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Aqueous 2019: Water Soluble Media (Laguna Beach, CA) – Call For Artists

Aqueous 2019: Water Soluble Media (Laguna Beach, CA) – Call For Artists

Las Laguna Gallery announces a call for artists for Aqueous 2019 Watercolor Exhibition. Open to artists working in water soluble media which include watercolor, acrylic, casein, gouache ink, and egg tempera. This is an open theme exhibition.

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Deadline: 8 Jul 2019

Entry: $35 for up to 3 images

Work must be framed adequately, protected with glass or Plexiglas®, and wired for hanging. Sawtooth hangers are not acceptable. As our gallery is right on the coast, all works on paper must be framed. Artwork image size: Minimum size is 5″ x 7″; Maximum size is 36″ in the longest dimension. Please no digital media, photography, prints, or reproductions may be used in the painting.

  • Artist notification: July 15, 2019
  • Art Delivery: July 25 to July 30, 2019
  • Aqueous 2019 Show Date: August 1 to August 30, 2019
  • Artist Gallery Split: 65% Artist, 35% Gallery

Artist Equity

Through our collaborative efforts, we feel that we have created a gallery you could call your  “place” or “home,” which is representative of the idea or purpose that “everyone is welcome here and everyone belongs.”

About Las Laguna Gallery

Las Laguna Gallery is a contemporary and fine art gallery that features art from a diverse group of artists, representing a variety of mediums. Las Laguna Gallery is dedicated to the exploration and engagement of contemporary and fine art visual culture through unique collaborations between artists, students, and the community. They curate artwork that is interesting and engaging to the art collector, art lover, and novice.

Las Laguna Gallery is located on Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna Village. Laguna Village is an artist alcove that offers artist galleries, jewelry shops, and unique specialty stores. Situated on a cliff, Laguna Village is one of the only three locations in Laguna Beach that offers unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. This gallery located in Central Laguna features valet parking, a restaurant and bar, and live music in the fire-side theatre nightly. Las Laguna Gallery is a member of ArtWalk Laguna Beach. This location is part of the free trolley system that runs through Laguna Beach.

For more information, contact laslagunagallery@gmail.com.

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Into The Blue (Danville, CA) – Call For Artists

Into The Blue (Danville, CA) – Call For Artists

The Town of Danville Village Theatre Art Gallery (VTAG) is accepting entries for its 9th annual juried exhibition, Into the Blue. Artists living in the United States over the age of 18 are encouraged to apply. Accepted media includes painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, and video-media. All artwork must come to the gallery ready to hang. Artist will pay for transportation and/or shipping of artwork. The gallery will only accept digital images of your artwork for the juror. No jewelry.

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Deadline: 17 May 2019

A non-refundable entry fee of $35.00 is required for up to three images.

Juror: Leo Bersamina, Professional Artist and Professor of Art at Diablo Valley College

Invited artists: Erik Abel, Ellen Levine Dodd, Liana Steinmetz, and Clayton Thiel.

Into the Blue dates to remember

  • May 31: Artist notifications of juror’s results via email
  • June 21 and 24: Delivery of Artwork to Gallery
  • June 28: Opening Reception (5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.)
  • August 17: Exhibition Closes
  • August 19: Pick-up of artwork

The gallery serves as the lobby for an historical theatre that has shows nearly every day of the week. The theatre has plays, a monthly comedy series, a monthly jazz series, and a bi-monthly movie series. The gallery is located in lovely downtown Danville, California. It is within walking distance to restaurants and shops.

Artist Equity

When selecting artwork for exhibitions, the juror only sees the artwork and is not privy to any private artist information.  As a community gallery VTAG is consistently seeking ways to promote and feature all members of their community. They show works that represent under-represented communities in the Bay Area.

About the Town of Danville

The Village Theatre Art Gallery is an historical landmark in the lovely and picturesque Town of Danville. It is in the sunny East Bay about 30 miles east of San Francisco. The gallery is owned by the Town of Danville. It hosts to 6-7 exhibitions per year. Each summer, the gallery hosts its annual juried exhibition with a new juror each year who is a working professional in the arts field. There is no admission to the gallery and the gallery enjoys a good amount of foot traffic on a daily basis.

