - October 4, 2010
Now accepting entries for its annual Members' Exhibition, running Dec 17, 2010 - Jan 15, 2011. Each Member is invited to exhibit one piece of work completed in the past two years. This show is juried for prizes. No entry fee for Members.
HAVERFORD PA THREE DAY EXHIBITION - September 24, 2010
For 3 days, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, Main Line Art Center in Haverford, PA will open our galleries to artists of all mediums ages 21-36. Emerging painters, jewelers, sculptors, photographers, potters, and multi-media artists are invited to bring work to be displayed, viewed and sold. Entry fee if nonmember.
Friday, July 30, 2010
CALL FOR "THE HUMAN CONDITION" THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY
This exhibition will feature only photo-based work which should be an exploration of human existence in a political, social, and/or personal context. The theme is open to each individual's interpretation. The Juror's Choice Award will receive a solo exhibition at Castell Photography during the 2011 show season.
2C Wilson Alley
Asheville NC 28801
CALL FOR SOLO ARTIST SHOW PROPOSALS - September 1, 2010
Alphonse Berber Gallery is accepting open submissions for its new space in San Francisco. Proposals for solo-artist shows only, no group proposals please. Please send a digital or physical portfolio of no more than 10 images. If digital, please send high quality jpegs or tiffs. Artists' portfolios will be returned to them by mail after review, or kept for further consideration with artists' permission. We require a $30 fee to accompany the submission package.
Include a SASE envelope, and mail your submissions to:
Alphonse Berber Gallery
Attn: Artist Submissions
575 Sutter St
San Francisco CA email@example.com
NEW ORLEANS PHOTO ALLIANCE/LAUGHLIN AWARD - September 15, 2010
This new award is open to emerging and established photographers who reside in the U.S. The online application process requires a portfolio of 10-20 photographs, a written statement, a bio or CV, and a $25 application fee. Only one recipient will be selected to receive the $5,000 award.
Guidelines and application:
New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St Mary St
New Orleans LA 70130http://NewOrleansPhotoAlliance.org/grants/CJL_Award
CALL FOR FILMS ABOUT SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY - December 1, 2010
We want to encourage filmmakers to produce and share their cinematic visions of a present or future society shaped by synthetic biology. What is your view on a world living with synthetic life forms? Your approach is up to you - the filmmaker, scientists or artist - the entries can be on science, fiction, or science fiction. We welcome live-action short film, animation, experimental or documentary film. Synthetic biology has to be reflected somehow in the work, but how you do it is up to you. Cash prizes.
SKYSCRAPER DESIGN COMPETITION - January 11, 2011
eVolo Magazine is pleased to invite students, architects, engineers, and designers from around the globe to take part in the 2011 Skyscraper Competition. The annual eVolo Skyscraper Competition is a forum for the discussion, development, and promotion of innovative concepts for vertical density. It examines the relationship between the skyscraper and the natural world, the skyscraper and the community, and the skyscraper and the city. Entry fee.
570 West 204th St 1B
New York NY 10034http://firstname.lastname@example.org
JAZZ FESTIVAL COMMEMORATIVE POSTER CONTEST - September 1, 2010
Artist must design and execute full-color, print-ready poster design suitable for reproduction by the City of Jacksonville as a photo-offset poster. The chosen artist for the 2011 Commemorative Poster Contest will receive $1,000, VIP passes to the festival, associated merchandise, and a complimentary booth pace at the Art in the Heart Downtown juried art show and sale during the 2011 Jacksonville Jazz Festival. The art may be fine art or digital design. No entry fee.
City of Jacksonville Office of Special Events
2011 Poster Contest
Attn: Tiffany Valla Hutto
117 West Duval St Suite 280
Jacksonville FL 32202http://www.JaxJazzFest.email@example.com
CALL FOR ART ABOUT LIGHT AS A MEDIUM OR INSPIRATION - September 1, 2010
From J.M. Turner to James Turrell, artists have given over their work to the inspiration and subject matter of light because of its beauty, ubiquity, essentiality and connection to the sublime. For this exhibition we are inviting artists of all media to submit work that takes light as its’ subject, inspiration or media in all its forms: as landscape illuminator, daily delineator, life source and energy source. Entry fee.
SEEKING ARTISTS FOR COMMUNITY YOUTH ART PROGRAM - September 1, 2010
Artists using textiles, painting, printmaking, graffiti, mural, and sculpture that cultivates dialogue about building strong communities are needed to lead hands-on art at afterschool program. Experience working with children in a multi-cultural setting a must. The program is held at The Other Side Arts 1400 Dallas Street Aurora, CO 80010 Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-6PM This program is funded by TOSA, 18th Judicial District Juvenile Diversion, and National Endowment for the Arts.
Send proposals and resume to:
Noel Walker Simmons, M Ed. MA
Art Therapist/ Outreach Director
The Other Side Arts
1644 Platte St
Denver CO 80211
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 1, 2010
This public art commission is open to all professional artists and artist teams residing within the United States. Artists may apply as a team, but the application should clearly describe the contribution of each collaborator. Artists living and working within the state of Florida are strongly encouraged to apply, but will not receive special consideration due to their residency. Budget: $200,000.
Christopher Hubbard, MA
Parks & Recreation Department
100 S Myrtle Av
Clearwater FL 33756-5520
Thursday, July 29, 2010
ENTREPRENEUR THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - September 1, 2010
The SEVEN Fund is pleased to announce the “I Am an Entrepreneur” photography competition. This competition recognizes the outstanding use of photography to tell compelling stories of role model entrepreneurs from around the world. This competition is open to all participants globally. The competition will award twelve prizes, one per month, over a period of one year. Each month, one finalist will be selected and will receive a prize of $100. The grand prize winner (selected from among the 12 finalist photographs) will receive $1,000 at the end of the year.
CALL FOR HEALTHCARE THEMED ART DONATIONS - September 22, 2010
Artists are invited to DONATE UNFRAMED 4" x 6" work (any medium) for The Creative Center: Arts in Healthcare annual fundraiser to be held on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at The University Settlement 184 Eldridge Street, NYC. ALL PROCEEDS FROM "GOT ART?" will benefit The Creative Center's Artist-in-Residence hospital program and free-of-charge art workshops for people living with and beyond cancer and other chronic illnesses. Work should be UNFRAMED and SIGNED ON THE BACK ONLY with contact information. Please include name and e-mail.
