The Town of Danville Village Theatre Art Gallery (VTAG) is accepting entries for its 9th annual juried exhibition, Into the Blue. Artists living in the United States over the age of 18 are encouraged to apply. Accepted media includes painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, and video-media. All artwork must come to the gallery ready to hang. Artist will pay for transportation and/or shipping of artwork. The gallery will only accept digital images of your artwork for the juror. No jewelry.
Deadline: 17 May 2019
A non-refundable entry fee of $35.00 is required for up to three images.
Juror: Leo Bersamina, Professional Artist and Professor of Art at Diablo Valley College
Invited artists: Erik Abel, Ellen Levine Dodd, Liana Steinmetz, and Clayton Thiel.
Into the Blue dates to remember
- May 31: Artist notifications of juror’s results via email
- June 21 and 24: Delivery of Artwork to Gallery
- June 28: Opening Reception (5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.)
- August 17: Exhibition Closes
- August 19: Pick-up of artwork
The gallery serves as the lobby for an historical theatre that has shows nearly every day of the week. The theatre has plays, a monthly comedy series, a monthly jazz series, and a bi-monthly movie series. The gallery is located in lovely downtown Danville, California. It is within walking distance to restaurants and shops.
When selecting artwork for exhibitions, the juror only sees the artwork and is not privy to any private artist information. As a community gallery VTAG is consistently seeking ways to promote and feature all members of their community. They show works that represent under-represented communities in the Bay Area.
About the Town of Danville
The Village Theatre Art Gallery is an historical landmark in the lovely and picturesque Town of Danville. It is in the sunny East Bay about 30 miles east of San Francisco. The gallery is owned by the Town of Danville. It hosts to 6-7 exhibitions per year. Each summer, the gallery hosts its annual juried exhibition with a new juror each year who is a working professional in the arts field. There is no admission to the gallery and the gallery enjoys a good amount of foot traffic on a daily basis.
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The Town of Danville’s Village Theatre and Art Gallery is seeking artists to submit their artwork for the 8th Annual Juried Exhibition, Mix It Up. Accepting artwork submissions in the form of sculpture, prints, photography, original paintings, and all mixed media.
Deadline: 1 May 2018
Richard (Ric) Ambrose, Mix It Up Juror, has extensive experience in art administration and strategic planning which includes fundraising, donor cultivation, marketing, facility operations, and program development to the Richmond Art Center. In more than twenty-eight years, Ric has managed or curated more than 200 exhibitions in art, science, and history in a variety of multimedia formats.
Chosen artists for Mix It Up will have their work displayed in The Village Theatre and Art Gallery. The gallery is nestled in downtown Danville, CA. The Village Theatre and Art Gallery is located in a bustling, lively town that receives abundant foot traffic.
An Opening Reception for the juried exhibition is scheduled for Friday, June 29, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Complimentary refreshments will be served. The exhibit will run through August 25, 2018. Artwork in the exhibition will be for sale.
About The Town of Danville’s Village Theatre and Art Gallery
The Village Theatre and Art Gallery is open to visitors Wednesday through Friday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Monday and Tuesday by appointment only. The Art Gallery is closed on Sundays. Admission is free and donations are appreciated.
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Richmond Art Center announces a call for artists for Pressing On – Contemporary Printmaking Juried Exhibition.
Deadline: 10 Apr 2017
The Richmond Art Center presents important and highly regarded exhibitions. This focus on current printmaking practices is a very timely issue. Pressing On offers the opportunity to see the most contemporary explorations in contemporary printmaking. In a time when things happen with the push of a button, the hands-on mixing of materials and process is still magical. Much work in immediate response to the political and social issues confronting us today is coming out of studios and seeking attention. Richmond Art Center invites the current trends in printmaking, private view, personal voice, and public position, as artists keep Pressing On.
Karin Breuer, juror, is Curator in Charge of the Achenbach Graphic Arts Foundation of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. In a career spanning decades, Karin Breuer has mounted exhibitions ranging from the scholarly depths of Japanese woodblock prints and their influence on Western art to the archives of local art presses. Other exhibitions include the flowering of California printmaking and the idiosyncratic, humor-infused screen prints of Ed Ruscha.
This is an opportunity to be exhibited in a select group. This places the artist’s work in a seriously considered context and venue. This promises to be an engaging and relevant exhibition. There are prizes to be awarded amounting to $1,000.
About the Richmond Art Center
The Richmond Art Center is the largest visual arts center in the East Bay. They deliver exciting arts experiences to young and old alike who reflect the diverse richness of the community. They do this through hands-on learning, well-equipped studios, traveling Art in the Community programs, and contemporary exhibitions in the galleries.
