The Clark Hulings Fund – The Fund considers proposals from professional artists who have secured tangible prospects for advancing their careers, but lack sufficient financial resources to capitalize on those opportunities. Examples include but are not limited to: the completion of work due to a gallery, museum, or private collection, the transportation of work or of the artist to an exhibition of that artist’s material, the management of logistical or technical requirements to realize a project, etc. The Fund does not support performance, literary or commercial work.
Who Should Apply? Professional painters, artists working on paper and sculptors who:
- Employ traditional media, not including photography, film or video.
- Have received opportunities to exhibit their work
- Are pursuing specific opportunities for which support from The Fund would make a tangible difference
- Fiscal Sponsor: The Fund cannot make awards to individuals.
- Artist Statement
- Request for Support, including a detailed proposal and images, if available
- Examples of previous work
- Supporting materials, if relevant (letter of intent from a gallery, commission statement, referrals, references, etc.)
Award amount: 2 grants up to $5000 each
Application window: September 1-30, 2014
The Clark Hulings Fund offers strategic business and financial assistance to help professional visual artists leap various hurdles. Specifically, the Fund 1) disburses grants to individual artists for specific projects that will further their careers; 2) Aggregates and disseminates all kinds of information and activities in the visual world, including workshops and webinars on specific business topics relevant to the profession, interviews with curators, gallerists and success artists, upcoming events and opportunities, etc.; 3) provides a clearinghouse for community interactions, mentorship and the chance for artists to interact in a non-competitive setting. The Fund distributed its first two awards in November 2013.
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Art Within Reach seeks area artists to present at Art for the Holidays 2014, on December 12-13, 2014, in Collingswood, NJ. An artist showcase and sales event offered in a unique and casual setting, featuring art and fine crafts of many types, styles, and price ranges. We have space for 30+ artists. All work must be handmade by the artist. No assembled kits, resale, or other third-party representation. Each space is to showcase a single artist. No teams or groups. Artist spaces are at least 10 feet in length and approximately 3 feet in depth; space to accommodate up to an 8-foot table or equivalent. All artist spaces are indoors for this AWR event. This is a rain or shine event.
For more details and application instructions, go to ArtWithinReachNJ.com .
The Art Within Reach mission is to create an outlet where local and area artists can team up to show their work and make it available for sale at reasonable prices to the public. It’s not just about making money; it’s about sharing what we’re doing with the people in the area where it is being done.
Art Within Reach, building a rich and vibrant artist community.
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North Tahoe Arts in Tahoe City, California is now accepting applications for their 2015 exhibits schedule. Groups and solo artists are encouraged to apply. Exhibit application can be found at NorthTahoeArts.com and must be completed and submitted by Nov. 1, 2014 to be considered. Applications, photo submissions and general questions should be sent to email@example.com.
North Tahoe Arts is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization supporting the arts in the North Tahoe-Truckee areas for over 28 years through exposure, education and participation. Located in a major tourist destination, North Tahoe Arts receives visitors interested in the year-round outdoor recreation activities unique to the High Sierra.
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Colorado Governor’s Art Show and Sale is for all artists who reside in the state of Colorado. All mediums are accepted for submission and will be juried.
The Governors Art Show is held at the Loveland Museum Gallery May 30 – June 28, 2014. Chosen artists work will hang in the museum for the duration of the show and will be for sale.
For more than 20 years The Governor’s Art Show has featured a juried collection of outstanding works by Colorado artists at The Loveland Museum/Gallery. This premier event, presented by The Loveland Rotary Club and The Thompson Valley Rotary Club, has paid over $2 million to Colorado artists, over the years, from the sale of the artwork.
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Brotman Art – ARTISTS UNITE! Project Fishtown 2: Major Art Event in Fishtown / Philadelphia, held over 3 days–September 5,6,7. Gallery space is 8,000 sq feet, covering 3 floors in a converted warehouse. Local, Contemporary artists only, nominal fee (10.00 – 45.00) per piece, based on size.
Our concept or theme is– Early works, of some very talented artists, affordable for most. Making art is a creative journey and this annual event enables artists to use older work to help cover the costs of producing new work.
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The Center for Contemporary Art – The exhibition will consist of two- and three-dimensional work in all media. Wall pieces must be wired for hanging and no larger than 60″ X 60″. Free-standing pieces may not exceed 32″ X 48″ X 60″ and/or weigh more than 75 lbs.
