Tuesday, August 31, 2010
"EYE MEETS EAR" THEMED VISUAL ARTS COMPETITION - November 1, 2010
The Milken Archive in collaboration with the Foundation for Jewish Culture presents Eye Meets Ear: a visual arts competition to select 20 works in any visual medium as cover art for 20 themed volumes of music in the Milken Archive's new virtual museum. 20 prizes of $2,000 each will be awarded, and many more artworks will receive exposure at www.milkenarchive.org. Works in any visual medium from all artists ages 18-39 are welcome.
To apply via web (call or email with questions):
Monday, August 30, 2010
LITERARY JOURNAL SEEKS ARTWORK - October 31, 2010
Award winning literary journal seeks artwork for its two 2011 issues. Send a CD with your work saved as a high-contrast black & white or color PDF file. Include your name, address, phone number, email address and title of the work, and please include an SASE of sufficient size and with sufficient postage for return of work. SASE's with insufficient postage will be used for notification only. Artwork is considered during the reading period. Previously unpublished work only. Inkwell pays $150 for cover art, $20 per printed page and 2 complimentary copies. Publishes approx. 8 pages per issue.
Mail all submissions to:
2900 Purchase St Box 1379
Purchase NY 10577
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER & PDN PHOTO CONTEST - September 7, 2010
World in Focus. You can win some AMAZING trips, an expedition, workshop, and gear, not to
mention incredible exposure in the winners gallery. Again this year, Traveler is partnering with Photo District News (PDN), the award-winning magazine for professional photographers, to administer the ultimate travel photo contest, World in Focus. Entrants may choose between two levels of competition: amateur, judged by Traveler editors, and
professional, chosen by PDN judges. Send us your portraits, places, and moments that make our world so worth exploring.
NATIONAL DOG POSTER COMPETITION - October 15. 2010
This Competition is open to entrants worldwide, eighteen (18) years of age or older as of the date of their entry. All eligible entries received will be judged in a Preliminary Round according to the following criteria: (1) 50% on the artistic merit including creativity and originality demonstrated in the submitted entry and (2) 50% on the adherence to and the ability of the artwork to depict and capture the essence of the theme "The Wonderful World of Purebred Dogs". $3,000 for first place winner.
AKC / EUKANUBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP POSTER COMPETITION
Attn: Gina Lash
The American Kennel Club
260 Madison Av
New York NY 10016http://email@example.com
CALL FOR FILMS ABOUT EMOTION - September 15, 2010
Lowave is searching for experimental films from European and Asian artists on the topic of melancholy, fear, anger, fanaticism, isolation, madness, euphoria, courage, desire, and mono no aware. We are looking for works that present the human figure on the screen, maximal duration 20 min.
Send preview copies to:
14 rue Taylor
HORS PISTES FILM FESTIVAL CALL FOR ENTRIES - October 15, 2010
This is a showcase of unique and innovative video works, films and performances that move away from traditional genres to blend fiction with documentary, contemporary art and experimental formats. Any international 20-65 minute length work completed after January 2009 is eligible for entry.
Send your preview copies to:
75191 Paris CEDEX 04
CALL FOR "VISUAL TERRITORY" THEMED ART - October 15, 2010
A juried exhibit exploring the intimate territories of personal experience and the global landscapes of place and environment. Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS. Exhibition: February 4 - March 4, 2010. $500 Mission Clay Purchase Award; $500; Juror's Selection Award; 1st Prize Sole Exhibition; $100 Honorable Mention Award.
FICTION WRITING CONTEST - September 24, 2010
The fictional short-story must star you as the protagonist. Make it as unrealistic as you want, but it must be coherent. All content must be original. You must be a registered user on cavewriters.com in order to participate in the contest. Prize: $150 (Canadian). Featured Author position on Cavewriters.com. The top 3 stories will be featured on the site.
SIXTH ANNUAL OPEN-DOOR EXHIBITION - September 30, 2010
This is the only chance for non-member artists to showcase their work in the gallery. Typically, the Open Door exhibition is reviewed and receives extensive press coverage. This is an excellent opportunity to exhibit artwork in one of Minneapolis’s premiere commercial gallery spaces. All media are accepted: there are no guidelines set for subject matter, medium or style, and the show is open to anyone throughout the world.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
HOUSTON FINE ARTS FESTIVAL - October 29, 2010
Nestled in Houston’s most prestigious park, the Festival is conveniently located five miles from Downtown, two miles from the famous Galleria area and neighbors alongside the elegant residential communities of River Oaks, and Memorial. The Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park is an art lover's delight. Juried at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston by an invited panel of artists, collectors and industry professionals. Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park has a demonstrated history in strong sales for artists.
VENICE CA FILM FESTIVAL SEEKS VOLUNTEERS - October 29, 2010
The Electric Lodge in Venice needs volunteers for its Green Screen Film Festival and EcoFest street fair October 29th-31st 2010. We are currently looking for people to help with the preparation of the festival (soliciting vendors, donations, and performance acts, as well as general promotion of the event). In lieu of payment, for each hour worked volunteers will receive a $12.50 credit towards rental of space at the Electric Lodge (including the basement classroom, dance studio, or black box theatre).
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 10, 2010
Seeking an artist to develop a proposal for the design and artistic programming of the Dorothy Day Center landscape in downtown Saint Paul. The artist will submit a proposal for the Dorothy Day landscape and its artistic programming based upon insights gleaned from this in-depth exploration. The proposal may include design of the shape and form of the land, amenities and expressive/interpretive elements in multiple media (including text and sound) integrated into the site, and provision for artistic programming.
Public Art Saint Paul
CALL FOR WORKS OF ART IN ANY MEDIUM - September 30, 2010
Seeking submissions for our October event held in Downtown Pleasanton, California, an affluent setting with thousands of potential collectors visiting the monthly 3rd Thursdays Art Walk. All submissions receive exposure through our custom and highly visible online gallery with a chance at representation in one of the many participating downtown merchants. Submit your work as one of our Artist Silver Members and receive a free upgrade to Artist Gold member level and a 90 day online exhibition and twelve-image gallery.
