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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 sq.in.; 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: www.councilforthearts.net/opportunities
Ocala Outdoor Sculpture Competition – Call to Artists
Deadline: 09/30/2017 | Location: Florida
The City of Ocala in partnership with the Appleton Museum of Art, Fine Arts For Ocala, and Marion Cultural Alliance is accepting submissions from artists working in North America to participate in the Fourth Ocala Outdoor Sculpture Competition. Ten works will be selected for a 20-month exhibition at Tuscawilla Park in Ocala, FL. Best of Show, Second Place, Honorable Mention, and People's Choice awards will be selected. Total Awards: $24,000. Artists must be 18 or older to enter. For entry Guidelines and more information, visit www.ocalafl.org/outdoorsculpture. ENTRY DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 30th, 2017. Entries may be submitted via email to Scul[email protected] or mailed to: Ocala Outdoor Sculpture Competition, 828 NE 8th Ave. Ocala, FL. 34470.
Artists of all levels are invited to submit design proposals for a mural located near the future home of the Levitt Pavilion, Dayton’s free outdoor amphitheater planned to open at Dave Hall Plaza in 2018. The mural should reflect the spirit or music, musicians, and musical performance. The inclusion of Dayton’s rich musical past, present, and future, as well as any other interpretation of how music plays a role in our city’s rich cultural fabric is highly encouraged. Subject This is a request for proposals for a mural that has a music theme to be located on the City of Dayton Transportation Center Garage. The site is located near the future home of the Levitt Pavilion, Dayton’s free outdoor amphitheater planned to open at Dave Hall Plaza in 2018. The mural should reflect the spirit or music, musicians, and musical performance. The inclusion of Dayton’s rich musical past, present, and future, as well as any other interpretation of how music plays a role in our city’s rich cultural fabric is highly encouraged. Location The City of Dayton Transportation Center Garage is located in Downtown Dayton and bounded by Jefferson, Fourth, St. Clair, and Stone streets (see map below). Specifically, the mural will be installed on the west face of the garage (along Jefferson Street) focusing on the inset cement block walls (see image on the next page). This location is across Jefferson Street from the Levitt Pavilion site. Goal To enliven the Jefferson streetscape with a mural that has a music theme, which is appropriate due to the site’s proximity to the Levitt Pavilion and other establishments that feature live music. Timeline Call for Submission Opens September 1, 2017 Submission Deadline: October 9, 2017 midnight Notification of Semi-Finalists: October 13, 2017 Final Design Deadline: October 23, 2017 Notification of Design Selection: October 27, 2017 Project Production: October 30-November 10, 2017 The proposed mural shall encompass at least the center of the three bays. That center bay is approximately 389 square feet in area, with the glass block windows not included. The left bay has the same height and width, but also has the door area. The right bay is approximately 383 square feet in area. Background Information The City of Dayton Transportation Center Garage, completed in 1973, was part of the Mid-Town Mart Urban Renewal Area. Over the years, it has primarily served patrons of the Dayton Convention Center and the Crowne Plaza Hotel. However, a number of recent developments have increased its role and importance for not just the immediate area, but all of Downtown Dayton. In addition to the Convention Center and hotel, the garage serves or has the ability to serve a number of other downtown employers, Levitt Pavilion patrons, as well as to potentially serve patrons of the Oregon District entertainment area. This puts the Transportation Garage, arguably overlooked and underutilized for decades, as now having a cornerstone role in the increased density of visitors and activity in Downtown Dayton. In association with this expanded role, the City of Dayton and its partners seek to improve the convenience, functionality, and visual impact of the garage. The garage was designed from a predominately utilitarian perspective four decades ago—and it shows. By applying relatively low-cost/high impact improvements, such as signage, lighting, and public art, we can increase usage and improve visitor experience. Eligibility Eligibility for the project is as follows: · Any amateur or professional artist or designer age 18 and older is eligible to apply. Artists under the age of 18 may apply if they are part of a team with at least one member that is 18 or older. · Applications must have primary residence within a 40-mile radius of downtown Dayton. · Applications must submit a complete proposal through the CAFÉ system (callforentry.org). · Submissions can be made by individuals, groups, classes or teams. · Submission fee is $10 per application and open to the public within the eligible geography. · Three Semi-Finalists will be selected to submit a final design. · Final Design will be selected by a committee made up of Dayton and Levitt Pavillion officials and arts professionals. · If selected, be available for a consultation with K12’s mural team in early November 2017. · If selected, sign an agreement with project organizers. Compensation · Semi-Finalists will receive a modest stipend of $125 for to their final design. · The selected artist will earn a $2,500 stipend for their design. Proposal Requirements Complete proposals shall include: 1. Application with complete contact information 2. Proposed site design – designs should be submitted as high resolution .jpg. Up to three images may be submitted from different vantage points, one of which should be rendered to scale applied to the intended building/surface. 3. In addition to submitting proposed designs, applicants may choose to include qualifications to install the mural, or submit designs only. If the submission is for design only, DVAC will contract with K12 Gallery Mural Production team to install the mural. 4. Résumé or brief biography of the artist/team’s experience with references 5. Examples of other relevant work samples – one minimum image, three maximum 6. Artist statement about the design, including a description of your design vision for the project, creative approach and other relevant information (one-page maximum) 7. $10.00 Application fee Click the link https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=4657 for full application guidelines or visit daytonvisualarts.org.
Spoken & Unspoken
Deadline: 10/30/2017 | Location: California
Art is a democratic form of expression on the convoluted news around politics today. Utilizing both traditional, and non-traditional mediums, artists all over the nation have been creatively expressing distaste or excitement on the happenings of national and international politics. This exhibition will showcase voices of artists who refuse to be silent and actively engage in the citizens’ conversation. Open to nationwide residents. Any media will be accepted. The SCAL reserves the right to decline or remove any work that does not conform to the agreement.
