Fine Craft Shows Charleston proudly presents the Piccolo Spoleto Crafts 2016 shows. Show dates are May 27-29 and June 3-5. Two shows for one application!
Deadline: 9 Feb 2016
For three weeks every year beginning on Memorial Day weekend, downtown Charleston South Carolina becomes an arts mecca with two major arts festivals running concurrently. The Spoleto Festival USA, is an arts festival with over 150 performances, and the companion Piccolo Spoleto Festival features over 500 events in the preforming, visual and literary arts. Combined, the events bring over 250,000 arts enthusiasts into the downtown Charleston area.
These three-day shows represent Fine Craft Shows Charleston’s 37th year participating as a part of the Piccolo Spoleto Festival. We strive to provide festival attendees with an overview of the high quality of original works currently being created in a variety of craft media. Approximately 120 fine crafts artists from around the US participate in one or both of the shows, which are held on the first two weekends of the festival. Artist demonstrations – both scheduled and impromptu – are a highlight for show patrons.
Fine Craft Shows Charleston is run by three female crafts artists. We are in our 37th year as a show and have worked together for more than 10 years.
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Art & Beyond Studio is accepting applications to be published and exhibited with Art & Beyond Print Edition Magazine at the Art! Vancouver Fair 2016.
Deadline: 21 Mar 2016
Artists whom apply for the exhibition will be published in the Art & Beyond Print Edition and promoted to galleries, museums, and art consultants.
Art & Beyond is a promotional service for artists in the form of both an online and print edition magazine which is distributed to galleries, museums, and art consultants.
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American Tapestry Alliance presents a call for artists for Tapestry Unlimited, the 11th international, unjuried small format tapestry exhibition, open to all weavers.
Deadline: 31 Jan 2016
American Tapestry Alliance invites entries which work within more traditional definitions of tapestry, but also entries that expand upon the core principles of the medium as they explore new techniques and processes. Multimedia work is welcome. Tapestries may not be any larger than 10″ x 10″.
Tapestry Unlimited will hang at the Milwaukee Public Library, July 26 – August 11, 2016.
Everyone who enters will be in the show. Every participant receives a free catalog.
American Tapestry Alliance is the largest non-profit supporting tapestry weavers.
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The Art Gallery at East Central College in Union, MO is pleased to announce an open call for proposals for exhibitions in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017.
Deadline: 1 Feb 2016
Open to artists in North America working in all visual media, the call encourages proposals for exhibition by both individuals and groups.
There is no entry fee.
Selected artists will have a 4-6 week exhibit in the East Central College Art Gallery. Artists are responsible for shipping their work to the gallery in sturdy, reusable boxes. East Central College will provide return shipping to the artist.
As an extension of the classroom, the ECC Art Gallery enhances the education and culturally enriches the daily life of Art and Design majors, non-majors, ECC faculty and staff, and the broader community. In choosing exhibition programming for the Art Gallery, attention is paid to crafting a schedule that is diverse in media, style, and content providing students and the community with a wide range of art forms, means of visual communication, and messages.
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Gilmer Arts and Heritage Association announces a call for artists for their annual juried art exhibition.
Deadline: 7 Jan 2016
Submissions of all 2 and 3 dimensional works of art accepted.
$850 in cash prizes.
Gilmer Arts and Heritage Association has over 20 years of support for artist and the arts.
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Wire is seeking artists of all mediums, but especially visual artists and visual media artists, for an upcoming collaborative group exhibition, Wire Arts Experiment, vol. 2, to take place in the historic building, Hackesche Höfe, in Berlin Mitte.
Deadline: 29 Oct 2015
The exhibition concept of Wire Arts Experiment, vol. 2 is PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. Artists are invited to submit their work in relation to an open and free interpretation of this concept. We are particularly interested in pieces addressing emotive, communicative, digital, and technological notions of PUBLIC AND PRIVATE.
The exhibition opening is scheduled to take place the 19th of November, with a submission deadline of Thursday the 29th of October. In addition to the party, a virtual exhibit will run simultaneously on Wire.
Artists are asked to submit 3 images of their pieces in JPG format, as well as a one paragraph explanation of the concept as it relates to the theme of PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. The final selection will be made by a committee consisting of three Wire team members, one representative from ArtConnect, and one member of the Berlin art community.
