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SOCIAL CODE Juried Exhibition
Deadline: 07/20/2018 | Location: Florida
SOCIAL CODE Exhibition: August 20th – September 29th Calling all Artists! SOCIAL CODE is an exhibition of new works by local, state and national artists. The concept of the show is to demystify Art vs. Social Media as written about by Ben Davis (see excerpt below), to create a social networking art show, and to provide artists an opportunity to show their work here at Arts Warehouse. Can an Instagram feed be a curated gallery? Is social media pulling us away from seeing works in person? How has the social aspect of our lives impacted our artistic practices? This call for art is seeking work that may explore or explain any of these questions as well as the general “battle” of Art vs. Social Media. This theme is open to interpretation by the artist – all mediums and ideas welcome. DEADLINE: Applications and all artwork due July 20th, 2018 Artist Submissions Open to artists/creatives ages 18+ working in All media 2-D, 3-D, Video, Installations etc. Must be new work, less than two years old. Artists may submit multiple pieces. Artwork can range from Facebook feeds to Instagram worthy installations and beyond. You are encouraged to get out of the box creative; create/submit something that viewers want to post and interact with Please note Artist are responsible for round trip shipment of work and/or delivery/pick up of work. To Submit, Email the following to artswarehousedelray@gmail.com with artist name and “SOCIAL CODE Submission” in the subject line. – 1-2 image of each piece – Statement or description of the piece – Title, Medium, size, year in name of file – Artist Contact Information The exhibition and awards will be juried by Nichole Hickey, Manager of Artist Services, The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. Best in Show (Featured image and article on our promo materials, website and social media, newsletter) 2nd place (Featured image on website and social media, newsletter) 3rd place and People’s Choice (Featured image on social media and website) ART VS. SOCIAL MEDIA “By “art,” let’s say we mean the products of the traditional, professionalized art world, a privileged class of esthetic objects set apart from ordinary communicative acts, authored by a special person called an artist. For “social media,” let’s say we mean all these new-fangled media platforms which are highly accessible, and based around enabling open-ended conversations between networks of participants. The utility of this operation is that it lets us see that the question of “art and social media” actually involves an opposition between two different fields, with different logics: a relatively exclusive, closed-in type of expression vs. a relatively open, relation-based mode of operation. This means that there can be no harmonious merger of the two terms, just various ways of navigating the tension between them. (The only thing that would be “social media art” in the full and genuine sense would be a social networking service actually designed as an art project, which would raise all sorts of questions.)” Ben Davis
Open Submissions
Deadline: 07/31/2018 | Location: International
OPEN SUBMISSION THROUGH July 31, 2018 No Entry Fee The Woven Tale Press is a monthly online literary and fine arts magazine. The Press mission is to grow traffic to noteworthy artists and writers on the Web; we link contributors works directly back to their websites or blogs. The Press welcomes submissions of painting, mixed media, crafts (including fiber), sculpture, photography, printmaking, and experimental. We pride ourselves on being eclectic. For submission guidelines visit http://thewoventalepress.net/how-to-submit/. Please review current issues before submitting. Website: thewoventalepress.net Contact person: Editor-in-Chief Sandra Tyler email (for info only): editor@thewoventalepress.net
OGA VideoArt Exhibitions 2018/2019
Deadline: 07/31/2018 | Location: International
Born in 2013, the space of the OGA (Ospizio Giovani Artisti / Young Artists Hospice) organizes from four to six group exhibitions every year, with contemporary and modern art works that come exclusively from the Collection of the OGA. These works are usually donated to the OGA by the artists themselves in order to create thematic exhibitions that are a continuous reflection on the role of art involvement in today's society. It's very important to say that the OGA was born with the ironic intent to exhibit only works made by artists over 35 years of age, in provocative opposition to festivals and institutions that seek only young artists. On the occasion of the VideoArt Exhibitions this limit will not be fully respected. It is true, however, that artists over 35 years of age will have more chances to be selected, trying to respect as much as possible the primary rule of the exhibition space. Rules & Terms Only for VideoArt works. Please don't send narrative or documentary works. The selected video works will be screened in the upcoming group exhibitions of the season 2018/2019 of the OGA. The videos will be projected sequentially on one or more monitors. It is not possible to submit video installations or videos for screenings in loop. Note that, in every exhibition, will be shown also at last one titled and signed by the artist photo/still related to every selected video. This means that, if selected, the author have obviously to send a file of the video for the screening, but also (and this only by mail) at last one printed image in relation with the selected video, signed by the author himself, and with the title and the year. Videos not accompanied by at least one printed work will be excluded from the exhibitions. The author can decide the dimensions of the printed image, but please, do not send works that are too small... Very important: to send the printed and signed pictures please use the submission address, and not the OGA address. The material works (prints, etc) will not be returned to the authors. They will become part of the OGA Collection and used for future exhibitions. Obviously the authors will be advised on time, whenever. Finally: the OGA is not a profit space and can not pay fees or give hospitality, but each exhibition will be publicized on social networks, on the OGA facebook page, and on the OGA web page: www.ospiziogiovaniartisti.com