Accepted work cannot be substituted and must be available for the duration of the exhibit.
Juror: Evonne Davis: Co-Founder and Artistic Director at Gallery Aferro in Newark, NJ.
Awards: Special Exhibitions Committee Award: Solo Exhibition at The Center for Contemporary Art, 1st Place: $500, 2nd Place: $250, 3rd Place: $100.
- $35 for up to 3 entries
- $25 for CCA members and art educators
The Center for Contemporary Art (The Center) is driven by the desire to broaden, deepen and diversify participation among audiences; challenge and inspire students, teachers, artists, enthusiasts and members of the community through opportunity to study, experience and create the multiple languages of the visual arts; and create a culture of the highest standards and expectations for artistic exploration, interpretation and perception.
American Craft Council – Applications are now open for our 2015 show season. With 4 Retail shows (Baltimore, Atlanta, St Paul, San Francisco, and 1 expanded Wholesale Only show in Baltimore) the American Craft Council Shows give you the best regional exposure year round. Our show artists range from seasoned makers to emerging artists and represent the finest quality craft in the country.
To learn more about our shows and what’s NEW next year, be sure to visit our website for more information regarding the application process, show dates, and application support: www.craftcouncil.org/shows/apply.
The ACC promotes its shows with the help of highly-skilled public relations firms that have a pulse on the local marketplace in each of our show cities. We also work with media buyers that track the latest trends for reaching diverse audiences. In 2015, we will focus our efforts on national, regional, and local media prior to each show and throughout the year. We feature our artists’ work on the ACC website, in digital and print ads, via social media, in special show preview sections of American Craft magazine, and onsite via comprehensive show programs and colorful navigational signage.
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The John F. Peto Studio Museum invites artists working in the trompe l’oeil style to participate its National Juried Show of Contemporary Trompe l’Oeil. Medium may be, but not limited to: pencil, pen and ink, gouache, watercolor, oil, acrylic, etc. (excluding photography). 3-D medium may be, but not limited to: clay, wood, metal, fiber and mixed media.
The purpose of the exhibition is to showcase contemporary art work that “fools the eye” and demonstrates the innovative ways in which artists continue to express themselves through trompe l’oeil.
Juror: Gary T. Erbe. For more info on the juror you may visit his website at www.garyerbe.com.
The John F. Peto Studio Museum is located in Island Heights, New Jersey, and was the home and studio of the late nineteenth century renowned still-life painter. The historically restored house includes original furnishings, artifacts, photographs, and artworks. For more information visit our website at www.petomuseum.org.
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New York Center for Photographic Art
THE NEW CREATIVITY – TINKERING AND ADJUSTING:
After the shot – then what? Photoshop, Aperture, NIK, and a host of iPhone/iPad apps have broadened the world of photography to a place no one ever imagined. This call is about those images for which your original image capture was only the beginning. Send us your creations – tinkered and adjusted. Have fun with this!!!
EXHIBITION AND AWARDS:
Grand Prize: One photographer will receive $750. The image will be part of the New York gallery show, the NYC4PA Online Gallery and the exhibition catalog. It will be featured on the home page of NYC4PA website.
- First Prizes: 3 photographers will each receive $300. Their images will be exhibited in the New York Gallery show, the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the exhibition catalog.
- Second Prizes: 3 photographers will each receive $250. Their images will be exhibited in the New York Gallery show, the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the exhibition catalog.
- Third Prizes: 3 photographers will each receive $200. Their images will be exhibited in the New York Gallery show, the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the exhibition catalog.
- Jurors’ Selections: 10 additional images will be exhibited in the New York Gallery show, the NYC4PA Online Gallery and in the exhibition catalog.
- Honorable Mention: 20 additional images will be exhibited in the Online Gallery and listed in the exhibition catalog.
*All Prize Winners, Juror Selections and Honorable Mentions will receive an NYC4PA certificate.
We offer photographers an opportunity to exhibit in a New York City gallery as well as exposing their work to others through our website and an exhibition catalog.
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Artists – Apply now for the Holiday Fine Craft Sale at Main Line Art Center. A popular Main Line shopping tradition, the sale attracts hundreds of shoppers over the course of 10 days. Juried by well known potters and esteemed educators, Sandi Pierantozzi and Neil Patterson.
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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