Applications are now open for the Fall edition of The Other Art Fair Los Angeles, a leading fair for emerging and independent artists. The fair will take place from September 23-26, 2021 at Barker Hangar.
Each applicant is carefully considered by the selection committee. The judges take time to look at the submitted works, CV, and artist statement.
Deadline: 30 Jun 2021
Applications are free and non-binding. Participation fees start at $2,375 +tax for a 16 linear foot booth.
If successful, your Fair Package will include:
- A booth at The Other Art Fair Los Angeles in-person at Barker Hanger, Santa Monica
- Inclusion in an Online Studios e-commerce platform pre- and post- Fair
- Support from a dedicated team in preparation for and following the Fair
- Meet gallerists, collectors, and enthusiastic art buyers face-to-face
- 130,000 art lover database, all who receive regular e-newsletters
- 1.25 Million combined social media followers across the platforms of Saatchi Art and The Other Art Fair
- Access to pre-Fair preparation workshops in operations, marketing, and curation, led by the Fair team
- Lifetime membership of The Other Art Fair’s Artist Community, with access to insider newsletters, professional networking, and social events
- Invite to the exhibitor-only Facebook Community
About The Other Art Fair
The Other Art Fair was born from a realization of the disparity between art lovers eager to discover the next big thing and talented artists struggling to gain recognition. Ten years on, 2021 and beyond will see The Other Art Fair entering a new digital chapter. Alongside the onsite events we all love, The Other Art Fair is launching a forward-thinking online experience using virtual reality, augmented reality, and live streaming. This global initiative will give art lovers year-round access to buying and interacting with today’s leading emerging artists.
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[Sponsored Listing] Dogwood Arts announces a call for artists for the Regional Art Exhibition, showcasing fine art of all kinds from emerging and established artists throughout the Knoxville, TN, region. The juried exhibition will be on display in the upper gallery at the Emporium Center in Downtown Knoxville from June 4-25, 2021. An independent juror with significant ties to local, regional, and national creative culture will review each application, select the participants, and award monies totaling $2,000 at the opening celebration on Friday, June 4th from 5-8 PM.
Deadline: 9 May 2021
For the 2021 regional art exhibition, artworks must have been completed in the last two years by artists 18 years of age and older that live permanently within 500 miles of Downtown Knoxville.
- Sunday, May 9th (11:59PM): Application deadline ($15 Fee – 100% of the application fees cover award monies)
- Monday, May 17th: Notification of acceptance via email
- Tuesday, June 1st: Artwork must be delivered to the Emporium Center (Artwork can also be delivered or mailed to the Dogwood Arts office May 17th-21st)
- June 4-25th: Exhibition Dates
- June 4th: Exhibition Opening and Award Ceremony 5:00-8:00pm at the Emporium Center
The exhibition will be juried by Althea Murphy-Price. Murphy-Price began her studies in Fine Art at Spelman College before receiving her Master of Arts in Printmaking and Painting from Purdue University and later studying at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University where she earned her Master of Fine Arts. Her artwork has been shown widely throughout the country as well as international cities in Spain, China, Japan, Italy, and Sweden. Her writings and work have been featured in such publications as Art Papers Magazine, CAA Reviews, Contemporary Impressions Journal, Art in Print, Printmaking: A Complete Guide to Materials and Process, and Printmakers Today.
Regional Art Exhibition Artist Benefits
The Dogwood Arts Regional Art Exhibition is a top notch showcase of emerging and established artists in the South. The show has a long-standing reputation of excellence and is well-attended by local artists, buyers, and art lovers alike. The opening reception will take place on a First Friday in June in a prominent gallery in Knoxville, TN with guaranteed exposure for clients and buyers. Participating artists will be eligible for over $2,000 in award monies that will be distributed at the opening reception.
About Dogwood Arts
With over 20 annual events and programs, Dogwood Arts promotes and celebrates the art, culture, and natural beauty of the Knoxville, TN, region all year long. Dogwood Arts has a 65-year history of arts advocacy, environmental stewardship, and economic impact in East Tennessee. With the financial support of corporate sponsors, grant funding, local government investment, and private donors, they produce 20 year-round events and programs that help make Knoxville a great place to live, work, and play.
Dogwood Arts supports artists at every level, from kindergarten to professionals through a variety of exhibitions, programs, and festivals.
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Superfine! Art Fair announces a call for artists for the Superfine! Art Fair Seattle 2020. Are you struggling with reaching new collectors, marketing your work, and finding the time to do what you love to do — create art? Superfine! Art Fair is a first mover in the new art fair for artists model, where you take control of your career. Meet collectors face-to-face, make sales, and grow a strong collector list. Gain lifetime value from our seasoned marketers.
