Smash in the Square announces a call for artists for the Smash Summer Festival 2019. Event to be held on August 3rd & 4th, 2019. The festival is in the absolute heart of Cherry Creek – world class location, nationally recognized hot spot for high-end art and culture. It is on the door steps of the most wealthy and affluent luxury apartments in Colorado. This is a highly selective, upper-echelon, pristine outdoor fine-art exhibit showcasing top-tier artists. The event includes live violin and jazz both days of the weekend plus fine-catering.
Deadline: 1 Jun 2019
Promoted to the wealthiest clientele in the country with great, proven potential of targeted collector sales from the St. Paul Collection luxury apartments and Cherry Creek homeowners. Smash Summer Festival 2019 promotion includes direct-mailing to Castle Pines and Cherry Hills Village (two of the richest neighborhoods in the state) as well as outdoor signage, flyers, social-media, magazine publications, and email-blasts/newsletters.
Smash in the Square has the upmost concern for meeting the best interests/needs of working artists. The promoter has 12+ years of experience participating as an artist on the festival circuit. They love giving back to the communities they serve, doing a conjoining fine arts auction which allows artists to set their own high minimum bids (retaining 80% of each bid-sale) and doing pre-event online and live event bidding.
About Smash in the Square
Smash in the Square has done philanthropic work over the years around the state of Colorado. They have helped businesses raise thousands of dollars plus expand their networks and relationships through partnerships, sponsorships, and fundraising events. In addition to running outdoor art festivals, they have organized many gallery/indoor exhibitions. Their mission is to bring the quality and prestige of gallery presentation to the world of outdoor art festivals in order to attract a higher-end, more targeted collector clientele.
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The City of Brighton announces a call for artists for the fourth annual Art in the Park Festival 2019, to be held Saturday, June 22, 2019, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Carmichael Park, 650 Southern St. Brighton, CO. This one-day festival will give artists the opportunity to display and sell their work. Art can be any medium. The festival features an artist market, performance stage, children’s activity zone, children’s interactive art activities, popular food trucks, and a beer/wine garden.
Deadline: 17 May 2019
Art in the Park Festival 2019 is the City of Brighton’s annual outdoor celebration of the rich and diverse artists in and around our community. It is marketed utilizing press releases, local, and regional print media and social media. These resources are used to publicize the event. KBRI Ch. 8 TV films the event. It can be viewed on Channel 8, YouTube, and the arts and culture website.
Art in the Park Festival 2019 Artist Benefits
Customer service is a priority throughout the day. The planning committee provides volunteer driven golf carts for the artists to assist in unloading and delivery to their booth area. The City of Brighton will help load-in/load out and provide lunch. Event committee members are on site all day providing water, handing out lunch vouchers, and to meet any needs of the artists. Cash prizes awarded for booth presentation.
About The City of Brighton
The City of Brighton and the Office of Arts and Culture support the art community with the Art in the Park Festival, The Brighton Summer Concert Series, Fourth of July, City Barbecue, Flix and Kicks Concert/Movie Series, ARTfest art shows/receptions, pARTy Bus, Artist Salons, Brighton Excellence in Arts Awards, Fiber Arts Showcase and Play, and Summerfest.
The City of Brighton values diversity, whether it is types of interests, cultural or age related differences. Examples of these efforts include:
- Posters created in English and Spanish for our Aurora Symphony Concert that featured the music of Latin America.
- Three of the four elementary schools in the after school arts program are classified as Title 1 schools.
- The Brighton Concert Series clearly illustrates the inclusiveness of our community. Main stage entertainers feature quality and diverse performers ranging from jazz to Mariachis to big band.
- Many concerts are free, removing economic obstacles.
- Special accommodations are provided for those needing assistance/accessibility (ramps, elevators, portable restrooms, parking, seating).
- Advertising and promotion of events in the Brighton Connection, a bi-lingual publication.
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Steamboat Creates announces a call for artists for Art In The Park 2019, the same weekend as the Hot Air Balloon Rodeo just minutes away, these events offer artistry and color both on canvases and in the air, making this weekend a staple of Steamboat Springs, Colorado in the summertime.