For more information, contact artgallery@danville.ca.gov.

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The Second Half (Laguna Beach, CA) – Call For Artists

The Second Half (Laguna Beach, CA) – Call For Artists

Las Laguna Gallery is now accepting original submissions of artwork by those fifty years of age and older for a group exhibition, The Second Half. There are no restrictions on content, style, medium or context, and work may be traditional or digital. This is an open theme call for entry.

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Deadline: 7 May 2019

The Second Half entry fee is $35. Artist notification on May 11th, 2019. Show date on June 6th, 2019 to June 28, 2019. Artist / Gallery split – 65% Artist / 35% Gallery.

Artist Equity

Themed shows sometimes serve as a vehicle for radical social change. They are an effective strategy to address the pressing issues of our time. This particular exhibition opportunity addresses age discrimination.

About Las Laguna Gallery

Las Laguna Gallery is a contemporary and fine art gallery that features art from a diverse group of artists, representing a variety of mediums. Las Laguna Gallery is dedicated to the exploration and engagement of contemporary and fine art visual culture through unique collaborations between artists, students, and the community. They curate artwork that is interesting and engaging to the art collector, art lover, and novice.

Las Laguna Gallery is located on Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna Village. Laguna Village is an artist alcove that offers artist galleries, jewelry shops, and unique specialty stores. Situated on a cliff, Laguna Village is one of the only three locations in Laguna Beach that offers unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean. This gallery located in Central Laguna features valet parking, a restaurant and bar, and live music in the fire-side theatre nightly. Las Laguna Gallery is a member of ArtWalk Laguna Beach. This location is part of the free trolley system that runs through Laguna Beach.

For more information, contact laslagunagallery@gmail.com.

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Expo 2019 (Joshua Tree, CA) – Call For Artists

Expo 2019 (Joshua Tree, CA) – Call For Artists

Joshua Tree Art Gallery (JTAG) Expo 2019 is an open call for artists to present new works of art to be included in a salon style exhibition in Joshua Tree, CA. This annual community showcase allows all artists to show their most current work. Opening date is June 15 – 30, 2019.

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Deadline: 10 May 2019

Work must be delivered to gallery by June 10th between 10 am – 12 pm. Artwork may be mailed to P.O. Box 1107 Joshua Tree, CA 92252. Mail in artwork must be accompanied with a post paid return mailing.

There are cash awards for Expo 2019 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners. The show will be promoted on the JTAG website and Artsy. This is one JTAG’s largest attended events during the year. All works are for sale. There is no commissions on artist works sold. Opening receptions attract hundreds of visitors. Shows are covered in the regional press and online media.

About Joshua Tree Art Gallery

JTAG is the premiere gallery located in Joshua Tree, CA. JTAG has been a community based gallery for over ten years. It is located in downtown Joshua Tree, CA, next to Joshua Tree National Park. JTAG is a not for profit gallery offering opportunities for artists to present new works of art and providing educational workshops and lectures by artists. Joshua Tree, CA, has over three million visitors a year.

For more information, contact info@joshuatreeartgallery.com.

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City Hall Public Art Project – Call For Artists

City Hall Public Art Project – Call For Artists

The City of Manhattan Beach announces a call for artists for the City Hall Public Art Project. The site is located in the City Hall Lobby area. There is a grand stair case that runs between the upper and lower floors. Submissions that address the whole space, including both upper and lower floors, furniture, and fixtures are encouraged.

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Deadline: 13 Feb 2019

The City of Manhattan Beach is offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to create a public art sculpture. Approximately 3.8 million tourists arrive in Manhattan Beach every year.

The budget for the City Hall Public Art Project is not to exceed $250,000.00. This amount includes all costs related to the artist’s design and project management fees; all subcontracted and consultant costs including engineers, electricians, materials, fabricators, studio, and overhead costs; fabrication, transportation, delivery, storage, and installation of all art components; general and automobile liability, professional liability insurance, and automotive insurance as required; and all other costs associated with the art project including a minimum budget contingency of 15%. Please note that the budget includes all costs required for all permits and licenses.