Every year, the Center serves thousands of students through classes and programs taught by professional artists. Programs are onsite and throughout Richmond. The four galleries allow them to mount rotating exhibitions that display the works of Bay Area artists. Artists such as Richard Diebenkorn, Jay DeFeo, Wanxin Zhang, Hung Liu, Ed Rossbach, and Peter Voulkos have been showcased at the Center.
The Richmond Art Center originated in 1936 when local artist Hazel Salmi, who worked for the WPA, traversed the streets of Richmond. She had a suitcase packed with art supplies and was eager to teach art to anyone interested. Today, everything the Center does continues to breathe life into Salmi’s original vision: that within every person lives an artist.
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Artists Image Resource (AIR) announces a call for artists for Printwork 2016, this national juried exhibition is a way to make the best of contemporary printmaking visible to a large audience in the Pittsburgh region.
Deadline: 16 Oct 2016
Special consideration will be given to socially and politically engaged print work because this is an election year.
Cash awards for Printwork 2016 will be decided and announced by the juror during the opening reception on December, 11 2016. AIR Director, Robert Beckman, and the AIR Board of Directors will choose one artist for an exhibition opportunity.
Artists Image Resource has been supporting engaging and challenging work through its on-going programming since 1996. It is an artist run, non-profit printmaking studio located in an urban neighborhood on the Northside of Pittsburgh, PA. The studio serves as a broad-based print and imaging resource whose purpose is to integrate the creation of fine art printwork with innovative educational programs that explore the creative process.
Artists Image Resource was created to serve professional artists in the Southwestern Pennsylvania region. Therefore, AIR has created numerous outreach activities and partnerships that serve the community and supports entrepreneurs and other makers with off-the-street access to print and imaging services and facilities. AIR now supports cultural work both in and outside of our region.
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The Janet Turner Print Museum is looking for print artists to show us what is current, important, and relevant in printmaking today for the 11th Turner National Print Competition.
Deadline: 31 Oct 2016
11th Turner National Print Competition prints may include unique and innovative combinations of media encompassing 2D, 3D, time-based work, installations, and other new technologies. The exhibition seeks work that expresses contemporary issues with a well developed aesthetic, shows printmaking’s current innovations, and is a reflection of its history.
- Exhibition in two sites: The Janet Turner Print Museum and the Jacki Headley University Art Gallery.
- Exhibition catalog will be published and all exhibiting artists will be displayed on the Turner Museum website.
- Up to $3,000.00 in cash and purchase prizes and top prize is a solo exhibition in the Turner Museum the following year.
The Janet Turner Print Museum fosters the continued artistry of contemporary printmaking, the innovations of 21st century artists, and a respect for the long history of printmaking as an art form.
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Deadline: 2 Oct 2016
All artists will benefit from exclusive offers not available to the customers, opportunities to Win Art Tools and Equipment or an Ipad with monthly competitions. You will receive exclusive access to the Founders and the ever increasing Global reach of EN1 via our Website and other Platforms.
We are based in London and dedicated to the Artists. We are not just another Platform to sell Art from that you will receive false promises and no individual advertising. We take the time to advertise everyones work and give you the exposure you deserve.
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uBe Art, in Berkeley, CA, is excited to invite artists of all medium to submit work that represents your unique point of view.
Deadline: 15 Oct 2015
uBe Art is opening their doors to artists worldwide. They are eager to learn what artists in all regions of the world are creating and share your perspective with the Bay Area.
Whether it is your physical surrounding, your culture, or your internal landscape, where you stand is profoundly unique. uBe Art wants to see how these diverse influences are reflected in art across the globe – from small towns to transient cities.
Located in a busy cluster of shops and restaurants and established open studio spaces. Unlike traditional galleries, uBe Art will take only 40% commission on sales. Top selling artists will have the opportunity to remain on exhibition thru the holiday season.
uBe Art has created an inviting space that keep clients returning that is engaging and welcoming – music streams, a cocktail is offered if the hour is right, our seating encourages people to hang out, and creative workshops entice even the timid to participate.
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Purdue Galleries presents the 18th North American Small Printmaking Exhibition from January 11 – February 20. Open to artists in the US, Canada, and Mexico.
Deadline: 2 Oct 2015
No image size larger than 60 square inches (height x width).
Juror: Kim Vito.
Entry fee: $25 for 3 digital images of original fine art prints.
Purchase awards and Awards of Merit totaling over $3000 will be presented at the discretion of the juror. We enjoy the benefit of community support that allows for the acquisition of individual works of art. Sales will be encouraged.
For over 30 years, Purdue University Galleries has been committed to providing a showcase for the best of small-scale contemporary printmaking. The Purdue University Galleries are committed to the practice of acquiring new works and building their collection of contemporary North American printmaking.
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