[Sponsored Listing] Superfine Art Fair Miami Beach announce a call for artists. From March 10-13, 2022 at the iconic 1111 Lincoln Road building, designed by Herzog & De Meuron, in the heart of Miami Beach. Meet new collectors, sell your art, and take the next step in your career.
Enter by: 9 Mar 2022
Limited artist booths available
Known for uncommonly successful art fairs in iconic locations, Superfine Art Fair is the top avenue for artists to meet eager collectors and sell their work in the US.
Ranked “Miami’s Favorite Art Fair” in 2017 by the Miami New Times, Superfine Art Fair makes a triumphant return to Miami Beach. The fair will feature:
- 25,000 square feet of exhibition space on the 7th floor of 1111 Lincoln with 360 degree views of Miami Beach
- Partnerships including The Bass Museum of Art, Miami’s tech entrepreneur community, and municipal organizations
- 5,000 ready-to-buy visitors over 4 days (25% of Superfine visitors report buying art at each fair)
Hosting Superfine Miami Beach in March affords exhibitors:
- A top notch, high-traffic venue in the middle of peak season
- Access to an affluent, art-hungry audience with much less competition and “noise” than December/Art Basel week
- Networking opportunities with institutions, municipalities, and decision makers
- Be at the center of a new Superfine Art Week in Miami Beach, rather than on the periphery of a more spread-out, less focused event
Superfine Miami Beach will host the same infrastructure Superfine clients are used to:
- 10’ tall hardwood walls and museum quality exhibition lighting in a new, environmentally-friendly setting
- Open air space surrounded by glass walls to mitigate wind
- Commitment to reducing carbon output
- Portion of proceeds donated to fighting climate change
- Only 70 artists and collectives will be accepted into Superfine Miami Beach 2021
Recent Superfine fairs include New York’s 5th Avenue show in Midtown Manhattan, San Francisco at Fort Mason (across from the Golden Gate Bridge), and Washington DC at Union Market. Artists report meeting dozens of new collectors and each fair generates hundreds of thousands of dollars in collective in-fair art sales.
“I have been incredibly busy with sales…The cachet of being in a major art fair continues to reverberate.” – Jessica Ruth Freedman | Superfine Exhibitor
“I loved every second of my Superfine Art Fair experience…I met a lot of buyers, interested gallery owners and public art representatives as well as brilliant fellow artists, and the very juicy cherry on top was that I sold 13 pieces over the 4 days! On top of that I also sold 2 more pieces after the fair had finished thanks to being on the Superfine website. It felt like I was part of a great family and I can’t wait for the next one!” – Valerie Auersperg | Superfine SF
“Unlike large corporate fairs, Superfine is an art fair run by people who love what they do. They have a passion for art and offer support and motivation to the participating artists.” – Blair Martin Cahill | Superfine LA artist
“My connections to collectors from the Superfine DC fair still echo to this day. With my one-of-a kind creations going to collectors’ homes, sales that lead to numerous commissioned works, generating continuous interest is something I couldn’t have asked as a better art fair experience.” – Lina Alattar | Superfine DC 2019 artist
“Superfine has been a life-changing experience that accelerated my career and created so many new relationships with artists, collectors, curators, galleries and journalists that I still benefit from to this day.” – Sean Christopher Ward | Superfine SF, NY, DC
About Superfine Art Fair
Since 2015, Superfine has shown artists from around the world how to sell their art at art fairs in NYC, Washington DC, Miami Beach, LA, San Francisco, and Seattle. Marketing art is second nature to them, and they love nothing more than to share that with eager, entrepreneurial artists.
Consistently ranked among the best art fairs for artists in the world, Superfine Art Fair has helped hundreds of artists get over feelings of hopelessness and anxiety about selling their work while gaining visibility and, most importantly, finding new collectors for their work. Superfine Art Fair artists report feeling taken care of, empowered, and in control of their careers.
Curate, curate, curate. That’s the mantra for each fair. While every artist is incredible in their own way, Superfine’s team hand-picks those with individual style, a high level of professionalism, and top-quality work. You may even feel a little intimidated at first by the artists around you, but that feeling will soon switch to pride.
Superfine are big believers that a proper presentation makes all the differences. Whether open-air or indoor, art fairs exemplify a higher level of production than most art fairs for individual artists.
Buyers buy more art when they feel comfortable interacting with the artists. Superfine creates a relaxed atmosphere that encourages art sales.