Deadline: 1 Apr 2019
Art in the Park is free to the public and features nearly 160 artist vendors, live entertainment, food vendors, and an interactive children’s art area. This popular and successful event takes place on July 13th and 14th over Hot Air Balloon Rodeo Weekend, which draws large crowds through a weekend of fun and excitement. Around 10,000 people attend the festival located in West Lincoln Park, on the west end of downtown Steamboat Springs in beautiful Northwest Colorado.
Art In The Park 2019 Artist Benefits
Exhibiting artists will benefit from the diversity of over 20 different mediums. This high-end art fair is selective in its jurying process of handmade items only, which attracts art enthusiasts and patrons. Steamboat Creates has over 500 Instagram followers, over 1,000 Facebook followers and a strong reputation in its 45th year for Art in the Park. Steamboat Springs was designated as a Creative District in 2017, putting it on the map for Colorado Creative Industries.
There is promotion of the event through newspaper, radio, press releases, magazine articles, social media, rack cards, collaborative marketing with Chamber of Commerce, and distribution of marketing materials with the concierges in the Yampa Valley.
About Steamboat Creates
Steamboat Creates represents the evolution of the Steamboat Springs Arts Council, which has been a nonprofit supporting the arts since 1972. Steamboat Creates supports these endeavors by being the only organization in town to advocate for arts and culture at the local and state levels. Giving rise to the importance of the creative industries as an economic driver is essential to our rural communities resiliency and cultural diversity. Steamboat Creates advocates fiercely for the creative tribe in the Yampa Valley and those artists visiting the area. Their home is in a historic building that was a 1908 train station, hence our location name, Depot Art Center.
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Steamboat Springs Arts Council announces a call for artists for the 44th Annual Art in the Park. This show is open to all artists/crafts-persons who exhibit work of their own original concept, design, and execution.
Deadline: 1 May 2018
Approximately 160 booth spaces will be available. Applicants will be selected on the basis of quality and uniqueness of work. Work which is imported, produced or manufactured will not be accepted. Artwork which is produced or manufactured from a commercial mold, pattern, or kit will not be accepted. The number of exhibitors in each category and selection of exhibitors shall be determined by the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Final selection of participating artists will be conducted May 14 – 19, 2018. Acceptance notification will be sent out May 25th. Artists are required to respond by June 1, 2018. Booth fees will then be cashed and a confirmation sent of your place at 44th Annual Art in the Park.
The 44th Annual Art in the Park 2018 will be held in beautiful Steamboat Springs, CO. This summer tourist destination draws art collectors from all over. Art in the Park is free to the public. It features nearly 160 artist vendors, live entertainment, food vendors, and an interactive children’s art area. This popular and successful event takes place on July 14th and 15th over Hot Air Balloon Rodeo Weekend. It draws large crowds through a weekend of fun and excitement. Around 10,000 people attend the festival located in West Lincoln Park on the west end of downtown Steamboat Springs in beautiful Northwest Colorado.
About Steamboat Springs Arts Council
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council was the first organization in Steamboat specifically created as a community-gathering place to celebrate and support the arts. In 2017, they spearheaded the effort to have Steamboat designated a Creative District by Colorado Creative Industries under the governor’s office of economic development. Creative Districts are economic drivers for the town, giving exposure to artists and creatives through marketing and branding the town to visitors interested in arts, culture, and heritage. The first step in reaching the goals for this designation is to launch SteamboatCreates, an arts and culture hub for the community and visitors.
Since the Arts Council was founded in 1972, they established signature events that reach beyond Steamboat including Art in the Park. Cabaret, an irreverent theater, pokes fun at history and heritage. Young At Art Camps let kids of all socio-economic levels have the opportunity to express themselves through art and creativity.
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The City of Grand Junction has recently constructed Las Colonias Park Amphitheater. The Commission on Arts and Culture is spearheading selection of an artist to create a site-specific work of art representing the Grand Junction Lions Club at a total cost of up to $27,000.