OUR-TOPIA
Deadline: 08/15/2018 | Location: Washington
Face it, things are bleak. Climate change, police brutality, gun violence, inequality, blatant racism, authoritarian populism threatening our democracy . . . you get the idea. It’s difficult not to feel discouraged and fearful. Outrage and fear are the primary notes struck in the press and amplified in the echo chambers of social media. It’s tempting for artists to just keep riffing on dystopian themes. How about, instead, artists make a conscious effort to shape our reality towards “the good life”? We are looking for artwork in which artists envision a hopeful future, to be exhibited in "OUR-TOPIA" at the Good Arts Gallery, May 2 - August 31, 2019. We are looking for work that doesn’t require the viewer to wonder what your vision is, i.e., art that is illustrative and representational rather than abstract. Submit 3 examples of existing work and a sketch or two of the piece you would create just for this show, along with a brief verbal description of your vision for a more hopeful future and what that would look like. Based on past work and the sketched outline of your idea, we'll invite artists to create work for the show. Deadline for submissions: August 15, 2018 Notification: September 1, 2018 Images due for publicity: March 1, 2019 Delivery of work: April 2019 Additional information and submission form is at: http://goodartsoncherry.com/ourtopia/
Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery Considers 5 Artists for Solo Exhibitions
Deadline: 10/31/2018 | Location: South Carolina
The Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery is reviewing for 5 solo exhibitions in 2019/2020. Upload 10-15 jpg images, image list, & CV to Dropbox.com & share folder with artgallery@coker.edu or send a CD with same to Art Gallery, Coker College Art Dept., 300 E. College Ave., Hartsville, SC 29550 (SASE if you want it returned). Gallery provides $300 towards shipping & $200 for gallery talk. Deadline is Oct. 31, notifications by end of Dec. Prospectus: http://www.ceceliacokerbellgallery.com/, Email: artgallery@coker.edu, or 843 383-8156.
New gallery looking for Professional Artists for 2018
Deadline: 12/31/2018 | Location: Connecticut
GR Art Gallery, is a theme oriented contemporary art gallery (2500sqft) , open to all ideas and techniques especially painting and printmaking.
Galleries/Nonprofit Spaces Grants and Fellowships
2019 S&R Foundation Washington Award
Deadline: 08/03/2018 | Location: District Of Colombia
2019 S&R Foundation Washington Award Application is now live! The S&R Foundation Washington Award recognizes talented emerging artists working in visual arts, music, and dance. This year we are excited to announce the amount of the Washington Award will be increased to a cash prize of $10,000. The Awards Committee may designate a Grand Prize winner who will receive an additional $5,000. Additionally: • Award winners become part of the S&R Foundation network of artists, scientists, and social entrepreneurs. • Award winners will be invited to the Washington Award Ceremony in Washington D.C. in Spring 2019. To learn more and apply visit https://bit.ly/2LIrAigM Applications close August 3, 2018.
The John D. Mineck Furniture Fellowship
Deadline: 08/13/2018 | Location: National
John D. Mineck Foundation The John D. Mineck Foundation was created in 2007 to award charitable and educational gifts, which reflect John Mineck’s interests and values. John’s skills as a fine furniture maker were a result of passion, dedication and the guidance of a well-known furniture artist. Without that guidance, John would not have realized his capabilities. In an effort to support the art that John loved and the people who make it, the Foundation has created a fellowship to encourage and support a young-in-career furniture artist with the financial assistance to help him/her succeed in his/her journey. The fellowship has been designed to help support a talented furniture artist looking to fulfill an apprenticeship, develop his/her own skills, and/or make the transition to independence. The John D. Mineck Furniture Fellowship of $25,000 is awarded annually to one artist and is administered by The Society of Arts and Crafts. The 2018 Fellow will join a prestigious cohort alongside Will Tracey (2009), Libby Schrum (2010), Bart Niswonger (2011), Nick Hollibaugh (2012), Vivian Beer (2013), Kimberly Winkle (2014), Sarah Marriage (2015), Annie Evelyn (2016), and Jack Mauch (2017). Criteria & Guidelines The fellowship will focus on furniture makers whose work is contemporary and functional, and artists who live and work in Northeast United States. Traditional and sculptural furniture makers as well as candidates from other regions in the United States may be considered. The following criteria will be considered in evaluating applications: Quality of the artwork, strength of vision, and a portfolio that evidences growth beyond school or university work Artwork and résumé demonstrating perseverance and commitment to artistic career The strength and feasibility of the fellowship proposal Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of application Artist collaborations will be considered Currently enrolled, full-time students are not eligible Fellowship Fund Uses Examples of expenses that would be allowable include: Opportunities for advanced study or apprenticeship with a significant mentor Attending professional development classes or workshops Equipment or supplies related to artwork Upgrade or rental of studio space Marketing and website development Travel related to artwork (conferences, expos, exhibitions, shows, etc) The portion of federal income taxes