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“NEW BEGINNINGS” – CALL FOR ARTISTS
Deadline: 01/08/2018 | Location: National
Manhattan Arts International is inviting artists worldwide to enter “New Beginnings”, an online exhibition, January 20 – March 20, 2018. All styles, mediums, subjects, and sizes are welcome. The online exhibition at manhattanarts.com will feature 50 artists. It will be promoted extensively on social media and to international subscribers. Several Awards from Manhattan Arts International and guest jurors. Entry fee: $20 for 1-3 entries by November 10. After that date: $30 for 1-3 entries. For details and entry form visit manhattanarts.com/call-for-artists-new-beginnings
Call to Artists FOR GUILFORD CRAFT EXPO 2018
Deadline: 01/09/2018 | Location: National
Deadline: Tues, 1/9/2018. Location: CT Call To Artists for GUILFORD CRAFT EXPO 2018- July 13-15, 2018. A high caliber juried exhibit celebrating its 61st year. With an annual average of 7000 attendees, EXPO is open to artists in North America. The event is held outdoors and offers artists an intimate town green venue in the center of this charming historical New England town. The event features 180 extraordinary national and regional artists, representing a broad spectrum of styles and mediums and it attracts an educated audience of collectors and lovers of art in all forms. For complete prospectus and application visit, https://www.zapplication.org or guilfordartcenter.org/expo: Application deadline is 1/9/2018. Late deadline 1/18/2018. Event benefits Guilford Art Centers educational programs. Contact: Dawn Tiscia 203.453.5947
LENS 2018 National Juried Photography Exhibition
Deadline: 01/15/2018 | Location: National
LENS 2018 INTERNATIONAL JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION MARCH 1, 2018 - APRIL 1, 2018 opening reception and awards March 3, 2018 5-7 PM JUROR: PAULA TOGNARELLI, Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography Perspective Gallery is pleased to announce our eighth annual juried exhibition of photography, LENS 2018. Photographers are invited to submit work for possible inclusion in the exhibition. All subject matter and photographic processes are welcome. JUROR Paula Tognarelli is the Executive Director and Curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography. The Griffin Museum of Photography located in Winchester outside Boston, Massachusetts, is a nonprofit photography museum whose mission is to promote an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional and social impact. The museum houses 3 galleries and maintains 3 satellite gallery spaces and several virtual on-line galleries as well. SUBMISSIONS Artists are invited to submit up to five (5) photographic images in JPEG form. Images must have been created within the past five years. Artists should complete the entry form and upload their images at: http://perspectivegallery.slideroom.com ENTRY FEE The fee for submitting up to five (5) images is $40. The fee is non-refundable. Deadline: January 15, 2018 Notification of acceptance: January 25, 2018 Deadline for delivery of works: February 19, 2018 Show opens: March 1, 2018 Opening reception and awards: March 3, 2018 Show closes: April 1, 2018 Pick up of hand-delivered work: April 1, 2018 Return shipment of work: April 4, 2018 AWARDS Juror’s Award: $300 1st runner-up: $200 2nd runner-up: $150 SALES Perspective Gallery will receive a 40% commission on any artwork sold during the exhibition. DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORK All accepted work must be framed in a professional manner with hanging wire (no sawtooth hangers, cleats, or merely D-rings). Work must arrive by February 19th. SHIPPING ARTWORK Artists shipping artwork must use UPS or FedEx, and include either an account number for return shipping or a prepaid return shipping bill. In-Person Delivery Artists may hand deliver work to Perspective Gallery (1310 1/2 B Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL) between 12-5pm 2/15-2/19. Questions? email: lens[email protected]
The Earth Speaks IV
Deadline: 02/02/2018 | Location: Pennsylvania
Juried exhibit, ARTSPACE Gallery (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania), concerning the Environmental Crisis. Sample topics: Man-made issues that pose a threat to our planet; Environmental disasters; Ideas for solutions. Artists in all mediums and all ages from the following states are invited to enter: ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI, NY, NJ, PA, VA, MD, DE, DC. $1100 in awards. Juror: Raymond Barnes, Professor of Art, Muhlenberg College; Allentown PA. Fee: $15 students; $30 adults for two images
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Call teaching Artist
Deadline: 02/04/2018 | Location: Indiana
Arts Place is looking for artist instructors for our Summer 2018 Arts in the Parks program. Arts in the Parks works with children in rural communities across East Central Indiana and West Central Ohio to introduce them to the arts and foster their creativity. Skills taught in past years include ceramics, fiber art, poetry, theater performance, painting, dance, sculpture and so much more. Classes run from early June through the end of July. The classes are hosted in multiple different location throughout our service area. We are looking for enthusiastic, creative, and accomplished artist instructors who have a passion for sharing their craft with children aged 6-14. Our teaching artists generally have at least a four-year degree in the arts, but significant experience will be considered. The selected candidates will have sizable input with the Arts in the Parks coordinator on the community arts projects and workshop curriculum. We are seeking instructors who are flexible, love working with children of all ages, can teach art