PLAYGROUND FOR ARTIST PROPOSALS - September 21, 2010
NO STANDARTS project offers an opportunity to New Media artists and collectives to meet new public and present their multimedia creations in non standard places such as cafés, bookstores, public spaces, cinemas, schools, swimming pools and more. NO STANDARTS is permanently seeking for the emerging interactions between live cinema, music technology, new media art, interactive and immersive audio-visual performance using real time technologies through live audio-visual performance, in-situ video mapping, architectural video mapping, temporary audio-visual Installation, experimental performance, etc.
Send a description of your project to:firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - October 1, 2010
The Tamarac Public Art Committee is seeking to commission an artist or artist team to create flooring and seating at the Tamarac Municipal Complex located at 7525 NW 88 Avenue, Tamarac, Florida, 33321. The Municipal Complex is the governmental center of the City. It contains administrative offices, meeting rooms and the City Commission Chambers. The artwork is to be placed within designated areas in City Hall's main receiving area known as the Atrium. Entry fee.
SKODA PRIZE FOR INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART - September 30, 2010
The prize carries an award of Rs 10,00,000 [Rupees one million]. It seeks to recognize and reward the finest Indian contemporary artist. As an artist, you are free to nominate yourself for The SKODA Prize. To qualify for the prize this year, artists will need to have had a solo show between 1st May 2009 and 30th April 2010 in India. All Indian citizens under the age of 45, as of 1st May 2010 are eligible for consideration. Any medium is acceptable, including but not limited to painting, sculpture, video, photography, installation and performance. Artists can be nominated by their galleries or apply themselves. Any application on behalf of an artist will need to be accompanied by a note of consent signed by the artist. No entry fee.
Saturday, August 28, 2010
FAIR TRADE ARTISANS ART COMPETITION - October 1, 2010
Trash to Treasure is the theme and $500 is up for grabs! Artists will incorporate long strips of the discarded label paper Gifts With Humanity used last year in an artistic expression (sculptor, canvas, pottery, film, dance, stage, sound, written, flash mob, etc.). The art will be displayed via Facebook for popular vote. The winning artist will receive a $400 shopping spree and the second place artist will receive a $100 shopping spree at GiftsWithHumanity.com. We hope this goes a long way to finance their Christmas. Both artists will also enjoy the title of 2010 Fair Trade Art Ambassador. Each artist will be supplied with approximately 500 yards of label paper. It is just over 4 inches wide and pieces range from a few feet to hundreds of feet long.
Entry information and competition details:http://www.GiftsWithHumanity.net/art
CALL FOR WEARABLE ART - December 12, 2010
All initial entries are juried by digital images. Accepted gallery entries are judged for award from actual works in late February 2011. Cash prizes to gallery winners in garments, accessories, jewelry, and best of show. As a benefit for domestic violence programs of the YWCA Pierce County, RAGS retains 33% of sales in Marketplace; 40% of sales in Gallery. Entry fee.
For prospectus call, see web, or send an SASE to:
YWCA RAGS Guild
Tacoma WA 98402
Friday, August 27, 2010
PHOTOGRAPHER'S FELLOWSHIP FUND - September 20, 2010
One $2,500 fellowship will be awarded to a regional artist working in photography by guest juror, Laurel Ptak, of iheartphotograph.com.
Center for Photography at Woodstock
ARTS ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP - October 1, 2010
Applications accepted on a rolling basis. See the website for more information regarding this and other opportunities at CPW.
Center for Photography at Woodstock
HEREART 2011 CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - October 13, 2010
HERE has been one of New York's most prolific producing organizations since 1993, and today, stands at the forefront of the city's presenters of daring new hybrid art. HEREart provides emerging and early career visual artists and curators access to space at an active, well-located multi-arts center. We focus on exhibitions that creatively work with our unique spaces and engage audiences with artwork that is specially curated to function within a busy environment. HERE is currently accepting submission for HEREart's 2011 exhibitions.
CALL FOR "ESCAPISM" THEMED ART AND WRITING - September 26, 2010
We accept all types of art and writing from Young Adults (ages 18-30) who have a mental illness. The painted brain is a peer-driven media and outreach campaign to eradicate the stigma of mental illness, to foster social development and to create a community of young adults. We are a project of community partners.
For information on how to submit, or for any questions, please contact:
The Painted Brain
1335 Willow St
Los Angeles CA 90013
LOS ANGELES WOMEN'S THEATRE FESTIVAL - December 31, 2010
Seeking female solo performers of all ethnicities and ages with original performance pieces: actors, performance artist, dancers, comedians, storytellers, singers, and performance poets from throughout the world. Send LAWTF your DVD depicting the entire and exact program under consideration for the Festival (cued to 10 minute viewing segment of your entire piece). Your submission must be clear and audible for viewing. Please do not send audition tapes with only a collage of your performances. We must see a real time excerpt of your work. Up to 30 minutes of solo works may be performed in the Festival. Entry fee.
Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival
11411 Cumpston St Suite 204
North Hollywood CA 91601http://email@example.com
CRAFT WORKSHOP ART COMPETITION - November 15, 2010
"Repetition" is the theme. Craft Workshop is dedicated to arts education and awareness through inspiration, participation, and grants. This call to artists of all disciplines requests submission of entries in studio/categories in Design, Drawing, Illustration/Graphic, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Writing, and an "Open" studio. Awards: $TBD and inclusion in Craft Workshop's bi-monthly publication.
For additional information:http://www.craftworkshop.org
SPEED RACER INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION - October 31, 2010
This is a call to all artists of all ages. Winning entries will be eligible for sales representation, publication as a limited edition print and perhaps even be licensed for use on products and apparel. Jurors: Caradoc Ehrenhalt & Sonce Leroux. Art categories: Painting, Drawing, Photography, Digital, Print (etching, lithograph, silkscreen, linoleum cut, woodcut, monotype...), Sculpture and Video. Entry fee.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ART AWARDS - December 1, 2010
The Spotlight Awards is a nationally-acclaimed scholarship and arts training program for Southern California high school students in the performing and visual arts. Open to all students who are enrolled in high school, approved independent study or home school programs in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange and San Diego Counties. $5000 Grand Prize.
DIAVOLO DANCE COMPANY SEEKS DANCERS - September 11, 2010
Come and audition for the premiere dance company in Los Angeles, Diavolo Dance Theater. We are seeking male and female artists to join us for upcoming national and international tour dates. The audition will be held on Saturday, September 11, 2010, promptly at 10am. Bring athletic shoes, knee pads, plenty of water and snacks. Must not be afraid of heights.
