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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Anderson Ranch’s Artists-in-Residence Program fosters creative and intellectual growth for emerging and established visual artists. Residents have access to world-class facilities at the Ranch and 10 weeks of uninterrupted studio time.
Deadline: 15 Feb 2016
We provide studios, facilities, a community of working artists, and feedback from visiting artists and critics. The Ranch setting is specifically crafted to aid artists in the production of their work, free from the distractions of everyday life. Residencies are offered to artists who work in one of the following media: ceramics, new media, photography, furniture design, woodworking, painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. There are no specific educational qualifications for entry into the Artists-in-Residence program. Awards will be made to those who, in the exclusive opinion of the jury, have submitted the best work by the application deadline.
The residency is offered during two terms each year (approximate dates):
- Fall Term: October – December 2016 (ten weeks)
- Spring Term: February – April 2017 (ten weeks)
While in residence, artists will be encouraged to pursue their own work amidst a group of artistic peers. The residency is designed to allow artists to take risks and pursue new projects and ideas. Artists-in-Residence are encouraged to pursue a multidisciplinary approach toward their work while at the Ranch. Resident artists will be provided housing, studio space, meals and certain other benefits and will be required to submit a residency fee of $1,500.
Four of the 28 residencies are fully funded fellowships awarded by the jury panel.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center provides transformative experiences that celebrate artists, art making, creative dialogue, and community. Experience the beauty of art next to nature at Anderson Ranch. Our campus is a hub of creative energy and activity where artists of all levels have access to world class facilities, expert faculty, and exchange of ideas in a stunning mountain setting.
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40 West Arts District and its partners seeks muralists’ for our annual Mural Festival along historic West Colfax Avenue (US 40) in Lakewood, CO.
Deadline: 25 Jan 2016
Revenue opportunities range from $1000 to $7500.
40 West Arts is one of only twelve Certified Creative Districts in the State of Colorado. Our mission is to enrich the community and enhance the creative, cultural, and economic vitality of historic West Colfax by creating community arts spaces and events and supporting creative enterprises and activities.
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The Firehouse Art Center is now accepting applications for our 2016 exhibition calendar.
Deadline: 18 Sept 2015
$30 entry fee, 6 images (300 dpi, jpeg images), artist bio and statement, proposal for exhibition, and documentation of artwork submitted (title, dimension, media, and price) required.
Our beautiful National Historic Landmark building features two exhibitions spaces and over 1,000 square feet of space. We are looking for established and emerging artists in all mediums are welcome including film, music and installation.
Multidisciplinary artists work encouraged. Group exhibitions and curatorial proposals are welcomed, as well as solo exhibition proposals. We may combine several artists into one exhibition.
Jurors will be looking for submissions that are culturally relevant with a unique perspective and the ability to provide a diverse art experience. Contemporary work is encouraged. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
The mission of the Firehouse Art Center is to raise cultural awareness and understanding of the arts in the regional community through classes for all ages, lectures, events, and visual art exhibits of regional and national artists.
The Firehouse Art Center is the leading contemporary art space in Longmont. Artists gain exposure to a new audience and buyers. Many of our artists showing for the first time are placed in other galleries after their show.
The Firehouse is open approximately 238 days each year with no admission fee. We serve over 2,000 visitors from Boulder County and the region. New exhibitions are installed almost every month and in two spaces. In 2014 over 110 individual artists were exhibited. Our focus is primarily contemporary art within the context of accessible art. During the Longmont Creative District monthly 2nd Friday, we host opening receptions where visitors to meet and mingle with our artists.
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Fine artists and studio craft artist are invited to participate in the South Westminster Arts Group Orchard Arts Festival.
Deadline: 10 Sept 2015
In addition to vendor booths, the festival features live public art demos and projects. The vendor booths are predominantly artist and studio craft booths. Other booths include sponsor booths and nonprofits as well as a partnership with the Westminster Farmer’s Market.
The festival set up will include the street, sculpture garden, and parks. Food trucks, beer garden, and live music will also provide a significant draw to the event.
