The Susquehanna Art Museum announces a call for artists for Inspired: Contemporary Responses to a Legacy of Courage, a juried exhibition in the Lobby Gallery and DeSoto Family Vault. June 28 – July 1, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the historic Stonewall uprising. The uprising, a series of violent demonstrations, was a spontaneous moment of courageous activism by members of the LGBTQ+ community against a police raid that took place at the Stonewall Inn in the Greenwich Village. The Stonewall Riots served as a catalyst for the LGBTQ+ rights movement in the United States and around the world. To recognize and commemorate this historic moment, Susquehanna Art Museum is partnering with the LGBT Center of Central PA and Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections to open the LGBTQ+ history project collection to artists and creators. The collection documents the stories and history of LGBTQ+ life and activism in Central PA.
Deadline: 4 Apr 2019
Susquehanna Art Museum’s 2019 juried exhibition provides an opportunity for artists to visit the collection at the Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections. Artists are tasked with creating original works of art inspired by the items in the collection. Works selected for this exhibition should provide a contemporary reflection on a pivotal moment in American LGBTQ+ history. Submissions may consider the history of the LGBTQ+ community, the continued search for equity and inclusion both nationally and globally, social justice for marginalized groups, or other expressions of creativity inspired by the collection. These works may include, but are not limited to: ceramics, mixed media sculpture, painting, drawing, performance, video, the written word, and graphic design.
Jurors: Barry Loveland, Chair of the LGBT Center of Central PA History Project and Lauren Nye, Director of Exhibitions, Susquehanna Art Museum.
Fees: Submissions to this year’s juried exhibition are free to commemorate the unique partnership of Central Pennsylvania organizations. Each artist may submit up to three pieces.
Prize: Viewer’s Choice – $250, voting takes place at the exhibition
About The Susquehanna Art Museum
Nestled within the Capital City’s emerging midtown neighborhood in a newly reclaimed building, the Susquehanna Art Museum (SAM) serves as a catalyst in the Commonwealth to offer superior educational programming and diverse exhibitions. As a non-collecting institution, SAM has the ability to create a rotating schedule of exhibitions through the year to address both historic and contemporary movements in art and art history. As the only dedicated art museum in the capital region, they believe that the emotional response to art has the ability to foster human connectedness. They are committed to engaging diverse audiences through exhibitions and experiences that promote understanding and social discourse.
For more information, contact LNye@SusquehannaArtMuseum.org.
Imagine is proud to announce its call for Artists In Residence 2019. Imagine is looking for artists and designers who can inspire their customers and community with amazing projects using Imagine and Tsukineko products.
Deadline: 18 Oct 2018
Imagine is looking for energetic artists to fill two different exciting roles for 2019:
Project/Tutorial Artists who create and provide up to three different projects or innovative techniques per month with complete instructions and photographs that will be featured online and in printed formats.
Video Project/Tutorial Artists who will submit two edited videos per month featuring a project and/or innovative technique which will be shared with our community.
Perks for Imaging Artist in Residence 2019
- Artwork will be featured on Imagine’s blog, social media, website, and print platforms
- Generous supply of Imagine and Tsukineko products with which to create your projects
- Involvement with product development and advanced access to new products before the public
- Supplies from Imagine’s preferred partners
- Links back to your blog or website connected to each blog post featuring your work
Imagine makes high-quality inks in a wide variety of colors, palettes, and multi-use forms to nurture their customer’s creative souls. They live to support creative work and love empowering artists. Imagine offers its own line of products as well as those of Tsukineko. This has resulted in an unequaled product line that includes inks in a huge variety of colors and tools that can be used on a variety of surfaces including paper, fabric, wood, metal, and glass. Products in the line-up include VersaMark, Memento, and StazOn inkpads and inkers as well as Memento Dual Tip Markers, Creative Medium, and Kaleidacolor sliding ink palettes.
A major part of Imagine’s commitment to their customers is to provide comprehensive, practical, and insightful information about their products, as well as providing inspiration through a wide variety of project ideas and skill-building techniques. As they learn the creative ways artists use their products, they get excited about future product development. They are committed to offering new inks, tools, and materials to give artists a no-limit approach to their work.
