Community Arts Center announces a call for artists for Horizon: Contemporary Landscape 2016.
Deadline: 1 Aug 2016
The juror will be asked to select work that reflects and expresses the theme of contemporary landscape while demonstrating creativity, strength of execution, and overall artistic excellence with the goal of selecting a well-rounded exhibit that showcases a broad range of artistic styles and interpretations.
All media will be considered with the exception of live or performance art. All work must have been completed since January of 2012 and not previously shown in any other Community Arts Center exhibitions. All works must be for sale.
- 1st Place: $500
- 2nd Place: $250
- 3rd Place: $100
Selected works will be on display at the Community Arts Center Thursday, September 1 through Friday, November 11, 2016. The Horizon: Contemporary Landscape has been an annual exhibit since 2010.
The Community Arts Center is a non-profit arts center with gallery spaces, classes, and arts-based programming in Danville, KY.
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Handmade in Britain announces a call for artists for Handmade Edinburgh.
Deadline: 31 Jul 2016
Set to become the leading showcase for contemporary craft in Scotland, Handmade Edinburgh 28-30 October 2016 is supported by Craft Scotland and will take place in Edinburgh’s iconic landmark and key event venue, The Hub.
Handmade Edinburgh is a three day selling event and is highly consumer orientated, offering visitors the opportunity to view, buy or commission their perfect piece and take it home with them.
Handmade Edinburgh invites applications from individual designer–makers of contemporary craft who work in the following areas: fashion, interiors, textiles, glass, jewelry, paper, furniture, stationery, metalwork, ceramics, sculpture, woodwork, and prints. Makers do not have to be Scottish or live in Scotland to apply.
This is a brand new event, the first of its kind in Scotland.
Handmade in Britain has ten years of experience organizing contemporary, high-end craft events in London and Bath. Last year saw the successful launch of our first international show, Handmade at Kew which saw over 7,500 visitors across four days. This year, we’re reaching out to more areas and adding a new event to our portfolio with Handmade Edinburgh.
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Emerging gallery programs, project spaces, and artists are invited to apply for the Berliner Liste 2016 fair.
Deadline: 30 Jun 2016
The 13th edition of Berliner Liste will be held from September 15th to 18th, 2016, parallel to Berlin Art Week, in the legendary Kraftwerk Berlin. The unique, raw, and urban atmosphere of Kraftwerk in Berlin Mitte, the former East Berlin power station, is the ideal location for Berlin’s oldest and biggest art fair.
Unlike most of the major art fairs which are open mainly to art galleries, Berliner Liste 2016 offers individual artists and photographers access to a large and long-established art market. As an exhibitor, artists will get the opportunity to perform side by side with galleries and project spaces, present art to an audience of specialists as well as to the general public, and offer works for sale.
As a forum for emerging, international art at affordable prices, the Berliner Liste attracts every year a wider audience. 123 exhibitors from 23 countries presented their work to more than 11,000 young collectors, art lovers, and fans at last year’s show.
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Artists from across Australia are invited to enter the Mandorla Art Award 2016 from the Mandorla Centre for Inner Peace.
Deadline: 2 May 2016
The winning artwork receives $25,000 and joins the likes of Julie Dowling, Theo Koning, Brian McKay, and Paul Kaptein in our collection.
This prestigious award has a major prize of $25,000 and two highly commended awards of $5,000 each. Finalists will be exhibited at Linton & Kay Galleries in Perth CBD from July 15 – 23. A selection of these works will also be exhibited at New Norcia Museum and Art Gallery and St John of God Health facilities.
The Mandorla Art Award offers artists and the public a new vision that is actually a very old vision, the place of the Christian religion in art. It is the fulfillment of a dream held by a small group of committed Christians, the Mandorla Centre of Inner Peace.
Wishing to balance the largely secular nature of most art seen in today’s galleries, the Mandorla Art Award Committee selects a particular theme or passage from the Bible, Old or New Testaments.
