Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is looking for qualified artists working in all mediums to apply for solo/group shows for the 2016 gallery season.
Deadline: 14 Feb 2016
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts has three galleries on site. Exhibits are hosted throughout the year, generally running four to eight weeks. In particular we are looking for new and innovative art work to show in the galleries.
Artists enjoy a dedicated gallery space and a reception at the end of the exhibit time along with other exhibited artists. Potential for sale of art during the exhibit time.
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is a rural arts center located in beautiful Blue Mountain Lake, New York.
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Abington Art Center (AAC) announces a call for artists for the Galleries and Sculpture Park Curatorial Review 2016-17.
Deadline: 15 Feb 2016
Professional artists or artist organizations are invited to submit artworks and proposals for consideration in a solo, group, or curated show as well as display in our outdoor Sculpture Park. Works in the galleries are on display for roughly 6-8 weeks and outdoor sculpture is displayed for a length of time mutually agreed upon by AAC and the artist. Selected artists are asked to participate in a range of public programs such as talks and workshops intended to engage audiences in their process and work.
AAC receives 30% commission on all sales.
Abington Art Center just celebrated its 75th Anniversary, sharing the arts with the community in the suburbs of Philadelphia.
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Osceola Arts will be presenting Ancient Paths, Modern Visions: Contemporary Asian Art of Florida to be held in March 2016 at Osceola Arts in Kissimmee. Open to Florida residents of Asian heritage.
Deadline: 19 Feb 2016
All mediums will be accepted including fiber arts and the decorative arts. The work can be traditional, representational, abstract, or non-objective. There is no fee for submitting work for this exhibit. Osceola Arts will not take commission on works for sale.
Osceola Arts in Kissimmee, Florida is the only nonprofit performing and visual arts center in Osceola County. We are fifteen minutes from Orlando.
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Sustainable Arts Foundation announces a call for artists with children for the Spring 2016 Awards.
Deadline: 26 Feb 2016
There are 10 awards totaling $40,000 in unrestricted cash available to parent artists.
The Sustainable Arts Foundation supports artists and writers trying to balance a creative career with raising children.
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Las Laguna Gallery announces a call for artists for How I Identify – Myself. For this call for art we are looking for artworks that explore the complexity of the human spirit, mind, and body.
Deadline: 8 Feb 2016
What are the things that make you unique? What things make you stand apart from others? How would you describe yourself and how might others describe you? Is human-kind transforming? Do you identify yourself by gender, race, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation? Is your personality your identity? Can it be changed or is it hardwired?
These are just of few of the ideas we are looking for artists to explore.
Chosen artists will have their works displayed in the Las Laguna Gallery from March 3 to March 26, 2016.
Las Laguna Gallery is located in Laguna Village, overlooking main beach Laguna and is host to art galleries and live music 3-4 nights per week.
Las Laguna Gallery is a contemporary and fine art gallery that features art from a diverse group of artists representing a variety of mediums.
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Artworks Loveland is calling on Colorado women artists to submit proposals for contemporary artwork for its upcoming exhibition, Working Women, that comments on women in the labor force.
Deadline: 24 Jan 2016
- Juried exhibition open to female artists who reside in the state of Colorado.
- Artists may submit up to three pieces, representing the theme, Working Women.
- A maximum of two works of art per artist will be chosen.
All themes and mediums that deal with evolving family dynamics and relationships with women as earners throughout history will be considered. The topic is broad as many transformations and changes over the past decades have had a profound impact on the lives of women. The subject has been left open to a variety of interpretations to complement and further explore themes of the women’s economic, social, and cultural status. We encourage you to submit artwork that is exciting and unique.
The exhibition is inspired by talented contemporary women artists working in Colorado, and will be curated by Maureen Corey curator at the Loveland Museum/Gallery. The intention is to support and strengthen women in the arts by selecting a cross-section of artists engaging in dialogues about furthering progress for women’s rights.
The selected artists’ artwork will be featured in the Working Women exhibition at Artworks Loveland, 310 N. Railroad Avenue, Loveland, CO 80537. Working Women will be held in the main gallery space. Cash prizes are available.
Artworks Loveland the largest nonprofit Studio Artist Community in Northern Colorado dedicated to advancing contemporary art and artists. We foster a collaborative studio environment supportive of the creative process and opportunities to exhibit. Artworks Loveland is located in the heart of the arts district in downtown Loveland.
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Arts in Bartlett announces a call for artists for the Bartlett Festival of the Arts.
Deadline: 1 Apr 2016
The juried arts festival offers the work of returning and new artists in a wide range of 2-D and 3-D media including paintings, photography, fiber, sculpture, glass, jewelry, wood, and more. Those applying by March 10 get an early-bird, discounted jury and booth space fee.
The festival includes nonstop entertainment on the main stage, children’s art activities, and food. In addition, the culinary arts and literary arts will be added to this year’s event.
This is a locally produced event which is much anticipated by the community (not a commercial producer). Free breakfast both mornings. Price money for 1st place 2-D and 3-D, Mayor’ Prize, Best of Show, People’s Choice, and several Excellence Awards. Each media cannot exceed 25% of the show.
Arts in Bartlett is a 14-year old 501c3 all-volunteer organization with a downtown Arts Center and gallery, children’s art studio, piano, cello, violin, and voice studios.
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The Shelby Township Art Fair Committee is seeking vendors for its 33rd annual juried show.
Deadline: 1 Apr 2016
Now with four exhibitor categories, this event is held outdoors with the majority of the booths on grass, many with shade trees. All booths measure approximately 15’ x 15’ with some double booths available. No resale products, services, home improvement companies, or distributors permitted. Over 10,000 visitors are anticipated.
Chosen artists are provided with:
- Friendly, helpful, organized staff, easy load-in and load-out, Friday night set-up, plenty of free daytime and overnight parking close to exhibit areas, overnight grounds security, and complimentary coffee and donuts each morning.
- Advertising in local and regional publications, internet social media, television and radio announcements, e-mail blasts, flyers, banners, and signs throughout the community.
- Prizes awarded for Best of Show and 5 Excellence Awards.
The main focus of this event is art, but also includes family friendly entertainment for visitors.
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Hamilton Street Gallery announces a call for artists for A Man’s World.
Deadline: 15 Feb 2016
For this juried exhibition we’re asking artists to step into the man cave to observe and uncover the concept of the male image and it’s social, physical, and psychological evolution. In today’s world, what does a man need to be a man? How have, or haven’t, these needs changed in regard to society’s perceptions and expectations throughout history? In the future, what characteristics will denote what a man is? Possible images to explore can be positive or negative and may include such male archetypes as superheroes and villains, cowboys, athletes, gangsters, politicians, madmen, rockstars, revolutionaries, computer geeks, Wall Street tycoons, poets, preachers, loners, zealots, and idiosyncratic artists. We encourage work that is adventurous in content and all media is accepted.
Hamilton Street Gallery is a small gallery in a small town run by a small family.
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The Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum invites artists to submit images of their maritime/nautical related paintings, drawings, ceramics, jewelry, prints, mixed-media, woodworking, and collectible pieces for consideration to the Maritime Arts Festival.
Deadline: 22 Apr 2016
On May 7, 2016, Ships of the Sea will hold its second Maritime Arts Festival. The event is a one-day outdoor exhibition of maritime related arts, crafts, and antiques.
Ships of the Sea Museum does not receive a commission on sales.
2016 marks Ships of the Sea’s 50th anniversary and five decade commemoration of this region’s maritime history.
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