[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] Southern Tier Center for Emerging Artists (STCEA) announces a call for artists for an online art exhibition, Amethyst Remembrance: A Purple Show. Purple is a color that has long been associated with royalty, luxury, and creativity. Emily Dickinson was a fan of the “amethyst remembrance” and so is Southern Tier Center.
The color purple is a highly distinctive and adaptable shade that can evoke a sense of nostalgia and elegance and bring a sense of complexity and opulence to any work of art. Show how purple inspires you in this color-themed show. All subjects, styles, and mediums are welcome.
Enter by: 15 October 2023
Submit up to three entries for $30.
Have your work evaluated through a competitive juried show process that is welcoming to art students, new and emerging artists, and seasoned artists alike. Having your work displayed in an international juried show is a great way to boost your artistic presence, increase sales, and build your exhibition portfolio for future show opportunities, gallery representation, or entrance to MFA programs – or just for fun and personal growth. Direct viewers to your online shop, where you’ll keep 100% of the proceeds for any artwork sold through exposure from an STCEA exhibit.
A Best in Show (cash prize) and Awards of Distinction will be awarded to the works of highest artistic merit based on technical skill, creativity, innovation, and adherence to theme. An Artists’ Choice and People’s Choice award will be selected based on popular vote.
20% of exhibit proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association of Western NY during National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.
About Southern Tier Center for Emerging Artists
Southern Tier Center for Emerging Artists donates 20% of the proceeds from every exhibition to support non-profits doing good work in the communities they serve. STCEA is an affirming and accessible art space and creative community. They offer exhibitions, workshops, and individual creative coaching to help you build creative confidence as you cultivate, celebrate, and share your work. STCEA is located in the historic Chautauqua region within Western New York’s Southern Tier, a group of fourteen southwestern counties connected by a rich artistic and cultural heritage.
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The New York Center for Photographic Art (NYC4PA) announces a call for artists for Secondary Colors 2019. Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow. Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises. A garden of purple is always in bloom! NYC4PA Primary Colors calls for entry have been some of their favorite contests. Though red, yellow, and blue are, in fact, primary colors they are not the not the only important hues out there for the color photographer.
Deadline: 22 Sept 2019
Secondary colors: orange, green, and purple are as impactful and can be the foundation for equally compelling imagery. NYC4PA is looking for images in which one of these colors stands out as a critical element. It can be black and white with a single point of color; a green, orange, or purple monochrome; or any image where a secondary color stands out as a focal point. The possibilities in nature are endless with green leaves and lawns, orange bursts of autumn color and purple flowers, and magical purple hazes that can set off late afternoon scenes. Clothing, pumpkins, traffic lights, and automobiles, the list goes on and on.
Secondary Colors 2019 Artist Benefits
The total prizes for Secondary Colors 2019 is $3000. There is a grand prize, three first prizes, three second prizes, three third prizes, 15 juror’s selections, and 20 honorable mentions. Each of the first 25 winners have an opportunity to exhibit in a New York City gallery, the Jadite Gallery in Hell’s Kitchen. The exhibit runs for two weeks. In addition, all 45 winners are posted in a gallery on the New York Center for Photographic Art website and are included in an exhibition catalog. A professional photographer is the juror.
About The New York Center For Photographic Art
The New York Center for Photographic Art was conceived and developed by Patricia Gilman and Maddi Ring. It offers photographers from around the world opportunities to exhibit their work in New York. Maddi and Patricia are experienced photographers and exhibition producers who understand the value of showcasing artists work in galleries. They have marketed their own work, both together and individually, in a variety of venues. These exhibitions have been in New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Each has her own images in various venues, including private collections.
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