Send all work to:
Program & Gallery Director
The Creative Center: Arts in Healthcare
New York NY 10002
LA THEATER COMPANY SEEKS GRAPHICS DESIGNERS - September 1, 2010
Company of Angels, Los Angeles' oldest not-for-profit theatre company is seeking a graphic designer to design the 2010-2011 Season. The season consists of 6 mainstage shows and roughly 6 special projects throughout the year. Postcard and poster design and layout required. CoA currently has very strong branding and imaging we are committed to. $200 per mainstage show and $150 per special project [minimum $2100 per season]. Season committment sought.
ART CENTER SEEKS VISUAL ART DIRECTOR - September 1, 2010
Seeking an energetic and capable Visual Arts Director who is responsible for the oversight of all exhibition programs, visual arts special projects and events as well as curatorial and planning duties related to Angels Gate Cultural Center's Studio Artist Program. Candidate must have a BA degree or equivalent professional experience in curatorial, gallery or program management. Salary is commensurate with experience and benefits are available. An application package should contain a letter of interest and vitae with 3 references.
Please mail to:
Angels Gate Cultural Center
3601 South Gaffey St
San Pedro CA 90731http://angelsgateart.orgDeborah@angelsgateart.org
FILM INDEPENDENT SEEKS FULL-TIME GRANTS COORDINATOR - September 1, 2010
The Grants Coordinator coordinates grants from a variety of private foundations, and governmental sources—both at the local, national, and international level. The Coordinator assists the Director of Diversity Development with grant writing, grant reporting, and implementation strategies to achieve Film Independent's fundraising goals; researches, submits grant proposals and letters of inquiry; coordinates acknowledgments, report preparation, and database management. The Grants Coordinator also supports the Director of Diversity Development with other duties as assigned.
AFTRA SEEKS MEMBER EDUCATION DIRECTOR - September 1, 2010
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), L.A. Local is part of a national labor union representing over 70,000 performers in radio, television, and sound recordings, including actors, dancers, singers, stunt performers, announcers, radio DJ’s, talk show hosts, and news reporters and anchors.
SMALL NON-PROFIT DANCE COMPANY SEEKS BOOKKEEPER - September 1, 2010
We are a very small non-profit dance company looking for a bookkeeper to prepare our 990s.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - October 1, 2010
Open call for submissions to a public art competition in the Berlin Underground Train Network for 2011.
Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (New Society for Visual Arts)
+49 (0)30 - 616 513 -0http://ngbk.de/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=146&Itemidfirstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR VISIONARY ARTISTS - September 1, 2010
The Los Angeles Visionaries Association is seeking new Visionary members. If you're an artist, writer, performer or event programmer who is doing smart, unusual things in Los Angeles, you should come explore the LAVA website and consider applying for membership. Recent LAVA happenings include the dedication of John Fante Square outside the Central Library, the first exhibition anywhere of Gene Sculatti's five-decade imaginary city drawing project, a preview tour of the new LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes space at Olvera Street, Ghost Hunters of Urban LA gatherings, LA Street Food Fest's Summer Tasting, the Aetherius Society's spiritual pilgrimage to Mount Baldy, esoteric lectures with Maja D'Aoust the White Witch of LA, benefits for 826LA, historic theater tours and more.
To apply for Visionary status, or for more info:http://www.lavatransforms.org/apply
CALL FOR T-SHIRT DESIGNS -
Sub_Urban Riot is a progressive lifestyle clothing brand based in Los Angeles, CA with an emphasis on the urban bicyclist. We promote graphics that are relevant and topical. We focus on icons and commentary that are simple, but also wry. Designs can be literal, or more abstract. Juxtaposition, repeated icons, contrast colors, gradients, and unique design elements are encouraged. Selected designs will be awarded $150 per design. Artists are not limited to the number of designs they would like to submit.
LA ART CENTER SEEKS VOLUNTEERS - September 1, 2010
Are your Saturday mornings free? Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity that helps the environment, the arts and children? The reDiscover Center in Culver City is seeking volunteers for ongoing Saturday events. Seeking volunteers on Saturdays from 10am-1pm for short or long term commitments. Interested volunteers should contact Kristy at email@example.com for more information about how to sign up.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
ART EXPERIMENT SEEKS OBJECTS FOR EXHIBITION - December 1, 2010
Seeking objects (artistic or otherwise) that will be bartered for unique artist prints and then exhibited in a one of a kind gallery show of epic proportions. Show will open in January of 2011. No entry fee.
For more information:http://www.10cameras.com
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - July 30, 2010
Rhode Island State Council On the Arts Request For Qualifications. Public Art For the Department of Motor Vehicles, Forand Building, Pastore Center, Cranston, RI. Budget: $88,000.
Project Grants For Organizations/Public Art
Rhode Island State Council On the Arts
1 Capitol Hill 3rd Floor
Providence RI 02908
CALL FOR BOOK COVER SUBMISSIONS - December 1, 2010
Freaky Fountain Press is seeking submissions of potential book covers for our anthologies. If your submission is used, you'll receive a portion of the anthology royalties, and you will be credited as the cover artist both on our website and in the book itself. Cover submissions need to fit the theme/mood of the anthology; current anthology calls can be found on the web along with artwork submission guidelines, including royalty structure. Electronic submissions only.
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - October 18, 2010
Florida West Arts Gallery in Bonita Springs, FL seeks entries for an art exhibition, November 20 - December 16, 2010. Best in Show's works featured in solo show. Minimum of 4 other winners' works in a group show. All winners works featured on the gallery's website. Selections will be made by a two judge panel of a noted artist and an art professional. Open to artists 18 years or older. Two and three dimensional original works are eligible, in all media and styles except video, as well as photographic and digital works on archival paper or canvas (editions up to 40). Entry fee.
For prospectus send a SASE to (or phone or web or email:
Patrick J Distasio
Florida West Arts
25987 S Tamiami Trl Suite 97
Bonita Springs FL 34134
ARTIST RESIDENCIES IN HUNGARY - September 15, 2010
The Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc (HMC), 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, invites interested visual artists, writers, performers to submit application for its residency program in Budapest, Hungary. While HMC does not provide funding for residencies, we are helping to facilitate the creation of program, the cost of the exhibitions and cover %40 of total cost, artists cover %60. We encourage the applicants to apply for a grant or scholarship.
