The Keller Public Arts Board is seeking six artists to paint or sculpt during the Keller Art Walk event. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. Artists will be expected to work in their booth space, viewable to the public, for the duration of the event, excluding reasonable breaks for lunch. Artwork created during the event must be appropriate for public viewing and support the family friendly atmosphere of the City of Keller, Texas. In addition to plein air artists, the event will feature a kid zone, live music, and vendors. Artists not selected as plein air artists by the Board may participate in the event with a regular paid vendor spot.
Deadline: 21 Jun 2020
The Keller Public Arts Board will host the fourth annual Keller Art Walk on November 14, 2020 in the city’s recently updated Old Town area. The Board is offering free booth space and a $150 stipend to six artists selected as the event’s plein air artists. The Keller Art Walk is an arts and music festival designed to give local artists an affordable opportunity to showcase their work while attracting people to experience Keller’s burgeoning arts and entertainment district.
Although the Keller Art Walk is open to vendors of all types, all vendor recruitment is directed at artists and the Board sincerely hopes the event can be of benefit to the participating artists. The Keller Art Walk is held in the Old Town Keller West area, located on the west side of U. S. Highway 377 near the city’s border with Fort Worth. The Keller Public Arts Board has sole discretion on booth location for each artist.
Keller Art Walk Plein Air Artists Honorarium
Each selected artist will receive a $150 honorarium on the day of the event. Selected artists will receive booth space, inclusive of a 10 x 10 canopy (optional), at no charge for displaying and selling additional work. Artists’ names and website/social media contacts will be posted on the event website, Facebook page, and on-site signage. Booth space includes set up and tear down.
About Keller Public Arts Board
The Board is committed to making Keller a community that embraces and benefits from the arts. The Old Town Keller area originally developed along the railroad tracks, which served as the impetus for the founding of Keller. Once the site of a bustling train depot, city leaders now aim to establish Old Town as a destination for pedestrian-oriented businesses offering a variety of shopping, dining, and other services.
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Cavan Arts announces a call for artists for their first annual Cavan and Millbrook Outdoor Painting Festival to be held October 1 and 2nd in the historic village of Millbrook and on the rolling hills of Cavan, ON.
Deadline: 2 Oct 2016
The artist registration fee is $25.
Awards ceremony on Oct. 2 and a Fresh Off The Easel Sale from 4 to 6 p.m. with free access for the public.
Chosen artists will benefit from $3000 worth of prizes donated by Galerie Q:
- $1500: First place
- $1000: Second place
- $500: Third place
Profits from the Outdoor Painting Festival will be donated to Community Care in Millbrook, ON.
Cavan Art Gallery and Academy is the only art school in Cavan and only one of the two art galleries in Cavan. Galerie Q is the other gallery.
Sponsors: Cavan Art Gallery, Galerie Q, BIA Millbrook, Millbrook Times, IPAP, and Ontario Plein Air Association.
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Driggs Plein Air seeks artists for Plein Air Event in Driggs, Idaho on the West side of the Tetons.
Deadline: 29 Jul 2015
Artists will contend for over $4000 in awards in various categories and events. Winner will receive a cash prize and an ad in Plein Air Magazine. Gallery open daily.
Downtown Driggs Idaho is a budding community that is popular for tourism of all types, particularly in the summer. Situated on the scenic Yellowstone-Teton Loop Driggs is a central location to wide range of beautiful mountain landscapes and winding rivers.
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Arrowhead Artists and Artisans League – This annual plein air painting competition is limited to no more than 35 participants. It starts on Wednesday October 24 and ends Friday October 26. Judging take place Saturday October 27th. There are cash prizes.
Deadline: 24 Oct 2015.
Participants paint outdoors within a 5 mile radius of the Town of Old Fort North Carolina. Work created during the event will hang for a month in our art gallery in Old Fort. Last year five of the entries were sold. We hold this competition to bring plein air painters to our area. Townspeople and visitors to the area enjoy watching the artists create original works of art in real time.
This year we will have several rooms available in artists’ homes for participants from outside the area. Registration opens on-line July 1st and closes when we reach 35 entrants.
We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving the arts in Western North Carolina and to educating the public about the arts and crafts of the region. There are many artists and artisans in our region. We provide them with affordable venues to show and sell their work, and to educate the public about it.
One way we accomplish our mission is through an art gallery, the Arrowhead Gallery and Studios, located in downtown Old Fort, North Carolina. It is one of the largest by size in Western North Carolina. We also hold shows in other venues and host a craft fair, called the Arts Mart, for member artisans, several times during the year.
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