directly related to the fellowship income Examples of expenses that would NOT be allowable include: Purchase of real estate, rent (non studio), mortgage payments Tuition or classes related to a degree Paying off education loans or past debt Fellowship Recipient Fellow will be required to sign a contract agreeing to the following terms: Fellow is required to provide a mid-term and final report to the Society during the award period, which describes progress made on the plan, any changes to the plan and the impact on artistic development. The reports may take the form of a conversation, email or a letter. Fellow must file a financial report to the Society at the end of the award period that outlines how funds were used. Fellow is encouraged to attend the John D. Mineck golf tournament and award presentation on Thursday, October 5 in Massachusetts to share their experiences and the impact the fellowship has made or will make on their career. Fellow is requested to acknowledge funding by the John D. Mineck Foundation in any promotional materials, shows, events, or publications that result from award activities and notify the Society of publicity that results from the award. Fellow is required to make themselves available to the press to promote the award. This may include studio visits, photo shoots, interviews and events. Additional Information Grants are subject to state and federal income tax. The portion of federal income tax related to the income resulting from receiving the Artist Fellowship is an allowable expense in the application budget. Please contact the IRS or your tax preparer for further information. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Application Deadline August 13, 2018. The 2018 John D. Mineck Fellow will be announced September 3, 2018. Submissions will be juried by Sarah Marriage.
Job Postings
Arts Writer
Deadline: 08/15/2018 | Location: New York
The successful candidate will be a thoughtful writer who is engaged in the visual arts, has a deep interest in women's issues and a visionary approach to the ways in which these converge. The Arts Writer will participate in all aspects of Women’s Studio Workshop, including WSW events, which can take place on evenings and weekends. In addition to writing and managing WSW’s blog, the Arts Writer will participate in WSW’s marketing team by attending weekly meetings, posting artist-related content across social media and through email, and engaging critically with staff and artists about art and artistic representation. Responsibilities: -Interview resident artists and write a blog post on each (approximately one per week) -Write quarterly blogs that tie together work of current or recents artists and the greater contemporary conversations within the field, specific but not limited to print, paper, book arts, etc -Work with WSW’s staff and Board to identify 12 outside writers per year to work on special projects and increase readership; contract with and manage these writers -Manage the blog schedule in coordination with the marketing team, ensuring timely posts while the artists are still working at WSW -Grow blog readership in measurable ways and find new vehicles to support resident artists through this work -Maintain and elevate WSW’s voice and branding -Photograph artists working in the studio -Track social media, website, and email analytics and give weekly reports at staff meeting -Keep WSW’s Flickr account up to date with artist images -Generate content for all AIR-related posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram -Create AIR-related content for email marketing through MailChimp, including spots in WSW’s Monthly e-Digest, blog-centric emails, and artist’s book announcements -Work with the Artistic Director to launch new artists’ books, including but not limited to, visual documentation, book description, and website page -Manage website as it relates to artists (alumnae, gallery, artists’ books, etc.) -Complete other tasks, as needed Requirements: -Possesses a major or minor in Art History or Visual Arts and has knowledge of contemporary art -Eager to engage critically with artists and produce one artist feature per week -Adept at operating at high-efficiency in a deadline-continuous environment and producing content under tight deadlines without sacrificing quality -Experienced in writing about visual arts and passionate about elevating the quality of art writing online -Proactive in addressing any an all issues related to job responsibilities -Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills -Extremely organized and detail-oriented -Comfortable taking direction from more than one editor/manager and eager to improve as a writer with each and every blog -Embraces opportunities for growth and works well independently and as part of a team Preferred qualifications: -Familiarity with the artistic disciplines offered by WSW (printmaking, papermaking, ceramics, darkroom photography, and book arts) -Knowledge of Adobe Suite, MailChimp, Salesforce, Wordpress, and/or social media platforms Application Materials: -Cover letter -Resume -Names of three references with phone numbers and email addresses -Three writing samples (at least one non-academic) Compensation includes: $30,000 annual salary, 2 weeks paid vacation, ~2.5 weeks paid vacation for WSW’s winter break, and generous sick time. Healthcare stipend anda private, studio apartment on WSW’s campus ($700/mo) are available. This is a full time, exempt position with a one-year contract. There is a possibility of contract extension or permanent hire at the end of the first year. Women’s Studio Workshop (WSW) is an equal opportunity employer. WSW recognizes workplace diversity as an asset that contributes to the success of its mission and is committed to a policy that respects and values individual differences. WSW will not discriminate in hiring, retention or promotion of any individual on the basis of age, race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, HIV status, marital status, or pregnancy.