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR SUPER8MM & 16MM FILM - November 5, 2010
Open to any person or group of persons making work that incorporates Super8mm or 16mm film format as part of that presentation. (Expanded Cinema) In previous years 16 film was blended with dance performance, Super8 with live spoken word/audience involvement, & multi-projections with live jazz/musical devices. Dancers, Sculptors, Musicians, Theorists, Scientists, Athletes, Visual artists, everyone, AND Film-makers are encouraged to submit. This is not a film festival for film-makers, so much as it is an film event for everyone. Entries are only be accepted on Super8 or 16mm film. FILM ONLY. Cash prizes. No Digital Video. We believe there is magic in seeing a film print projected, a presence a poet has when reading their own work, a feeling that resonates in your chest when seeing music performed live. For these reasons we encourage live film with live additional audio/visual elements. No entry fee.
Monday, July 26, 2010
CALL FOR YOUTUBE VIDEO - July 31, 2010
A Biennial of Creative Video aims to discover and showcase the most exceptional talent working in the ever-expanding realm of online video. Developed by YouTube and the Guggenheim Museum in collaboration with HP, YouTube Play hopes to attract innovative, original, and surprising videos from around the world, regardless of genre, technique, background, or budget. As an affiliate, the ZKM is participating in this project, together with roundabout 25 cultural and educational institutions from 12 countries. This global online initiative is not a search for what's "now," but a search for what's next.
CALL FOR ART FOR SALE - October 10, 2010
Seeking approximately 35 artists in most mediums for the Third Cary Library Art Sale and Soiree (CLASS 3) to be held May 1, 2011, 6:30-9 pm. We will consider ceramics, glass, metal, painting, sculpture, photography, jewelry, wood, drawing, textiles, paper art, and other media. On May 1, the selected artists will exhibit their art for sale in the library and sell their art with 25% going to the library. Those who donate to the silent auction also will have that work exhibited in the library's first floor gallery for the month before and exhibited on the foundation's website. Artist must be currently showing in galleries and/or museums or have done so within the past 5 years.
Cary Memorial Library
1874 Massachusetts Av
Lexington MA 02420
CALL FOR PAPER ENTRIES - November 1, 2010
Americas 2011: Paperworks. Works on or of paper. Cash and purchase awards, solo exhibit for best of show. Juror: Victoria Goro-Rapoport, Kearney, NE.
For prospectus send SASE or web:
Americas 2011: Paperworks
Northwest Art Center
500 University Ave W
Minot ND 58707
Sunday, July 25, 2010
CALL FOR PHOTOBOOKS - October 1, 2010
A juried exhibition of self-published photobooks by photographers that will feature 20 winning books. Four awarded Best in Show will also exhibit up to 4 photographs (depending on size.) An online catalog of winning works, with links to the photographers' websites or online storefronts will remain on the Davis Orton Gallery website for one year. Juror: Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. Ms. Tognarelli is also an avid collector of photography books. Exhibition Dates: November 18 to Dec 19, 2010. Entry fee.
See website for more information and entry form:http://davisortongallery.com
Saturday, July 24, 2010
KANSAS CITY FILM FESTIVAL - September 15, 2010
All filmmakers, anywhere, are invited to submit your short or feature film - drama, comedy, documentary, animation, or experimental work. It must have been completed since January 1, 2009. Entry fee.
SEND your screener (DVD-region 1), check, entry form to:
4826 W 77th Ter
Prairie Village KS 66208-4321http://kcjubilee.org/filmfest-2011/call-for-entries
Friday, July 23, 2010
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - September 1, 2010
This is an invitation to submit a proposal to exhibit at the Benicia Public Library Art Gallery. Exhibits appear for a period of four to six weeks. Exhibitors are responsible for transportation, installation, and removal of exhibits.
Marilyn Citron O’Rourke Art Gallery
Benicia Public Library
150 East L St
Benicia CA 94510
Thursday, July 22, 2010
CURATORIAL OPPORTUNITY IN THE UK - September 6, 2010
The Contemporary Art Society with Southampton City Art Gallery, are inviting proposals from curating and museum studies graduates from across the UK. Starting Point will offer two curators the opportunity to select a small cluster of works from the collection to be installed as part of Southampton City Art Gallery's public programme in 2011.
For full application guidelines:http://www.contemporaryartsociety.org/forthcoming-events/event/future-plan
BOOTLEG DANCE FESTIVAL - September 10, 2010
This is a call for proposals. Seeking applicants from a full range of styles, cultures, and approaches that represent contemporary dance in the world today. Presented by Bootleg Theater to use its excellent venue to promote and present the work of exciting choreographers in Los Angeles County.
GRANTS FOR WASHINGTON DC AREA ARTISTS - September 15, 2010
Visual artists (excluding filmmakers, video artists, and performance artists) are invited to apply for grants to enable recipients to develop their talent and concentrate on their art. Artists must be 40 years or older, and must live within 150 miles of Washington, D.C. Four grants totaling $65,000 were awarded in 2009. Applicants may submit images of their work either on CD or in slide form.
Application forms are available via mail, web, or email:
The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund
5505 Connecticut Av NW #268
Washington DC 20015http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 13, 2010
Professional artists are invited to submit expressions of interest for a permanent, contemporary artwork using elements of water and light in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. This is a national and international competition for a major artwork to mark the designation of Winnipeg as the Cultural Capital of Canada for 2010, a program of the Government of Canada, Department of Canadian Heritage. The budget is $575,000.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
WILD OUTDOOR PHOTO CONTEST - September 30, 2010
Enter the sixth annual Oregon Wild Outdoor Photo Contest! The contest is open to amateur and professional photographers of all ages. We also have a special category just for kids. Prizes will be awarded for the best photos in the following categories: Wildlands, Wildlife, Waters, Endangered Places. Prizes include gift certificates and publicity. There's a children's category. Entry fee.
COMING TOGETHER THROUGH ART - September 24, 2010
is an exhibition of work reflecting the dynamics of multiple perspectives. The Other Side Arts invites its Outreach program participants as well as local artists to explore the idea of creating art through community and relationships. Artists are encouraged to enter work that brings together the strengths and experiences of unique individuals. Work for this show must be collaboratively created by at least two artists. Entry fee.
