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Arts and Crafts Shows
Deadline: 09/17/2017 | Location: International
International Surrealism Now the biggest surrealist show in the world is a project by the surrealist painter Santiago Ribeiro, who has dedicated himself to promoting the surrealism of the 21st century, through exhibitions worldwide as Berlin, Moscow, Dallas, Los Angeles, Mississippi, Warsaw, Nantes, Paris, Florence, Madrid, Granada, Barcelona, Lisbon, Belgrade, Monte Negro, Romania, Japan, Taiwan and Brazil. Surrealism now is the union of visionary, surrealist, abstract, fantastic realism art movements. The "International Surrealism Now" began in 2010 in Coimbra, when Santiago Ribeiro conceived a major exhibition organized by Bissaya Barreto Foundation. This event has been in Conímbriga celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Monographic Museum (second most visited museum in Portugal). The show has also been in Paris with the support of GAPP - Art Gallery Portugal Presente and Liba WS, organized once again by the Bissaya Barreto Foundation and Santiago Ribeiro, and in Madrid with the support of Yamal Din. After that it went to Dallas with the support of the American surrealist artist Shahla Rosa. Lately it has been presented at the medieval Castle of Paço da Ega, organized by Rede de Bibliotecas and House Mayor of Condeixa-a-Nova and in Aveiro Museum. At present, the "International Surrealism Now" includes more than 100th artists from 48th countries. The exhibition consists of a variety of artworks including drawing, painting, photography, digital art and sculpture.
100 For All – Charity Art Competition
Deadline: 07/31/2017 | Location: National
Ready to have your artwork featured in New York City! Complete the form below and upload your artwork to enter the competition. Remember: Your task is to create a work of art that meaningfully evokes the importance of water - the essential ingredient to all life on the planet. Though an abstract concept to many, water scarcity and contamination are serious issues for over a billion people around the planet. We want to use art as a way to bring awareness to this global issue. Money raised from this competition will help bring clean water solutions to those in need, and we thank you for your participation. 1st place will get his or her artwork featured on a New York City billboard with runner ups to be featured on 100 For All platforms. All Artists Nationwide (Including Puerto Rico and US Territories) are encouraged to submit! Forms that are not completely filled will not be accepted. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Runners-up will be announced. Billboard Dimensions: 22' x 10'. Deadline: Monday, July 31st, 2017 at 11:59 PM. ELIGIBILITY All art is accepted. Media NOT accepted: Corporate logos & personal advertising. Each image submitted is a $10 donation. All donations are tax deductible. All images must be max 1600 px wide and 72 dpi in jpeg
Exhibition Opportunities
Open Call for Artists: Pop Up-On and Off the Wall 2018
Deadline: 09/12/2017 | Location: National
January 11 – January 27, 2018 Open to artists in NY, NJ, CT, MA, and PA who are at least 18 yrs. old. Exception: Artists currently represented by First Street Gallery and artists who have exhibited in any previous PopUp shows. Eligible works include ORIGINAL oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, drawings, prints, mixed media, photography, film, installation, and sculpture in any medium. Entry fee is $50 for 5 images. Entry fees are non-refundable. Online entries only.
Craft Forms 2017
Deadline: 09/15/2017 | Location: International
The exhibition will run from December 1, 2017 to January 27, 2018 and will be held at the Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne, PA, 19087, 610-688-3553, The 23rd international juried exhibition is dedicated to enhancing the public’s awareness of contemporary craft while providing a venue for established and emerging artists alike to share their functional and sculptural creative endeavors. Juror – Nora Atkinson, The Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Atkinson was previously the curator of the Bellevue Arts Museum in Bellevue, Washington (2006-2014) where her curatorial work focused on art, craft and design. Presently at the Smithsonian, Atkinson was part of the team responsible for the recent renovation of the Renwick Gallery, the museum’s branch for contemporary craft and decorative art. She was the curatorial lead for the 2016 reinstallation of the contemporary craft permanent collection galleries and for the exhibition “Visions and Revisions: The 2016 Renwick Invitational.” 1. Open to all professional artists working in clay, fiber, quilt, glass, metal, jewelry, wood, 3D printing, and/or mixed media crafts. 2. Work submitted must be innovative and original in design. Work derivative of other artists or work created in a workshop with the aid of an instructor is not acceptable. 3. Works submitted must have been completed after January 1, 2015. If the work was accepted into a previous Craft Forms exhibitions, this work CANNOT be re-submitted for this or future Craft Forms. 4. Collaborative work is accepted. Please include all artists’ names on the on-line application. 5. Please contact WAC if the artist has an excessively large and/or complex installation. If the work requires carpentry and/or painting to the gallery walls or a specially built pedestal/armature or installation request, these additional expenses will be paid by the artist. 6. No accepted work may be picked up before the closing of the exhibition. 7. Art work must be available for sale during the length of the exhibition. 8. If artwork is sold during the jurying acceptance process, the Wayne Art Center will retain 40% of the retail price. 9. Work damaged in shipping or hand delivery may not be presented based on extent of deterioration. Artist will be contacted immediately by WAC if damage is recorded. 10. Withdrawal of accepted work by the artist prior to the exhibition will result in exclusion from exhibiting at WAC for the following year (2018). 11. All artwork submitted online to Craft Forms must be available for the entire duration of the jurying process and show. If the piece is accepted to both Craft Forms and a simultaneously running show, the piece must only be exhibited in Craft Forms. Please double check submission dates of all shows in order not to have overlapping dates. 12. Wayne Art Center reserves the right to reject entries that do not meet the requirements. Shipped work that differs from work accepted from digital submission will be disqualified. All accepted work must have proper identification. Awards Our efforts to cultivate organizations that acknowledge artists in various disciplines are ongoing. We are very pleased to announce $8,000+ in prize awards this year. The juror, Nora Atkinson, will select the award winners on December 1, 2017.
