The Critter Shed is calling for artists to submit to our latest hand screen-print pack ‘Creatures of the Night’. Each successful applicant will have their artwork hand screen-printed and featured in a postcard pack consisting of 20 other talented artists from around the world.
The postcards will be sold online as well taken around the UK to numerous print fairs. The finalists will also get their work showcased in our launch night for the pack in January in Liverpool, UK.
We pride ourselves as being the only hand screen-printed collective in Liverpool, UK. We create exciting products to promote up and coming artists and designers who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to get their work from digital to a physical piece of artwork. We are a not for profit collective so all of our earnings go back into producing new and exciting projects.
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Dacia Gallery invites artists to participate in an exciting Artist Residency program in New York City or in Sibiu, Romania. Dacia’s Artist Residency provides an academic program to inspire, refine and redefine the creative direction of artists.
Dacia Gallery is a contemporary art gallery presenting museum quality solo and group exhibitions of its established and emerging artists in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Since 2010, Dacia has gained extensive attention amongst collectors and art connoisseurs by mounting increasingly ambitious representational, landscape and abstract exhibitions, which have included notable artists: Janet A. Cook, Stephen Early, Max Ginsburg, Kristy Gordon, Maria Kreyn, Travis Little, Daniel Maidman, Christopher Pugliese, Nelson Shanks and Patricia Watwood.
Dacia’s success is a result of a fresh and unconventional apparoach as to what a gallery should encompass, and by partnering with artists to build a strong community of like-minded individuals willing to support and promote each other’s achievements. In addition, exhibiting artists are always present at our opening receptions where we invite them to give an artist talk and to meet and greet the admiring public.
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The Allied Arts Council and the City of Saint Joseph, Missouri seek sculptures to be placed in Downtown Saint Joseph. Regional, national, and international sculpture artists are invited to submit work for this one-year sculpture exhibition scheduled from June 2015-May 2016.
Selected sculptures/sculptors will receive a $500 honorarium and all sculptures selected will be competing for up to $13,000 in cash prize awards.
The Allied Arts Council of St. Joseph, Missouri exists “to bring arts and people together.” Founded in 1963, the Council is one of the oldest in the State of Missouri and is acknowledged statewide as an arts leader. In 1990, the City of St. Joseph designated the Allied Arts Council as the City’s official community arts agency. Operated with a staff of four and a volunteer base approaching 2,000, the Council takes the lead in our community in organizing, fund-raising, advocating, educating, and servicing the local arts community.
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Trail’s End Western Art Show and Sale, April 24, 25 & 26, 2015, is a three-day, indoor, juried, professional fine art, fine art crafts, and folk art show and sale with space for artists, crafters, and specialty vendors.
Although this is a western themed show, all types of artwork are welcome. Cash prizes. It is free to the public.
The Trail’s End Committee is celebrating the dedication of the soon to be national landmark, the Starline Brass Trail’s End Plaza, a $700,000 community project in Sedalia, Missouri, the original ‘Cowtown’. This weekend is the first of many to come celebrating the cattle drive, the cowboy, the railroaders and the pioneers who settled the west.
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Embracing Our Differences is accepting submissions for its 12th annual outdoor juried art exhibit celebrating diversity and inclusion to be displayed April – May 2015 in Sarasota and Bradenton, FL USA. 39 artists will be selected and national and international submissions are encouraged.
Since 2004, the exhibit has been viewed by almost 2,000,000 visitors. Final selections will be made by a 3-judge panel of art professionals. $3,000 (US) in awards will be presented. There is no submission fee nor limit on the number of entries. Submissions must be submitted online or postmarked no later than January 5, 2015. Additional submission requirements and past winning entries are available online.
Embracing Our Differences believes that diversity is one of the world’s greatest assets. To realize the promise of diversity, we must ensure that everyone is respected, included and valued for their individuality. Our goal is to create a community where diversity and inclusion are honored while teaching the importance of being an “up-stander,” not a “by- stander.”
The centerpiece of Embracing Our Differences is an outdoor juried international art exhibit featuring 39 billboard size images created by local, national and international artists, writers and students reflecting their interpretations of the theme “enriching lives through diversity.”
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You are cordially invited to submit your application for the 49th annual Art-A-Fair Festival, one of three premier art shows held each summer in beautiful Laguna Beach, California. Artists in all media are invited to present their work to be juried.
The fee is $40.00 per medium, a complete entry includes three pieces per medium.
Jury Day – Sunday, February 8, 2015. Deliver work between 8:00AM & 11:00AM. Pick up artwork and receive jury scores 4:00PM – 4:30PM.
Location: Laguna Boys & Girls Club at 1085 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651.
If you cannot attend February 8, artwork can also be juried by mail-in digital submission no later than January 24, 2015. A complete digital entry includes three images per medium, jury fee payment and mail-in application form. Further specifics on artwork submission and applications can be found on our website.
We are open to all fine artists and master craftsman – we have no residency restrictions on exhibitors.
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First National Juried Photography Show at the National Lighthouse Museum in association with the Creative Photographers Guild. This is a fundraising event for The National Lighthouse Museum.
“Lighthouse Stories and Tales of the Sea”: Is a celebration of the great lighthouses and the bays, waterways and seas – coastal and inland – located throughout the world. This exhibit seeks, through photography, to pay homage to the great visual stories, tales, and history of lighthouses and waterways throughout the world.
- BEST of SHOW: $1000.00
- Best Lighthouse Story: $500.00
- Best Tales of the Sea: $500.00
- Curator’s Choice: $250.00
ELIGIBILITY: This call for submission is open to all residents of the U.S. and its Territories 18 years of age or older. This is a juried exhibition for artists working in traditional, non-traditional and digital photography.
The Creative Photographers Guild is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization comprised of photographers whose sole interest is to provide a vibrant avenue for the promotion and appreciation of the creative and innovative world of photography to the greater New York community, especially Staten Island. The CPG Gallery, located at 814 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301, hosts member photography shows, as well as featured guest photographers and juried exhibits, and is the borough’s ONLY gallery dedicated to photography.
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Richfield Historical Society – 7th Annual Art & Fine Craft Fair & Plein Air Competition held in a beautiful, wooded park.
- Reasonable jury and booth fees
- Ample booth space
- Food discount
- Easy pull-up for unloading
- Free coffee/pastries during setup
- Friendly staff
The Richfield Historical Society is an organization whose goal is to preserve and share the historic culture and buildings of our area.
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Established in 1964, the East Lansing Art Festival (ELAF) is a two-day outdoor celebration of art and culture. The juried festival is ranked 54th in the Sunshine Artist Magazine Top 100 Best Fine Art and Design Shows and is mid-Michigan’s first major art show of the summer season. Known for featuring the highest caliber fine art and fine craft, this highly anticipated festival attracts over 70,000 knowledgeable art patrons from the region.
The event includes live music and performances on two stages, a children’s arts activity area and an international-style food court. The ELAF is a non-profit community arts and cultural event.
Festival dates: May 16-17, 2015
Artist Amenities: Friday set-up, free morning coffee, free artist parking, Saturday evening Artist Reception, and booth runners.
Discounted application rate is $25 through November 30, 2014.
On December 1, 2014 the application rate increases to $35.
The East Lansing Art Festival is celebrating 52 years of fine art and culture. The ELAF is kicks off the festival season in Mid-Michigan and is a premier cultural event and offers something for all ages. Live music and hands-on arts activities are free.
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