The Other Side Arts
1644 Platte St
Denver CO 80202
LA AREA PRESCHOOL SEEKS MUSIC TEACHING ARTIST -
A prestigious westside preschool is seeking an experienced music teaching artist to bring high quality, developmentally appropriate and culturally diverse musical experiences to its young students. Four classes a week. Schedule is flexible. Experience and success with engaging young children from 2.5 to 5 years of age is essential and a commitment of at least 6 months is preferred.
Contact, if interested:email@example.com
Monday, July 19, 2010
GRANTS FOR EMERGING ARTS ADMINISTRATORS IN CALIFORNIA - July 31, 2010
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the Next Gen Arts Initiative, which will provide professional development grants up to $1,000 to emerging arts administrators in California through the
Center for Cultural Innovation's Creative Capacity Fund, along with other program activities. California arts administrators between the ages of 18 and 35 who are currently employed by a nonprofit arts organization may be eligible to apply for these new grant resources.
CALL FOR ENTRIES - September 14, 2010
2010 Bay Area Annual Juried Exhibition, Oct 29 - Nov 21, 2010, at Four Juror's Awards of $250 each. Juror, Betti-Sue Hertz, Director of Visual Arts, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. Open to all California artists, all artistic media (no crafts). Send slides or jpegs on CD. Entry fee.
Sanchez Art Center
1220-B Linda Mar Blvd
FLOWER ART COMPETITION - September 30, 2010
With $65,000 in Cash Awards, it's the best opportunity you'll have as an artist this year to win BIG... with Cash Awards, a National Museum Tour, a Fine Art Exhibit Catalog, and more. Entry fee.
PRINTMAKING RESIDENCY PROGRAM - October 1, 2010
The Lower East Side Printshop offers free yearlong studio residencies for emerging artists. The Keyholder Residency includes free 24/7 access to a large shared studio with printmaking facilities, $500 stipend, storage space and basic supplies, exhibition opportunities, educational programming, and support services. Artists from all disciplines are eligible: printmaking skills are recommended but not required, and basic instruction in printmaking is available at no cost.
For more information:
Lower East Side Printshop
306 W 37th St 6th Floor
New York NY 10018
BALLET AUDITIONS FOR MALE & FEMALE DANCERS - July 24, 2010
Seeking male and female dancers for the 2010 Nutcracker season with potential for additional work. Dancers must have strong ballet technique. Women must be strong on pointe, and men must be able to partner. All dancers must be 18 and older. Women 5'2" - 5'8". Soloist, corps de ballet and apprentice contracts available. Performances: December 4-19, 2010 in Claremont and Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Guaranteed weeks of work: 6 weeks (3 weeks rehearsal, 3 weeks performance). Audition Date: Saturday, July 24, 2010, 2:00-5:30 p.m. Audition will include a technique class, men's and women's choreography and partnering. Please bring resume, headshot and dance photo. Call backs to follow.
Inland Pacific Ballet
5050 Arrow Highway
Montclair CA 91763
SWEATER ART COMPETITION - July 30, 2010
The Art of the Sweater; Announcing the Wildethyme Art annual exhibit competition. 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. Proposals welcomed. All entries must be for sale. Entry fee.
CALL FOR VISUALIZED INFORMATION - September 15, 2010
An abundant range of potentialities for visualizing information has emerged. Data is increasingly being used to generate complexity in the design of graphics, packaging, objects, exhibition spaces, interiors, and architecture. Across the allied disciplines, shaping an experience by marrying visual metaphor to information has taken on deeper meaning in our globally connected world. Inducing complexity to frame a particular point of view that connects, addresses, inspires, or confounds can offer new portals into a project. By seeking such complexity, designers engage critical opportunities to define, frame, and focus seen and unseen forces operating across time, space, and context.
CALL FOR SIGNS OF OUR TIMES - September 5, 2010
An online study of signs, especially as means of language or miscommunication. Have you ever been walking, bicycling, driving, sitting in a bus or train and suddenly seen a sign which made you do a double take? or seen a sign whose meaning escaped you or initially gave you pause and then perhaps you comprehended its meaning or didn't? or a sign which made no sense at all? Or a sign that just made you laugh or cry hysterically for some unfathomable reason? This call is about those puzzling/surreal/emotionally evocative signs of our times. "Of our times" is defined as either drawing from your own personal experience/history or the collective's present, near past or imagined future.
For details and further information, please visit:http://www.mobius.org/news/online-call-works-signs-our-times
ANNUAL ARTIST TRADING CARD EXHIBITION - November 1, 2010
This is a display of Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) from local, national, and international participants. Everyone is invited to participate, and all techniques and mediums are welcome. Artist Trading Cards are miniature works of original art measuring 2.5 inches x 3.5 inches that are made to trade. This international art movement is intended to be a non-commercial, non-hierarchical, non-judgemental avenue for artistic exchange. No entry fee.
For more information:
ATC Exhibition Coordinatorhttp://www.richmondartgallery.org/pdfs/ATC_2010_Call_for_Entries.firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, July 18, 2010
UNIVERSITY CALL FOR LARGE SCULPTURE LOANS - September 1, 2010
The University of New Haven is currently seeking submissions of sculptures to be considered for permanent or temporary display at our campus in West Haven, Connecticut. We seek donations or loans of large-scale works in a variety of styles and traditions, from classical and contemporary sculpture to site-specific works in a variety of media. The sculptures will be set outdoors in high-profile areas, will add to the style and attractiveness of our ever-evolving campus, and will garner well-deserved acknowledgement for the artists. The University will incur the costs related to the transport of the works to campus.
University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Road
West Haven CT 06516
Saturday, July 17, 2010
VIMEO FESTIVAL AND AWARDS - July 31, 2010
Join us this fall as we celebrate the most innovative and creative films and videos online, Vimeo-style. The Vimeo Festival and Awards will kick off with a preview event in Amsterdam on September 10; followed by a two-day festival on October 8-9, in New York City. Vimeo will bring the realm of online video to life with screenings, workshops, parties, and more - it's going to be a blast! To top it off, we're honoring the best of the best in several categories at our very own Awards ceremony, and you could be a winner. The grand prize is $25,000.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
CALL FOR FREEDOM RIDES THEMED ART - September 1, 2010
For the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Rides in May 2011, the Alabama Historical Commission and the Alabama State Council on the Arts seek to select artists to create works of art that will commemorate, tell the story, and/or inform viewers about the history and importance of the 1961 Freedom Rides and the power of non-violent protest. We seek artists who are native to or working in areas along the Freedom Rides route—from Washington, D.C. and Nashville, Tenn. to Jackson, Miss. - or whose body of work addresses the struggle for equal rights in America. There will be an honorarium for selected artists, whose work will be on exhibit in the building for a year. Juror: Georgine Clarke, Visual Arts Program Manager, Alabama State Council on the Arts.