The City Hall Public Art Project RFQ is open to professional artists residing in the United States who meet the minimum eligibility qualifications indicated below:

  • Successful completion of at least 2 (two) permanent art installation or design projects valued over $150,000.00, preferably those that are similar in scope and nature to this project. Prior work could include architecture, landscape, or urban design projects if public art was an integral component.
  • Experience in working cooperatively with multiple professionals including City staff, regulatory agencies, community members, and design professionals such as engineers, landscape architects, and architects.
  • Aesthetic excellence in the design and execution of completed projects.
  • Ability to install or oversee the installation of the commissioned work.

About the City of Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach has been featured in many Hollywood films and series including 1408, 2012, Against All Odds, CSI Miami, Jerry Maguire, Weeds, Veronica Mars, Tequila Sunrise, Point Break, and Starsky and Hutch. Manhattan Beach has 2.1 miles of beach. At the end of Manhattan Beach Boulevard is a 928 foot long pier where fishing is permitted from all year long. One of the largest flocks of wild parrots in the United States lives in the South Bay, and you can hear their loud squawks all over town.

Manhattan Beach’s schools were ranked #1 by Forbes in 2014, and it has a more educated population than any other suburb in Los Angeles. Manhattan Beach is located on Santa Monica Bay’s southern end. The International Surf Festival and the Manhattan Beach Open Volleyball Tournament is held every August in Manhattan Beach. Because of its beauty Manhattan Beach has been given the nickname ‘Pearl of the South Bay’. Manhattan Beach has the Roundhouse Marine Studies Lab and Aquarium where visitors can see a variety of sea life species. The members of the band The Beach Boys surfed at Manhattan Beach growing up, as they were from Hawthorne, an adjacent city.

For more information, contact mbetz@citymb.info.

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Napa Art Walk – Call For Artists

Napa Art Walk – Call For Artists

The City of Napa announces a call for artists for the Napa Art Walk, a curated walking tour program that showcases regularly rotating installation art throughout downtown Napa, California. Collections rotate every two years. The 2019-21 exhibition will be the sixth rotation in this program. All pieces submitted for the sixth Napa Art Walk should integrate and embody a specific sense of place. The aim of this exhibition is for the public to identify their own symbolic and literal relationship to the environment(s) in which they live, and inspire a recognition or creation of experience tied to the place in which the artwork resides.

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Deadline: 30 Nov 2018

Among twenty potential sites situated along primary pedestrian corridors in downtown Napa, ten will be finalized to best match the chosen artworks. All sites are a brief distance from one another. Several are on or near popular visitor destinations such as the Oxbow Public Market, Napa Mill, and Napa River Inn. Busy pedestrian walkways, bridges, the riverfront, and plazas serve as accommodating and attractive sites that elevate the artwork while simultaneously integrating it into the cityscape. The route is not limited to walking, but strollers, wheelchairs, bicycles, and any other necessary assistance can be easily accommodated. The route may be enjoyed as a loop or customized by the individual viewer(s) to meet specific preferences and/or logistical restraints. Napa Art Walk Goals:

  • Create exciting, appealing and harmonious public environments by integrating outdoor art into public spaces;
  • Showcase public art that celebrates Napa’s historical, socio-cultural and aesthetic values;
  • Preserve and enrich Napa’s cultural environment;
  • Enhance the character of Napa through visibility of community-valued artworks;
  • Promote public participation and interaction with artists and artwork; and
  • Stimulate the downtown economy through increased pedestrian activity and positioning Napa as an art destination.

Napa Art Walk Artist Benefits

Ten pieces will be selected by a jury and placed among twenty potential sites in Napa. Each selected artist will receive an Artist Honorarium of $2,000 to assist with transportation, travel and other expenses; $1000 will be paid upon artwork installation in 2019, and $1000 will be paid upon artwork de-installation in 2021, at the end of the exhibition.