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Contemporary Art Gallery Online announces a call for artists for their international 2018 All Landscapes online art competition. To be held from April 23rd, 2018 to May 20th, 2018. Contemporary Art Gallery Online encourages entries from 2D and 3D artists.
Deadline: 20 May 2018
Entry Fee: $15 for up to three images and $25 for up to five images. Funds in US Dollars.
All work must belong to the person submitting the application. The art or a print of the original and must be available for sale. The artist must be at least 18 years old.
All Landscapes Artist Benefits
A group exhibition of all entrants will be held online at Contemporary Art Gallery Online from May 23rd, 2018 to June 22nd, 2018. This competition will be judged on painting/drawing, photography/digital art, and mixed media/3D art. Awards will be given for the top five to eight works selected. In addition to the winning images, Honorable Recognition awards will be presented. Winners will be announced on June 5th, 2018. Prizes include memberships to Contemporary Art Gallery Online and extensive marketing support.
About Contemporary Art Gallery Online
Contemporary Art Gallery Online is a collector’s number one source for all original contemporary art. CAGOnline is proud to showcase tomorrow’s art giants today. CAGOnline has created CAGO Media which has two purposes. First is to share art business ideas, and second to introduce artists to the buying public. CAGO Media accomplishes both of these initiatives by programming radio and TV shows.
The Business of Art Show airs bi-monthly, 15 to 20 minute episodes. Hosted by Sharon Belle Hawkshawe, each episode discusses everything pertaining to the Business of Art. The What is Art Show is a monthly 30 minute episode with hosts Michael Harris (art collector) and Sharon Hawkshawe (acclaimed artist), who discuss current art movements and art shows. The hosts are occasionally joined by museum curators, gallery owners, art critics, and art insiders. The third show is An Artist Speaks. These lively 30 minute episodes are in-depth interviews with artists discussing their art process, philosophy, and a candid look at their work. Every month, a video is produced showcasing the monthly art participants. Other videos highlight gallery artist and art styles.
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The Susquehanna Art Museum announces a call for artists for Identity Spectrum, a juried exhibition in the Lobby Gallery and Vault. Event to be held from Friday May 4 – Sunday August 5, 2018.
Deadline: 4 Apr 2018
Free entry for current Susquehanna Art Museum members, up to three pieces. Entry fee for non-members is $15 per artwork, up to three pieces.
As one of the fundamental aspects of personal identity, gender has been examined by artists throughout history. Society is experiencing the increased politicization of identity expression while contemporary boundaries and norms are constantly shifting. Works selected for this exhibition will provide unique perspectives on individual expression and the definition of gender, both visually and conceptually. These works may include, but are not limited to, ceramics, mixed media sculpture, painting, drawing, performance, video, and graphic design.
Identity Spectrum Juror
Dr. Christine Fillipone, Associate Professor of Art History in the Department of Art and Design at Millersville University, specializes in contemporary and 20th century art. She is Coordinator of The Women’s and Gender Studies program at Millersville University. Recipient of the 2017 SECAC Award for Excellence in Scholarly Research and Publication, her book Science, Technology, and Utopias: Women Artists and Cold War America (Routledge Press, 2017) examines feminist aesthetic approaches to science and technology.
Her research has been supported by a Mellon postdoctoral fellowship, an American Fellowship from the American Association of University Women (AAUW), and a Guggenheim Fellowship from the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Dr. Filippone has served as Executive Director of The Print Center in Philadelphia, an art gallery and store dedicated to contemporary printmaking and photography. She has worked in curatorial departments at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, International Center of Photography in New York, and the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
There are two prizes available for Identity Spectrum: Juror’s Choice for Best in Show, a $400 prize and Viewer’s Choice, a $250 prize. Artists who are accepted in the juried exhibition are encourage to develop a long-term relationship with the Museum’s curator, submit their work for future opportunities, and/or create an exhibition proposal for a solo or group exhibition in the future.
