Factory-Art Projects – Exhibition in October 2015 during the Frieze London Art Fair week.
Deadline: 10 Dec 2014.
London, as always during the Frieze week, will be a swarm of collectors and art lovers from all over the world that will gather October. We hope, with this event, to show a high level of artists in our exhibition!
Factory-Art will be at the Truman Brewery showing artwork by 30 artists selected among many excellent and interesting artists who are joining our Factory-Art community. The exhibition will include an online catalogue.
The Truman Brewery – Brick Lane – London E1 next October is going to be a terrific art hub with many art events at the same time. Trumann Brewery is now one of the most active hearts of emerging art, creative people, fashion, design, and art lovers in London.
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Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center – The Representing the West exhibition is open to all artists. We are interested in work that answers the question, “What does the American West mean to me?”
Deadline: 27 Dec 2014.
We welcome non-traditional subject matter, materials (excluding video and audio) and concepts as well as traditional depictions of the West.
Mission: The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center serves as a valuable community resource, providing varied educational opportunities, quality visual and performing arts, and an artistic venue for celebrations.
Who We Are: One-of-a-kind, educational, inspirational, inclusive … the Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center fits all these descriptions plus many more. Pledging art for all, this beautiful facility has held hands with arts education in southern Colorado since 1972 and never let go. We are a multi-disciplinary center for the arts located in Pueblo that also serves 17 surrounding counties.
As an organization, we encourage people to bring out the best in others through high-quality art exhibitions, performing arts, dance arts, an award-winning children’s museum, comprehensive arts educational programming, and space for meetings, performances and life events.
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Fashionable Ferndale’s downtown is a thriving business community with distinctive boutiques and bistros. The lively atmosphere attracts young upwardly mobile professionals. This show is designed to provide a showcase for artists that have work that appeals to that group.
Deadline: 15 Jun 2015.
We are looking for work that shows more than a bit of creativity, that challenges the mind, or simply sparks the imagination. Artwork that does not sit quietly, but invites a reaction. Overall however, keep in mind, this is a high quality juried fine art show.
Integrity Shows, the event producer, is involved in a number of area events. Each has a specific target audience. For example, the twenty year old Royal Oak Clay and Glass Show. By producing an event appropriate for a community, we attract crowds that have a direct interest in the works being presented
Fun, Funky, Fashionable
Integrity Shows avoids the everything for everybody concept of shows. Our marketing is designed to bring people with the means and ability to buy your artwork. Our shows are widely praised for the effort placed toward supporting participating artists. We understand that your success is essential and we do what it takes to meet your needs.
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One winner will be awarded a solo show at Prince Gallery and two runner-ups will be awarded online exhibitions. Submissions must be primarily consisting of photography, but may include other media.
Deadline: 15 Jan 2015.
We encourage submissions of both traditional and non-traditional image-making and presentation, as well as antiquated processes, photograms, silver, digital, etc. We are interested only in a cohesive body of work, expressing consistency of artistic vision and skill. “Emerging” artists may be of any age, but must be unrepresented and seeking their first solo show.
The award is juried by a panel consisting of Prince Gallery staff, established professional artists, and academic advisors. All work must be original artwork. No giclees or other reproductions are allowed.
Prince Gallery is an alternative exhibition space in downtown Petaluma, California. Our mission is to allow the best emerging and local artists an opportunity for self-curated solo and group shows, installations, performance art, film screenings, etc. in a “blank canvas” gallery.
We invite you to make this gallery yours to springboard a career, turn a passion into profit, or expand possibilities. Our artists often exhibit work that needs to be seen but isn’t a good fit at other local venues. Our submission review process focuses on the artistic merit of the work instead of marketability. Therefore, we allow you to exhibit the work you want, how you want, in a gallery dedicated to you. We do not censor. Prince Gallery is especially perfect for talented artists that have great work, but lack the sales history or desire to be represented by traditional galleries.
We charge 0% commission. Every penny of every piece sold at a self-curated solo or group show goes directly to the artist(s). We simply charge a gallery fee equal to our cost of operation. Therefore, only the artist makes a profit from self-curated shows.
Then why do we do this? Because we’re artists too. Because we know how important it is for emerging and local artists to have a proper space to exhibit and how hard it is to find. Because we know that advancing the careers of other artists will, in turn, advance ours.
We don’t intend to be simply four white walls. We are here to support you and help promote your work. The only catch to this model is that artists have to take advantage of it. Today is the day to start planning your show.
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Joshua Tree Art Gallery January show call for artists: Rock, Paper, Scissors. Pre-registration required. Entry fee: $25 per work submitted. Cash awards up to $500 for best-in-show.
Deadline: 30 Dec 2014.
Juror: Barbara Gothard, President, Palms Spring Art Museum Arts Council.
Joshua Tree Art Gallery is an artist collective providing opportunities for artist to exhibit new work.