616 Moulton Av
Los Angeles CA 90031http://www.Diavolo.firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - November 30, 2010
The Soap Factory exhibits work in its galleries throughout the year. Exhibitions curated from submissions are typically comprised of 8-10 artists. The Soap Factory is a 120-year old ex-industrial warehouse on the banks of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. We have no climate control, air conditioning or permanent heating system; please bear this in mind when submitting your work. Projects by individual artists that propose to use the entire 12,000 sq feet of gallery space are always encouraged.
Contact for details:
The Soap Factory
514 2nd St SE
Minneapolis MN email@example.com
BOARDWALK ARTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL - September 15, 2010
The Boardwalk Arts and Music Festival is a two day, non-juried outdoor art and music event located on the Boardwalk at Playland in Rye, NY along the beautiful Long Island Sound. Seeking artists and craftspeople in working in all mediums.
CALL FOR "LIFE AFTER DEATH" THEMED MAILART - September 25, 2010
The question is: How do people…cultures….you deal with death? What happens to the dead? What happens to those of left behind? How do you honor and remember those who have gone before? What about the death of ideas, dreams or innocence? How aobut the death of fear, oppression and hate? Theme: Life After Death - (What ever that means to you!) Media: Your choice. Format: Postcards--as long as it mails as a postcard
Please mail your work directly to the museum:
"Dia De Los Muertos" Exhibit
Harlingen Arts and Heritage Museum
Harlingen TX 78550
CALL FOR GLASS ART IMAGES - October 31, 2010
Artists, designers and architects may submit images of new works using glass for possible inclusion in the Museum's annual journal, New Glass Review. Each year the Corning Museum publishes a survey of glass in contemporary art, architecture, craft and design created in the previous year by emerging and established artists. Artists must submit a CD with three clearly labeled high-resolution digital images (slides and e-mailed images will not be accepted). Each image should illustrate one work or design series in glass created between October 1, 2009, and October 1, 2010. Entry fee.
CALL FOR HOMELESS SHELTER DESIGN - October 1, 2010
Catholic Charities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, in partnership with Public Art Saint Paul and the Saint Paul Design Center, is seeking an artist to develop a proposal for the design and artistic programming of the Dorothy Day Center landscape in downtown Saint Paul.
CALL FOR CREATIONISM THEMED ART - September 30, 2010
CREATION will exhibit various representations of Creation in the arts. Queen Gallery is asking artists to submit work that illustrates the creation of the universe/world/humans according to their belief system. All media are acceptable. Up to 15 pieces may be submitted, and the final selection for exhibition will be determined by a jury for a show scheduled for December, 2010. Entry fee.
CALL FOR POETRY MANUSCRIPTS - October 1, 2010
Submit for an Annual Poetry Chapbook Contest. $1,000 Prize plus 50 copies of published book. All entrants will receive copy of winner as well as a one-issue subscription to
Slipstream Magazine. Send up to 40 pages of original poetry, any style or format and $20 reading fee.
Send to or submit via web:
Niagara Falls NY 14301http://www.slipstreampress.org
PALM BEACH FLORIDA ARTS FESTIVAL - September 10, 2010
Artists' applications are being accepted for jury selection in 12 fine art categories including Ceramics, Digital Art, Drawing and Printmaking, Fiber (Wearable and Non-Wearable), Glass, Jewelry, Metal, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture and Wood. Entries are reviewed by an expert panel of five jurors for 270 fine art spaces. The 2011 ArtiGras Fine Art Festival will be presenting $15,000 in jury awards.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
CALL FOR ARKNASAS OIL/ACRYLIC/MIXED MEDIA COLLAGE ARTISTS - October 5, 2010
All artists must be born in Arkansas or have been a resident for at least one year. All entries must be original artwork never previously shown in The Fine Arts Center, Gallery. All artworks must be framed, ready to hang, be under 30 inches outside dimensions. All artworks must be for sale with a 30% commission paid to The Fine Arts Center upon sale. All entries must be family friendly. Awards-There will be a $300 Best of Show Award & three $100 merit awards. Entry fee.
For more information:
The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs
626 Central Av
Hot Springs AR 71901
TOM HOWARD/JOHN H. REID POETRY CONTEST - September 30, 2011
Ninth year. Ten cash prizes totaling $5,550. Top prize $3,000. Submit poems in any style or genre. Both published and unpublished work accepted. Winning entries published online. Entry fee is $7 for every 25 lines, payable to Winning Writers. Postmark deadline: September 30. Judges: John H. Reid, Dee C. Konrad. Submit online or mail to Winning Writers, Attn: Tom Howard Poetry Contest, 351 Pleasant Street, PMB 222, Northampton, MA 01060. Winning Writers is one of the "101 Best Websites for Writers" (Writer's Digest, 2005-2010).
CALL FOR ENTRIES TO A SUBSCRIPTION ART PLAN - October 1, 2010
Show your work on a new art rotation service called TurningArt. A New Way to Reach Customers and Sell Your Original Artwork! All we need are high resolution digital images of your work (300ppi at a 12" x 16" print size) and some Bio info. The original piece of art stays in your hands until it is sold. TurningArt is the only company that offers customers the opportunity to learn about and explore art within the comfort of their own home, at their own pace. No entry fee.
Please send email submissions to:firstname.lastname@example.org
GLASS ART CONFERENCE SEEKS EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - December 31, 2010
Toledo, America's Glass City, is welcoming artists from around the world to celebrate the achievements of the past and to explore the seemingly endless possibilities of glass. Proposal submissions should recognize this historic year for studio glass, while reflecting the innovative spirit, diverse viewpoints, and current concerns of the Glass Art Society community at large.
To find more information and submit your proposal:
42nd Annual Glass Art Society Conference
CALL FOR DEATH AND RESURRECTION THEMED ART - October 1, 2010
Conceptually strong artwork dealing with death and or resurrection in any media. $50 stipend paid to artists by the end of the exhibition. Selected artwork will be showcased as part of a series of exhibitions in the offices of an independent San Francisco financial planning and wealth management firm. To submit your work: send up to 5 images *.gif or *.jpg formatted for the web (all images under 500kb, please); attach a list of titles, descriptions, dimensions, dates, and materials to accompany the images (please make it clear which title goes with which digital image... for example, number them) *.doc, *.pdf, or *.txt (please no *.docx or fancy hard-to-open files); attach an artist statement/bio (one page or less) *.doc, *.pdf, or *.txt; explain how the work is related to the theme (one paragraph should be enough, and if you don't want to attach another file you can include it in the email); a C.V. is optional (helpful but not required) *.doc, *.pdf, or *.txt; include contact information so that we may notify you if your work is accepted (phone, email, physical address of your studio). No entry fee.