Galleries/Nonprofit Spaces Grants and Fellowships
$500 Grant for Visual Artists
Deadline: 07/31/2017 | Location: International
Artist Grant provides a one-time $500 USD grant to one visual artist each grant cycle. The deadline for the current grant cycle is July 31, 2017. We invite visual artists 18 and older from anywhere in the world to apply. Visual artists working in any media may apply: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, video, sculpture (of any type of material), ceramics, mixed/multiple medias, installation, and other new or alternative medias. Email the following to [email protected]: A link to your website (or links to your work in the case of video) OR 3-5 digital files of your work, and A CV, resume, or brief bio that includes your name There is an application fee of $25 USD, payable at (using Stripe, Apple Pay, Paypal, debit, or credit card) that helps defray the costs of administering this grant so that we may continue to support and fund artists' important work.
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Call for Art – National Juried Exhibition
Deadline: 08/24/2017 | Location: National
The Oxford Arts Alliance of Oxford, PA is excited to announce our 3rd Annual National Juried Exhibition! For our 2017 National Juried Exhibition, we have enlisted the expertise of Thomas Padon as our juror. Mr. Padon is the Director of the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, PA. He has held senior curatorial positions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, where he organized major exhibitions of the work of Josef Albers, Georges Braque and Joan Miró. Mr. Padon has also written and edited art books and headed up major exhibitions at the Brandywine, including the upcoming Centennial exhibition of Andrew Wyeth, so we are thrilled to have him be the juror of our exhibition! Original work in all media is eligible for entry. Awards: $1850 in cash prizes will be awarded by the juror. First Place: $1000 Second Place: $500 Third place: $350 Deadline for submission is August 24, 2017. Entry - Limit of 4, $15 each Additional information can be found at Any questions, please email Caitlin Daugherty, Director of Art Education at [email protected]
Miniature Art 2017
Deadline: 09/29/2017 | Location: Pennsylvania
33rd Annual Miniature Art Exhibition. Open to all USA artists. All fine arts; no crafts, photography or computer-generated artwork. Image size no greater than 24; sculpture should not exceed 5" in any dimension. Awards: Best of Show ($300) and 3 Merit Awards ($100). Fee $25, plus $15 shipping and insurance, for 1-4 entries. Juried by original work, due with entry form by September 29. Commission on sales 35%. Show runs November 3-January 5. Call for prospectus: 717-264-6883. Also available on website:
Membership Opportunity
Deadline: 12/31/2017 | Location: New York
The Painting Center, a non-profit, artist-run art gallery in Chelsea is looking for new members. The gallery is governed by its artist members, with an advisory board of alumni and supporters. The membership is responsible for organizing the calendar of exhibitions, maintaining financial stability, voting on new members, and carrying out The Painting Center’s mission. There are 15-22 members of The Painting Center at one time. As members leave, new or returning members are admitted by a majority vote based on viewings of the artists’ work. The membership dues are $240 per month. As a new member, you can expect to have a two-person exhibition in the Main Gallery within 24 months of your membership initiation. You can expect to have a one-person exhibition in the Main Gallery within 48 months following your initiation. In addition to exhibition opportunities, all members are represented on the gallery website, receive administrative/marketing support, and in connection with exhibitions have opportunities to give artist talks and participate in curatorial projects, panel discussions and other educational events. Membership meetings are held once a month. It is important to attend at least 6 meetings a year and participate fully in the operation of the gallery by joining at least two committees. Committees are maintenance, membership, finance, executive, exhibition, scheduling, fundraising and publicity. If you are interested, please submit your website to the current membership for review. This is the first step in the process of becoming a candidate for membership. After reviewing your website, you may be invited to come to The Painter Center to present your work.
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Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control
Deadline: 12/31/2017 | Location: International
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Outdoor Sculpture Competition Public Art/Percent-for-Art Residencies
A&H Artist-in-Residence Application
Deadline: 09/04/2017 | Location: Florida
From its beginning in 1937, André Smith viewed The Research Studio as a place for artists to gather, collaborate, experiment, and grow. That spirit is alive and well today as the A&H’s Maitland Art Center revisits its roots through a variety of programs designed to enrich the artistic community. ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM: Artists from around the country living and working at the A&H for three, six, or nine week residencies. The application for the 2017-18 Artist-in-Residence program is now available at No applications will be accepted before July 4 or after September 4. A word from former Artists-in-Residence: "This residency gave me a community, grounds, and stimulating architectural landmark to work from. I felt so inspired carrying on an original vision, combining art and architecture, working within a loving history." - Elizabeth Condon, A&H Artist-in-Residence, January 2017 "This was a very valuable experience to experiment with new work and approaches in a lovely environment. Everyone on campus was dedicated to making my time here as easy as possible to get lots of work done -- and delightful as individuals!" - Jeri Eisenberg, A&H Artist-in-Residence, April 2017
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