CALL FOR FIBER ART DOLLS - September 27, 2010
Textile Center Joan Mondale Gallery invites artists to submit their original art dolls for juror consideration into 'Figuratively Fiber'. This exhibition seeks figurative (specifically human-like), three-dimensional work that highlights the contributions of textile materials and techniques to the genre of art dolls. The gallery is looking for pieces that demonstrate imagination and exceptional craftsmanship. Artistic emphasis can be placed on any aspect of the work including the form, features, clothing, etc. This exhibition will be juried by Jodi and Richard Creager.
Complete details and entry form:
3000 University Ave SE
Minneapolis MN 55414
MID-STATES EXHIBITION CALL FOR ENTRIES - September 19, 2010
Over $7,000 in purchase and merit awards will be available. Open to any artist residing in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, or Tennessee. All work must be original, completed within the last three years, and not previously exhibited in the Mid-States Art Exhibition. The competition is open to the following categories: Painting, Drawing, Graphic Arts, Collage, Sculpture and Mixed Media. No photography is accepted.
For a prospectus:
411 SE Riverside Dr
Evansville IN 47713
SMALL WONDERS NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - September 15, 2010
All artists residing in the United States and Canada are invited to enter its Small Wonders National Juried Exhibition. This is the MFA's sixth exhibition of small works. Any two or three dimensional artwork will be considered. All artwork may not exceed 11" in any dimension. The works selected will be exhibited from Dec 1 - Dec 28, 2010. Juror: Julie Cavnor, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD. Awards totaling $1000. Digital submissions only. Entry Fee.
For prospectus please send SASE to:
MFA Circle Gallery
18 State Circle
Annapolis MD 21401
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - July 30, 2010
General Growth Properties, under the guidance of the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance, is issuing an open Call-to-Artists for a privately commissioned Public Art project to be incorporated into the new public plaza centrally located within the recently opened lifestyle expansion at Tucson Mall. Artists are invited to submit qualifications for a large scale project(s) on site of the new Tucson Mall Plaza area located between the free standing Cheesecake Factory and R.E.I. buildings.
CALL FOR "SIGNS OF PROGRESS" THEMED ART - July 20, 2010
Artists frequently point the way to the future with their work. Or interpret the past. They document change in their own unique creative context. That's because artists see things in a different way. For this exhibit, we ask that you take a look at what most people see, flip it on its head, and create a submission that interprets our theme, Signs of Progress (Or Not). YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO SUBMIT if you are an emerging or established artist creating original works in any media, including painting, mixed media, assemblage, video, traditional or digital photography. Entry fee.
Austin Details Art
106 E 8th
Austin TX 78701
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 7, 2010
The North Carolina Arts Council seeks to commission an artist or artist team to create site-specific, outdoor artwork which offers seating for greenway trail users and interprets, commemorates, and celebrates the history, heritage, culture, and landscape of Happy Valley, a picturesque rural region of the Yadkin River Valley spanning Caldwell and Wilkes Counties in Northwestern North Carolina. BUDGET: $60,000.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 7, 2010
The North Carolina Arts Council seeks to commission artists for two park-sited public art projects, each of which will become a centerpiece of cultural tourism trails celebrating the state’s rich history, creative heritage, and contemporary artistic practices. Applicant artists must be U.S. citizens or legal residents aged eighteen years or older. Artists may apply to both RFQs, but they must submit two separate application packages. BUDGET: $100,000.
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
CALL FOR "NATURAL" SCULPTURE - April 8, 2011
"Natural Formulations" is a jury exhibition showcasing sculpture in a natural contemporary form. The annual exhibition of sculpture will exemplify the evolution of sculpture over the last 20 years. Sculpture (not more than 50 pounds or two feet in any direction), in any natural form from any material will be considered. All work must be for sale. Best of Show Award.
Gateway Regional Arts Center
Mount Sterling, KY
CALL FOR MOSAIC ART - November 16, 2010
"Bits and Pieces" is a juried exhibition showcasing the ancient artistic medium of mosaics in a contemporary form. An annual exhibition of mosaic art which exemplifies the evolution of this reflective art over the last 20 years. Panels, furniture, framed work, sculpture (not more than 50 pounds or two feet in any direction), vases or boxes will be considered. All work must be for sale. Best of Show Award. Entry fee.
Gateway Regional Arts Center
Mount Sterling, KY
CALL FOR CERAMIC ENTRIES - November 10, 2010
Magic Dirt. At the Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries, Old Dominion University
January 15 - February 20, 2011, reception, Friday, Jan, 21, 2011. This exhibition juried is designed to showcase innovative contemporary ceramic sculpture and functional vessels. Entry fee.
CALL FOR EMBRACING OUR DIFFERENCES ART - January 10, 2011
8th Annual Embracing Our Differences invites submissions for its outdoor art exhibit celebrating diversity. National and international submissions are encouraged. 45 artists will be selected for the exhibit. The Embracing Our Differences exhibit will be displayed throughout April and May 2011 along Sarasota's bayfront. A total of $3,000 in awards will be presented. There is no submission fee nor limit on the number of entries.
Submission forms and more information:http://www.EmbracingOurDifferences.orgMichaelJShelton@comcast.net
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
HOLIDAY ARTISAN EXHIBITION AND GIFT MARKET - November 2, 2010
Brightly displayed original, Artisan handcrafted gifts, crowds with smiling faces and Holiday cheer describe the Holiday Artisan Gift Market Exhibition. Art in the following mediums, style or size, either two- or three-dimensional, will be considered: paintings, hand made ceramics, wearable textiles, textile art, gold, silver and beaded jewelry, sculpture (not more than 50 pounds or two feet in any direction), photography, quilts, function-able textiles (place-mats, napkins, etc.), baskets, stained glass, mosaics, blown and fused glass, traditional and contemporary folk craft, wooden toys and furniture. Entry fee.
