The Christmas Arts Market is the 5th Semi Annual Arts Market hosted by Art Dwellers. Along with juried artists and crafters, there will be continuous entertainment, a variety of food, a children’s make and take, and Santa will make an appearance. This is a free event for the whole family. Proceeds go to the Children’s Fund of FISD, the Friendswood Public Library, and the Bay Area Turning Point.
The festival benefits three non-profit organizations.
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PHAIR has partnered with Historic Philadelphia, Inc. to produce a handmade holiday market in Franklin Square during their annual Electrical Spectacle: A Holiday Light Show. The market will be open November 28 to December 23, 2014 everyday from 4PM to 8PM.
We are seeking makers, artists, crafters, chefs, designers, and other handmade artisans who sell small-batch, pre-packaged foods, art, clothing, crafts, photography, children’s toys, pet products, accessories, furniture, home goods, and other handmade wares. Vendors are to commit to the full 26 days of the market. Inquiries about part time options can be sent to email@example.com.
Included in the booth fees:
- Extensive Marketing & PR
- 9′ x 10′ (or 9′ x 20′) tent with overhead lighting
- Electricity for product lighting, space heaters, and other needs.
- Security overnight
- Event staff on hand each day
- Discounted parking 1 block from the park
- Custom Business Name booth sign
PHAIR, Philadelphia’s only weekly open-air artisan market, hosts a rotating roster of a variety of handmade sellers every Saturday from 10am to 5pm in Headhouse Square from April through November 22nd, 2014. Additionally we organize and host a variety of pop-up artisan markets with various partner organizations throughout the year.
Each week features a variety of handmade goods, artisan foods, housewares, jewelry, art, clothing, photography, and much more, including an ever changing roster of gourmet food and fashion trucks. As one of the many supporters of makers and creative entrepreneurs in the area, we seek to provide a regular location and retail experience for these small businesses and artists to connect with the public on a regular basis through providing low overhead costs and market promotion. We are establishing a weekly venue for art, craft, and food lovers to Shop, Stroll, and Eat while having fun outdoors. PHAIR is always free to browse and stroll. We are accepting vendors all season.
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Theme: This call theme is “Red.” Fire, passion, heat, sacrifice, vitality, danger, happiness, a primary colour. What shade is your red?
Eligible Submissions: Entries may include 2- and 3-dimensional media, such as paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, fiction, poetry, short stories and other written explorations (up to 900 words). Submissions must be the original work of the applicant(s).
Highlights: The Gold, Silver and Bronze Artists and the Gold Writer will be featured in the ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal complete with artist profile reviews written by our art writer. From 20 to 30 artists and three to seven writers in total will be published in ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal including links to artists websites, promotion on ArtAscent website artist directory, and exposure in ArtAscent social media.
The mission of ArtAscent is to promote artists of images and words, and connect them with art lovers. This is accomplished by calls for artists and writers, artist profiling, art magazine publication, and artist and writer online showcasing. Each call is theme based, with the intent to showcase diverse creative explorations of that theme via various media.
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The 2014 Osceola Fall Art Festival, presented by Osceola Center for the Arts and Kissimmee Main Street, will take place in beautiful historic downtown Kissimmee on November 15 & 16. All fine artists are invited to apply.
Up to 150 artists will be invited to participate in this two-day event. As an invited artists you will enjoy easy load in/load out, artists awards breakfast, free parking, $20,000 in cash prizes and excellent restaurants in a beautiful historic setting.
The Mission of The Osceola Center for the Arts is to promote, cultivate, foster interest and participation in the arts by providing affordable and accessible programs and facilities that encourage artistic expression in the diverse community we serve.
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The Machaqmara Center for the Arts is inviting visual artists to apply for its residency program at San Ramon, Peru. The residence offers to the artists the opportunity to concentrate on their own creative work for the duration of 2 weeks. The residency period will take place from January 15th to January 29th – 2015.
About: Machaqmara Center for the Arts is a space that aims to support and develop the creativity and knowledge of the artists in residence.
Mission: The mission of the Machaqmara Artist in Residence Program has as it’s main goal the support and development of creativity and knowledge among the resident artists whilst having them participate in a platform of uninterrupted, thoughtful, balanced work while sharing artistic skills and joining in on overall interactive activities in an environment of great natural beauty. We must preserve this natural environment for the benefit of the artists while also seeking the least environmental impact.
