The German Village Business Community announces a call for artists for the German Village Art Crawl 2018. Art Crawl pairs the charm of German Village with the finest artists of Columbus, Ohio.
Deadline: 25 Apr 2018
Application fee: $40; Booth fee: $100/150
The unique fabric of German Village, including its businesses and restaurants, rich art tradition, and historical beauty will be blended together on Macon Alley for one magical summer evening on Saturday, July 21, 2018. Exhibiting artists will be complemented by live music, special performances, artist demonstrations, local craft beer, and food.
German Village Art Crawl 2018 artists will be assigned to a garage or tent shared with one or more artists. Each accepted registration will receive admission to the German Village Art Crawl, beverage tokens, and a meal provided by one of our sponsors. Pre-event promotion includes individual biographies with examples of the artist’s work on the German Village Society website and distributed to patrons.
The event will be juried in early May and if selected a $100/150 fee will be required to participate. Event will be juried by Sharon Weiss, Ed Gately, and Joan Selle Zeller in early May.
Artists will receive 100% of the proceeds from the sale of their artwork.
About German Village Business Community
German Village is a historic neighborhood just south of downtown Columbus, Ohio. Initially platted in 1814 in Columbus’s South End, the German Village area primarily developed between 1840 and 1914. It was settled largely by German immigrants in the mid 1800s. German descendants at one time comprised as much as a third of the population of the entire city of Columbus.
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The City of Tualatin, Oregon, announces a call for artists for the ArtSplash Art Show and Sale 2018, a juried fine art and fine craft fair. The event includes monetary awards and will be held on the beautiful Lake of the Commons in the heart of downtown Tualatin, Oregon.
Deadline: 19 Mar 2018
Attracting thousands of visitors each year, this event introduces original works from various mediums including ceramics, glass, painting, jewelry, fiber, metal, mixed media, photography, printmaking, and wood. This juried art show has become a popular summer event for the community. ArtSplash has earned a reputation among artists as being well organized and very artist friendly. The weekend includes a concert each day and family art activities. Proceeds from ArtSplash go to support the public arts in Tualatin.
- Friday, July 13 at 4 pm – 9 pm
- Saturday, July 14 at 11 am – 8 pm
- Sunday July 15 at 11 am – 4 pm
ArtSplash Art Show And Sale 2018 Artist Benefits
- Coordinated loading and unloading with volunteer assistance
- Booth sitters for breaks
- Hospitality tent with refreshments and packing materials all weekend
- Overnight security
- Artist brunch reception and awards ceremony with cash awards
- Artists inside the community tent are provided with table or wire rack for display
- Double spaces are available
ArtSplash ribbons, recognition, and cash prizes:
- Best of Show: $150
- First Place: $100
- Second Place: $75
- Third Place: $50
- Honorable Mention: $25
- Honorable Mention: $25
About the City of Tualatin, Oregon
The Tualatin Commons is the vibrant heart of downtown featuring a wide pedestrian promenade surrounding a three acre lake. Public plazas and a fountain add to the lively urban mix. Plazas include tiles and artist designed drinking fountains. For the past 23 years, the mission of the Tualatin Arts Advisory Committee has been to encourage and promote Northwest artists, expose the community to a wide range of artistic experience, and endorse interaction between artists and the community.
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Mad Rex is looking for artists to showcase and sell their work during our 7pm-9pm Wednesday The Hour After event. As a post-apocalyptic restaurant, Mad Rex provides space for a bazaar where local businesses, artists, and survivors can meet at a central watering hole. The trading post is open every Wednesday.
There is no fee to participate. The Hour After networking event provides a complementary space with a unique atmosphere to showcase artwork. The Hour After is a high traffic event during the restaurant’s happy hour. This is a reoccurring weekly event. Artists may participate multiple times throughout the year. They receive 20% off all food and drinks the night they participate.
About Mad Rex
Mad Rex is a post-apocalyptic themed restaurant and virtual reality lounge. The concept was designed specifically with Philadelphia in mind. Customers pay to rent a VR headset which comes loaded with games and videos for them to watch. They can check out the specially-developed VREX lounge with curated content. Mad Rex has hired local artists to design each aspect of the restaurant including the bar top, graffiti-covered crashed plane coming through the ceiling, and costumes that adorn mannequins all over the restaurant.
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Gallery North of Setauket, Long Island invites artists to submit artwork for their annual holiday exhibition, Deck the Halls. This exhibition focuses on small works for holiday gift giving.
Deadline: 27 Oct 2017
Artists are invited to submit one festive piece to Deck the Halls for a fee of $10, or 2 pieces for $15. Artwork should not exceed 20 inches in any dimension. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, October 27, 2017. Artists will be notified of acceptance via email no later than October 31.
Each year, Gallery North features up to 10 exhibitions that are promoted extensively with postcard mailings to patrons and businesses, local and regional newspaper advertisements, radio ads, and social media posts. All exhibitions have an opening reception with complimentary wine and snacks. Exhibiting artists are encouraged to join the celebration as they are always well-attended. Events provide a chance to network with other artists and possibly meet patrons looking to purchase the work of local artists.
About Gallery North
Gallery North is a not-for-profit gallery promoting the finest contemporary regional art and craft. It is located in the beautiful and historic area of Setauket, Long Island. Established in 1965, Gallery North focuses on contemporary art in a variety of disciplines, including painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, digital art, and film. Exhibits explore the diversity and vitality of the arts on Long Island. Classes, workshops, excursions, talks, and annual festivals involve community members in the lively process of art making. With the addition of the Community Art Center, Gallery North continues to provide the community with a diverse selection of educational programming including ArTalks, Art Ventures, Art Abilities, and Art Works.
Gallery North showcases the vibrant creativity of artists and craftspeople from Long Island and nearby regions. It is not just a gallery, but also a community. Artists have opportunities to show and get feedback on work while growing and developing their skills and vision. Among the various shows, there is a good balance of representational and traditional work as well as abstract, experimental, and conceptual work. This attracts a wide audience from across Long Island and NYC.
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