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Oil Painters of America will hold its Twenty-fourth Annual National Exhibition of Representational Oil Paintings, May 1 through May 25, 2015 with Cutter & Cutter Fine Art at their Brilliance in Color Gallery located in St. Augustine, Florida.
Deadline: 23 Jan 2015.
Approximately 30 awards will be given with a total value estimated in excess of $80,000, including a $25,000 Best of Show. Juror of Awards is renowned Master Signature Artist Huihan Liu OPAM. A full-color catalog will be available.
To enter, artists must reside in the U.S., Canada or Mexico and be a paid 2015 member of OPA at an annual fee of $70. OPA is currently accepting new member applications. To become a member, please visit: OPA Membership.
National Exhibition entry fee: $30 for the first entry, $15 for the second. Maximum Size Unframed: 1200 square inches.
Dedicated to preserving and promoting excellence in representational art, Oil Painters of America’s primary mission is to advance the cause of traditional, representational fine art by drawing attention to the lasting value of fine drawing, color, composition and the appreciation of light.
Through our national and regional shows, educational programs, scholarships and marketing efforts, OPA has become a leader in the art community and a driving force in the new Renaissance.
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The 2015 Annual Art Fair will be held on May 8, 9 and 10 at Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Missouri. More than 15,000 patrons attend this annual three-day event on Mother’s Day weekend, featuring regional food vendors, a wine garden, live music and 150 juried artists exhibiting work in ten categories.
Media categories include ceramics, fiber/textiles, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography/digital, printmaking/drawing, sculpture and wood. All artists ages 18 and up who exhibit work of original concept, design and execution are eligible to apply. Artists may apply in more than one category; however, a separate application and jury fee ($35) for each category must be submitted (artists may not apply more than once in the same category). Total Art Fair participants are limited to 150. Artists are juried by a panel of respected fine art and craft professionals, selected by Laumeier Sculpture Park from local and regional museums, universities and galleries.
Artist applications will be accepted beginning Wednesday, October 15, 2014. The application deadline is Saturday, January 10, 2015. Jury results will be announced on Saturday, February 14, 2015. The deadline to accept the invitation and reserve space (booth fee payment required) is Saturday, February 28, 2015. Laumeier uses ZAPP for the Art Fair digital application process.
All proceeds from Art Fair sales go to the artist (artists are responsible for collecting and filing Missouri sales tax). Judges will award a total of $5,000 cash to those artists achieving excellence, regardless of media categories.
Laumeier Sculpture Park is a living laboratory where artists and audiences explore the relationship between contemporary art and the natural environment. Founded in 1976, Laumeier is one of the first and largest dedicated sculpture parks in the country, making it an institution of international significance as well as a unique compliment to the cultural landscape of the St. Louis region. Laumeier is a nonprofit, accredited art museum that operates in partnership with St. Louis County Parks. Laumeier encompasses 60 works of large-scale outdoor sculpture in a 105-acre park available free to the public year-round.
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For this call, NYC4PA is expanding the range of subjects to include the animal kingdom so if the portrait is a clear representation of excitement, sadness, adoration, etc. it fits the theme. Send us your images that truly express emotion and personality, human or animal.
Wikipedia defines portrait photography as “photography of a person or group of people that displays the expression, personality, and mood of the subject. Like other types of portraiture, the focus of the photograph is usually the … face, although the entire body and the background or context may be included.”
NYC4PA is a New York based organization that offers, in addition to $3,000 in cash prizes, prize winners and juror selections the opportunity to exhibit their images in a New York Gallery show.
We are also offering travel opportunities – Greenland is on the horizon for late summer 2015. Email us for info.
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The Art League of Lincoln, in partnership with Blue Line Arts, will be holding their annual “America’s ClayFest III” Art Show and Competition at the beautiful Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA.
This show, formerly known as the Feats of Clay, was originally held at the Gladding McBean Clay Manufacturing Company in Lincoln, CA for over 24 years. For 2015, we are very fortunate to have two outstanding artist/curator jurors selecting the pieces for our show – Tip Toland and Peter Held. Traditionally our shows have had entries from all over the United States, Canada, Europe Mexico and Asia. $3000+ in prize money.
In addition to our main show, the Art League of Lincoln, will also be hosting “America’s ClayFest III” Student Art Show and Competition. This year’s show will be presented by the Art League of Lincoln at their Art Center Gallery in downtown Lincoln and will run concurrently with our main show. All student artists working with clay, from high school to the college level are encouraged to enter and compete for the awards and prize money. Last year we had entries from eight different states!
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Missouri Western State University Clay Guild – The exhibition is open to all artists 18 years and older residing in the U.S. Artworks must have been completed within the last two years. Works may be either functional or sculptural plate/platter forms designed to hang on the wall. All entries must be complete with a hanging device capable of securely supporting the work on the wall.
The MWSU Clay Guild is an organization of Students and Alumni interested in promoting the ceramic arts.
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