Printed and downloadable brochures with a map of art locations enable self-guided viewing of the exhibition. Volunteer docents lead Napa Art Walk tours. The pieces are on display 24 hours a day, though viewing of some may be restricted to daylight. The following will be also provided to increase public awareness of this exhibition:

  • Grand Opening reception / Meet and Greet with the Artists
  • Media releases
  • Printed and downloadable brochures
  • Napa Art Walk Website
  • The “DoNapa” website, social media and blog postings
  • Features on the City of Napa and Arts Council Napa Valley websites
  • Calendar listings
  • Docent-led tours
  • Inclusion in media and school tours
  • Artwork plaques
  • People’s Choice Promotion
  • Instagram account dedicated to the Art Walk

To enhance the usability and visibility of Napa Art Walk, the City partnered last year with Otocast, a mobile app program which provides information about each of these pieces and the artists, (Voices of Napa Art Walk Artists). The Otocast app may be downloaded on any smart phone to find “Napa, CA Napa Art Walk” and hear about the art and surrounding points of interest in the current exhibit. Images of the artworks, a printable brochure and map, and links to the audio tours from current and past exhibitions may be found at Napa Art Walk.

Napa Art Walk Exhibition Programming

There is an opportunity to have one-on-one conversations with the artists during their time in Napa – akin to the popular “Inside the Actors Studio” format. These will be voluntary and at the convenience of the artist. In coordination with Arts Council Napa Valley, the City of Napa will organize small group gatherings for interested parties to meet the artists, ask questions, and hear about their work and interests. These events will be held in the homes and/or offices of local artists and art supporters. They will be organized as installation schedules are finalized.

Artworks will remain on view for a period of approximately two years (July 2019 – August 2021), during which community members and visitors may vote online to select one artwork for the “People’s Choice Award”. This award is announced in spring prior to close of the exhibit. The winner of the People’s Choice Award will receive a Proclamation from the Napa City Council and gifts from local merchants and hospitality partners. Past prizes have included overnight getaways, dinner for two at an acclaimed restaurant in Napa, spa treatments, and gift certificates.

About the City of Napa

The City of Napa is in the heart of Napa Valley, a world-class winegrowing region and travel destination. Located along the banks of the Napa River, Downtown Napa is emerging from its origins as a civic district to a vibrant hub of beautiful hotels, charming inns, exceptional culinary establishments and wine-tasting rooms, all enhanced by the arts, parks and entertainment.

The first City of Napa Public Art Master Plan was approved in June 2014. The first Public Art Steering Committee art project, “First Street Art Benches” was completed in 2015, with nine custom-designed benches created by Berkeley, CA artist Eric Powell. The City is presently nearing final design for the renovation of Dwight Murray Plaza. It is one of the most visible and popular plazas located on First Street. Public art is expected to be a major component of the plaza; professional artists are now preparing their submittals for final selection.

For more information, contact napaartwalk@cityofnapa.org.

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Indian Wells Arts Festival 2019 – Call for Artists

Indian Wells Arts Festival 2019 – Call for Artists

Dianne Funk Productions announces a call for artists for the Indian Wells Arts Festival 2019 (IWAF). Celebrating its 17th year of success, artists showcase their contemporary and traditional fine art and high quality craft. A total of 200 artists are selected to participate by jury. Fifteen mediums and categories are judged for awards in painting, drawing, 2D and 3D mixed-media, printmaking, photography, other 2-dimensional, sculpture, jewelry, hand-woven textile or fiber, non-functional, utilitarian, wearable-art, and found art.

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Deadline: 22 Oct 2018

Booth fees affordably range from $300 for a 10′ x10′ single space and $600 for a 10′ x 20′ double space. Electricity optional at an additional $200 fee.

The Coachella Valley is set to bloom in a colorful efflorescence of fine art at the 17th annual Indian Wells Arts Festival, March 29, 30 and 31, 2019. Ranked as a Top 50 Fine Art Show in the country. Renowned for its international palette, more than a quarter of its artists hail with accolades from 60 of some of the most prestigious art institutions including the Smithsonian, the Los Angeles and San Diego County museums of Art and Natural History, the U.S. Department of Interior Art Museum, and Japan’s Kyoto Museum.