Send all this in an email to:email@example.com
CALL FOR CROSSING BORDERS THEMED ART - September 19, 2010
The curators seek works by Asian women artists who have immigrated to the United States. As an international center for art, New York City attracts artists from all over the world, many of whom deal with dual cultural, racial and national identities, and issues of separation from families and loved ones. In the city, one may experience culture shock due to peculiar living situations, and to different gender role expectations than those experienced in more male-dominated Asian countries. These experiences can be both funny and profound.
111 Front St #228
Brooklyn NY 11201
CONSUMERISM AND MEAT THEMED ART - October 1, 2010
Let there be meat in my House: Consumerism 2010. Works will be displayed November 5-20, 2010, Reception November 12, 2010 6p-10:30p. Featured artist: Shannon Riddle, Dahmer oil on canvas. Entry fee.
Mattress Factory Lofts
300 MLK Jr Se #118
Atlanta GA 30312
ART MUSEUM SEEKS EXHIBITION & PUBLICITY COORDINATOR -
Coordinates the planning process for changing exhibitions, installations and other museum projects that support the mission such as educational programming. Works closely with Public Relations firm and media to develop short and long range communication strategies to maximize press coverage of museum’s activities and programs. Responds to general press inquires. Excellent computer skills including knowledge of Word, Excel, Illustrator and project management programs. Salary based on experience.
Send cover letter and resume to:firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 17, 2010
This commission is for an artist or artist team to create an original piece of public art that serves as an icon and artistic landmark for the newly completed Downtown Boat Slips and Promenade. 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. The budget is $200,000.
City of Clearwater Public Art & Design Program
Clearwater FL 33756
HOUSTON COUNTRY CLUB SEEKS TEXAS THEMED PAINTINGS - September 8, 2010
A Houston country club is looking for Paintings to replace its current collection. All mediums accepted. Should depict famous Texans or scenes that are specific to Texas or Houston. Original and giclee's accepted. Send the title of the piece, the medium, the price of the original and of the giclee's if available and the dimensions, let us know if they are framed or unframed. If framed send the pic with the frame so we can see if we need to re framed and your contact information. JPEG's will be reviewed and if accepted the artists will be notified by Sept 20th.
Send JPEG's to:email@example.com
WORLD FESTIVAL OF SACRED MUSIC - January 10, 2011
For 16 days and nights in October 2011, the fifth World Festival of Sacred Music will fill L.A.'s major theaters, churches, synagogues, temples and outdoor venues with more than 25 performances by artists representing the sacred music and dance traditions of our city. Applications for artists, venues, and producers available online.
SEEKING IMMIGRANT YOUTH STORIES - December 15, 2010
The Harvard Educational Review (HER) is planning to publish a special issue on Diverse Experiences of Immigrant Children and Youth in Education in order to extend and reframe the dialogue on immigration issues in the United States by bringing multiple voices and perspectives of researchers, practitioners, families, and students in conversation.
For submissions and questions, e-mail us at:HER_youth_submissions@gse.harvard.edu
INTERNATIONAL HORSE ART COMPETITION - October 30, 2010
Presented by Art Horse Magazine Art Horse Magazine announces `Ex Arte Equinus IV`, an international equine art competition for fine artists.The competition is open to Artists from all over the world, who can enter up to twelve images showing their best work in the categories of Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Photography, and Digital Art. This competition will provide equine artists the opportunity to show their work on an international level. Images of winning artwork will be published in issue #12 of Art HorseMagazine (published March 2011). Winners and selected images will also be published in a book programme about the show.
CALL FOR BAY AREA MEN ARTISTS - September 7, 2010
Any media with emphasis on exploration, abstraction, and imaginative use of materials and content. Traditional landscapes, figurative work and realism discouraged. Juried-in pieces must be ready to display, with any necessary hanging material in place, and instructions. All works must be labeled with artist’s name, telephone, email address, medium, size, and price, if for sale. Please do not submit artwork that has previously been displayed in OHCA's Gallery shows. By taking part in the show, artists agree to a 30% tax-deductible donation to the Center from all sales. Entry fee.
For more info:
O'Hanlon Center for the Arts
616 Throckmorton Av
Mill Valley CA 94941
CALL FOR "ART WITH A STORY" THEMED ART - October 24, 2010
We often encounter artwork that makes us stop and wonder — what does this mean? What was the artist thinking, what were they feeling? With some art it’s obvious what the motivations were, but with others, the viewer is only left to guess. With Artwork Network’s 2010 Online Juried Show, “Art with a Story”, we want artists to let us in on the secret. Entry fee.
Monday, August 23, 2010
URBAN OCEAN FESTIVAL ART EXHIBITION - September 1, 2010
The call is open to all emerging artists working in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura and San Bernardino counties. All forms of painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital and installation art are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply. All submitted art pieces should fall under the theme of "Our Urban Ocean," so pieces having to do with our ports, human uses of the ocean (i.e. scuba diving, water sports, beach activities), marine life affected by the urban ocean, and/or ocean pollution. The theme of your work should be how you see the urbanized coast and ocean and what it means to you.
CALL FOR URBAN VIEW/RURAL SIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY - November 1, 2010
When artists think about place, whether it be rural or urban, they often think of it as a point of departure. One path may lead deeper into the site itself and its character, a sense artists want to absorb and express. Another path may lead away, beginning its course from connections that originated there. Perhaps a third is more fantastical, one suggested by the unexpected, yet significant, connections that the imagination creates. All of these ways are journeys and explorations that do not feel complete until they are shared. Cash prizes. The exhibition is open to amateur and professional photographers worldwide. Entry fee.