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[Sponsored Listing] Altera Vita Photography announces a call for artists for “Portfolio.” The prize is a month-long gallery exhibition for up to 9 photographers. Submit 6 of your best limited-edition photographs that represent your work. There is not a theme but should represent a cohesive body of work.
Enter by: 28 Nov 2021
Entry fee is for all 6 photographs
One-month exhibition in a photography gallery for up to 9 artists. All 6 prints from the artists will be represented at the Portfolio show. Photographers will have the opportunity to sell work through the venue. Framing through the gallery. You only have to ship prints. Host gallery does not receive funds from the contest but will benefit from the great work that will be for sale. Juror, Stephen Perloff, will select the winning photographs. Gallery show will start in January 2022.
About Altera Vita Photography
Altera Vita Photography was created to provide a vehicle for unrepresented and under-represented photographers to show their work in a photography gallery. No money goes to the gallery to get your work shown. The only way for the gallery to make money is to sell your work.
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[Sponsored Listing] Superfine Art Fair Los Angeles announce a call for artists. Meet your next collector. Begin your journey with a booth at Superfine Art Fair in LA on February 3-6, 2022. Booths are 70% sold out.
Enter by 2 Feb 2022
Are you frustrated by marketing your art or struggling to connect with buyers and art collectors?
Superfine Art Fair Los Angeles is the next step in your journey as an artist. Unlike most conventional art fairs, Superfine removes the exorbitant barriers to entry and maintains the highest quality of marketing for individual artists. Whether you are seeking guidance on curation or pricing, Superfine is actively involved in your success.
Artists receive expert advice on the curation and marketing of their art work. If you aren’t confident about your pieces, then your art immediately becomes more difficult to sell. At every Superfine Art Fair event, artists are assisted to ensure connections are made and goals are reached. In addition to the private assistance, Superfine brings in pre-qualified buyers to the fair – those with disposable incomes and desire to buy art. Free webinars and seminars are held throughout the duration of the fair and the Artist Business Plan Podcast serve as other means of educating artists.
“The fair itself was an amazing experience, the atmosphere was so welcoming and warm. I met a lot of buyers, interested gallery owners and public art representatives as well as brilliant fellow artists and the very juicy cherry on top was that I sold 13 pieces over the 4 days! On top of that I also sold 2 more pieces after the fair had finished thanks to being on the Superfine website. It felt like I was part of a great family and I can’t wait for the next one!” -Valerie Auersperg, Superfine Exhibitor
“The art-world antidote to ‘the bloated, oversized art fair model.’” -Sarah Cascone & Caroline Goldstein, Artnet
“Giving the traditional model of selling and acquiring art a run for its money.” – Sam Manzella, Logo’s NewNowNext
“Superfine isn’t a traditional art fair.” – Amanda Lauren, Forbes
About Superfine Art Fair
From East to West, Superfine is all over the map. They started with Superfine art fairs in NYC and Miami and quickly expanded to the first DC art fair in October 2018. Shortly afterward, they brought their unique approach to art fairs to LA and San Francisco. In every city, they connect top local and global artists to an art-hungry populous eager to discover new artists and their work. What’s up next? Art fairs in Seattle, Dallas, and Chicago are coming up in the future. Stay tuned as Superfine Art Fair continues to grow into one of the best art fairs in the US.
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[Sponsored Listing] Cabarrus County, North Carolina is seeking artists or artist collaborations to create innovative, original, and site-specific artwork for the Cabarrus County Courthouse Expansion that is currently under construction in downtown Concord, NC.
Enter by: 20 Dec 2021
The Art Selection Committee for this project is seeking an artist or artist team who can understand and express, in a suspended, permanently-installed, large-scale piece, the Courthouse’s role in providing sound and fair justice. The location of the art will be in the main public lobby, where high windows afford views of the artwork from outside the building on three sides, as well as inside.
The total public art budget for the Courthouse Expansion project, including all aspects of design, fabrication, transport, and installation, is $350,000. One (1) to three (3) finalists will each receive a $2,500 stipend to cover design costs for their proposal and travel/ presentation.
About the Cabarrus County Courthouse
When completed, the new Cabarrus County Courthouse will be a 313,000 SF court facility that includes a new 240,000 SF addition to the existing 1975 courthouse. Together with the new construction, the existing 73,000 SF facility will undergo complete interior renovation and repurposing to fulfill long-term, multi-generational space requirements.