Deadline: 1 Mar 2018
The Lions Club is a prominent philanthropic organization in the community that helped to fund this project. Since 1929, the Grand Junction Lions Club has provided over $7 million to local non-profits, charities, schools, and events in the Grand Valley. The intent of the art work is to depict the Grand Junction Lions Club in a realistic form and celebrate their participation in the community. Installation by June 29, 2018. All Colorado artists are eligible to submit.
The selection committee, comprised of the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture, representatives from Grand Junction Lions Club, and the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department, will review the submissions for the Las Colonias Park Amphitheater and choose three finalists. To maximize the budget for the artwork, stipends will be $100. Finalists will have the option for a Go To Meeting rather that interview in-person. All finalists will be given equal consideration regardless of the type of interview conducted. The project budget is $27,000.
About the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture
The Grand Junction (Colorado) Commission on Arts and Culture is dedicated to developing the quantity, quality, and affordability of arts and culture for the citizens of the Grand Valley. Since 1990, the Commission on Arts and Culture has worked to support the Grand Valley’s artistic resources and cultural activities. Their goal is to form strong, lasting, and dynamic connections with artists, arts organizations, businesses, government, and educational institutions throughout the City of Grand Junction. The Arts Commission focuses on supporting artists via our four public art exhibit spaces, an online artist registration, managing a $40,000 grant program to Colorado non-profits for arts and culture, holding networking events, and completing economic impact studies and the strategic cultural plan.
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The Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE), Colorado, announces a call for artists for the 2017 Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition (RMNW).
Deadline: 23 May 2017
CAE is honored and excited to take responsibility for hosting this annual exhibition. RMNW attracts entrants and jurors from throughout the United States. It is regarded as one of the top watermedia exhibitions in the country.
CAE is pleased to announce that internationally acclaimed painter, author, and teacher, Stephen Quiller, will serve as the juror for the 2017 Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition. Mr. Quiller is best known for his work in watermedia. He was awarded the Gold Medal of Honor at the 148th International American Watercolor Society Exhibition in New York City in 2014. His paintings have been on the covers and the subjects of articles of many leading artist’s magazines. He has authored two best-selling books, Color Choices and Painter’s Guide to Color, and his Quiller Wheel is used by artists worldwide.
In 2016, RMNW awards totaled almost $9,000 in cash and merchandise to exhibition artists as selected by the juror. CAE produces a beautiful full color catalog featuring the artwork in the exhibition and indicating the award winners. All artists who are accepted into the exhibition will receive one complimentary catalog. Also, artists whom are accepted to RMNW four or more times are eligible to receive signature member status for the exhibition.
About Center for the Arts Evergreen
CAE’s mission is to promote and cultivate artistic excellence and enrich the art experience in our mountain community. As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, CAE is committed to delivering engaging exhibitions and diverse educational programs for adults and children. In 2017 CAE is moving to a new facility which includes a modern gallery space housed in a historic old school house that became a church. This exhibition will debut in this new facility which has been highly anticipated by the community for over three years. CAE is located in Evergreen, Colorado, which is an affluent community that supports and buys art.
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Feral Factory, in partnership with Denver’s River North Art District (RiNo) and RedLine Contemporary Art Center, is seeking visual art and photography exploring cities, city life, and urbanism for Urban Collage and the Collage City art show.
Deadline: 25 Feb 2017
The show will take place at The Crash exhibition space and will display 100+ pieces in rotation. The exhibition will include numerous events, salons, workshops, and receptions. Award-winning art advisors, NINE dot ARTS, are collaborating with Feral Factory to promote sales and give our artists access to a much larger national market.
This is a juried regional show with prominent partners and jurors. $500 awarded for Best in Show and three $100 awards for Special Merit. Jurors include: Tracy Weil, Creative Director and Co-Founder, RiNo; Louise Martorano, Executive Director, RedLine Contemporary Art Center; and Martha Weidmann, CEO and Co-Founder, NINE dot ARTS.
