Rocky Neck Art Colony (RNAC) announces a call for artists for Yield: Depictions and Revelations, a juried exhibition. RNAC artist members are invited to submit exciting, traditional, and unusual works interpreting or exploring the theme, Yield. It is the RNAC’s intent to create a show which includes both two-and three-dimensional work including works in water media, oil, graphite, encaustic, mixed media, photography, prints, ceramics, sculpture, video, installations, and non-traditional media of all kinds.
Deadline: 29 Jun 2018
Exhibition dates: Aug 23 – Oct 14, 2018
Opening reception: Saturday, Aug 25, 4-6 PM
Ilana Manolson, Juror, is a nationally recognized artist based in Concord, Massachusetts. She is a printmaker and painter whose work is represented by Jason McCoy Gallery, NYC. Her work has been shown at the Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA, and is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Danforth Museum; and the De Cordova Museum. She is a former Distinguished Artist Teacher for the RNAC Goetemann Artist Residency on Rocky Neck.
Artists will have the opportunity to show and sell their work at the Rocky Neck Colony. Through the juried process, they may become a new member of the Colony. The exhibition will be shown in the historic Cultural Center Gallery at Rocky Neck.
About Rocky Neck Art Colony
The Rocky Neck Art Colony, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, nurtures excellence in the arts through exhibitions, workshops, residencies, and vibrant cultural events for its members and the public. Long renowned for its luminous light, this harbor and coastal location has been a magnet for some of the most revered realist painters in US art. Edward Hopper and Emil Gruppe are examples. It has been a catalyst for the progressive ideas of Stuart Davis, Marsden Hartley, Theresa Bernstein, Milton Avery, and Nell Blain. Today, Rocky Neck continues to attract artists and art lovers to a thriving, creative community.
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The Natick Center Cultural District (NCCD) is inviting artists to participate in the Electrical Box Paint Program. Transform local electrical boxes into visual and graphic delights that will provide an entertaining and stimulating experience to passersby. These stoic industrial essentials are scattered throughout Natick. The Electrical Box Paint Program plans to transform another location in the heart of the NCCD. The location and suggested theme is public safety – on Clarendon Street, on the side yard of the Police Station.
Deadline: 17 Apr 2018
Selected artists for the Electrical Box Paint Program will receive a $500 stipend, per location, and $100 to cover time and supplies. Chosen artist must be able to complete art on electrical box in town. Artists’ unique electrical box public art will reside on one of our electrical boxes in our cultural district. They will be featured at our events and be able to take part in other cultural district events in Natick center. Artists will have this opportunity to have their artwork on display for people to see everyday, rain or shine. They will be publicized on all the Cultural District social media sites, as well as be recognized by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and receive recognition from the Massachusetts State Representative in the area.
About The Natick Center Cultural District
The Natick Center Cultural District is the only cultural district in the metrowest area. The District works in partnership with the Town of Natick and committed NCA members to cultivate a lively and diverse downtown neighborhood. Together they enhance the cultural, economic, and social life of our community. NCA’s private-public partnership represents innovative cultural voices from merchants and property owners, to arts and cultural organizations, local artists, and concerned citizens. Together the District works to build capacity for cultural programming and creative spaces and fosters creative partnerships. This is pivotal to the continued renaissance of Natick Center.
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IMAGO Foundation For the Arts (IFA) announces a regional juried call for Emerging Artists 30 and Under. Imago Foundation for the Arts invites emerging artists from Southern New England to submit their artwork for an exhibition at the IMAGO Gallery in the summer of 2018. The selected work will be displayed with Imago member artists’ artwork in a group exhibit.
Deadline: 27 May 2018
This exhibit will demonstrate how the artwork of the selected artists enrich the lives and build connection to the community. Special emphasis on emerging in order to demonstrate the positive impact the arts can have in our lives and the lives of others.