As noted in the Designers’ Narrative for the project, “While the existing courthouse fronting Union Street will be completely renovated, a new addition and public entry (off Means Ave Pedestrian Plaza) will reshape the identity of the courthouse campus. The intentional siting of this new primary entry is the defining element of the concept.”
Similarly, the artwork commissioned for this project will reshape and help define the perceptions of those entering or passing the Courthouse and frame a new experience of a ‘house of justice.’
The artwork will not only complement the architecture of the building, and provide an attraction – and distraction – for those entering; but also it shall help shift mindsets.
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[Sponsored Listing] Allez! Missoula is looking for 1-3 artists (or art teams) to take over their alleyway for the 2022 Fall/Winter mural exhibit. The final exhibit of the year is for the most ambitious of artists. In this show, artists are invited to paint a minimum full 4’ x 16’ mural display section, or up to our entire alleyway, 4′ x 56′. The exhibit will run the second Friday of October through the end of February 2022.
Deadline: 10 Nov 2021
Artist/s will have full range of artistic choice in theme, and can choose from any of Allez! Missoula’s layout options. Murals are featured in a custom-made framing system. Because of this, exact measurements and layouts of proposed artwork are necessary. Check out the guidelines on the “Painting Process and Wall Layout” page from the link above. View and click to download layout options. Use these to design your proposed artwork. Follow the measurements provided to make your own layout or insert your images into the forms provided.
All Allez! 2022 Mural Exhibit accepted artists will be paid for their work depending on size.
- Digital artwork file: $300 per image used
- 4’x16’ Mural (full bay): $2,200
- 4’x32′ Mural (2 bays): $4,400
- 4’x56’ Mural (3 bays, full alley): $7,700
Allez! is a unique opportunity in that the artist’s work is featured as both public art and as a gallery setting. The artwork is fully visible to public view and available for purchase. The alley is attached to Radius Gallery, the most prestigious gallery in Missoula with a roster of collectors from all over the world. Allez! creates unique artist interview documentaries free of charge to the artist.
About Allez! Missoula
Allez! is a revolving outdoor urban art gallery which activates the alleyway of the beautiful 120 N Higgins Avenue building in the Original Townsite of Missoula. They engage, promote, and sponsor a wide variety of artists and artistic visions. Allez! provides a custom display system on a lighted alley wall for showcasing quality artworks that represent the region. They strive for ways to create a tangible, stable economy for artists by partnering with other community organizations, nonprofits, schools, and businesses to promote sponsored public events.
Allez! envisions a Missoula downtown with all alleys activated with good lighting, mediated blight, beautiful artistic expression with safe, and welcoming public-access for all. Allez!:
- Values a public art space for all to share safely
- Envisions a stable economic framework for working artists
- Strives to remedy downtown’s visual blight, one panel at a time
- Provides space for education and workshops
- Believes that the courage and creativity of the human spirit is worth championing
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[Sponsored Listing] Castlegar Sculpturewalk announces a call for artists for their 2022 event, which opens next May. Sculpturewalk is open to professional and amateur sculptors of all backgrounds. One of the premiere arts events in Canada, Sculpturewalk attracts artists and viewers from across the world to the beautiful city of Castlegar, BC, the Sculpture Capital of Canada™.
Deadline: 31 Oct 2021
Completed sculptures or proposed designs can be submitted. For proposed designs, examples of previous work must be included within the application. Open to art beyond what is traditionally viewed as sculpture (i.e. light installations). All sculptures need to be made of a durable material for the yearlong outdoor setting and constructed with safety in mind for display in a public setting.
Castlegar Sculpturewalk Awards
Each artist accepted to the program will receive an $1000 honorarium, payable upon installation of sculpture.
- People’s Choice Awards: Winning sculpture purchased for up to $15,000 plus a $2000 cash award, 2nd place $1000, 3rd place $500
- Artistic Merit Awards: Overall winner $2000, 2nd place $1000, 3rd place $500
- Voting for the People’s Choice award will take place from May-October
About Castlegar Sculpturewalk
Inspired by, and borne of, local artist Pat Field’s participation in the Sculpturewalk program of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Castlegar Sculpturewalk began in 2010 with just ten sculptures. When Castlegar City Council learned of Sioux Falls’ downtown revitalization initiative tied to the cultural economy, they realized that they faced many of the same downtown revitalization issues and agreed to a trial project.
