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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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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Denver Community Church announces a call for artists for Art in Action Denver.
Deadline: 31 Mar 2016
Art in Action is looking for artists who love Colorado and love to make and impact in their surrounding community via their art. This year’s theme for Art in Action is Colorado. We are looking for artists that focus on the beautiful state as inspiration.
Denver Community Church will select up to ten artists for the event. We ask that you are able to set up and tear down your own booth as well as be present throughout the event. Set up will be April 29 and the event is April 30 7pm-10pm at Denver Community Church Uptown Ballroom.
Booth space rental costs are a donation of one specific piece of your choosing with 100% of the proceeds from that specific piece going to the night’s beneficiaries, Dry Bone Denver and Mission Wear.
Art in Action Denver breaks down boundaries through art. We believe that by breaking down ideals of solidarity, walls built by religion, ethnic background, occupation, or sexual orientation, we can create a spirit of community and interaction between neighborhoods, generations, and social barriers. We intend to generate people’s sense of belonging through art in a specified habitat of growing and living together and bring a closer, warmer, more harmonious bond between downtown residents and an expanding community.
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In the true spirit of Dadaism, DADA Art Bar is seeking to revamp our art program by opening our walls to as many local artists as possible.
Deadline: 31 Jul 2015
By flooding them with art, we hope to allow everyone the opportunity to showcase their work in a community that fluctuates minute by minute. Beginning this summer, we expect to be adding a new artist each week.
This is a great opportunity for new and established artists to showcase their work in a growing network and build and exciting community. Artists keep 75% of the piece selling price.
There’s always something going on at DADA – music, painting, live painting with music, open mic, and of course, art. It is a positive community that sparks ideas and is constantly shifting. Located at the edge of RiNo, this is truly a unique space conducive to all art forms and limitless potential.
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Denver Seminary – “Creation Care: Water” is an exhibition that investigates the human role in the natural environment with a specific emphasis on our interdependent relationship with water. Bridge Gallery is seeking work by artists working in a variety of media who celebrate the vitality of water and compel audiences to consider their responsibility for the care and stewardship of this precious resource.
Deadline: 5 Jan 2015.
The Bridge Gallery is a space for visual, theological and cultural dialogue. Artists present concepts and questions through a variety of mediums, addressing the topics of our times. The expressions presented at the Bridge Gallery are not necessarily reflective of the theological or philosophical stances of Denver Seminary yet represent the human struggle towards truth and meaning. The mission of the Bridge Gallery is to prepare Denver Seminary students and the public to engage the world through contemporary art.
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