Mpls Photo Center
2400 N 2nd St
Minneapolis MN 55411http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR URBAN BUILT ENVIRONMENT THEMED ART - October 4, 2010
CUBE, Centre for the Urban Built Environment is delighted to be announcing its annual open submission competition. Now in its fourth year the competition attracts entries from around the globe. Artists, architects and designers are invited to submit work that responds to our theme of the urban built environment. Cash prizes. Entry fee.
CALL FOR SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATION PROPOSALS - September 18, 2010
Seeking back room projectsis looking for artists who are interested in creating site-specific art installations in an apartment-gallery setting. back room projects provides an experimental and alternative gallery space for emerging artists to exhibit nontraditional exhibitions as a way to give visibility and experience to artists who are unable to exhibit in a traditional commercial gallery framework. Art in all mediums will be considered.
CALL FOR "MY DOG DEFINES WHO I AM" THEMED ART - September 15, 2010
A call for work that responds to Gertrude Stein's assertion: "I am I because my little dog knows me." Who is it whom your little (or big) dog knows? How is your sense of (your) self mediated by or through your relationship with your dog? Does this self exist outside of the relationship? How do you know what your dog knows? Works exploring these issues with other species of companion animals are also eligible. Works will be part of the exhibition "Standing Heat" at The Front in New Orleans, November 13- December 5, 2010. Two-dimensional work in any media, 8 1/2 by 11 inches or smaller, unframed is acceptable.
Send JPEG submissions (no more than 3) with total email size no larger than 2 MB to:email@example.com
Sunday, August 22, 2010
UK GALLERY SEEKS CURATORIAL PROPOSALS - 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 (must have graduated between 2008 - 2011). 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.
NATURAL WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION - September 14, 2010
The natural world can be seen from the subatomic to the cosmic. It can be raw, powerful, serene, destructive, fertile and delicate. This exhibition will illustrate all aspects of nature. Each participant will be included in the Center's Main Gallery exhibition and Online Gallery exhibition. The exhibition is open to all photographers world wide, both amateur and professional. The Center invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate in its exhibitions. Cash and publishing awards. Entry fee.
FOUR-WEEK VERMONT RESIDENCIES - October 1, 2010
VSC awards a number of Fellowships for 4-week residencies throughout the year. Open to all artists and writers. In addition to VSC Fellowships, a variety of special fellowships are also available for full or partial funding.
GRANTS FOR ART ORGANIZATIONS - October 1, 2010
The Taproot Foundation in partnership with MetLife Foundation, our Lead Service Grant Sponsor for the Arts in 2010-2011, announces the opportunity for high-potential performing arts organizations to receive capacity building grants. Metlife Foundation sponsorship is restricted to only performing arts organizations, which is why this makes this an excellent opportunity performing arts organizations to apply to one of our many capacity building service grants.
CALL FOR CHINATOWN THEMED ART - October 6, 2010
The Chinese American Museum (CAM) invites visual artists to participate in (de)Constructing Chinatown, a new exhibition that re-examines Los Angeles' Chinatown to open in October 2011. Stipends of $3,000 will be awarded to selected artists to help support and subsidize the completion of the project to be exhibited at the museum, with possible additional funding of $1,500.
RADIO PROGRAM ABOUT ART SEEKS ARTISTS - October 1, 2010
"Stacia on the Arts" broadcasts live every Monday evening on AM 1680 and is simulcast on the web. You can even download the podcasts FREE on your cell phone! The show explores the relationship between the arts and child development. Some of the amazing past guests have included Laurie Schell, Executive Director for California Alliance for Arts Education, Susan Isken, Educational Director for the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), and numerous muscians and working artists.
CALL FOR ORIGINAL PERFORMANCE ART PROPOSALS - September 16, 2010
Seeking original performance works for the next edition of Studio, REDCAT's quarterly series of new works and works in progress in dance, theater, music, performance art or multidisciplinary. If you have a project 15 minutes or under and would like to be considered—apply now.
SANTA MONICA GALLERY SEEKS INTERN - December 31, 2010
Responsibilities include administrative tasks, greeting clients, art research, assisting with show openings (price lists, press packets, email blasts, etc.) and special projects as assigned. Candidates must be able to receive college credit. Photoshop and other graphic/web design skills a plus as is an interest in contemporary art.
2525 Michigan Av Suite D5/C2
Santa Monica CA firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, August 21, 2010
CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY ABOUT HEALING RITUALS - November 1, 2010
Call for photographs that address the ritual of healing in America for a group show. This includes all practices, alternative and integrative as well as Western Biomedicine. Images can address all facets of the healing interaction including the healing environment, activities between practitioner and patient, the technology (techniques. medicines, plants, amulets, machines, technology, etc.) of healing practices, the costumes and accoutrements of healer and patient, an so on. Conceptual approaches encouraged as well as documentary, portraiture, tableau. Entry fee.
Contact the curator with questions and comments:http://email@example.com
CALL FOR CREATION/RELIGIOUS THEMED ART - September 30, 2010
It doesn’t matter if you believe in God or how you believe in God, every culture finds some way to explain how we got here—even how we got here here. CREATION will exhibit various representations of Creation in the arts. Queen Gallery is asking artists to submit work that illustrates the creation of the universe/world/humans according to their belief system. All media are acceptable. Entry fee.
ANNUAL JURIED ART SHOW - November 15, 2010
All Northern California Artists are welcome. All Media except video, crafts, jewelry. Any size not to exceed 5' in any dimention. Maximum of 4 entries per artist. $250 for Best of Show, 3 noncash Awards of Merit. Entry fee.
SEEKING EXHIBITION & INSTALLATION PROPOSALS - September 24, 2010
Artists, curators, directors, as well as gallery, museum and public art professionals are invited to apply. In addition, non-profit, visual arts organizations may explore the use of the gallery as a satellite, or primary exhibition space. The Arts Council will provide grants to the selected artists, curators, and/or arts organizations for the realization of their proposals.
Arts Council for Long Beach
110 Pine Av Suite 1100
Long Beach CA 90802
Friday, August 20, 2010
CALL FOR "AFTER DARK" THEMED PHOTOGRAPHY - September 18, 2010
As the sun sets, a whole new world of photographic opportunities presents itself. Buildings, streets and time lapse take on a different light at night. But don't stop there - ever hear of "Night life"? Carnivals? Animals? People? Theater? There is a voyeuristic feel to night images, the viewer senses that they are observing life from the shadows. Urban lights create high drama - colors intensify and shadows loom. In the country, things become scary and still. Is there just a hint of the sunset left? Time lapse can create fantastic swirls of lights creating abstract compositions. Show us what your camera sees "After Dark".