The Orchard Arts Festival is unique in that it has a small town feel set in a big city. It is surrounded by the historic buildings and homes that made up this agricultural center in the late 1800’s. The festival derives its name from the Apple Orchards that once graced the surrounding lands. Westminster is the largest suburb of Denver, the Harris Park neighborhood in which the festival is held, was where the city originated, now it is the home of the Historic Westminster Arts District, which houses several SCFD organizations, including SWAG (South Westminster Arts Group), the festival promoter.
Celebrating it’s 6th year, the Orchard Arts Festival is a well established festival held in the Historic Westminster Arts District. This one day event draws attendees from all of the front range including Denver and surrounding cities. The festival has shown significant growth in attendance over the last 5 years and also has significant support from the City of Westminster.
SWAG was founded as a non profit organization in 2007 and is dedicated to providing community service and advocacy on behalf of the arts, artist and patrons. By creating a healthy and safe environment for members of all ages within our society we help promote and encourage creative thought, art education as well as community growth and well-being.
SWAG engages the public directly by providing art education classes, supporting an active group of artist members, producing special community fundraisers, organizing the Sculptures on 73rd Ave public art on loan project, and curating regular gallery shows.
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In the true spirit of Dadaism, DADA Art Bar is seeking to revamp our art program by opening our walls to as many local artists as possible.
Deadline: 31 Jul 2015
By flooding them with art, we hope to allow everyone the opportunity to showcase their work in a community that fluctuates minute by minute. Beginning this summer, we expect to be adding a new artist each week.
This is a great opportunity for new and established artists to showcase their work in a growing network and build and exciting community. Artists keep 75% of the piece selling price.
There’s always something going on at DADA – music, painting, live painting with music, open mic, and of course, art. It is a positive community that sparks ideas and is constantly shifting. Located at the edge of RiNo, this is truly a unique space conducive to all art forms and limitless potential.
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In 2014, Durango Arts Center launched a partnership with Willowtail Springs Education Center to support an artists’ residency program for creatives of various mediums living and working in southwest Colorado: La Plata, Archuleta, Montezuma, Dolores and San Juan counties.
Deadline: 5 Jun 2015
Artists studio and living space at enchanted Willowtail Springs for seven nights, organized at your convenience during 2015. In addition to a private cabin, this residency at Willowtail offers a 600 sq. ft working studio space full of natural light and visibility of the natural surroundings. The studio is nestled in the gardens adjacent to the lake house overlooking the lake, gardens and small pool with fountain.
Artists will also be promoted via the Durango Arts Center website and social media.
The residency award does not cover food, material costs or any stipend.
Since DAC is the only visual and performing arts organization within the Four Corners region, we seek to engage our regional artists and deepen artistic diversity within our surrounding communities.
Conceived with the notion that emerging and established artists require dedicated time and space for inspiration and experimentation of creative work, DAC funds one-week residencies against the backdrop of a private, rural oasis of Willowtail, which was founded and is operated as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) by artist Peggy Cloy and her husband, Lee.
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The 2015 exhibition will be a survey of new work made by Colorado Photographic Arts Center members within twelve months of the deadline, and is intended to highlight the creative talents of CPAC’s core constituency.
Deadline: 29 May 2015
There is no theme. The show is open to current, registered members of the organization only. New members joining prior to the deadline are welcome.
A $300 purchase award will be given for Best of Show, chosen by the juror on site at CPAC. The selected image will become part of CPAC’s permanent photography collection. Three honorable mention awards will be made. An exhibition catalog will be published online.
CPAC is dedicated to fostering the understanding and appreciation of photography in all forms and concepts through exhibitions, education and community outreach:
- CPAC benefits the Mountain West region’s photographic community by nurturing new talent, expanding concepts, generating skills, piquing interest, and contributing to a sustainable market for collectors and artists.
