View Arts seeks entries for its 2018 Northeast National Pastel Exhibition. The exhibition celebrates one of the most accessible and loved media – the art of pastel.
Deadline: 15 Apr 2018
To be eligible all works must be comprised of pastel. Collage and prints are not eligible. All entries must be of original design and personal execution and be completed within the last two years.
This year’s jurors include Terri Ford as juror of selection and Patricia Tribastone as juror of awards. Terri’s pastel paintings have gained national and international recognition. She was awarded the title “Eminent Pastelist” by the International Association of Pastel Societies in 2012. She is a Master Pastelist with the Pastel Society of America and a “Distinguished Pastelist” with the Pastel Society of the West Coast and the Pastel Society of New Mexico.
Through the generous donation of our supporters, View and the Northeast National Pastel Exhibition are able to offer awards and prizes ranging from $100 – $1,000. 2018 Northeast National Pastel Exhibition awards include the Judges Choice Award, Outstanding Landscape Award, Outstanding Still Life Award, Outstanding Color Award, Outstanding Portrait Award, and four judges choice awards.
About View Arts
View Arts encourages the creation and the contemplative experience of viewing art by hosting exhibitions with regional and national appeal. Artists are featured in conjunction with a diverse spectrum of notable national shows. The Arts Guild of Old Forge was founded by Miriam Kashiwa in 1951, when she first organized an arts show on her front lawn with paintings displayed on chicken wire. From its humble beginnings moving all over town from the fire hall to the former Nathan’s Bakery, a room in the Mason’s building, the Thendara train station, and over thirty years in a former boat repair shop, the arts center has flourished through the years. It has grown steadily to become a year-round multi-arts organization. In 2011, the Arts Center/Old Forge moved across New York State Route 28 into its new facility. It was re-branded as View Arts.
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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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uBe Art announces a call for artists for MyScape: Landscapes, Cityscapes, Interiorscapes.
Deadline: 3 Oct 2016
The goal of landscape painting for me is to capture those aspects of the scene that move me and then try to communicate that to the viewer. By eliminating what doesn’t appeal and enhancing that which does, one produces ‘art.’ – unknown
A space, moment, scene, or memory, scape art shares something intimate whether it be a soulful connection with nature, an edgy moment within the folds of a towering city, the quiet corner of your room, or any of the vast visions that surround you. Your environment elicits a response that you feel compelled to share.
uBe Art wants to see and share these spaces and moments that call to you. This show is devoted to landscapes, cityscapes, and interiorscapes.
Artist will retain 60% of sales.
Artwork selected for the MyScape: Landscapes, Cityscapes, Interiorscapes show will be on display in a seven week exhibition at uBe Art in the B-Side Hood of Berkeley, California—located 12 miles east of San Francisco. The gallery is a beautiful, light-filled space with 25 ft ceilings attracting artists, visitors, and collectors from around the Bay Area.
uBe Art was conceived with an emphasis on accessibly priced, emerging art designed to build relationships with a broad clientele.
In a culture where traditional galleries tend to intimidate art newbies, uBe Art dissolves that gap bringing art and people of all walks and ages together in a space that encourages all to engage with, get cozy with, create, and appreciate art.
Delivering rotating exhibitions, creative workshops for all ages, and expert led home transformation workshops, uBe Art is hitting all the marks and growing to encompass more.
Perfectly nestled in the busting B-Side Hood of Berkeley, uBe Art is surrounded by a cluster of shops and restaurants with live music and events making the block a great destination spot.
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The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo seeks to review qualifications of artist or artist teams who specialize in site specific public art installations.
Deadline: 28 Sept 2015
MacDonald Drive is a site that boasts strong cultural and historical significance and is situated on the edge of both the Athabasca and Snye rivers. Macdonald Drive is also the main artery to allow traffic into Canada’s largest community recreation facility, MacDonald Island Park. This site is highly visible from Fort McMurray’s largest transportation and pedestrian bridge that passes over the Athabasca river connecting downtown Fort McMurray to its urban neighbourhoods. This project is funded by the percent for art reserve fund as per Municipal Public Art Policy (PRL-160).
The MacDonald Drive Project is open to local, national, and international artists.
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) intends to commission an artist or artist team to design and install the regions first large scale public art piece that showcases Wood Buffalo’s vibrant culture, rich heritage and natural beauty. Being situated in the Northern Hemisphere, lighting elements are essential in order to exhibit the piece during the dark winter months. In addition to this, artists and artist teams are encouraged to focus on designs that offer community engagement opportunities during the creation and/or fabrication of the design.
Applicants to the MacDonald Island Park Project will be subject to a 3 phase selection process:
- Phase 1: Request for Qualifications – Artists and artist teams have 3 weeks to submit qualifications for review by a Public Art Selection Panel.
- Phase 2: Request for Proposals – Three successful applicants will enter into a design competition and will be awarded 4 weeks to submit a proposal for the project.
- Phase 3: Public Review and Voting – Design proposals will be circulated for public review and voting over 3 weeks. Feedback from the public will be used in the scoring process for the final selection panel evaluation of the proposals.
Total Awarded Budget: $250,000.00 (CAD Inclusive)
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) is a government organizations that aims to provide a balanced future with opportunity for all. The RMWB seeks to continually improve the quality of life within our communities by providing valued services.
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