Only hand delivery of selected artwork for this exhibit. Emerging Artists 30 And Under on view: July 26 – September 2, 2018. Artist reception July 27th at 6-8 pm.
About IMAGO Foundation
Imago Foundation for the Arts serves artists and the public through its visual arts programs, literary events, arts-related initiatives, and educational programs. The organization’s goal is to make the arts a visible and active part of our communities. Recently, the Foundation has presented a wide range of programming that has included six to eight art exhibits a year, juried and open community exhibits, presentations and discussions, and performances and educational programs.
Early in 2017, IFA established a book club focusing on books related to art topics and artist lives. IFA was honored to host the 2017 RISCA Fellowship exhibition in March of 2017. They hosted subsequently several public panel discussions on art topics such as abstract and figurative art and photography; a book signing by Rhode Island painter and sculptor John Udvardy; a poetry reading by Tina Cane, RI poet laureate; and a professional development workshop for artists. In September, 2017, IFA hosted its 11th annual open national juried exhibit, The Art of Protest, featuring thirty mixed media pieces by nineteen artists from across the country.
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IMAGO Foundation for the Arts (IFA) seeks artwork that address ideas regarding protest. Art of Protest is IFA’s 12th annual open juried exhibit.
Deadline: 3 Sept 2017
Style and materials can range from conventional to cutting-edge, limited only by the artist’s creativity. IFA is not accepting video art or time-based works for this juried exhibit. The entry fee is $50 for up to three (3) images. Each additional image is $10 per image. All entry fees are non-refundable and must be paid by the entry deadline. Acceptance is not guaranteed.
2017 Juror: Stephen Fisher
On view: November 2 – December 3, 2017
Artist Reception on November 3rd, 2017,6:00-8:00 pm
Art of Protest Artist Benefits
- Cash Awards, $1000 for Best in Show
- Acceptance to the exhibit allows artists to exhibit artwork that was created for protest in one way or another
- It is a juried exhibit not a vanity exhibit
- The juror is a respected and well known practicing artist
- Possible PR reviews in regional publications
- The reception is open and free to the viewing public
About IMAGO Foundation for the Arts
Imago Foundation for the Arts is a non profit organization, 501 (c) 3. The Foundation supports community involvement in a wide range of cultural activities related to the arts. IFA provides space for artists and those interested in the arts to gather, explore, and celebrate creativity.
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Salem Arts Association announces a call for artists for Uncommon Threads, an exhibition that redefines the use of fibers in art. This exhibit goes way beyond the quilting of old.
Deadline: 25 Jun 2017
In this exhibition, Salem Arts challenge artists to discover new inspirations using fibers, fabrics, textiles, and inventive weaving.
Fiber art refers to fine art material which consists of natural or synthetic fiber such as fabric, plastics, wire, thread, or yarn as well as other less likely components. It focuses on the use of materials and the artist’s skill and labor as part of the works’ significance. Priority of aesthetic is valued over utility. Salem Arts welcomes artistic interpretation of the theme from assemblages to installations, wall hangings, and wearable art.
Submission Fees: Salem Arts members fee is $5.00 per artwork. Non-members fee is $10.00 per submission. Artists may submit up to three artworks.
Uncommon Threads Artist Benefits
The Salem Arts Galleries are the newest and most diverse art exhibition space in Salem. The galleries and shop enjoy high exposure in the location in a landmark former church at The Bridge At 211 center.
Our guest judge is Michele Fandel Bonner, a renowned fiber artist. Bonner will select submissions for awards.
- 1st Prize: $100
- 2nd Prize: $75
- 3rd Prize: $50
- Plus Honorable Mentions
Participating artists will only pay 20% to 40% commissions on sales. Non-member artists are not required to volunteer. They are subject to a 40% sales commission. Member artist sales commission is 20%.