Gateway Regional Arts Center
Mount Sterling, KY
INTERNATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION - October 10, 2010
The Artway Prize is an International annual juried competition that seeks to discover painters, sketch artists, photographers and digital artists from around the world and give them the opportunity to exhibit in London. The prize will be awarded at a black tie event held at a prestigious gallery in North London. First Prize - 500 pounds plus a live exhibition; Second Prize - 250 pounds plus a live exhibition; Third Prize - 100 pounds plus a live exhibition. Entry fee.
Monday, July 12, 2010
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - July 23, 2010
The Home Ranch Building is a welcoming facility and public parking area for the Town of Jackson WY. The Public Art Taskforce is delighted to announce a call for artists or artist groups to create a public art project for the Home Ranch Building to distinguish it as a gateway to the Town of Jackson. The Public Art Taskforce welcomes submission from artists in Wyoming, Colorado, Montana, Utah and Idaho.
Public Art Coordinator
Sunday, July 11, 2010
CALL FOR "ECONOMY OF GESTURE" THEMED ART - July 31, 2010
We are looking for three new collaborators to engage with the project and create sign content – a word, phrase, design or similar. If selected, we will produce your sign using standard vinyl letters on black coroplast and pair you with a professional sign spinner to develop its physical life. Performances will be documented on the project blog and youtube account.
Saturday, July 10, 2010
2011 JURIED GROUP EXHIBIT "NEXT" - September 1, 2010
Open to all artists 18 years or older working in Drawings, paintings, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installations, video/film, site specific, and mixed media.
Media not accepted: wearable art (clothing or jewelry). Best of Show receives gallery representation, and a Solo Exhibit. Opening Reception Feb 12 - March 12, 2011. Entry fee.
Galleri Urbane Marfa
CURATED GROUP EXHIBITION SEEKS PROPOSALS - October 6, 2010
Seeking works by artists whose requests for the participation of others is a key element of their work. Entry fee.
Athens Institute for Contemporary Art
160 Tracy St Unit 4
Athens GA 30601http://www.athica.org/callforentries.php
JEWISH WOMEN'S AND GENDER STUDIES RESIDENCY - October 1, 2010
The HBI (Hadassah-Brandeis Institute) is now accepting applications for our 2011 Artist-in-Residence Program. This residency provides artists the opportunity to be in residence at Brandeis University while working on a significant artistic project in the field of Jewish women's and gender studies, and to produce an exhibit for the Kniznick Gallery at the Women's Studies Research Center (WSRC) at Brandeis University. The residency will be 3 - 4 weeks in length, and will take place in March. The exhibit will immediately follow and be on view for a minimum of 8 weeks.
For further information contact:
Hadassah-Brandeis Institute MS 079
Waltham MA 02454http://email@example.com
LA CHOREOGRAPHERS & DANCERS - July 11 & 18, 2010
Experienced Male and Female Dancers, all ethnic types, for paid performances and teaching activities with Louise Reichlin & Dancers for the 10-11 season. Rehearsal honorarium. Dancers should have strong modern, ballet and jazz background, strong stage presence, expressiveness, musicality, and technique. Floor work important. One female part is on point, and she must also be strong in contemporary. All ethnic types. Season begins in July.
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CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 1, 2010
This RFQ is one of two concurrent public art calls to artists related to the African American Music Trail in Kinston, but commissioned by two different agencies. This Kinston Community Council for the Arts RFQ refers only to the Pearson Park bandstand project, not to the separate All-America Park RFQ, which is under the auspices of the North Carolina Arts Council. Artists may apply to both RFQs, but separate applications are required. BUDGET: $65,000.
For more information:
Kinston Community Council for the Arts
SEEKING APPRENTICE DANCER FOR FALL SEASON - July 11, 2010Lineage Dance is seeking one company and/or apprentice dancer for its 2010 Fall Season. Dance
Lineage Dance is seeking one company and/or apprentice dancer for its 2010 Fall Season. Dancers must have strong ballet and modern technique. Open audition will be held at the Lineage Performing Arts Center (89 S. Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105) at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday July 11. Must be at least 18 years old. Please bring photo and resume.
For more information contact:
PROVINCETOWN ART INTERNSHIPS
Unpaid internships may be customized to take advantage of the strengths and interests of the individual intern. Valued attributes of qualifying interns include the ability to: pitch in and help in varied circumstances; operate intelligently, responsibly and independently; and maintain a sense of humor. Knowledge of Excel, Word, PageMaker and/or In Design helpful. You will gain a hands on, working knowledge of the logistics and organization of seasonal educational programming at a century old New England art museum and art association.
LOWF Museum School at PAAM
460 Commercial St
Provincetown MA 02657
ANNUAL JURIED FINE ARTS EXHIBITION - July 30, 2010
A new format for entry will require that all works must be digitally photographed and registered online. The exhibition is open to all Michigan residents 18 years and older and/or members of CTAC. Works may be all media except those based primarily on the photographic process. Crooked Tree Arts Center presents a separate juried exhibition running from January through March based solely on photography. Entry fee.
For More information:
Crooked Tree Arts Center
461 E Mitchell St
Petoskey MI 49770
CALL FOR INNOVATIVE VISUAL ART - September 1, 2010
Open to all artists working in all media, this exhibition is devoted to showcasing international entries of cutting-edge visual art. Artists are invited to apply to exhibit recent work produced after 2008. Fredric Snitzer will choose the winning selections for prizes in cash and in kind. This exhibition is presented by the Armory Art Center, a visual arts education and exhibition center and a champion for the visual arts for 23 years. All work must be For Sale. Entry fee.
The Armory Art Center
1700 Parker Av
West Palm Beach FL 33401http://www.ArmoryArt.Org
Friday, July 09, 2010
CALL FOR WILD AND SCENIC FILMS - September 30, 2010
We showcase environmental and adventure films that illustrate the Earth’s beauty, the challenges facing our planet, and the work communities are doing to protect and heal the environment. Submit your environmental and adventure films that educate, motivate, inspire. Prizes awarded and filmmakers are invited to attend this wonderful festival located in the most beautiful of America's towns - Nevada City, California. We accept: features, documentaries, narratives, shorts and animation. Festival highlights include seven screens, workshops, filmmaker and special speakers, parties, art show, wine stroll, awards and more. Entry fee.