in new and interesting ways, and are passionate about community building. Teaching artists will be contracted for one to two week residencies. Our artists are placed with compatible local families in pleasant surroundings. This is an important part of our residency experience as local families assist the teaching artist in making meaningful connections to the community. Arts Place is a rural arts council that operates arts centers in Portland, Indiana, Hartford City, Indiana and St. Mary’s, Ohio. It is our mission to foster the creative spirit in anyone. Teaching artists typically earn $550 to $1,200 per week based on training, experience, and demand. Supplies are provided for classes and teaching artists are reimbursed for mileage between class sites. Teaching artists are responsible for their own meals and travel to and from the area. To apply, please send a resume, 10 samples of your work, 3 class samples or community project ideas, and a letter of interest to [email protected] by February 5, 2018. To inquire about positions and the program prior to applying, contact Kimberly Anderson at (270) 726-4809 ext. 230 or at [email protected]
MLK50: Beyond the Balcony | Call to Artists
Deadline: 12/01/2017 | Location: Tennesseee
JURIED EXHIBITION In collaboration with the National Civil Rights Museum, Art Village Gallery, located in downtown Memphis TN, will join the city-wide celebration honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. The exhibition, "Beyond the Balcony" will feature works by artists of multi-racial and multi-cultural backgrounds who unite to examine **solutions to social, political and economic injustice. The **theme and focus is one of **ascending above and beyond the past. Artists are challenged to create artwork that explores the importance of motivating and activating positive change that will answer the question **"where do we go from here?" Each artist has a unique opportunity to contribute to the ongoing social and political discussion by using art as a platform to inform and influence the perspective of others. Submission Deadline: December 1, 2018 Exhibition Dates: Thursday, March 29, 2018 – May 26, 2018 Public Opening Reception: Friday, March 30, 2018 Only works on canvas and sculptures will be accepted. Submission guidelines are as follows: Send no more than three images in one email to [email protected] Please include dimensions, medium, and pricing. If we are interested in further information we will request it from you. We thank you for your interest in Art Village Gallery.
IT’S LIQUID International Contest
Deadline: 12/01/2017 | Location: Idaho
ITS LIQUID Group, a communication platform for contemporary art, architecture and design, is proud to present ITS LIQUID International Contest - 5th Edition 2017. The contest is a great opportunity to present your works in galleries and art spaces in the most influential cities in the world. Taking part in ITS LIQUID Contest, you can win the participation in contemporary art exhibitions in Venice during the 16th Architecture Biennale, in New York, Bogotá, Buenos Aires, interviews and featured articles on specialized magazines and platforms, one year contracts for the representation in influencial art galleries. ITS LIQUID Contest is developed in partnership with a professional jury, composed by renowed curators, gallerists, architects, fashion designers, high level experts and important professionals of the Art, Architecture, Design and Fashion Worlds. ITS LIQUID Contest is composed by ten categories: painting, photography, video-art, sculpture and installation, performing art, architecture, product design, fashion design, computer graphic, illustration and drawing. The deadline for registration is December 01, 2017. More: http://www.itsliquid.com/contest/about/
Japan Day Art Contest 2018
Deadline: 12/06/2017 | Location: International
Japan Day is inviting all visual artists to submit their work to Japan Day Art Contest to select our Japan Day Official Artist 2018. We are accepting submissions that incorporate the three themes of New York, Japan, and Central Park. The chosen artwork will become the official image of Japan Day @ Central Park 2018, and will be used for the official poster, programs, flyer, and T-shirts. Several artists will receive honorable mentions. Japan Day Official Artists will receive a pair of round trip tickets to Japan provided by ANA and all the winning artworks will be displayed at an exhibition space on the 18th floor of the Consulate General of Japan in New York. All winners will be announced in March 2018. The awards will be presented on the day of event in May 2018. RULES - Art must incorporate all of the following three themes: “New York,” ”Japan,” and “Central Park.” - Size must be 24" tall x 18" wide. - Only two-dimensional media is accepted. - Only one submission per artist will be accepted. - All entries must be the original work of the entering artist. - Artwork which has been submitted to previous contests and/or previously shown or published is not eligible. - Artwork does not need to include the Japan Day logo or any text related to the event. - Artwork that violates copyrights, intellectual property rights, and/or any related rights of a third party, is not eligible. (For example, the use of existing anime characters would be a violation of copyrights.) - Art must not contain explicit sexuality, violence, or any discriminatory elements. - The final layout and design of the poster, flyer and other publicity materials will be created and approved by Japan Day Inc. Artist’s approval is not required for publication. - By submitting their artwork, artists grant Japan Day Inc. the right to use their work for the purpose of marketing, exhibition and other Japan Day-related uses.
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