CAREER STRATEGIES FOR ARTISTS - May 31, 2011
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CALL FOR CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FIGURATIVE CERAMICS - October 15, 2010
Open to all ceramic artists over the age of 18 residing in the United States. Works must be made of clay or mixed media, with ceramics being at least 70% of the work. Submissions should have been created in the last three years. The work must fit through a standard doorframe and be displayable on either wall or pedestal. Dates of exhibition are January 10 through February 20, 2011. Juror will be Sigrid K Zahner, Assistant Professor of Art & Design at Purdue University. Entry fee.
Purdue University Galleries
Yue-Kong Pao Hall of Visual and Performing Arts
552 West Wood St
West Lafayette IN 47907-2002
LA ARTS ORGANIZATION SEEKS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - September 15, 2010
The Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists, the leading supporter of emerging artists creating new Jewish culture, has a part-time opportunity (4/5 time) for an Associate Director based in Los Angeles. We are looking for a self-motivated, resourceful and detail-oriented person to join the Six Points team. Working under the supervision of the fellowship's New York-based Director, the Associate Director administers the day-to-day operations of the Los Angeles-based program. The Associate Director will work collaboratively with the Six Points Fellowship Director, who will play a significant role in devising and implementing the long-term strategy for the Los Angeles Fellowship Program.
GALLERY SEEKS ARTISTS FOR EXHIBITIONS - October 1, 2010
We are always looking for artists to exhibit in the gallery, whether it is a featured month long show or be a part of the 30 other artists represented! Applications for the submissions are available on our website.
Everett Artist's Supply/Framing and
The Annex Gallery
9304 and 9308 Evergreen Way
Everett WA 98204
SKIPPING STONES YOUTH HONOR ART AWARDS - June 20, 2011
Art (photos, cartoons and paintings/drawings, max: 8 pieces) and writing (poems: under 30 lines, stories and essays: max: 1,000) by Youth 17 and under. Ten winners published in Sept-Oct issue of the magazine. Prize: An Honor Award Certificate, five books and a subscription to Skipping Stones magazine. Entry Fee: $3 (all entrants receive the awards issue, a $6 value).
Arun N Toke
Skipping Stones Magazine
Eugene OR 97403
MARGARET REID POETRY CONTEST FOR TRADITIONAL VERSE - June 30, 2011
Eighth year. Ten cash prizes totaling $5,550. Top prize $3,000. Submit poems in traditional verse forms, such as sonnets and free verse. Winning entries published online. Both published and unpublished work accepted. Entry fee is $7 for every 25 lines, payable to Winning Writers. Postmark deadline: June 30. Judges: John H. Reid, Dee C. Konrad. Submit online or mail to Winning Writers, Attn: Margaret Reid Poetry Contest, 351 Pleasant Street, PMB 222, Northampton, MA 01060. Winning Writers is one of the "101 Best Websites for Writers" (Writer's Digest, 2005-2010).
WAR POETRY CONTEST - May 31, 2011
Tenth year. Fifteen cash prizes totaling $5,000. Top prize $2,000. Submit 1-3 unpublished poems on the theme of war, up to 500 lines in all. Winning entries published online. Sponsored by Winning Writers. Final judge: Jendi Reiter. Include cover sheet with contact information. No name on poems. Entry fee.
Submit online or mail to:
Attn: War Poetry Contest
351 Pleasant St PMB 222
Northampton MA 01060http://www.winningwriters.com/war
WERGLE FLOMP HUMOR POETRY CONTEST - April 1, 2011
Tenth annual free contest. Fifteen cash prizes totaling $3,600. Top prize $1,500. Submit one humor poem. Winning entries published online. Final judge: Jendi Reiter. Sponsored by Winning Writers. No entry fee.
Guidelines and online submissionhttp://www.winningwriters.com/wergle
TOM HOWARD/JOHN H. REID SHORT STORY CONTEST - March 31, 2011
19th year. Ten cash prizes totaling $5,550. Top prize $3,000. Seeks short stories, essays and other works of prose, up to 5,000 words. Winning entries published online. Both published and unpublished work accepted. Judges: John H. Reid, Dee C. Konrad. Entry fee.
Submit online or mail to:
Attn: Tom Howard Short Story Contest
351 Pleasant St PMB 222
Northampton MA 01060http://www.winningwriters.com/tomstory
Thursday, August 19, 2010
CALL FOR ART - September 6, 2010
Call for Work in any Media for The Prostitution of Art Exhibition @Mobius - 725 Harrison Ave Suite One, Boston MA USA. September 17 through September 25th, 2010. You will hear back within 24 hours whether or not your work has been accepted. Entry fee only if your work is accepted.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
CALL FOR WOOD THEMED/OF ART - November 30, 2010
Announcing a call for entries to "Xylophile." This all-media exhibit seeks artworks that explore wood as inspiration, medium, and / or subject. The exhibit's juror is Gary Kachadourian, Baltimore-based artist and curator. Artists may submit up to six digital files on CD or slides Accepted work will be exhibited Jan 27 - Feb 28, 2011. Entry fee.
For an entry form send an SASE (or web, phone, email):
Cade Art Gallery
Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Pky
Arnold MD 21012
CALL FOR ALTERNATIVE PROCESSES PHOTOGRAPHY - November 10, 2010
Smithtown Township Arts Council presents Juried Photography 2011: Alternative Processes. Juror: Joy Goldkind. Bromoil, albumen, collotype, silver gelatin and more media acceptable. Cash Prizes.
Mills Pond House Gallery
St James, NY
CALL FOR "SLICK WILLY: BP'S OIL SLICK THEMED ART - September 7, 2010
Works will be displayed September 3-18, 2010, opening reception September 10, 2010 6p-10:30pm. Entry fee.
Mattress Factory Lofts
300 MLK JR DR SE #118
Atlanta GA 30312
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
CALL FOR "BAUHAUS INSPIRED PHOTOGRAPHY" - September 1, 2010
We are looking for a "new vision" in photography, emphasizing new ways of seeing, opportunities for exploration and novel points of view. Use of atypical photographic techniques is encouraged and we welcome experimentation.The entry fee is $20.00 for the first 3 images, with a maximum of 6 images for $35.00. Prizes Adobe CS5, Lightroom and Photoshop & Premiere Elements.