This unique approach among Australian religious art prizes invites artists to think laterally and with sensitivity by interpreting this in two- or three-dimensional works.
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Hamilton Street Gallery announces a call for artists for A Man’s World.
Deadline: 15 Feb 2016
For this juried exhibition we’re asking artists to step into the man cave to observe and uncover the concept of the male image and it’s social, physical, and psychological evolution. In today’s world, what does a man need to be a man? How have, or haven’t, these needs changed in regard to society’s perceptions and expectations throughout history? In the future, what characteristics will denote what a man is? Possible images to explore can be positive or negative and may include such male archetypes as superheroes and villains, cowboys, athletes, gangsters, politicians, madmen, rockstars, revolutionaries, computer geeks, Wall Street tycoons, poets, preachers, loners, zealots, and idiosyncratic artists. We encourage work that is adventurous in content and all media is accepted.
Hamilton Street Gallery is a small gallery in a small town run by a small family.
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stARTup Art Fair San Francisco is contemporary art fair for independent artists. If you are an independent, professional working visual artist – we invite you to apply.
Deadline: 15 Feb 2016
This three-day fair will run April 29-May 1, 2016 at the Hotel del Sol in San Francisco, and take place at the same time as the nearby SF Art Market gallery fair. Participating artists will have a fantastic opportunity to expose new work to a myriad of collectors, curators, gallery owners, art consultants, and writers who will be coming to the city for a weekend of contemporary art.
One of the core missions of stARTup Art Fair is to provide a new avenue for the creative longevity of the visual artist, providing a marketplace that gives artists the power to present and sell work on their own terms. All sales proceeds, as well as professional contacts made during the fair, belong 100% to the artists.
Applications will be reviewed by a Selection Committee, consisting of six diverse art world professionals:
- Michael Arcega, San Francisco-based artist and professor, San Francisco State University
- Hung Liu, San Francisco-based artist and retired professor, Mills College
- Max Presneill, artist and Director/Curator, Torrance Art Museum
- Renny Pritikin, Chief Curator, The Contemporary Jewish Museum
- Alex Ray, Art Consultant, Five Senses Art Consultancy
- Marianna Stark, President of the Board of Directors, Berkeley Art Center
There are application and entry fees.
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Made in NY is an annual exhibit at the Schweinfurth Art Center located in Auburn, New York that features work by New York artists.
Deadline: 22 Jan 2015
This eclectic exhibition showcases two and three-dimensional work including, but not limited to, photography, sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, fiber, installation, and video. The exhibit encourages creativity and innovation.
The exhibit is an opportunity for artists residing in New York State to showcase their work in a competitive, juried exhibition. Prizes are awarded. Jurors determine the prizes after the installation.
The Schweinfurth Art Center is a non-profit, multi-arts center situated in the heart of the Finger Lakes that features five contemporary changing exhibitions each year, art classes for youth and adults, quilting and fiber arts workshops, and a unique gift shop.
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Ventitre01 is selecting the new artists for the 2016 collection.
Deadline: 20 Dec 2015
This year we are offering 1000 € to the author of the first selected artwork chosen among the ones belonging to all the five categories and free promotional features for the 10 finalists included in the new catalog.
- 1st: 1000,00 € prize; inclusion in the on line and paper Ventitre01 catalogs, free promotion and participation in our events and art shows.
- 2nd to 10th prizes: inclusion in the on line and paper Ventitre01 catalogs, free promotion and participation in our events and art shows.
We are searching for works of painting, drawing, graphic design, computer graphics, and photography to publish in our catalogs and promote the selected artworks by our initiatives and exhibition events – the originals as well the limited edition certified copies we produce.
Ventitre01 is a brand and association. Our goal is to create a real market, and this aim means working on personal artistic growth respecting each one’s path and inspiration. The artists are not and should not be the target of the art promoters, because they are the makers. We want to reach all the people that are interested in art, or simply desire to treasure art in their life. We want the artists to catch opportunities even beside the traditional ways, locations, and spots.
