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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Chesapeake Bay Art Association – The 52nd Annual Ocean View Art Show will be held October 11 & 12. The site is the Ocean View Beach Park, 100 W. Ocean View Ave., Norfolk, VA. The show will feature 100 artists displaying and selling a wide variety of art. There will also be a Student Tent where school students can display and sell their work for free.
Join us for this wonderful show on grassy lawns of the park along the Chesapeake Bay. The proceeds from the show will go to the John B. Tenney Memorial Art Scholarship Fund. This fund helps high school seniors that want to continue their art studies at a college level.
The Chesapeake Bay Art Association donates the proceeds from the Ocean View Art Show, and all other club activites, to the John B. Tenney Memorial Art Scholarship Fund. Each year we give scholarship money to high school students that have been accepted into a College or University to study art. 2014 saw 30 local students apply for the aid, and 5 were selected.
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Exhibitions Without Walls – The ancient Greeks believed that everything was made up of four elements: earth, water, air and fire. This competition is about submissions that visually speak to one or all of these elements using any type of subject matter and any style of photography or digital art.
Submission deadline: September 7, 2014.
Over $1,900 in cash awards and additional prizes. Best in Competition receives $500 cash award. Paid entry fee of $25 for first five images with $4 for each additional image up to 10 images.
Exhibitions Without Walls is an international online juried competition for photographers and digital artists. It’s mission is to promote photography and digital art as fine art medium.
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Las Laguna Gallery in Laguna Beach California invites artists working in all media to submit proposals for our call for art. This call for entry titled “Absolutely Incredible” provides you to share your works to a wide audience. If you work in oil, watercolor, acrylic, pen and ink, graphite, color pencil, charcoal, traditional photography, digital or mixed media or video, we want to see your work.
Las Laguna Gallery is dedicated to the exploration and engagement of contemporary and fine art visual culture – regionally, nationally and internationally; through unique collaborations between artists, students and the community.
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The National Collage Society is hosting its 30th Annual Juried Exhibit at the Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State University of Denver in Denver, CO. It will also be presented online. This exhibit features all collage and assemblage.
The National Collage Society, Inc. (NCS, Inc.) is an art foundation formed to foster the appreciation and interest in the art medium of collage. Collage as an art form has only been identified during the 20th century. The NCS, Inc. promotes the advancement of collage as a major art medium and assists in the education of the public through exhibits, workshops, lectures and publications.
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Woman Made Gallery – Exhibition Dates: Nov. 14 – Dec. 21, 2014
Invitation to all artists to submit original work in all painting media: oil, acrylic, water color, gouache, encaustic, with the addition of mixed media if desired, on canvas, wood, paper or any other 2D or 3D surface.
Entry Fee: $30 for images of up to 3 works.
Juror: Sarah Krepp – www.sarahkrepp.com.
Notifications: September 12, 2014
Woman Made Gallery, a not-for-profit organization established in 1992, supports, cultivates and promotes the diverse contributions of women in the arts through exhibitions and other programs that serve, educate and enrich the community.
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Art Colony Association, Inc. – Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park
March 27-29, 2015
Entry Fee: $35
- Ranked consistently in Sunshine Artist’s 200 Best List’s Top 10.
- Juried fine art and fine craft by 450 national and international Artists.
- Representing work in 19 media categories.
- Demonstrated history in strong sales for artists.
- Conveniently located five miles from Downtown, two miles from the Galleria area and neighboring the elegant residential communities of River Oaks and Memorial.
- First stop for fine artists on the Texas fine art festival tour.
Art Colony Association (ACA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to produce high quality art festivals. The aim of these festivals is to provide financial support to local nonprofit organizations and generate year-round revenue for artists creating master works in their medium. Funding for the art festivals is provided in part by grants from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, corporate sponsorships, private contributions, in-kind support and volunteer assistance.
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