Chosen artists will exhibit their work to an international audience of artists and professionals from the tech and start up communities. All works can be sold, at no commission.
Wire is a Berlin based start-up, building a simple tool to communicate with text, voice, pictures and media — all beautifully woven together for modern devices. Our development center is in the heart of Berlin – Hackesche Höfe – and our employees are fun, down to earth, and bubbling with fresh ideas.
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Hamilton Street Gallery opens their call for artists for Wax/Wane.
Deadline: 14 Nov 2015
For this juried exhibit Hamilton Street Gallery is focusing on the beauty and mystery of the Moon and it’s influence upon the Earth and all of it’s creatures. Any related variation will be considered such as romance, lunacy, high tide, low tide, howling, space travel, swiss cheese, and so forth. As always all media will be accepted.
No entry fee to enter the exhibit. If accepted artist pay a $25 nominal fee to have their work exhibited for 5 weeks.
Gallery shows usually get reviews and recognition in the NY times. Gallery has close access to both NYC and Philadelphia.
Hamilton Street Gallery is a small gallery in a small town run by a family of artists.
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Artizan Gallery open call for artists for Miscellanea II.
Deadline: 15 Nov 2015
8th December – 24th December
Spaces available in this mixed exhibition.
Gallery up to 60x60cm £15 per piece. Larger than 60cm x 60cm £20 per piece plus 30% commission on anything sold.
Café up to 60cm x 60cm £10 per piece plus 30% commission on anything sold.
There are also browsers which can be hired for unframed work – these are priced at £10 per week for up to 10 pieces and the same commission applies on any sales.
Window slots can be booked and work will be rotated during the 3 weeks (an additional £5 per piece will be charged.
Artizan Gallery runs short exhibitions throughout the year and provides encouragement and support to artists. We aim to provide a warm, relaxed and welcoming space both for our artists and customers.
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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival, in collaboration with Nevada County Arts, is once again inviting all local and regional artists to submit their environmental artwork for possible inclusion at the 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Nevada City and Grass Valley, CA during the film festival January 14-18, 2016.
Deadline: 1 Nov 2015
The film festival theme is “A Change of Course.” Artists are encouraged to submit pieces that address this theme, particularly as it relates to nature and human interaction with our environment.
Selected artists will have the opportunity to showcase their work in front of environmental filmmakers, celebrities, social activists and more than 5,500 festival attendees. Artists will also be considered for awards in 4 categories: 2-Dimensional, 3-Dimensional, Photography, and Best Interpretation of Theme. Twelve high-quality, attractive venues in Nevada City and Grass Valley have been selected as display partners for the event. Each of these beautiful display venues will also participate as a “serving station” for the always popular Wild and Happy Hour art, wine & beer strolls during the festival.
Artists can enter up to 3 pieces per entry in a single category. An early bird deadline (for a reduced submission fee of $20) is September 18. Timely submissions (between 9/19 and 10/16) are $30 per entry. Late submissions (10/13-11/1) are $40. The entry fee for student artists (up to 19 years of age) is $5.
Nevada County Arts facilitates collaborative efforts that promote and sustain the arts in Nevada County, in order to enhance the social, cultural, and economic life of our community. SYRCL (South Yuba River Citizens League) unites the community to protect and restore the Yuba River. Motivated by our love for this watershed, we advocate powerfully, engage in active stewardship, educate the public, and inspire activism from the Sierra to the sea.
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Unbound Visual Arts is looking for artwork that is about passion and determination. It does not need to relate directly to sports or the Olympics. We are also looking for manifestations of commitment, cooperation, courage, inspiration, and perseverance. An international perspective is encouraged.
Deadline: 23 Aug 2015
The opening reception on Oct 1st is an official ArtWeek Boston event so there will be lots of extra publicity. There will be live music and refreshments from Whole Foods. Selected work will be delivered to UVA’s new convenient base of operations at the WGBH Brighton Landing building in Brighton, which has free parking for visitors.
Unbound Visual Arts manages the complete exhibition. Artists are never asked to hang or sit. Unbound chooses qualified curators (never the artist) and interesting educational themes and is interested in sharing contemporary art that has a purpose and meaning.
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