Juried Shows
Sugarloaf Craft Festivals – Spring 2019 Tour
Deadline: 07/30/2018 | Location: National
Apply today for one of the nation's most respected and well-established collection of events. Sugarloaf Craft Festivals is on the lookout for talented artists and craftspeople to join us on our Spring 2019 Tour. 5 award-winning shows in 5 unique and successful markets. Sugarloaf shows are perfect for emerging and established artisans looking to exhibit in a fun, safe, and profitable environment. Since 1976, Sugarloaf has been building a loyal customer base of art enthusiasts and craft collectors who consistently shop at our festivals. They know the Sugarloaf name means unique, one-of-a-kind, masterfully created works of art. Join our Spring 2019 Tour and see for yourself what makes our shows so special. Apply now!
Sugarloaf Craft Festivals – Fall 2018 Tour
Deadline: 11/30/2018 | Location: National
Sugarloaf is on track to make our Fall 2018 Tour a monumental success. We're looking for artists & craft designers who want to sell their creations to a targeted, qualified group of buyers. We provide a fun, safe, and profitable marketplace for artisans to meet directly with thousands of collectors and enthusiasts. Our targeted marketing campaigns bring in qualified buyers - all of them looking for original, one-of-a-kind, and masterfully created arts & crafts to add to their homes. Apply today and become part of Sugarloaf's respected community of exhibitors. Visit our website, www.SugarloafCrafts.com for more info.
Juried Shows | Gallery Settings
Image Credit: Daggi Wallace, Quiet Beauty I Deadline: September 28, 2018 Opportunity: National Exhibition Dates: May 2 - September 8, 2019 Sponsor: The Pittsburgh Foundation & The Muskegon Museum of Art Venue: The Muskegon (Michigan) Museum of Art City/State: Muskegon, MI Awards: Ten (10) finalists will each receive $1,000 to participate in a traveling exhibition. One woman receives $50,000 and a solo exhibition. Juror's Names: Steven Alan Bennett (The Bennett Prize), Art Martin (The Muskegon Museum of Art), Andrea Kowch (Artist), Maria Tomasula (University of Notre Dame) Eligibility/Works Accepted: The Bennett Prize is open only to living women artists who: Are eighteen (18) years or older, Reside in the United States, at least part of the year, Will submit work (and work for any exhibition) that does NOT have to cross an international border to reach Muskegon Museum of Art, Have primary practice as the creation of original paintings in the genre of figurative realism, Are currently pursuing, or intend to pursue, a career as a full-time painter and will not be a student during The Prize residency. To be considered for The Bennett Prize, artists must participate in the exhibition of finalists. Artists must have works available for exhibition and travel from Feb. 1, 2019 through at least the end of 2021. All entries must be traditional paintings, which is defined as paint upon a two-dimensional surface. Mixed media pieces will be considered, as long as paint is the primary material. Paintings must depict representational images of one or more figures. Paintings rendered over the top of photographic images are NOT eligible. Only original works completed in the past five (5) years are eligible. Entry Fee: $50 Email: Art Martin at amartin@mpsk12.net Phone: Muskegon Museum of Art at 231-720-2582 Website: https://thebennettprize.org Prospectus: https://thebennettprize.org/bennett/complete-rules
Inside Small: Juried Small Works Art Exhibit
Deadline: 10/14/2018 | Location: New York
Inside Small: Juried Small Works Art Exhibit Open to all artists in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Artwork must not exceed 12” x 12” (or 144” sq. inches), including frame or base. Artwork weight limited to 25 lbs. Artists may submit a maximum of three (3) entries for consideration. Deadline: October 14, 2018.
Miscellaneous No Entry Fee
Call for Artist Submissions
Deadline: 12/31/2018 | Location: Florida
Leader Art Consultants (LAC) is an art consulting firm based in Pensacola, FL that matches work by local and regional artists to area residential and commercial client spaces. Submitting artists must live or work within FL, AL, MS, LA or TX. LAC's artist database is internally used. After an extensive consultation is given to our clients we refer to our database to choose the most appropriate art to present. We present and purchase work in all styles and mediums including paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, and other art media. For commercial spaces we typically place larger works (i.e. 20” x 20” and larger). However, smaller series of works can be used in multiples. LAC rarely matches work for client sites that contain subject matter depicting nudes, strong political tones, and religious iconography. If your work consists solely of any of these please reconsider applying to this call. Submit online at leaderfineart.com/call-for-artists.
Online Exhibitions Online Gallery (Free To Post) Residencies