Deadline: 27 Jul 2020
Whether you’re a local Seattle artist, an artist from the Pacific Northwest, or an artist from anywhere in the world looking to tap into a top emerging market, we invite you to pre-qualify for Superfine! Seattle today. This unique artist-forward art fair event will be held August 20-23, 2020.
Beyond in-fair and post-fair art sales, expect to gain incalculable lifetime value in marketing expertise, art sales, and collector and industry relationships.
Superfine! Art Fair Seattle 2020 Benefits
A whole year of exhibitions in one weekend.
- 4-6,000 motivated, art-hungry visitors during the four days of the fair
- 25% of our visitors make a significant ($100-$2,500+) art purchase
- More than 50% of our exhibiting artists receive major media coverage
Make art. Sell art. Superfine! does the rest.
- Meet your next collectors in a friendly, welcoming space: the ideal environment to discover, collect, and sell art
- Innovative cost-saving and cost-spreading financing options that work with every artist’s budget to make exhibiting and selling a reality
- Serious opportunities for features in Superfine!’s earned (press and PR), owned (website, blog, and social), and paid (advertising) media
Note: Superfine! takes no commission on any artwork sold either in person at the fair or via our online E-Fair.
You’re the art-making expert. Superfine! are art-marketing experts.
- The smartest and most sophisticated marketing engine in the industry. The audience is 26-45, affluent ($120k+/year), and buying art now.
- A professional, courteous, and knowledgeable team of experts guide you every step of the way.
- Lead-up webinars and curatorial guidelines geared towards success. Take what you learn with you and make it work for you year-round.
About Superfine! Art Fair
As both artists and collectors, Superfine! wanted to find a better way for regular people excited about art to connect directly with artists and support their work, and for artists to meet and retain their collectors, make more sales, and replace job income with art income. That’s how Superfine! was born: an art fair where artists can build a market for themselves, saving time, energy, and stress while allowing real people to discover, connect with, and support our artist community’s life work.
Superfine! has expanded to cities across the country: NYC, LA, Chicago, Seattle, Washington DC, and San Francisco. They have proven that the artist-to-buyer connection is at the center of a sustainable art market. In just 4 or 5 days, artists are meeting more collectors than they were in an entire year. 75% of surveyed visitors say meeting the artist is their favorite part of attending each Superfine! Art Fair.
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Hamilton Arts Council announces a call for artists for a Youth and Emerging Artists Exhibition, accepting submissions from secondary, post-secondary students, and recent college and university graduates in southern Ontario. The first Emerging Youth Art Fair will take place at CF Limeridge Mall, October 24th – October 28th, 2018. This exhibition showcases new visual artworks by up-and-coming local creators from southern Ontario. This curated exhibition provides emerging artists with professional exhibition experience and publicity.
Deadline: 1 Oct 2018
Artists may submit three pieces for consideration. Depending on space, only one piece is guaranteed to be exhibited. This is contingent on the quality of the work and the number of submissions. Artists will be notified of their acceptance by October 5th, 2018.
All artwork must be 12 x 12 outside dimensions and not more than 5 inches deep. All artwork should be framed or on canvas; ready or prepared for hanging. For framed pieces, the artwork itself must be a minimum of 6 x 6 and must be square.
Mixed media works that make creative use of the entirety of the square foot area (for example within a shadow box) are considered square. If framed, make sure the outer dimension of the frame is 12 x 12.
Youth And Emerging Artists Exhibition Artist Benefits
Chosen artists for the Youth And Emerging Artists Exhibition will be invited to be a part of the curated exhibition. They will have an opportunity to win a prize in one of four categories: Best of Show Emerging, 1st and 2nd Place, and Best of Show Youth Category. The experience will help build the artists portfolio, c.v. and exhibition experience. It provides for numerous networking opportunities with both their peers and professional art buyers, community organizers,and curators. This is the first ever art fair of it’s kind taking place in upper Hamilton.
About The Hamilton Arts Council
The Hamilton Arts Council exists to strengthen the role of the arts and culture in the City of Hamilton by making the arts accessible and relevant to the entire community. Founded in 1969 and incorporated in 1973, the Hamilton Arts Council is the second largest and one of the oldest community arts councils in Ontario. Originally known as the Hamilton & Region Arts Council and later Arts Hamilton, they have a long history of supporting local arts and culture through publication, advocacy, and community partnerships.
About CF Lime Ridge
From atop Hamilton’s mountain, Lime Ridge dominates the retail scene in Ontario’s third largest city. With its convenient location, accessible from the Lincoln Alexander Parkway, the centre serves the neighbouring communities of Dundas, Ancaster, Stoney Creek, and Brantford. Lime Ridge boasts a GLA of 814,000 sq. ft. It has more than 210 trend-setting retailers, delivering an upscale shopping experience across a trade area of more than 500,000 residents. Recently, Lime Ridge executed a major remerchandising plan for the centre. It brought in many desirable brands such as Sephora, Victoria’s Secret, and Forever 21.
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