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6X6NW Call For Art
Deadline: 09/28/2017 | Location: National
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is currently accepting submissions for 6X6NW, an exhibition and fundraiser event featuring hundreds of small artworks. Each artwork must be 6”x 6” and artists may enter up to 10 artworks of any medium (2D or 3D). There is no fee to enter! All entries will be exhibited during 6X6NW on October 7 and offered for sale to the public for $36 each. The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council will receive a 66% commission on any works sold and artists may elect to waive their 34% commission and contribute their work(s) as a full donation to benefit the Arts Council’s community arts programming and events. Interested in taking pART? Registration and participation is open to all — no art background is required! All you have to do is visit www.shorelinearts.net/6X6NWCall, fill out the registration form (no artwork photos needed), and follow the simple instructions for submitting your work to the Arts Council. Plus, prizes will be awarded in several categories, including People's Choice, and participants will receive 6 free tickets to the event at Shoreline Community College on October 7 (a $60 value), and recognition on the Art Council’s website. Entries Due: September 29 or postmarked by September 28 6X6NW is a fundraiser to support Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council programming and will be held on Saturday, October 7 in the Lobby of the Student Union Building at Shoreline Community College – 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Bldg. 9000, Shoreline, WA 98133. Please note: Artworks will not be insured by the Arts Council or Shoreline Community College. The Arts Council reserves the right to not display any work for any reason. Photography of the artworks during the exhibition will be permitted. Commission checks will be issued within 30 days of the exhibition and sent to the address provided on the application.
Third on Canvas: A Juried Live Paint Event
Deadline: 09/30/2017 | Location: Florida
Live paint opportunity in Naples, FL. Paint on the street in Old Naples February 11th & 12th, 2018 and donate completed works. Artists are invited to attend charity gala and auction on February 15th, 2018. Cash awards will be presented and all artists will receive 40% of auction sale price. For consideration submit up to 6 .jpegs, image list. CV and contact info to: [email protected] No fees to participating artists.
Extended deadline! Biennial of Digital Art 2018
Deadline: 10/01/2017 | Location: International
Dear Team, Digital Art Biennial extends registrations until October 1 INTERESTED PARTIES CAN REGISTER UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 2017 THROUGH DIGITAL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE DIGITAL ART FESTIVAL WEBSITE The Digital Art Festival (FAD) has extended registrations until October 1 for the selective process of cultural and artistic works that contemplate the theme "Hybrid Languages". The selected works will be part of the Biennial program in the cities of Rio de Janeiro, between February 5 and March 18, 2018 at Oi Futuro Flamengo, and 26 to April 29, 2017 at Conjunto Moderno Da Pampulha - Museu de Arte da Pampulha (MAP), Casa do Baile and Casa Kubitschek; Casa Fiat de Cultura and in the Innovation Ecosystem Atmosphera. You can watch here: http://bit.ly/FAD-Extended Submission PLataform http://www.bienalartedigital.com The registered works must reflect and bring to debate the experimentation of new artistic languages through the use of new tools and technologies. It is possible to register, professionals and students of any age and of different areas, Brazilian and international intellectuals, artists, creators, producers or artistic groups. In the case of minors be selected,it will be required an authorization from the responsible ones The purpose of the selection process is to democratize and broaden access to digital production and the diffusion of digital culture, in addition to establishing relationships with new producers, national, and international artists. Artistic and cultural works are going to be accepted for use in exhibitions and performances - shows, presentations, interventions and others; and research, innovation and development, for use in symposia, lectures, panel presentations and workshops. ABOUT FAD The Digital Art Festival (FAD) is a project on the inventive exploration of new technologies in the field of arts and communication. One of the axes of the project is the exhibition of installations of performances and diverse presentations, privileging the digital art (produced by machines, softwares and programming). The training of young creators is another FAD's goal, with mediation work, workshops of the educational program in the exhibitions, as well as lectures given by artists, academic market professionals and others parts involved in the fields of science and technology, either with regional or national names, and international organizations. Since 2007, the Digital Art Festival has spread the themes of Art through New Technologies in four pillars of action in Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro / Brazil: workshops, lectures, presentations and art exhibitions. During this period there were around 20 thousand people, and exchanges with many professionals around the world, publications, researches and national awards. The first FAD’s Digital Art Biennial is a great opportunity for all professionals, artists and thinkers who work with technology. The goal will be to present works and concepts in which the transformations of digital processes over time, in life, in creativity and in society by means of art as well as communication can create experiences through hybridizations. ABOUT THEME The current configurations of Technological Art have been fused with contemporary life in a viral process of incessant exchanges between the real and the simulated world. Hybrid works are created, in which the digital and the analog, the natural and the artificial, the real and the virtual, cross. Technology has come to be seen as a constitutive factor of human life and with biotechnology, as life itself. Scientific researches are re-appropriated and transformed into artistic languages through the use of interactivity, virtuality, hybrid systems and immersion.
Marilyn Newmark Memorial Grant
Deadline: 10/02/2017 | Location: National
The Marilyn Newmark Memorial Grant is a $7,800 prize for a sculptor, specializing in animal sculpture, who has demonstrated a commitment to sculpting and outstanding ability in his or her body of work. The Grant consists of an unrestricted $5,000 cash award, a half-page ad in Fine Art Connoisseur magazine (value: $2,150) and a quarter page ad in Sculpture Review magazine (value: $650). All applicants must be citizens of or residents in the United States with a social security number. The grant is for a mature body of work; sculpture created in workshop or instructional settings should not be submitted.
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