Blue Mountain Gallery announces a call for artists for their 2017 Juried Exhibition.
Deadline: 17 Oct 2017
Eligibility: Submit two-dimensional media only, including painting, drawing, printmaking, pastel, and mixed media.
Fee: $35 for 1-3 works, $5 for additional works up to 6 entries
Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to have Priscilla Vail Caldwell as a juror for its fourth Juried Exhibition in 2017. She is an independent curator, advisor, writer, and former director at DC Moore Gallery.
The gallery will take no commission on any work sold.
Blue Mountain Gallery, founded in 1980, is located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art district. The gallery’s exhibitions are frequently reviewed in both the New York and national press. In addition to our invitationals, our annual juried shows are part of the gallery’s outreach to the artist community.
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The New York Center for Photographic Art announces a call for artists for Geometry.
Deadline: 8 May 2016
Photographic composition uses geometric concepts each time the artist determines where to place a focal point and how to fill the frame. Other elements that may catch the viewers eye are texture, color, and shape.
For this call, send your images with a geometric shape or shapes as an important compositional element. Two dimensional angles, arcs, circles, or triangles as well as three dimensional pyramids, spheres, cubes, and tetrahedrons are all fair game. They may be part of the image as photographed or applied through post processing techniques such as collage or digital manipulation.
Ten artists will receive cash prizes. An additional fifteen will be in the exhibition and an additional twenty will be on the website gallery and in the catalog.
The New York Center for Photographic Art promotes photography worldwide and encourages submissions to our calls. We keep the pricing competitive and offer exhibitions in a New York City gallery.
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Drawing upon both 5 Front’s history, ArtBridge is looking for an artist/a team of artists who are able to visually communicate the quirky, contemporary climate of Dumbo while paying homage to its history and situation as a Historic Landmark District.
Deadline: 11 Nov 2015
When drafting the proposal, artists must give special consideration to the colors and forms of the surrounding architecture and neighborhood. Dumbo is marked by the convergence of new and old; many of the original buildings that were built to be centers of industrial production remain, but were repurposed for residential occupation, artists studios and small businesses. 5 Front Street is no exception, as it was built in 1834–plans for the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge were discussed there. Its exterior has been largely unchanged, until now.
ArtBridge will provide an honorarium to the selected artist and all materials will be generously provided by Liquitex.
ArtBridge empowers emerging artists to transform urban spaces. New York City currently has a staggering 192 miles of street-level construction scaffolding. This ubiquitous construction eats away at the fabric of our neighborhoods. ArtBridge transforms this eyesore into a canvas for local, emerging artists. These exhibitions result in incredible exposure for artists, while artfully reinvigorating our urban landscape.
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