Film Festival Producer
216 Main St
Nevada City CA 95959
CALL FOR FILMS FOR CHILDREN - July 30, 2010
MARZA's company vision is to produce: "Delightful stories for children all over the world!" MARZA aims to produce feature-length CGI animated films, based on original stories, for global distribution. We are looking for original and entertaining stories for children and families with contemporary themes and positive messages, set in any culture or period. The competition is open to both professional and unpublished writers.
CALL FOR SHORT & FEATURE FILM SCRIPTS - July 30, 2010
Festival & awards ceremony recently televised on RTL Germany's top national broadcaster & BBC World headline news. Festival inaugurated in 2003.
CALL FOR ENTRIES - July 16, 2010
The DCCA is committed to providing artist members with exhibition opportunities in its 7 modern galleries. The DCCA is non-collecting museum housed in a renovated industrial building in the growing Riverfront area in Wilmington, DE. Hundreds of artist members have shown new bodies of work made specifically for their solo shows at the DCCA as well as site-specific installations. Artists working in all media are encouraged to apply.
CALL FOR BOOK ART ENTRIES - September 17, 2010
"The Book: A Contemporary View" is an exhibition that explores the book in contemporary art. It will be on view at the DCCA from December 22, 2010—April 17, 2011. This exhibition will look at the different approaches to the book taken by contemporary artists. These approaches include artist-made books, pop-up books, comic books, graphic novels, and both three-dimensional and two-dimensional artworks that explore and stretch definitions of the "book." The DCCA is searching for artists who want to make proposals for works, including installations, or from those who already have works that are relevant to the topic.
Thursday, July 08, 2010
HOYT MID ATLANTIC JURIED ART COMPETITION - July 23, 2010
Held Sep 28-Oct 29, 2010. Open to artists 21 and over living in the Mid Atlantic States: DE, MD, NJ, NY, OH, PA, VA, W.VA, and Washington DC working in 2D and 3D media. Cash prizes of $1,500. Entry by slide or digital images on CD. Entr fee. Juror: Paola Morsiani, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
For a prospectus:
Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts
New Castle PA 16101
CALL FOR OIL SPILL THEMED ART - July 20, 2010
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico frames this group exhibition, which invites artists and designers from around the world to address the theme of sustainability. Presented by Transnational Temps and hosted by MediaNoche, the exhibition will take place from July 30 - September 14th at the Park Ave. / 102nd Street gallery in Manhattan. Submissions are to be handled through the online site. Because digitization is a central cost-saving strategy, the focus of the exhibition will be on that's easily adapted to this form, including interactive media, video, and printable poster graphics. Works will also, optionally, be shown online through the exhibition's website.
Wednesday, July 07, 2010
INTERNATIONAL CALL TO ARTISTS - September 1, 2010
Accepting all forms of figurative artwork. Artists are welcome to submit artwork that is traditional as well as work that is representational or pushes the boundaries of what is figurative. There is not a quota on the number of specific media such as oil, watercolor, pastel, photography, sculpture or any other discipline of art. AWARDS: $2,200 USD Total Value. Entry fee.
MASSACHUSETTS GALLERY SEEKS EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - October 1, 2010
Exhibition Proposals for 2011-12. Seeking proposals for the Bancroft Gallery. Group or themed shows preferred.
South Shore Art Center
119 Ripley Road
Cohasset MA 02025
CALL FOR BOOK ARTISTS & BOOKE THEMED ART - July 12, 2010
The Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair invites book artists, printmakers, papermakers, fine printers, book and print publishing organizations, toolmakers and fine booksellers to apply to exhibit at the 11th Biennial Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair and Conference. This three day event will connect international artists, scholars, collectors, publishers, and art lovers and feature a dynamic array of innovative book art, limited edition prints, fine papers, and specialty tools along with a rich program of notable speakers, documentary screenings, demonstrations, and special exhibitions.
For more information:http://www.pyramidatlanticbookartsfair.org
AOL 25 CREATIVE THINKERS GRANTS - September 1, 2010
We are awarding twenty-five, $25,000 grants to tomorrow's ground breakers and visionaries—individuals with a creative spark to ignite. 25 for 25 is a call to journalists, artists and innovators who believe in the power of ideas. The AOL Grant Program (25 for 25) is part of AOL's Project on Creativity, launched during AOL's 25th Anniversary year. We want to connect, empower, and support the next generation of creative thinkers. Inspired by Chuck Close's philanthropic work in art and arts education, we will be awarding grants to tomorrow's brilliant creators. We've assembled a distinguished 25 for 25 Advisory Board who will serve as a jury for the AOL Grant Program. The board will include Chuck Close, Andy Spade, Tim Armstrong as well as experts from an array of fields in art and journalism.
BERENICE ABBOT EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHER PRIZE - July 17, 2010
An emerging photographer who has an accomplished body of work that has not been widely exhibited or published will receive an all expenses paid one-person exhibition at the Julia Dean Gallery at Venice Beach, California, and a Canon EOS Digital SLR Camera. The prize includes:• All exhibit prints made by A&I Photographic and Digital Services in Los Angeles (winner has the option of printing his/her own work); All matting and framing of prints; Invitations and Opening Reception at the Julia Dean Gallery in September 2008; Airfare to Los Angeles for the exhibit opening; Hotel for three nights; Transportation to and from the airport; Return of work after exhibit ends. Juror: Carol McCusker, Photography Curator, Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA.
For more information and prospectus:
Berenice Abbot Prize Contest
The Julia Dean Photo Workshops
801 Ocean Front Walk Studio 8
Venice CA 90291http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, July 06, 2010
INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR DIGITAL ART - October 15, 2010
Accepting all styles of digital art, artwork that is produced using digital technologies. Including but not limited to collage, surreal, neo-surreal, digital painting, fantasy, realistic, and more. We are unable to accept 3D graphics, animation, or video for this exhibit. AWARDS: $2,200 USD Total Value. Entry fee.
CALL FOR MOSAIC ARTISTS - July 25, 2010
Tesserae: The Art of Mosaic. An exhibition designed to highlight this incredibly rich and diverse medium. Juror: Sherri Warner Hunter. Awards. Entry Fee.
Complete details and entry form:
2nd City Council Art Gallery + Performance Space
435 Alamitos Av
Long Beach CA 90802
SPOTLIGHT ON VIDEO ART - September 30, 2010
Are your videos more than a documentary? More than entertainment? More than fun and games with family and friends? Visual Overture Magazine is accepting submissions for a special section of the magazine called “Spotlight on Video Art,” to be included in the Winter 2010 issue, which will feature the work of one serious emerging videographer whose work is fine art. Materials to Submit: 2-3 videos, 500 word essay describing why your video work can be classified as fine art.