Incredibly, with community and basin support, and a dedicated group of volunteers, this cautious trial project grew beyond expectations into Castlegar becoming The Sculpture Capital of Canada™. Downtown Castlegar is now one of the few venues in Canada where artists have the opportunity to show and sell outdoor sculptural work, bringing international artists to the community, and supporting emerging local and regional talent.
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[Sponsored Listing] Artless Bastard Gallery announces a call for artists for the Fantasy Lands juried group show. Original works may represent science fiction, mythology, futurism, dreams, and whatever your imagination can create.
Deadline: 16 Oct 2021
The work for Fantasy Lands will be selected by an outside juror. Best in show is voted on by the public in-person. The artist with the most votes wins a $100 cash prize. Artwork must be created within the past two years to enter.
Artists set their own pricing point. All work is for sale in the gallery show. Have the chance to reach a new audience and community who appreciate the arts. Artists receive payment after the show closes if your artwork sells during the show.
About Artless Bastard Gallery
Artless Bastard Gallery is a non-profit art gallery in historic downtown De Pere, Wisconsin. They are dedicated to supporting and enhancing the arts in their community. They do this with juried group shows, solo exhibitions, teaching classes to artists, and hosting artist led workshops for the community. As they continue to grow and fund raise, they will offer more opportunities to artists such as grants, artist in residence, and public art commissions.
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Superfine NYCx3 is 90% full. Don’t miss your chance to sell your art. Superfine Art Fair is the country’s top artist-focused fair, empowering artists to sell their work directly to collectors in 6 cities across the US and growing. NYCx3 is a unique trifecta of fairs each surrounding a different theme to be held from 9/30 to 10/30 at Center 415 in Midtown on 5th Avenue, just steps from Bryant Park.
Superfine empowers artists to sell more art by making the art-buying process inclusive and welcoming. Fairs are ideal for both emerging and established artists interested in building a strong and eager collector base.
Deadline: 21 Sept 2021
Superfine NYCx3 is a unique trifecta of fairs spread across 20,000 square feet with 3 separate halls for each of fair:
- (Wo)man – the country’s first and largest all-female commercial art fair (3 booths available)
- Myth – top global surreal artists (5 booths available)
- Magick – Evolving LGBTQ+ perspectives (7 booths available)
Ready to take your art career to the next level? Don’t miss your chance to exhibit and sell at Superfine NYCx3. Artist booths are extremely limited and applications are accepted on a rolling basis with a hard cutoff of September 21st.
Superfine NYCx3 Benefits
Superfine takes no commission on any artwork sold, either in person at the fair or via an online E-Fair.
- 95% of Superfine artists report making at least two new collectors at each Superfine fair
- 25% of Superfine visitors purchase art at each fair
- 70% of Superfine visitors cite “Meeting and connecting with the artists” as their favorite attribute of our fairs
Make art. Sell art. Superfine does the rest. A professional, courteous, and knowledgeable team of experts guiding you every step of the way.
Superfine is coming at you in 2021 with safety and a better selling environment in mind for exhibiting artists including:
- Smaller crowds with pre-vetted, more serious collectors
- Build meaningful connections thanks to more one-on-one time with potential buyers (70-75% of attendees said their favorite thing about fairs is connecting with artists)
- Unidirectional floor plan for better traffic flow
“Superfine has been a life-changing experience that accelerated my career and created so many new relationships with artists, collectors, curators, galleries and journalists that I still benefit from to this day.” – Sean Christopher Ward, Exhibiting Artist
“Exhibiting at Superfine was a very positive and profitable experience for me. The collectors that attended were enthusiastic and genuinely interested in the work on display. Unlike large corporate fairs, Superfine is an art fair run by people who love what they do. They have a passion for art and offer support and motivation to the participating artists.” – Blair Martin Cahill, Superfine Artist
“My Superfine experience was instrumental for my growth as an artist. I made new connections, found new homes for my paintings, and discovered new ways to think about my work and my process. All this is thanks to the Superfine team’s professionalism: their hands-on approach, their diligence, and their care are felt at all times.” – Ken Goshen, Superfine Artist
About Superfine Industries
Superfine is the art fair that puts young professionals in touch with hundreds of cutting-edge works by the world’s top emerging artists.