- CPAC is a place where photographic artists, hobbyists, collectors, and the public can come together to exchange ideas; grow their interests, careers, and professional practice; and engage with photographic exhibitions, both historic and contemporary, fine art, and experimental.
- CPAC values and seeks improved diversity throughout the organization and audience. In doing so, CPAC intends to broaden the scope of the work shown and the education CPAC delivers, the people they serve, and the technique, context, and content of everything with which CPAC is engaged.
- CPAC advocates for the photographic arts through exhibitions, educational programs, and community outreach to people of all skill levels, ages, and interests.
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The 11th Annual Pikes Peak Art and Music Festival is held in the shadow of Pikes Peak in America the Beautiful Park in downtown Colorado Springs.
Deadline: 12 Apr 2015
Over 100 artists display fine art and fine craft, all genres of music and live performance, food vendors, beer garden, arts activities. Festival management is focused on building strong connections with our artists and taking this festival to the next level of arts and culture happenings in the Pikes Peak Region.
Be part of a festival on the move. Festival management is working diligently to expand our advertising and marketing reach, develop new revenue streams, attract art buyers, and upgrade guest and artist services.
Pikes Peak Arts Council is focused on upscaling this event to attract art buyers and patrons for our festival artists.
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Create an original art design on a large, crafted aluminum butterfly. Rotary Club of Colorado Springs will supply the butterfly and a stipend.
Deadline: 10 Apr 2015
Inspire the artist in all of us. Your butterfly will be on display to the public in Colorado Springs for months.
Empower students in District 11 schools. Proceeds from the butterflies will benefit D-11 Arts & Sciences programs.
Flight is a community service initiative led by The Rotary Club of Colorado Springs to raise awareness and funding to ensure that children receive essential arts programs with the educational benefits that promote brain development, social skills, improved communication and effective learning.
Participating artists will contribute to making dreams real by transforming large-scale, blank, aluminum alloy butterfly templates into original works of art. Each transformed butterfly sculpture will be displayed around the Colorado Springs community and then auctioned off this Fall, with proceeds primarily benefiting creative arts education for children and secondarily for the Rotary Club’s Community Service Fund.
Artists will be provided:
- $250 stipend for materials for large butterflies.
- $150 for small butterflies.
- Any costs incurred over these amounts should be considered a donation to Flight.
- 10% of the auction sale price for their art piece.
- Seal painted butterflies with Rotary approved automotive clear coat.
- Seal non-painted butterflies with Rotary approved sealant.
Artists will be recognized:
- During the community-wide exhibit on a plaque near their art piece;
- On printed materials,
- On the Rotary Club’s website; and
- At the celebratory auction event.
More than one design concept may be submitted. Artists who are selected will be asked to sign an Artist Agreement.
This colorful event demonstrates the creativity of regional artists and raises awareness about the critical importance of childhood participation in art – a significant stimulus for later success in other disciplines including math, science, language, literature, and critical thinking skills.
Flight provides a positive image and metaphor for children while simultaneously raising funds for their arts and science programs. As a creative artist, your participation can help promote a healthy cocoon for every child and encourage a creative metamorphosis into all each can be!
Art pieces will be placed on display in outdoor locations for public viewing and interaction during the summer. The artist’s name and title of the art piece will be displayed near each work. In addition, a photograph of each completed piece, including the artist’s concept
description, will be available on the Rotary Club’s website. A city map will identify the exhibit location of each butterfly. ”
The heart of Rotary is our clubs—dedicated people who share a passion for both community service and friendship. Rotary brings together great minds and great hearts from nearly everywhere in the world. We are neighbors, community leaders, and global citizens uniting for the common good.
We are a service project oriented group with clubs all over the world. Collectively, we have 1.2 million members who volunteer and financially support our local service projects and global impacts. Our differing occupations, cultures, and countries give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable.
Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities’ toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world. Rotary is led by our members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values in their elected roles.
We have identified specific causes to target to maximize our local and global impact. At the same time, we understand that each community has its own unique needs and concerns. Through our network of resources and partners, we help clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.
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