The Indian Wells Arts Festival 2019 delivers a diverse showcase of art in 31 mediums and categories ranging from painting, sculpture, jewelry, wearable-art fashion, photography and ceramics, making the event a prime source of acquisition for serious buyers and collectors. Upwards of 10,000 festival-goers are expected descend on the 3-day event held at the luxurious Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, CA, some from as far abroad as Germany and Canada and others as day-trippers and weekend-trekkers from San Diego and Los Angeles.

Amid the thousands of one-of-a-kind works of art, the festival incorporates a Gourmet MarketPlace featuring original production artisan fare such as organic bath and body confections to epicurean oils and vinegars; artist demonstrations include large-scale stone sculpting and painting; live music and entertainment; and, engaging art activities including pottery-throwing and a kid’s palette-knife painting class.

Indian Wells Arts Festival 2019 Artist Benefits

  • Ranked consistently as one of the 100 Best Fine Art Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist magazine
  • Privately gated venue with 24-hour security and state-of-the-art facilities which include on-call booth sitters; free Wi-Fi internet access, and luxury on-site restrooms
  • On-going artist promotion opportunities through artist spotlights across all IWAF social media, video podcasts, and blog features at no additional cost to the artists
  • Strong public relations and media coverage including local and select major-market editorials and press releases
  • Easy artist check-in and express check-out
  • Real-time show updates and communications via text message
  • Complimentary artist hospitality with fresh snacks and beverages
  • Saturday & Sunday “Eggs + Champagne in the Garden” brunch menu till noon
  • Champagne Circle Bar and RumChata Bar service and full-menu restaurants in the shaded courtyard pavilion

About Diane Funk Enterprises

Dianne Funk began producing art festivals in the Coachella Valley in 1986, with Faire a La Quinta, followed by Southwest Arts Festival in Indio in 1989, which has since grown into an acclaimed regional attraction. Building upon that success, Dianne Funk created the Indian Wells Arts Festival in 2002. It has since developed into the headlining event of the Coachella Valley’s arts festival season. The event has achieved an international scope with artists from more than 30 countries participating.

For more information, contact info@indianwellsartsfestival.com.

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Napa Lighted Art Festival – Call For Artists

Napa Lighted Art Festival – Call For Artists

The City of Napa announces a call for artists for the Napa Lighted Art Festival. For 2019, approximately fifteen installations are being sought. The festival supports the innovative techniques using light and light technologies as a growing art medium. Napa Lighted Art Festival is a true celebration of creative arts, technology and light. Artwork could include any of the following genres and/or technology: Light art, video art, 3D video mapping projections, light sculptures, LED, fibre optics, custom gobo designs, interactive works, and lasers. The City of Napa is open to receiving proposals to exhibit existing works provided they meet the Festival themes and criteria.

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Deadline: 17 Aug 2018

Napa Lighted Art Festival Artist Benefits

The Napa Lighted Art Festival artist’s stipends will range between $2000 – $5000 which includes travel expenses. The artwork will be shown to 20K + audience who will be attending the festival and viewing the artwork. The Napa Lighted Art Festival marketing for this event will be reach over 300K+ followers on social media channels and printed materials.

“We know how to do Art After Dark!”

About the City of Napa

City of Napa and the Arts Council Napa Valley are proud supporters of public art, art walks, and the growing medium of light art. The Napa Lighted Art Festival is an exciting opportunity. Also, it is one of the few lighted art festivals on the West Coast. Non-profits, schools, private business, and the art community are involved in the festival. Napa Valley is soon to be the destination in order to experience dynamic art, diverse culture, creative opportunities, and world class wines. It will be the place to be in January each year. It is an opportunity you do not want to miss out on.

For more information, contact kgregory@cityofnapa.org.

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Reimagining Reproduction: Los Angeles – Call For Artists

Reimagining Reproduction: Los Angeles – Call For Artists

The ART of Infertility announces a call for artists for the exhibit, “Reimagining Reproduction: The ART of Infertility in Los Angeles.” The exhibit will run June 9 – 30, 2018 at Venice Arts, Marina del Rey. The ART of Infertility is partnering with Dr. Paul Turek, The Turek Clinics in Beverly Hills and San Francisco, to host an interactive art event. This event is the highlight of a national awareness campaign for Men’s Health Month.