FEATURED EMERGING ARTISTS - September 30, 2010
Calling emerging artists everywhere! Visual Overture Magazine, a quarterly exhibition-in-print publication, is now accepting entries for the "Featured Emerging Artists" to be presented in the Winter 2010 issue. The juror, Dan Addington, will select 7 artists for feature in publication. Selected artists are presented on two pages of magazine and receive 3 complimentary copies of issue in which they are featured. This is an excellent opportunity for under-represented artists to connect with galleries, curators, and collectors! Accepted Genres: Sculpture, Metals, Textiles, Photography, Mixed media, Painting, Drawing, Video art, Digital art, Printmaking, and Installation.
CALL FOR GEORGIA ARTISTS - September 1, 2010
Addo Gallery is currently taking Georgia artists submissions for upcoming exhibitions. We are philanthropic as every exhibit benefits a local non-profit. We are searching for talented established or emerging artists who would be interested in showing with the gallery and giving to the community. All mediums may submit to the gallery. No cash prizes. No entry fee
Saturday, July 03, 2010
TV AD REMAKE CONTEST - December 22, 2010
Open call for video submissions with an opportunity to win $2,000. Commercials may or may not be the most creative thing on TV or the Internet, but we know you can make them better. Take any broadcast commercial, cut it, dub it, repeat it, or flip it and make it art for an upcoming apexart exhibition that will be on view from November 10 - December 22, 2010.
NIHILIST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL - September 15, 2010
Festival Director Elisha Shapiro says, “If your film mocks everything that’s holy and tramples on our most cherished beliefs, where are you going to send it? Only one place…The Nihilist Film Festival.” If you are a filmmaker who wants to be part of the fun, Shapiro hopes you will send your entry to the twelfth edition of the Nihilist Film Festival. The festival will be presented in December at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles again this year in December. No entry fee.
Nihilist Film Festival
Los Angeles CA 90036http://email@example.com
NATIONAL RIVER ROAD ART SHOW - September 17, 2010
Cash prizes of $3,000 and additional merchandise awards. All United States artists 18 years and older are invited to submit any original two-dimensional art except photography or digitally-created/enhanced works. Entry fee.
Louisiana Art and Artists' Guild
Baton Rouge, Louisianahttp://www.laag-site.org/River_Road_Show.firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, July 02, 2010
SCREENWRITING COMPETITION - July 30, 2010
THE GRAND PRIZE WINNER RECEIVES $10,000 cash plus development notes, a professionally recorded audio version of their entire script from iScript, a John Truby Genre DVD, a gift certificate to the Writer’s Store and more than $1000 in prizes that all top 20 feature writers receive: A seat in the week-long Champion Lab with Jim Mercurio, 10 pitches from VirtualPitchFest.com, A 15-minute recorded audio version of an excerpt of their screenplay from iScript, Two career coaching sessions with Rhona Berens‚ Ph.D., A year-long membership to itsonthegrid.com.
ROME PRIZE 2011 - November 1, 2010
The American Academy in Rome invites applications for the Rome Prize competition. One of the leading overseas centers for independent study and advanced research in the arts and the humanities, the Academy offers up to thirty fellowships for periods ranging from six months to two years. Rome Prize winners reside at the Academy’s eleven-acre center in Rome and receive room and board, a study or studio, and a stipend. Stipends for six-month fellowships are $13,000 and stipends for eleven-month fellowships are $30,000.
For more information:
American Academy in Rome
7 East 60 St
New York NY 10022
DAYTON GALLERY CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - September 10, 2010
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that encourages working artists, DVAC mounts 12 to 18 exhibits each year and provides educational programs/activities for anyone who has an interest in the visual arts. Open to all artists 18+. Original work in all media; Open to artists and curators. Criteria: quality, diversity, interaction with community. Entry fee.
For complete prospectus see web or send SASE to:
Dayton Visual Arts Center
118 N Jefferson St
Dayton OH 45402
Thursday, July 01, 2010
NATIONAL JURIED FIGURATIVE EXHIBITION - September 21, 2010
This exhibition not limited to the traditional/contemporary aspects of the human forms, conditions, interactions, and abstractions of the human body. "Figuratively Speaking" includes figuration in contemporary design in terms of shapes, lines, and colors. Best of Show (Solo Show), 3 Merit Awards (Group Show), 3 Honorable Mentions, cash prizes. Entry fee.
For application/more information:http://email@example.com
SUMMER CAMP MOVEMENT TEACHER - July 7, 2010
A Noise Within, California's Home for The Classics, seeks a movement teacher for a 3-week day camp program "Summer With Shakespeare" starting July 7. The Movement Teacher is a vital part of our team, which collectively leads a group of approximately 25 students ages 10-15 in courses leading to a presentation of the monologues and scenes of William Shakespeare. 8 hours total, $35 per hour. This last-minute position has become available due to a staff emergency, and must be filled as soon as possible.
Please, no calls. Please send cover letter and resume for consideration to:
A Noise Withinhttp://firstname.lastname@example.org
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY COMPETITION - November 1, 2010
Over $15,000 in cash & prizes, Hollywood Management Representation and exposure to over 300 high level agents, managers, producers and development executives to be won! Every entrant receives free feedback worth the cost of entry alone. 10% of the competition goes directly to charity and we let you vote for charity of your choice. Entry fee.
7119 W Sunset Blvd #153
Hollywood CA 90046http://email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION - October 6, 2010
ISC accepts entries from amateur and professional songwriters, artists, and musicians. More than $150,000 in cash and prizes will be shared among the 65 winners, including an overall Grand Prize of $25,000 (US) cash and $20,000 in music equipment, services, and more. Enter online with mp3s or mail in your songs (CD, tape, or DVD for music video entries). Entering ISC is easy. All you need to do is fill out an entry form and send us your songs!
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION - July 30, 2010
TPS is now accepting entries for TIC: 19 from amateur and professional photographers by July 30, 2010. $1300 in cash prizes. Katherine Ware of New Mexico Museum of Art will be the juror. The exhibit will open at the A Smith Gallery in Johnson City on October 23, 2010 as a part of PHOTOTexas. Entry fee.
To enter the show:http://texasphoto.org/TPS19_TIC.html