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The Spartanburg Art Museum is seeking fashion designers, jewelry artists, wearables artists, textile, and fiber artists to submit 3-5 images of their original work for consideration in Contextile, a live event to be held in Spartanburg Art Museum’s Main Gallery on Saturday January 16th at 8pm.
Deadline: 30 Nov 2015
This unique happening will coincide with the end of our exhibition A Dyeing Art: Contemporary Textiles and Fiber Arts. Designers and artists are to submit wearable artworks/handmade clothing which will be exhibited in a live runway-style format. The event is intended to investigate the changing narratives of wearable versus non-wearable artworks and textiles in contemporary society and the art world.
Designers and artists must provide their own models and can include up to five different wearable pieces or wearable artworks. During the Spartanburg Art Museum curatorial staff’s juried selection process, preference will be shown for submissions that meet the following criteria: incorporation of recycled or upcycled materials, unusual materials that would not be considered typical in the fashion industry, and original designs and concepts.
Selected artists will exhibit their work in an influential regional contemporary art museum, 2015 recipient of South Carolina Art Education Association Museum Educator of the Year. Spartanburg Art Museum will promote individual selected artists through its internet and print marketing.
Spartanburg Art Museum is a nonprofit regional museum promoting contemporary visual arts by inspiring and engaging people of all ages through exhibitions and education.
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La Escocesa Art Center opens a call for visual artists through its residency program (4 studios are available).
Deadline: 10 Nov 2015
- November 25, 2015 to November 25, 2017
- November 25, 2015 to November 25, 2017
- January 1, 2016 to January 1, 2018
- January 1, 2016 to June 30, 2016
- July 2, 2016 to December 31, 2016
- Individual artists= 100 €
- Artists collectives= 150 €
- Plus additional 150 € fee in the beginning of the residency that will be returned in the end of it.
- Ruben Verdú, artist (Venezuela – Barcelona)
- Carles Taché, Taché Gallery (Barcelona)
- Àlex Mitrani, independent curator (Barcelona)
- Esteve Caramés – member of the Institute of Culture (City Council of Barcelona)
- Mike Swaney, artist – member of the Associació d’Idees – La Escocesa
- Llapispanc, artist – member of the Associació d’Idees – La Escocesa
- Four studios available in La Escocesa building.
- The studios are about 35 m2 (7×5 meters) in size.
- Wireless internet, electricity, water, and supplies.
- Ability to use the common areas (kitchen, exhibition space, and Espai M) and other services (utility room, computer, and some tools and technical equipment of La Escocesa).
- Ability to apply for international residency and production – exhibition grants for the resident artists.
- Ability to exhibit at Espai M and to participate in other collaborative production and exhibition projects of the Center.
- Promotion services trough La Escocesa’s communication channels (such as website, social networks, and postcards).
La Escocesa Art Center is a center for visual art production located in Barcelona (in the District of Sant Martí, Poblenou neighborhood) specialized in painting, sculpture, silk screening, graffiti, illustration, physical installations, and ephemeral architecture.
It is an Art Factory Center for visual artists that want to improve their creativity and professional career. La Escocesa is a member of Barcelona City Council’s Art Factories Project (Fàbriques de Creació) and provides a public service for creation oriented to the best upcoming visual artists of the city and the sector. It offers studios, tools, and equipment for the work in the arts as well as promotion services and activities for the resident artists and collaborators with that intention. The center frequently collaborates with other art spaces and networks from the District, the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, and in some foreign countries.
La Escocesa is a public service for the arts in the city of Barcelona and is managed by the visual artist’s association “Associació d’Idees,” an association whose members have a long-term experience in La Escocesa factory complex since 1999, before becoming an official service for the city and sector in 2008.
Currently, the resident profiles are a combination between established artists and those who are in the process of professional development.
The center has 21 workshops / studios in total in its two floors. On the top floor, there are studios for painters and illustrators, mainly, and on the ground floor there are studios for artists that work in sculpture and installations.
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