About Salem Arts Association
In 2017, Salem Arts Association found a new home at The Bridge at 211 in Salem, MA. This facility provides Salem Arts with excellent gallery exhibition space, a gallery shop, workshop area, event facilities as well as unprecedented exhibition and learning opportunities. The new home allows Salem Arts to take advantage of performance and event space available at The Bridge and better deliver their mission, “To bring art, in all its forms, to the community and bring the community, in all its diversity, to the arts in Salem, Massachusetts.”
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Cambridge Art Association announces a call for artists for their 2017 National Prize Show.
Deadline: 9 Feb 2017
Open to artists age 18 and older living and working in the USA, open to all media. All work will be juried from digital images submitted through Slideroom.
- Fees: $25 for Current CAA Members | $40 for Not-Yet Members
- Juried by Nick Capasso, Director Fitchburg Art Museum
- Exhibition Dates | May 18 – June 23, 2017
- Opening Reception | Thursday, May 18, 6-8pm at both gallery locations, awards presented at 7pm at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery.
- Artwork must have been created within the past five years
- Work must be original, no reproductions
- All work submitted must be available for exhibition dates
- Artwork that has been accepted into a CAA show within the past 2-years will not be considered
- Artwork must be gallery ready
- All wall mounted work must be wired for hanging (or note method of presentation upon Slideroom entry).
- Diptychs/triptychs are considered as a single work and must be entered as a single jpeg
- Total weight of any work must not exceed 50lbs
- Please contact CAA with questions regarding work over 72 inches on longest side
Accepted artists will be posted on the Cambridge Art Association website on March 3, 2017 after 5pm. No phone calls please. Delivery details will be shared with artists upon acceptance.
2017 National Prize Show awards:
- Best in show: $1,500
- First prize: $750
- Second prize: $500
- Three juror’s choice awards: $100 each
Since 1944, the Cambridge Art Association (CAA) has been committed to exhibiting and promoting the work of regional, New England artists. It is the mission of the CAA to build a vibrant community through visual art by connect individuals and facilitate dialogue among artists and art lovers. To accomplish this, CAA exhibits quality works of art and engages art enthusiasts and collectors. CAA provides educational opportunities to its members and others to enhance their skills as artists and promote the appreciation of visual art. Their focus is an already outstanding exhibition program and a goal to offer new venues to local artists.
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The Emmanuel College Art Department announces a call for artists for the Emmanuel College Artist Residency 2017.
Deadline: 1 Feb 2017
Emmanuel College Art Department offers an eight-week artists residency to four artists each summer. The residency supports a diverse group of artists, providing time and space for artists to develop their work.
We award a residency to one individual from each of four categories: ceramics, photography, printmaking, and social justice. We strive to foster a supportive environment to achieve creative and artistic excellence. The residency plays an important role in advancing the visual arts on the Emmanuel campus, providing an important educational program on contemporary art accessible to students, staff, and faculty. Residents should be willing to support and interact with each other, students, and faculty.
The residency defines Emmanuel College as a leader in the visual arts and brings greater visibility to that leadership role beyond the confines of the College.
Artists receive a $1000 stipend, housing for 8 weeks, and space and time to develop their work.
Emmanuel College is located in the heart of Boston, MA. Artists are able to enjoy the city, museums, and galleries.
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The Cultural Alliance of Medfield invites artists, designers, and creative and culinary entrepreneurs to apply for the Holiday Stroll 2016 event, part of the longstanding annual town wide carol sing and tree lighting.
Deadline: 19 Aug 2016
Applications will be juried. Approximately fifty artists will be invited to display and sell their work at one of three indoor locations. All locations are within a two block walk on the same street as the tree lighting and merchants serving hot chocolate outside. This is a well-attended family friendly event showcasing locally and regionally handmade goods.
The Cultural Alliance promotes, supports, and nurtures artists and cultural organizations in Medfield. We have successfully lobbied for, and achieved, an annual town appropriation to our state funding and are pursuing new cultural development at the former Medfield State Hospital (134 acres/35 buildings).
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