Description: The MCA Residence Program gathers ten artists; emerging, in progress or already consolidated, national or international, from all over the world and from different artistic disciplines. They will be together for two weeks making use of the accommodations at the Gad Gha Kum Art Hotel, in contact with native communities from the surrounding area and where they can experiment the limits of free artistic creation.
General Information: “Machaqmara” is an Aymara word that symbolize rebirth and renewal of all energies that allow the balance between mankind and nature.
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Main Line Art Center – The Meyer Family Award for Contemporary Art, presented in conjunction with the Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition, consists of an award of $1000 and a solo exhibition to each selected artist. Approximately three artists will be selected annually to receive the award and present a solo show. This award and associated exhibition program is an effort to support the talented contemporary artists in the Mid-Atlantic region, to honor deserving artists in the field, and to encourage excellence and experimentation in artistic practice, presentation, and community involvement. Adult fine artists, who are not full time students, living in the Mid-Atlantic Region are eligible to apply. All mediums are welcome.
Our mission is to inspire and engage artistic creativity for all ages and abilities and to celebrate and strengthen the essential role of visual art in community life. Since 1937, Main Line Art Center has enriched the lives of artists, as well as art appreciators, by offering high quality visual arts experiences through exhibitions in our award-winning gallery, visual art classes, and Accessible Art Programs for children and adults with disabilities.
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Storytellers Creative Arts requested that professional and student visual artists in the Southwest Florida region create and submit artworks for a juried art exhibition as part of the fifth annual Storytellers Creative Arts Conference in Naples, Florida, to be held November 6 – 8, 2014. The deadline for submission is September 29, 2014.
The art exhibition will be held in tandem with the Storytellers Conference and will feature artworks that inspire – all based on the theme “Hope.” Works can include illustration, abstract and representational art, graphics, photography, sculpture, and crafts.
Jurors will include Cheri Dunnigan, the 2014 Art Expo Curator, master goldsmith and landscape painter; Hans Schmidt, landscape photographer; and Marco Bronzini, painter and sculptor. There will be one Grand Prize, three Best of Show awards and various cash prizes.
The Storytellers Creative Arts conference itself will encompass all of the arts including visual, music and worship, film and production, dance, drama and theater, and writing. Presenters will include renowned “storytellers” in each of these areas, who are making a difference in the world using their creative gifts. The purpose of the conference is to motivate and inspire emerging and experienced artists, as well as art lovers. The conference will be held at multiple venues in the Naples area.
Storytellers Creative Arts is a Southwest Florida based non-proft organization that exists to inspire artists to creatively express themselves, impacting the culture for Christ. Our vision is “transforming artists to transform their world.”
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Open Call for Artists Front Street’s Annual Juried Show. Theme: Reflection. Seas and shadows. Impressions from the environment; thoughts made visible. Mirrors, surfaces, light. Interpretations, comments on consciousness. A serious thought that’s drawn down and expressed. Can you see the surface of a mirror?
Grand Prize and Second Prize artists will receive a six-week exhibition at the gallery.
Work should be a reflection on the theme; new work is encouraged. Works in all media will be included in the show. 40″ size limit.
60 miles from NYC, across the street from Metro North train station, yet in the country with lots of space and opportunity.
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Arlington Arts Center – PLAY is an exhibition that will examine games and play through the lens of contemporary art. We will look at play from a variety of vantage points, including: play as a vital tool for experimentation and innovation in art-making; play as a fruitful source of subject matter and content; and play as a strategy to interact with and engage audiences in contemporary art.
AAC will select approximately 7-10 artists to present works in our 7 main gallery spaces. We are looking for artists working in painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, installation, new media and more to propose a series of works, installations, and concepts that will occupy individual exhibition spaces. Out-of-the-box exhibitions concepts that employ new technologies like augmented reality and mobile applications are also encouraged.
A modest stipend to help offset transportation, production, and other costs will be provided to each artist.
Show dates are July 11-October 10, 2015.
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The 2014 Scott County Art Crawl promotes fine art and fine craft in the Twin Cities. This Crawl is in three locations INDOORS, is very affordable at $65 which includes a membership in the Savage Arts Council, Savage, MN. We encourage emerging artists who have never exhibited before and host a free “Market Your Art” class in early September at the Savage Public Library.
2014 is the fifth year for this Crawl. We have close to 1500 visitors from the south Twin Cities Metro area. Fifty six percent of our attendees purchase at the Crawl. This is a four day weekend holiday and we are promoting an Art Stamp Bingo in order for families to get a bingo for local restaurant discounts. They get the stamps for bingo from our artists. Lunch for artists is provided and a post show wine reception.
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