About the Susquehanna Art Museum
The Susquehanna Art Museum (SAM) is unique in a number of ways. Located in a historic bank building. With a large contemporary addition, it fuses early 20th century architecture with modern sleek galleries. One of the visitor’s favorite spaces is the converted bank vault which holds intimate solo and group exhibitions. As a non-collecting museum, the exhibitions in all four galleries change numerous times throughout the year. This provides members, visitors, and school tours the opportunity to visit multiple times each season for a new experience. SAM is the capitol city of Pennsylvania’s only dedicated art museum. It has a long history of exhibiting nationally and internationally recognized artists working in all media.
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The LUX Center for the Arts Residency in Lincoln, Nebraska is currently accepting applications. One position is available in metals, fibers, painting, drawing, or mixed media.
Deadline: 1 Jun 2017
The start date is August 1st. Residencies are normally one year with the possibility of renewal for a second year. Summer residences are also available.
LUX Center for the Arts Residency benefits:
- All residents receive free studio space, 24-hour access, and use of equipment in the studio area.
- Residents have priority for paid, on-site teaching opportunities including community art classes for youth and adults.
- Residents with an MFA or BFA in painting, ceramics, or metalsmithing have the opportunity to teach college art classes for Doane College-Lincoln campus. Classes are held at the LUX.
- All residents are offered general representation in the sales gallery for the duration of their residency.
- Residents who have a year or longer residency are offered an exhibition at the conclusion of their residency.
- Access to ceramics materials and firings at no cost.
- The opportunity to buy other materials from the LUX at cost.
About the LUX Center for the Arts
LUX Center for the Arts is a non-profit which brings art to the community. Their mission is to enhance the lives of a diverse public through art education. They provide learning opportunities in contemporary art and fine craft through hands-on art classes, residency programs, interactive exhibitions, historical displays, and community outreach.
LUX fills a gap in art education in schools, serves disadvantaged youth, and provides outreach to the community. Students of all ages and skill levels work in professional quality studios to learn about art by making it through guided experimentation and looking at it in the galleries. LUX follows national standards for art education. They provide tools and materials for creating paintings, weavings, photography, prints, and ceramics. They host a professional artist-in-residence program.
As a tool for teaching the public about art and as a source of revenue, LUX provides educational exhibitions in galleries that specialize in contemporary art and fine craft media (prints, photos, clay, glass, wood, fiber, and metal). The galleries and the historical displays provide a venue for tourism and economic development.
Gladys M. Lux donated the building for the Lux Center. She left her unique collections of 1,700 dolls, 500 prints, and antique paper weights. LUX gives the public insight into these objects, the collector, and their historical significance.
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The National Collage Society (NCS) is excited to announce the 20th Annual Postcard Show. All collages must be 4″ x 6″ in size. There is no jury for this exhibit.
Deadline: 20 Mar 2017
The 20th Annual Postcard Show is an invitational exhibition only open to 2017 members of the National Collage Society, Inc. Become a member by paying the yearly $35 membership fee. All international collage artists are welcome to enter this exhibit. All entries must be original and have not been previously shown in any NCS exhibition. Entry must be a collage as defined by any artwork created with another layer glued onto the surface. The Chaffey Community Museum of Art has a 35% sales commission. All submissions of Collage Postcards are to be mounted, not matted, and centered on an 8” x 10” white mat board horizontal or vertical.
20th Annual Postcard Show artist benefits
Artists will benefit from being a participating member of the National Collage Society. This will give each artist the opportunity to enter the juried exhibit in the fall. The main annual national exhibit in the Fall has become so large in scope that many artists cannot be accepted. The jury selects an average of 20% from the total entries. For this NCS members postcard exhibit, 100% are accepted. This exhibition does not count toward Signature Member status. One awards judge will select several artists for a cash award. Merit certificates will be created for honorable mentions. The awards judge and amounts have not been determined as of yet. In previous years, awards have averaged $50 each.
The goal of the National Collage Society is to foster the appreciation and interest in the recognized medium of collage. Collage has been identified and defined during the twentieth century. The NCS advances the stature of collage as a major art medium and assists in the public education through exhibits and workshops, lectures, and publications. NCS is supported by its members who pay $35.00 per year (a tax deductible donation to the art foundation, exempt under 501(c)3 classification with the I.R.S.). Memberships imply a dedication to our purpose as stated in the Articles of Incorporation.
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Transnational Queer Underground is looking for contributions from queer artists from around the world for a queer art exhibition.
