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Call for Artists, Krempp Gallery
Deadline: 03/12/2018 | Location: Indiana
The Krempp Gallery will be reviewing portfolios for solo and group shows for 2019. Open to artist working in all medias. No fees included. Professional and graduate-student artists only please. Artwork must be presented in a professional manner. The Gallery provides invitations, press releases, honorarium, insurance coverage on-site, and reception where needed. The artist is responsible for framing, shipping and/or delivery. 30% commission. Minimum of 10 images for solo show, more for group show, along with artist statement and curriculum vitae. Digital images and information should be sent by email or on CD. Paid opportunities for workshops/gallery talks in conjunction with the exhibit. Deadline: March 12, 2018. If interested please mail materials and a SASE to Emily Peak, Visual Arts Coordinator, Jasper Arts Center, 951 College Ave., Jasper, IN 47546. Or email submissions and any questions or concerns to Emily Peak, [email protected] or call (812) 482-3070. Visit us online at www.jasperarts.org for more information.
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Temporary Public Art Installation RFP
Deadline: 02/15/2018 | Location: National
Temporary Public Art Installations on East Avenue Deadline: 5pm (EST)Thursday, February 15, 2018 Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) seeks proposals for site-specific, temporary public art that will enliven the East Avenue neighborhood. RoCo encourages proposals for incisive, surprising, and unique sculpture and installation art of all forms, including media-based works. Of particular interest are projects that connect visitors to the location, buildings, park landscape, community and/or history of the neighborhood. Proposals for works that prompt visitors to return multiple times to experience changes in the piece are encouraged. RoCo welcomes visual artists, sculptors, sound artists, performing artists, photographers, filmmakers, and others to submit a proposal. RoCo’s public art program will give one artist the opportunity to envision, produce, and exhibit a sculpture or multimedia work adjacent to RoCo. The completed work will be exhibited to the public 24/7 for one to four months. The duration will be determined with RoCo staff based on the seasons and circumstances. Works may be offered for sale during the exhibition period. The artwork, if not sold by the end of the exhibition period, will remain the property of the artist. Artist will receive a $2,000 - $3,000 grant to support their project (50% materials, 50% artist stipend). Artist proposals will be reviewed relative to the following criteria: • Site specificity: ability of the work to engage art audiences and the general public with the location using elements of surprise, humor, imagery, design, etc. • Quality of the proposal and prior work • Fit for RoCo and our neighbors • Feasibility of the proposal • Originality and timeliness • Safety of visitors and passersby Eligibility This program is open to artists in the Greater Rochester area, New York artists, and national artists. Artists who have exhibited in other exhibitions at RoCo are eligible to apply. Site and Audience Selected works must meet safety requirements and be able to withstand the effects of weather and public use for the duration of the installation. Prior to preparing proposals, applicants are encouraged to visit the location, a unique urban park in downtown Rochester, both during the day and at night. Applicants are also encouraged to learn about the history and context of the location and neighborhood. Artworks will be on display free of charge to passersby 24/7 while invigorating the site as a destination for contemporary art lovers. The site is visited by 300 to 600 people each week, with neighborhood festivals attracting many more people. There is general lighting in the park and specific flood lighting for the main installation site. Though one public art pad has been identified, RoCo is open to considering other unique approaches. Timeline Proposals must be received by 5pm (EST), Thursday February 15, 2018 in order to be considered. The potential schedule is as follows: Production period begins: March 10, 2018. Installation prior to: May 15, 2018. Request for Proposals for more information contact: Bleu Cease (585) 461.2222 [email protected] Rochester Contemporary Art Center 137 East Avenue Rochester, NY 14604 585.461.2222 Proposal packages should consist of the following on a flash drive: 1.COVER SHEET Applicants must include a cover sheet with their name, mailing address, telephone number, email, project title, and a single paragraph of up to 150 words summarizing the proposed project. If applying as a team, please include the names and emails for each team member and identify one team member as the lead contact. 2. PROJECT PROPOSAL AND BUDGET Applicants must submit a project proposal of up to 1,000 words that clearly describes the project and its relationship to the specific site. Applicants must submit renderings and sketches of the proposed project. Audio or video artists should include sound or video files. Proposals must demonstrate feasibility within the budget. 3.CURRENT RESUME OR CV Resume or CV should include information about education; work and teaching experience; exhibition history, if applicable; awards, grants, and residencies; and other relevant information. 4.RECENT WORK WITH IMAGES AND SCRIPT Applicants must include up to seven digital images of recent works. These images are in addition to images submitted as part of the project proposal. Art concepts and/or recent works may be in any medium. An image script with a numbered list that corresponds to the submitted images should also be included. For each image, include the title, date, and a brief description of the work.
Seeking Artist Members
Deadline: 06/01/2018 | Location: Colorado
CORE New Art Space is looking for artist members to join our alternative art space. CORE has been in continuous operation since 1981, with artist members sharing the gallery maintenance. CORE hosts 16 exhibitions annually, 6 of which are open entry opportunities for non member artists residing in the community. There are no fees attached to applying for membership. Visit www.coreartspace.com for application details.
Juried Shows
Angels Wild and Winsome
Deadline: 12/01/2017 | Location: New Jersey
Every culture, every religion includes a belief in "winged spirits," Guardian figures strong, fierce, sometimes wrestling with humans, sometimes messengers delivering fateful news, often protectors, sometimes presented as those winsome cherubs. Many collect angel figures and artists of old as well as pop-artists have given us multitudes of images from saccharine to heroic. We now invite contemporary artists to share your angelic images...how do you view angels? All media welcome. No size requirements. Visit nailsinthewall.org for prospectus.
SNAP! 2018
Deadline: 12/11/2017 | Location: California
Snap, Crackle, Pop! Let’s start the New Year right. Snap! is a quick turnaround show filled with bright, delicious artwork hung salon-style and ready to be snapped up by Bay Area art lovers. Submit works of art you are certain someone would like to own right now. Make a name for yourself as an important emerging artist, someone to collect, a discovery in the making. To make things simple all works will be priced at $199, with $120 of sales going to the artist. Categories accepted: sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, mixed media, collage, assemblage, ceramics, fiber art, artist book - Original artwork only. Jurors: Arc Gallery & Studios partners: Matthew Frederick, Priscilla Otani, Stephen C. Wagner & Michael Yochum Exhibition Dates: January 19 & 20, 2018
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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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Deadline: 12/31/2017 | Location: International
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