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[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] A.I.R. Studio Paducah, an artist-in-residence studio and efficiency apartment located in the Lower Town Arts District of Paducah, Kentucky six blocks from the Ohio River, announces an ongoing call for artists. A.I.R. Studio welcomes self-motivated, focused artists working in a range of creative practices: visual artists, photographers, architects, writers, composers, and improvisational choreographers. Applicants are encouraged to have a clear objective for their residency. Stays usually range from two weeks to three months.
A.I.R. Studio is for serious artists who want a creative respite from their day-to-day environment and offers an ideal setting for those on sabbatical or who want a focused period of time to start or complete a body of work. The residency affords the artist time and space for focused, independent work, development of new ideas, and experimentation. Visits to area cultural centers, galleries, and performance venues as well as short trips to regional arts facilities can open up a range of networking possibilities. A.I.R. Studio features a storefront multi-purpose display space that can be used for exhibitions or presentations during the residency.
For most of its existence, A.I.R. Studio residents have been visual and fiber artists, a few photographers, and a scattering of creatives in other disciplines. The application process has since expanded and opened up to writers, architects, composers, and improvisational choreographers. Geographically, A.I.R. Studio residents hail from all over the United States and Canada.
A.I.R. Studio Paducah conducts a competitive selection process. Applications are peer-reviewed on a basis of the quality of past work and the applicant’s potential to have a productive residency. Applicants must be at least 21 years old. Collaborative pairs and couples are welcome.
“I embrace this day and all the levels of awareness that have entered my consciousness amidst depths of sadness and loss. Sitting on a bench overlooking the Ohio River, a gentle breeze brings comfort to my body and I watch what appears to be, calm, lightly fluttering wings on the surface of the water. This is just what I need. The great expanse in front of me is a gentle reminder that there is a great deal beyond this place where I sit; more to experience and endless opportunities to create a greater life of fulfillment beyond this moment.” – Helen Elliott, GA
“The experience really jumped-started me into a new path with my work. The residency also allowed for some reflection on my life, my pursuit of the arts, and acted almost as a spiritual retreat.” – Dan Annarino, IN
“Being at Paducah A.I.R. was a spectacular enterprise for me. Having the studio there last February was life changing and I have yearned for a studio space ever since. On another note, I am showing the large work I created there for the first time opening today. Seeing the work up at the Manhattan Beach Art Center tonight will be a moving reminder of that beautiful experience.” – June Edmonds, CA
About A.I.R. Studio Paducah
The A.I.R. Studio and efficiency apartment is located in the heart of the Paducah’s Lower Town Arts District and six blocks away from the Ohio River. As a resident in this setting you have the flexibility of making art in small town peace and quiet or engaging with the artist community.
Only steps away from galleries, studios, and other venues of interest within walking distance including the National Quilt Museum, Yeiser Art Center, Maiden Alley Cinema, Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center, and McCracken County Public Library. If you can consider a longer stay, then check out class offerings at the nearby Paducah School of Art and Design.
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[Sponsored Listing] The Firehouse Art Center announces a call for artists for their 2021 Open Call.
Preference is given to submissions that are culturally relevant with a unique perspective and the ability to provide a diverse art experience. Cutting edge contemporary work and multi-disciplinary artists are strongly encouraged. Group exhibitions and curatorial proposals are welcomed, as well as solo exhibition proposals from established and emerging artists in all mediums.
Deadline: 31 Aug 2021
The 2021 Open Call exhibition committee consists of artists, art administrators, business professionals, curators, and art collectors.
About Firehouse Art Center
The Firehouse Art Center is Longmont’s leading contemporary art center featuring national, regional, and local artists. Their beautiful National Historic Landmark building features two exhibitions spaces and over 1,000 square feet of space. They focus on accessible contemporary art that engages curiosity and conversation. Admission to the Firehouse is free and serves over 10,000 visitors each year.
The Center was voted the Best Art Gallery in East Boulder County for 7 years in a row and the Times Call Readers Choice for Best Art Gallery 6 years in a row. Exhibits are regularly featured in local and regional news outlets including Boulder Weekly, Denver Westword, the Daily Times-Call, the Boulder Daily Camera, and the Longmont Leader.
The mission of the Firehouse Art Center is to inspire cultural awareness and human connection by providing life enhancing experiences through art exhibitions, art education, and cultural events. The Center is the leading contemporary art space in downtown Longmont, Colorado. As a cornerstone of the Creative District, they exhibit thought provoking work in all mediums including installation, film, and performance art.
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