Deadline: 31 Dec 2016
We want to challenge western, male dominated, and heteronormative ways of writing history by telling our own stories and showing our own views and experiences of the world.
#TheGalleryProject connects artists from all around the world and encourages transnational cooperations. Everybody can showcase their work online and make lasting connections there.
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Focus Point Shape International Online Art Gallery announces The Horse Juried Online Art Competition for the month of September 2016.
Deadline: 22 Sept 2016
2D artists are called upon to make online submissions for inclusion into the Gallery’s October 2016 online group exhibition.
“To ride a horse is to ride the sky.” ~Author Unknown
“Horses are creatures who worship the earth
as they gallop on feet of ivory.
Constrained by the wonder of dying and birth,
the horses still run, they are free.”
~John Denver and Joe Henry, “Eagles and Horses”
“The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse’s ears.” ~Arabian Proverb
If the Gypsy Vanner, Thoroughbred, Morgan, Arabian, Percheron, and others give you a reason to get up in the morning, then you are in good company.
This competition is for collage, watercolor, mixed media, oils, and acrylic media. A group exhibition of the top finalists will be held online at the Focus Point Shape Online Art Gallery during the month of October 2016.
Rewards for art competition winners:
- The Horse Juried Online Art Competition awards include Best of Show and the top two places in each media category. Honorable Mention and Special Merit awards will also be presented to worthy artists depending on the number and quality of the entries.
- Best of Show winner for The Horse Juried Online Art Competition will receive publicity in the form of 400+ press release announcements and additional promotion to alert the art buying public. First and second place winners will receive a publicity package of 200 announcements to the art buying public.
- Winners go into the online Winners Archive with links to your art site.
- Winners receive a personal critique of the artwork submitted as well as recommendations on appropriate niche markets.
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The Pence Gallery is a nonprofit that organizes a biannual exhibit, The Consilience of Art and Science, in conjunction with UC Davis Art/Science Fusion program.
Deadline: 13 Dec 2015
Does your art feature significant intersections with scientific ideas, theories, or fields? Open to all artists, regardless of residence, in all media.
Over $600 in cash awards and an opportunity for sales. Being part of the Consilience exhibit is a great opportunity to be seen by prominent art collectors, artists, and the public.
We are an independent, community based art gallery that offers artists opportunities for connecting w/the public in interesting and innovative ways.
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Tilt Gallery announces a call for artists for Photography Re-imagined V: The Artist’s Hand.
Deadline: 2 Nov 2015
All images must be one of a kind and must incorporate some element of photography. The photographs can be from any source, film, digital, scanned, alternative processes, and so forth, as long as they are your own, original images. They should also incorporate other methods of expression such as paint, transfers, collage, prints, graphite, and ink or any combination of different materials so that they exist in their finished form as a unique, one of a kind, handmade image. The exhibition is open to all subject matter.
Juror: Holly Roberts.
First and second place awards and honorable mentions will be granted. In addition to the Photography Re-Imagined juried exhibition, First and Second place winners’ will have work selected by Tilt Gallery to be included in our annual signature exhibition Who’s in the House at Tilt Gallery.
When you think of photo galleries, New York City, San Francisco or Los Angeles probably first come to mind. But if you ask about where are the top leading photographic image makers using historical techniques and alternative processes within the contemporary and traditional fields of photography you’ll hear about the Tilt Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The intimate gallery was one of the first to specialize in historic formats and alternative processes. Timing was perfect. Tilt filled a gap, and quickly became a focal point for an emerging new photographic community. The gallery quickly built a reputation, first regionally, but soon reaching national and international audiences.
One of Tilt’s signature events is the “Photography Re-Imagined” exhibitions that have been juried by internationally renowned photographers France Scully Osterman, Christopher James, Jill Enfield, and Anna Strickland. Tilt has built strong community collaborations connecting artists, schools and educational programs, galleries, museums, and collectors.
After several years, Tilt Gallery made the move from their bungalow in the Grand Avenue Arts District in Central Phoenix to the Arts District in Old Town Scottsdale. In their new location Tilt continues to offer individual artist exhibitions, juried and group shows, serving the art community.
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