CALL FOR FEATURED ARTISTS ART BOOK - September 30, 2010
Artists are invited to submit material for selection so as to be included in "Featured Artists" Vol. II. "Featured Artists" is a series of art books, which offers artists a new and effective way of introducing their work to a considerable international audience of art professionals. It is a daring attempt to feature several contemporary artists in an overview, a book which will be a resource for galleries, museums, artists, art collectors and dealers who constantly seek for new talents and trends in the art community. Every nomination is based entirely on the merit of the work submitted for selection. Selected artists will have to pay an editorial fee. "Featured Artists" distribution is made internationally through large book wholesalers and e-shops, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Borders and more. The book is also distributed to over 1.200 top galleries, museums, curators, art consultants in the U.S and in Europe.
FILM FESTIVAL & SCREENPLAY CONTEST - September 13, 2010
Submit your features, documentaries, shorts and screenplays. Entry fee.
291 Broadway Suite 701
New York NY 10007http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, August 16, 2010
CLAY AND GLASS ARTISTS EXHIBITION - October 30, 2010
This will be a gallery installation showcasing a wide range of handmade ceramic and glass artwork from across the United States. The juror is Jo Lauria, a nationally recognized curator, historian and author specializing in contemporary crafts and decorative objects. Awards. Entry fee.
JURIED HOLIDAY ART SHOW IN A DOLLHOUSE - October 31, 2010
For the Holiday Season, Arc Gallery will be figuratively transformed into a giant dollhouse for one-of-a-kind dolls and dollhouses. Artists are invited to liberally interpret their concept of 'dolls' and 'dollhouses,' and bring to life a creature or world from your wildest imaginings. Open to artists residing in the Bay Area counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma. We accept sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, ceramics, assemblage, collage, mixed media, fiber art, and artist book. Juried by Jack Fischer of Jack Fischer Gallery at 49 Geary. Entry fee.
For complete details and submission instructions:http://arcsf.net/contact.html
SEEKING PROPOSALS FOR EXHIBITIONS & INSTALLATIONS - September 24, 2010
Artists, curators, directors, as well as gallery, museum and public art professionals are invited to apply. In addition, non-profit, visual arts organizations may explore the use of the gallery as a satellite, or primary exhibition space. This Request for Proposals is limited to applicants residing or based in the Southern California area, extending from Ventura to San Diego to Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Artists, curators, directors, non-profit arts organizations as well as gallery, museum and public art professionals are all encouraged to submit an application.
Arts Council for Long Beach
110 Pine Av Suite 1100
Long Beach CA 90802
Saturday, August 14, 2010
CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHY - January 28, 2011
Announcing their 11th annual National Photo Competition/Show and workshop, February 1-29, 2011, with numerous financial prizes and purchase awards. This years judges are Rick Rasmussen and Cheryl Opperman. Entries are due to be at the art center by January 28, 2011. The HAL (High Ability Learners) photographers from the area Middle schools will also be judged and works displayed in the upstairs Sky Winds gallery during February, 2011.
For a prospectus and more entry information:
Prairie Winds Art Center
112 W 3rd St
Grand Island NE 68801
GRANTS FOR PERFORMING ARTS ORGANIZATIONS - September 1, 2010
Performing arts organizations who meet our basic eligibility criteria have a strong chance to be selected for a capacity building grant which rangesin value between $45,000 and $70,000. These Service Grant projects provide anew set of tools for those organizations striving, now more than ever, to domore with less.
1000 N Alameda St
Los Angeles CA 90012
NATIONAL MUSIC ORGANIZATION SEEKS STAFF - October 1, 2010
Levitt Pavilions is seeking a Director of Corporate Relations and Sponsorships on a full-time basis. This position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with local Friends of Levitt Pavilion organizations. This position is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive corporate gifts program to benefit Levitt Pavilions and the national network of pavilions; securing regional and national corporate sponsorships; securing event sponsors for Levitt Pavilions fundraisers; and seeking in-kind donations, such as travel and hotel accommodations, for the network of pavilions. The Director of Corporate Relations and Sponsorships is responsible for managing and advancing all aspects of corporate gifts and sponsorships.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
CALL FOR PERFORMANCE & FILM EVENT PROPOSALS - September 8, 2010
Under the Ford Amphitheatre Summer Partnership Program, the Arts Commission is interested in receiving proposals for Performing Arts Performances: These are typically two-hour (or longer), evening events that are geared for adults or families with older
children. Work may be in any performing arts discipline; Film Events: As the Ford is equipped with 35mm projectors and a full size movie screen, proposals for film screening events are also sought and will receive full consideration.
TV PROGRAMS SEEKING ART FOR SERIES - September 1, 2010
FineArtAmerica is very pleased to announce that we've been selected to provide artwork for ABC's television series, Desperate Housewives, as part of a pilot program that's going to revolutionize the way that artwork is licensed for use on television.
CALL FOR "FIGURATIVE" ART - October 1, 2010
"Figuratively Speaking" is but not limited to the traditional/contemporary aspects of the human forms, conditions, interactions, and abstractions of the human body.
"Figuratively Speaking" includes figuration in an abstract forms. All artists ages 18 years old or older are invited to participate. Best of Show $200 and A Solo show at Village Gallery (2 weeks duration). If selected artist is unable to participate in a solo show, he or she will be given $350 cash. Merit awards (3) $50 and a Group show at Village Gallery (2 weeks duration). If selected artists are unable to participate in a group show, they will be given $80 cash. Honorable Mentions (3). Entry fee.
AUDITION FOR FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHER IN NORTH HOLLYWOOD - September 1, 2010
Theatre in North Hollywood area is looking for a fight choreographer to assist with choreographing some fights for a very silly absurd comedy. If you are a student or someone who just needs to build up a resume, we are great fun to work with and wouldn't not need a lot of your time. Include your experience. Please forward on to any students who may fit the bill. Our cast is all professionally-minded and can take direction very easily. We open Sept 10 so need to work on this relatively quickly.
GALLERY SEEKS 2011 & 2012 EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - October 1, 2010
South Shore Art Center seeks exhibition proposals for the Bancroft Gallery for late 2011 and 2012. Please see website for proposal guidelines. Group shows with educational components strongly encouraged.