Exhibition: 4/1/17 – 6/26/17
Feral Factory has fifteen major events planned during the exhibition, including rotating openings, First Fridays in the RiNo Art District, Art Pairing events, performances, talks, and workshops. Many events are designed specifically to draw buyers.
Urban Collage And The Collage City gives artists access to one of the world’s most prominent and fastest-growing arts districts and review from some of the region’s largest art buyers. One of Feral Factory’s foremost goals is to provide focused sales opportunities for the artists.
About Feral Factory
Feral Factory is indeed a feral organization, scrappy and roving, which has the following goals:
- activate underutilized presentation spaces in our partner arts districts;
- bring the arts together using visual arts, sculpture, audiovisual, theater, and dance together synergistically;
- create opportunities for artists to make sales and for performing artists to gather audiences; and
- engage the public in an entertaining, informative, and educational conversation about art and its role in our communities.
Feral Factory is not:
- a gallery, but it supports galleries;
- an art consultant, but works with art consultants;
- an art center, but partners with art centers.
It is a moving locus for the arts, working with communities and art districts to enliven spaces, educate, and entertain.
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Infuse Gallery announces a call for artists for The Silence is Over: : A Journey of Empowerment from Survivors of Sexual Abuses.
Deadline: 1 Mar 2017
The Silence Is Over is an invitation to join a global community of artists that are ending the silence and shame around our stories of sexual trauma and, instead, are offering them as an opportunity and celebration of empowerment. It is a call to the rest of the world to set a higher standard and end these atrocities. We live in a divided time where fear and intimidation are rampant. By telling our stories we are letting go of fear, honoring our pain we have endured, and celebrating our return to empowerment and wholeness. We are inviting others to join us in this next stage of calling forward a better, unified world that is free from abuse.
Artists will be part of a permanent virtual exhibition on the Infuse Gallery website and several will be selected for a physical exhibition in Summer of 2017. Sales from this exhibition will benefit the artists and two nonprofit organizations: PAVE (Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment) which offers awareness campaigns and support programs to survivors of sexual assault and Blossomy which works with survivors of human trafficking in India. Each artist’s story is an opportunity to help these organizations and other survivors like them as a means of uniting, empowering, and fund-raising through sales of the art in this exhibit.
About Infuse Gallery
Infuse Gallery mission is to use art as a vehicle for global change. We have partnered with several nonprofits. For each piece of art sold, a percentage of the sale is donated directly back to them. We represent artists with world-wide success while also providing a platform to those served through the nonprofits to sell their art in the gallery. This gives them creative and financial empowerment and an opportunity to give back to those who helped them.
We showcase some of the world’s best artistic talent. Every artist in Infuse Gallery selects one of our partner nonprofits for which to donate. They select the percentage from their portion of the sale and Infuse Gallery matches the contribution.
Whether you buy a painting from a school girl in Afghanistan, man living under a bridge in Denver, or career artist who has shown their work in galleries and museums internationally, you can buy this art knowing your purchase has changed a life for the better and helped a charity grow.
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Art Center & Gallery of Estes Park is in the 20th year of offering a national showcase, Lines into Shapes, for a diverse collection of the fine artworks.
Deadline: 29 Aug 2016
Works for Lines into Shapes will be displayed throughout our beautiful gallery in the high mountain town of Estes Park, Colorado.
Up to $4,000 will be awarded in prize money:
- $1,000 Best in Show
- $200 1st Place in each Category
- $100 2nd Place in each Category
- Plus additional awards
One of the reasons the Art Center was established was that local artists were not encouraged to exhibit their artwork in any of the local galleries. They started seeking out ways to show their work and exhibited wherever they could, usually for a weekend or a month in places like the Stanley Village and at the Stanley Hotel. They realized that what they really wanted was a facility where they could display and sell their work on a long-term basis. The Art Center became a non-profit organization in September 1987. The mission is to promote visual art and artists in the Estes Park area by providing a facility, support, exhibition opportunities, present opportunities for education in the visual arts, and act as an advocate and partner in the community for development of the visual arts.
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