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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Joshua Tree Art Gallery January show call for artists: Rock, Paper, Scissors. Pre-registration required. Entry fee: $25 per work submitted. Cash awards up to $500 for best-in-show.
Deadline: 30 Dec 2014.
Juror: Barbara Gothard, President, Palms Spring Art Museum Arts Council.
Joshua Tree Art Gallery is an artist collective providing opportunities for artist to exhibit new work.
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The Art League of Lincoln, in partnership with Blue Line Arts, will be holding their annual “America’s ClayFest III” Art Show and Competition at the beautiful Blue Line Arts Gallery in Roseville, CA.
This show, formerly known as the Feats of Clay, was originally held at the Gladding McBean Clay Manufacturing Company in Lincoln, CA for over 24 years. For 2015, we are very fortunate to have two outstanding artist/curator jurors selecting the pieces for our show – Tip Toland and Peter Held. Traditionally our shows have had entries from all over the United States, Canada, Europe Mexico and Asia. $3000+ in prize money.
In addition to our main show, the Art League of Lincoln, will also be hosting “America’s ClayFest III” Student Art Show and Competition. This year’s show will be presented by the Art League of Lincoln at their Art Center Gallery in downtown Lincoln and will run concurrently with our main show. All student artists working with clay, from high school to the college level are encouraged to enter and compete for the awards and prize money. Last year we had entries from eight different states!
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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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LarkGallery wants to celebrate one year of our partnership with MD Art Gallery and 7 years of LarkGallery international activities inspired by our mission to present art that evokes thinking, leads to discovery and builds bridges between people, concepts and entities that have been traditionally considered incompatible.
If you think that this mission is close to your heart, please submit your best small and middle size works not bigger than 24″W x 40″H and priced under $1500.
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Prince Gallery – Any media is eligible. All work must be a maximum of 20 inches in the longest dimension. Including frames. All work must be finished and ready for exhibition. All work must be original artwork. No giclees or other reproductions are allowed. All work must be for sale. There is a 50% commission for this show only.
Deadline: 10/31/2014. (Extended to 11/7/14)
- December 2nd through December 29th
- Opening Reception Saturday, December 6th from 5-9pm
- Closing Reception Saturday, December 20th from 5-9pm
Please email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries should be .jpgs files sized at 1280 pixels wide at 72 ppi. File names should be formatted as firstname_lastname_title.jpg. For example, john_smith_untitled#1.jpg. Please include your name, website, title(s), media, dimensions including frame, and price in the body of the email with “Small Works Submission” in the subject line. The entry fees are $35 for the first piece ($25 for current or former Prince Gallery Artists) and $5 for each additional piece. Fees may be paid by cash or check written to Prince Gallery and mailed or hand delivered to Prince Gallery at 122 American Alley, Unit A, Petaluma, CA 94952.
You will be notified of acceptance no later than Monday, November 10th. Artwork must be delivered on Monday, December 1st ready to hang. Unsold artwork must be picked up December 26th-29th. Payments will be mailed on December 30th.
Prince Gallery is an alternative exhibition space available for rent in downtown Petaluma, California. We exist only to allow local and emerging artists an opportunity for self-curated solo shows, thematic group shows, installations, performance art, film screenings, etc. in a “blank canvas” gallery.
Prince Gallery is yours to springboard a career, turn a passion into profit, or expand possibilities. Our artists often exhibit work that needs to be seen, but for one reason or another can’t find a home at other local galleries, boutiques, coffee shops, etc. 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 perfect for talented young artists that have great work, but lack the sales history to be represented by traditional galleries.
We charge 0% commission. Every penny of every piece sold goes directly to the artist. We simply charge “rent” equal to our cost of operation. Therefore, we make no profit from our artists.
Then why do we do this? Because we’re artists, too. Because we know how important it is for local and emerging 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 you 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 for your show.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Open to all media – The 13th Annual Indian Wells Arts Festival …where Art is a Happening! April 3, 4 & 5. 2015 located at the newly expanded Indian Wells Tennis Garden – home of the BNP Paribas Tennis Open – in the Southern California city of Indian Wells, in the heart of the Palm Springs Desert Resort Communities.
Juried and limited to 200 Artists: Fine Art + Quality Craft. Over 10,000 attendance and $750,000 in art sales reported in 2014.
Objet Trouvé Found Art festival, special exhibits, artist demonstrations, children’s activities, wine, cocktails, entertainment, and refreshments.
Primary jury deadline is October 14, 2014; and 60 spaces are held for the secondary jury’s January 6, 2015 deadline.
You don’t need to be an art aficionado to enjoy the Indian Wells Arts Festival which is designed to create a festive event experience and community celebration. Everyone loves to watch the on-site demonstrations including sand sculpture, glass blowing, painting, weaving, large scale stone sculpturing, larger-than-life mural painting, wood carving and pottery throwing.
The 2nd Annual Objet Trouvé Found Art Festival participates once again featuring award winning found artists creating a ‘festival of festivals.’ Enjoy special exhibits, sidewalk chalk drawing and children’s activities and more. Live musical entertainment, cocktails, wine and refreshment are ongoing throughout the day under the shade structure of this newly expanded venue.
The festival incorporates a number of local charities as Festival Partners and donates to their art scholarship funds. Participating organizations have included Old Town Artisan Studio, Coachella Valley Arts Alliance, Student Recycle Art Program (S.C.R.A.P.) Gallery, Cathedral City High School Digital Arts Academy, The Ophelia Project of the Coachella Valley, Mirage High School Aztec Dancers, Palm Springs Unified School District and George Washington Charter School.
“Easter Sunday Eggs + Champagne in the Garden” brunch menu is available until noon.
Ranked one of the 100 Best Fine Art Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine and Best of the Best Art Festivals by readers of Palm Spring Life magazine.
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San Francisco’s favorite outdoor sustainable market, Urban Air Market, is making features over 100 vendors specializing in sustainably designed products, as well as local artists, live music, and creative performances.
If you are interested in performing or providing interactive/live art, please email us.
Urban Air Market is the largest outdoor independent design show in the country. Featuring over 130 designers & artists at each event, our curated marketplace focuses on and features sustainable design. We’re always on the hunt for emerging and established talent, proud to introduce our shoppers to top quality, locally designed and one-of-a-kind finds!
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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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