Details/send proposals to:
South Shore Art Center Exhibition Committee
119 Ripley Road
Cohasset MA 02025http://www.ssac.org/pdf/ExhibitionProposalApp_AprOct.pdf
CALL FOR ART OF THE AMERICAN WEST - September 2, 2010
Now accepting submissions for its art exhibition, "Art of the American West." September 9 - October 3, 2010: show at Pagosa Springs Arts Council, 450 Lewis St #B2, Pagosa Springs CO 81147. Commission: PSAC receives 20% of all sales. Any medium, 2 or 3 dimension. Entry fee.
Pagosa Springs Arts Council
COLLEGE GALLERY SEEKS EXHIBITION PROPOSALS - September 10, 2010
The Gallery at Penn College, Williamsport, PA, is currently accepting entries for the 2011-12 exhibition season. Solo or group entries from all media are scheduled for month-long exhibitions which include a reception and gallery talk. The gallery is approximately 3,000 square feet, with up to 250 running feet of wall space. Complete details can be found on the website.
The Gallery at Penn College
One College Av
Williamsport PA 17701
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
NATIONAL JURIED EXHIBITION - September 25, 2010
Open to all artists. Entries must be original works completed within the last two years in the following categories: Painting, Graphic Arts, 3-D, and Photography. Juror: Susan Shockley, Curator at the Parthenon Museum in Nashville, TN. Prizes include $1,000 in cash awards as well as future exhibition opportunities. Entry fee.
Download a prospectus and application or send an SASE to:
Arts & Culture Alliance
Knoxville TN 37901http://www.knoxalliance.com/news.html
CALL TO MACHINIMA ARTISTS - December 1, 2010
Turing Gallery [Extropia Core] is seeking submissions for an upcoming exhibition of Second Life machinima artists. While we appreciate machinima created with a theme of science fiction and the future in mind, all machinima will be accepted and considered.
Please submit a URL of video (or) a video under 10mb along with an artist statement to the Turing Gallery curator:http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Extropia%20Core/178/148/25
CALL FOR CHRISTIAN ARTISTS/THEMES - September 15, 2010
Seeking submissions for “Harvest Festival of the Arts” event taking place October 16-17, 2010. Please send no more than 10 images and descriptions on CD-Rom plus Resume and Artist's Statement. Review by panel of Jurors; please no nudes, inflammatory language or overtly graphic content; possible publication of an exhibition catalogue. Entry fee.
Haddonfield United Methodist Church
c/o Mindy Juntti
29 Warwick Rd
Haddonfield NJ email@example.com
CALL FOR WORKS ON PAPER - November 15, 2010
Artworks on or of paper may be any size, but MUST fit in a 9 x 12 envelope; folded, 3D or multi-part OK. Unmatted, unframed photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, mixed media, cast or folded paper or digital prints OK (other materials attached-OK). Original artworks only; no reproductions. Put artist's name, address, title & date of work and medium on back. No entry form. Open to all artists - no age or geographical restrictions. All artwork shown - no jury. Entry fee.
9 x 12
Ft Worth TX 76107http://firstname.lastname@example.org
CALL FOR ART ABOUT CHILDREN'S POETRY - September 15, 2010
The poems have been selected and the submissions are open. Join us for the second annual Inspired Art Project, where local artists create works based on the poetic words of Chicago public school children. Find a poem which speaks to you, and create a piece inspired by the poem. In October we will host the Inspired Art Project show and auction, a fundraiser to support the America SCORES Chicago after school program. As an artist you may choose to receive a 20% commission on the final price of the piece, or you may choose to donate it back to America SCORES.
CALL FOR PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS - September 17, 2010
Seeking a consultant to develop a public art plan for the Central Corridor that connects the cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota. The Public Art Plan will be undertaken through Public Art Saint Paul’s partnership with the City of Saint Paul, the City of Minneapolis Art in Public Places Program, the University of Minnesota Public Art on Campus Program, the Saint Paul on the Mississippi Design Center, Ramsey County, and the Capitol Region and Ramsey Washington Regional Watershed Districts. Funding for the Public Art Plan has been granted to Public Art Saint Paul by the Central Corridor Funders Collaborative. Budget: $150,000. No entry fee.
YOUNG ARTISTS SIX-MONTH RESIDENCY - September 17, 2010
The dates for the next Residency are September 29, 2010 - March 29, 2011. Available to college students and other young and emerging artists. The resident artist is required to occupy the studio for at least 15 hours per week and be present to show new work each First Friday of the month, spend a significant amount of time creating work in the Emporium studio, and help hang monthly changing exhibits in the Emporium galleries if necessary. Artist may also offer curatorial input and be eligible for curatorial opportunities in programming gallery space.
Arts & Culture Alliance
Knoxville TN 37901
CALL FOR ARTISTS - April 1, 2011
Seeking approximately 35 artists for its Library Art Sale and Soiree (CLASS 3) to be held May 1, 2011, 6:30-9 pm. To be eligible, artists must t be currently showing in galleries and/or museums or have done so within the past 5 years and their work must be in private or public collections. Artists should submit a biography and a CD with no more than 6-8 images (300 dpi) of work.
Cary Memorial Library Foundation
SANTA MONICA MUSEUM OF ART SEEKS INTERN - September 1, 2010
The successful applicant should have excellent writing and communicationskills, should be organized with an attention to detail, and must be computer proficient. The ideal candidate should also be independently responsible, diligent, and directed. Interns work not only with all members of the staff at the museum, but with visitors, artists, arts professionals, and a variety of students. Applicants must be enthusiastic and interested in dealing with the museum's audience and colleagues.
Santa Monica Museum of Art
Bergamot Station G1
2525 Michigan Av
Santa Monica CA email@example.com
NATIONAL INNOVATIVE FIBERART EXHIBITION - October 11, 2010
Open to all artists living in the United States. Work submitted for this exhibition envisions thought-provoking, unconventional and innovative fiber artworks expressed in a range of materials. Organic, inorganic, as well as recycled materials can be used. Works can be 2- or 3-dimensional, and of multiple techniques. The exhibition opens with a reception on Thursday, October 28, and runs through December 4, 2010. Entry fee.
Contact for prospectus:
6780 Depot St
Sebastopol CA 95472