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Deadline: 25 May 2018

Our opening reception will be held on June 9th from 5:30 – 8:30 pm.

The artwork chosen will tell the stories of reproduction reimagined. It will highlight pieces reflecting both the experiences of those with infertility and those who must use assisted reproductive technology to build their families. The ART of Infertility is especially interested in sharing artwork telling the stories of men, single parents by choice, and those in the LGBTQ+ community.

We invite artists who have personal experience with non-traditional family building through assisted reproductive technology as well as those who have experienced reproductive loss, including infertility, miscarriage and stillbirth. The ART of Infertility invites artists who do not have personal experience, but have been inspired to create around this theme, to submit their artwork for exhibition.

Original artwork that has been created around themes of reproductive loss and on-traditional family building through assisted reproductive technologies will be considered. Works may be executed in any medium, and in a two- or three-dimensional format. Share the silenced stories of infertility and non-traditional family building in Los Angeles.

Reimagining Reproduction Artist Benefits

Artists participating in Reimagining Reproduction will benefit from publicity from a nation-wide awareness campaign via Men’s Health Network. Artists may sell their work and share their story. They will raise awareness about reproductive health, reproductive loss, and mental health. In particular, in underserved communities such as people of color, men, and the LGBT community. They will give those attending the event an opportunity to share the experiences of reproductive loss with their friends and family. Help diminish stigmas around reproductive health, particularly with infertility and mental health, particularly among men. Artists will have the opportunity to have their artwork travel in subsequent The ART of Infertility exhibits.

About The ART of Infertility

Infertility (IF) has been described as a culturally stigmatizing and invisible disease. The ART of Infertility is a national arts organization based in Michigan. Founded in 2014, they curate innovative and emotionally provoking art exhibits to portray the realities, pains, and joys of living with IF. They design engaging curriculums to host art and writing workshops. The ART of Infertility plans educational, outreach events. They advocate for infertility rights. Most of all, they provide support for those living in the shadows of infertility. Through art, they break the silence around reproductive grief and push back against common misconceptions. They invite you to join in the fight to make infertility visible.

For more information, contact info@artofinfertility.org.

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2018-19 Exhibitions – Call For Artists

2018-19 Exhibitions – Call For Artists

MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation, a call for artists for their 2018-19 exhibitions. This call represents MOXI’s first open application process for artists and art collectives to propose works for 2018-19 exhibitions. For reference, recent artworks have incorporated elements such as Kinect-based body interaction, camera-based interaction, virtual reality, and augmented reality. The design language of MOXI, on every floor, invites visitors to interact fully.

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Deadline: 26 Apr 2018

As part of the current application process, artists are asked to submit a three paragraph exhibit proposal summary for either one or two exhibits. The summary can include up to two embedded images in the PDF, and should include an estimated total budget. Budgets can be up to $10,000, inclusive of all artist fees, travel, hardware, software fabrication, and installation costs. Lower budgets may, in some cases, increase likelihood of funding. For the current application, budget detail is NOT required. Details of budget will come in the second phase.

The review committee will select artists that best meet the requirements, based on the submitted information. The following criteria will be examined:

  • Quality of the artist’s past work, both aesthetic and technical, as represented by the media submissions
  • Experience of the artist in creating interactive artworks
  • Experience of the artist in successfully designing, fabricating, and completing public artworks that are highly durable and robust – on time and within budget
  • The artist’s training, education, and artist statement
  • Quality of the proposed interactive exhibit and alignment with MOXI’s mission and audience

About MOXI

MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation, opened in Santa Barbara, CA in early 2017. It recently celebrated its first birthday, and has welcomed over 175,000 visitors in its first year. MOXI’s mission is to ignite learning through interactive experiences in science and creativity. The museum has garnered numerous accolades during its first year, including being listed by Fodor’s Travel as one of the top ten new museums in the world. MOXI’s three floors are filled with interactive and hands-on exhibits and experiences. MOXI believes in the importance of art and creativity. Supporting that belief, has dedicated two museum spaces to rotating three-month interactive media artworks. These spaces are the Interactive Media Theater and the Bridge.

For more information, contact curator@moxi.org.

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