One winner will be awarded a solo show at Prince Gallery and two runner-ups will be awarded online exhibitions. Submissions must be primarily consisting of photography, but may include other media.
Deadline: 15 Jan 2015.
We encourage submissions of both traditional and non-traditional image-making and presentation, as well as antiquated processes, photograms, silver, digital, etc. We are interested only in a cohesive body of work, expressing consistency of artistic vision and skill. “Emerging” artists may be of any age, but must be unrepresented and seeking their first solo show.
The award is juried by a panel consisting of Prince Gallery staff, established professional artists, and academic advisors. All work must be original artwork. No giclees or other reproductions are allowed.
Prince Gallery is an alternative exhibition space in downtown Petaluma, California. Our mission is to allow the best emerging and local artists an opportunity for self-curated solo and group shows, installations, performance art, film screenings, etc. in a “blank canvas” gallery.
We invite you to make this gallery yours to springboard a career, turn a passion into profit, or expand possibilities. Our artists often exhibit work that needs to be seen but isn’t a good fit at other local venues. Our submission review process focuses on the artistic merit of the work instead of marketability. Therefore, we allow you to exhibit the work you want, how you want, in a gallery dedicated to you. We do not censor. Prince Gallery is especially perfect for talented artists that have great work, but lack the sales history or desire to be represented by traditional galleries.
We charge 0% commission. Every penny of every piece sold at a self-curated solo or group show goes directly to the artist(s). We simply charge a gallery fee equal to our cost of operation. Therefore, only the artist makes a profit from self-curated shows.
Then why do we do this? Because we’re artists too. Because we know how important it is for emerging and local artists to have a proper space to exhibit and how hard it is to find. Because we know that advancing the careers of other artists will, in turn, advance ours.
We don’t intend to be simply four white walls. We are here to support you and help promote your work. The only catch to this model is that artists have to take advantage of it. Today is the day to start planning your show.
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Emerging Young Artists is a multimedia group exhibition showcasing emerging art talent from Canadian universities and colleges. This year, the exhibition explores the theme of “A Tale of Two Cities”, and will take place in late February at the Arta Gallery, nestled in the heart of Toronto’s Historic Distillery District.
Deadline: 25 Nov 2014.
We welcome submissions of artworks and projects in all mediums. Students from all disciplines and years of study are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to artworks that demonstrate creativity, individual spirit and strong artistic intention.
Emerging Young Artists will create a platform that advances the engagement of young artists and their art practices in their field of inquiry.
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MICA Gallery is hosting a Holiday Market for the months of November and December. MICA Gallery is looking for art work from a variety of mediums including jewelry, leather goods, paintings, wooden objects, photography, glass works, etc.
Each piece should be priced at $250 or under. Artists are able to submit one piece or several pieces. As this exhibit will be going for two months, work will be accepted after the exhibit starts. Please email images of your work as well as a description of the work and an artists bio as well.
The Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art (MICA) is a non-profit organization that uses quality arts programming to create sustainable community development.
MICA Gallery is committed to showcasing contemporary visual and performing arts.
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A/P invites all interested printmakers to submit an edition of ten (10) 8” x 10” prints that relates to the theme of “transition” for exhibition and exchange in the Artist Proof Gallery. Each participant will receive 8 prints created by other artists, and A/P will retain 2 works from each edition for sale in our studio and gallery.
Each year, Alberta Printmakers (A/P) holds a non-juried show and sale to showcase the work of local and international print artists, and to raise funds towards Alberta Printmakers’ artistic and educational programming.
Alberta Printmakers is a non-profit artist-run centre founded in 1989 in Calgary, Alberta. The organization’s goals are to increase public awareness of print media, to engage a diverse audience, to provide resources for the artistic community, and production facilities for printmaking.
Alberta Printmakers has an open membership, and is governed by a board of directors. Management and administration of activities are the responsibilities of the Director of Funding & Communications and the Director of Gallery & Studio, who reach out to volunteers in accomplishing organizational goals. Alberta Printmakers also hosts a residency and summer student program.
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The Dogwood Arts Regional Fine Art Exhibition showcases and awards [$4100 total] the finest artists of our region. Artists from within a radius of 300 miles of Knoxville and throughout the state of Tennessee may enter. Fine art encompassing all styles and genres from both emerging and established artists will be selected by juror, Mark Scala, for exhibition.
Categories are: 2-D painting, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, and photography; 3-D sculpture of all media (may submit two images)and site-specific installation. 4-D art, including video, performance and other time-based pieces are not eligible.
Dogwood Arts, in its 55th year, transforms Knoxville into a month long springtime celebration with a “blue jean to black tie” festival offering something for everyone. Street fairs and Americana performers throughout the city, over 60 miles of dogwood trails and gardens, heritage tours, masterful fine art exhibitions and performing arts events, sidewalk chalk painters and a three day Art Fair enliven the city against the canvas of beautiful, blossoming Dogwood trees. Dogwood Arts offers residents and visitors from across the nation a memorable experience of the richly woven customs, perspectives, and creativity of our Southern region.
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Tim Murphy Art Gallery – Artists age 18 and over are eligible to enter the exhibition. Only original paintings in oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, pencil or a mixture of any of the above media are acceptable. All work must be on canvas, paper, masonite or ragboard.
The decision of the juror on all entries is final. All entries must be FOR SALE and available for exhibition at the Tim Murphy Art Gallery March 7-April 11, 2015. Works previously exhibited at the Tim Murphy Art Gallery are not eligible for entry.
The Tim Murphy Art Gallery is in its 19th year of operation. Our mission is to increase public awareness of the visual arts by providing a setting for exhibition and education. Gallery space will feature monthly exhibits by local and regional artists. All exhibits are free to the public and many artists will have originals and prints for sale. View our monthly exhibits online at www.merriam.org/park. Everyone is invited to attend the opening night reception for each show, 7:00pm-8:30pm. Coming soon, this summer, we are expanding the Gallery. The new main gallery will be twice as big, just in time to display our over 23 artists in 2015.
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